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Tuesday, July 5, 2016

UNDER SEAL: U. S. Government Files Petition To Order Tax Documents, Prosecution Memorandum In Steven Ingersoll Case Be Kept Out Of The Public Eye Prior To Resumption Of Sentencing Hearing

BREAKING NEWS! 

According to a petition filed this afternoon in the Steven Ingersoll case, the government requested an order from U. S. District Judge Thomas L. Ludington authorizing federal prosecutors to file a "consolidated set of documents relating to the intended tax loss calculations and a memorandum summarizing the government’s position" under seal.




Ingersoll's ongoing sentencing hearing is scheduled to resume next Monday, July 11, 2016.

Today's petition asked Ludington to order the documents be filed under seal because "the documents and memorandum contain tax information", which the government presumably doesn't want made publicly available on this blog.

Just sayin'. 

UPDATE: July 8, 2016 1:37pm--Ludington grants prosecution request, directs government to file consolidated documents/memorandum under seal.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you, as always, Miss Fortune, for keeping us up to date as to what is going on. If the documents weren't under seal, we could very likely be sure that they wouldn't be covered by local and /or Traverse City area media. But, we are grateful that there have been some articles on the GTA, etc. in the Grand Traverse Bay area....and of course YOU are so many people's source of information locally...made you soon be financially and otherwise rewarded for all your efforts!

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