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U.S. Justice Department keeps Manafort in federal custody, citing health, personal safety

Reuters Tuesday, 18 June 2019
The U.S. Justice Department has decided to keep convicted felon Paul Manafort in federal custody, it said on Tuesday, citing concerns about the "health and personal safety" of President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman if he was transferred to a local facility in New York.
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Reuters reports a U.S. Justice Department official said on Tuesday that convicted felon Paul Manafort will remain in federal custody due to “health and personal safety” concerns that would be present if he were to be transferred to a local facility in New York. Manafort is currently serving a...

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