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Michael Williams has been arrested after he lied about crypto-money mining

US Senator Crypto Money Lied for His Bed US senator Michael Williams has been arrested after he lied about crypto-money mining.

Georgian Senator Michael Williams surrendered to the police after he was accused of lying about a case of “crypto money” a year ago.
Williams was one of the drafters of the senate bill 464. The draft law included the adoption of crypto coins in tax payments. Following an investigation into Williams, Williams was accused of lying on his campaign office in Gainesville, a stealing of computer servers used to dig crypts.

At that time, Williams’s campaign manager claimed that the thieves were missing with $ 300,000 worth of computer equipment. Williams was running the campaign-related business in another part of the building, and it was said that he used servers for LPW Investments. Ultimately, Williams was charged with lying to the police and investigators, and a false statement of circumstance.

After bail before christmas after imprisonment
Senator Michael Williams surrendered on December 26th, but the Gainesville Times reported that he was released on bail at 10 grand on the same day.

No statement was made by Williams about the charges against him, while Williams’ lawyer AJ Richman continued to defend his client with these words:

Mr. Williams didn’t do what he said. The evidence has not yet been delivered to us. I am convinced that they will announce it soon, even if they haven’t. But at this stage, we do not know what will happen if it is said that he did other things than those mentioned in the indictment.

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