Lev Parnas plans on "producing the materials seized from him by the Government, to Congressional Investigators" and "assisting the Impeachment Inquiry to the fullest extent required," his counsel wrote in a footnote of a new bail memo. @CourthouseNews
The 8-page memo submitted by Parnas' counsel Joseph Bondy is taking some time to upload.
I'll share the document once it does.
Parnas claims that he didn't mislead the government about his finances because he "was first interviewed regarding his finances while jailed, without the benefit of any records or the ability to do more than estimate his assets and income derived from self-employment."
Parnas' attorney continues that his client "made statements to the best of his ability under those circumstances, and was not asked about his wife’s accounts or assets."
DocumentCloud is having a hard time uploading the file, and so I won’t be sharing it here.
But it is available on the Pacer.
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