Is This Real-Life Trump Warning? Four Plead ‘No Contest’ In Skid Row Voter Fraud Case | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Is This Real-Life Trump Warning? Four Plead ‘No Contest’ In Skid Row Voter Fraud Case

As President Trump fans a controversy about alleged voter fraud from mailed-in ballots, four people indicted last year in connection with a scheme in which homeless people on Skid Row were allegedly offered money and cigarettes in exchange for false and forged signatures on ballot petitions and voter registration forms have pleaded no contest, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday.

Richard Howard, 64, and Louis Thomas Wise, 37, pleaded no contest Friday to one felony count each of subscribing a fictitious name or the name of another to an initiative petition and registration of a fictitious person, according to the District Attorney’s Office.

Howard was immediately sentenced to three years of probation and a suspended three-year state prison sentence that may be imposed if he violates his probation, while Wise was sentenced to three years probation and a suspended 16-month state prison sentence.

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