With the Paul Manafort trial expected to commence later this month, it was only a matter of time before additional details of his alleged crimes would eventually emerge. This morning we got some of those details by way of an itemized list of approximately 500 pieces of evidence that prosecutors are considering for trial.
While this list, which includes everything from photographs to memos to bank records and receipts, is quite comprehensive, the Mueller team has not ruled out adding additional items to this list. “The government further respectfully requests leave of the Court to file additional exhibits if necessary,” reads the court document.
The entire list provided by Mueller can be seen below:
Interesting to note, there are hundreds email chains, from 2016-2017 alone, in the evidence list. Manafort’s current trial date is scheduled to start on July 25. If found guilty of alleged crimes, ranging from money launder to bank fraud, he may be looking at spending the rest of his life in prison.