Reid's former fundraiser takes stand in Whittemore trial

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Updated: 5/20/2013 5:57 pm
RENO, Nev. (KRNV & -- The man in charge of raising money for Senator Harry Reid's re-election campaign took the stand today in the Harvey Whittemore trial.

Whittemore is charged with illegally funneling money into Reid's campaign by writing checks to friends, family and employees and then getting them to donate the maximum amount.

Today on the stand, David Perry, Reid's former fundraiser testified that 32 people donated the maximum amount of $4,600 in 2007. Perry said all of those contributions were "attributed" to Harvey Whittemore in campaign documents.

The trial is now in its second week in federal court.
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westerntec - 5/21/2013 9:45 AM
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yea the whole democratic agenda with the illegals has come to light starting with the Mexican governor chomping at the bit to legalize drivers licenses , which harry an his Coe harts us to collect voter fraud , its got to stop , Nevada is suffering badly under the liberal agenda ,the illegals need to run out of the state and all education and birth right and social service stopped

Nevadadad - 5/20/2013 6:45 PM
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Now there's a surprise. The Reid campaign taking illegal contributions? What a shocker! Then when caught with their fingers in the cookie jar, they're going to send Harry's good friend Whittemore down the river by claiming, "Oh my... I had no idea he was doing that!" What a joke.

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