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Thursday, August 30, 2018

LET ME OUT! David Damante Already Looking To Get Sprung From His 14-Month Prison Stretch; Files Notice Alerting 9th Circuit Court Of Appeals (Bet They Can't Wait To Read His Complaint!)


“Please don't give this story anymore light. Who knows, for all we know, he might be going into witness protection. Very strong possibility.” 
Taryn Burns
July 5, 2018 email

On August 20, 2018, David Damante sentenced to 14 months in federal prison for violating the terms of his supervised release a 2014 federal felony conviction.

Beginning in August 2017, convicted felon David Damante bilked several people out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, including using his purported ownership of two Jean-Michel Basquiat paintings to fraudulently obtain nearly $500,000 from three victims between March and June of this year. 

Arrested on June 22, 2018 for violating the terms of his supervised release, Damante was found to have violated those terms during an August 10, 2018 hearing in front of U. S. District Court Judge Andrew P. Gordon.

In case you thought his return to prison was as familiar as a high school reunion, think again: Damante wants out and his public defender filed a formal notice of appeal yesterday in U. S. District Court in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Yeah, get ready for Season 2 of “Fakes, Forgeries & Fugazi”.

More news as it develops.

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