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Igor Fruman, an ex-Giuliani associate, gets one year in prison in campaign finance case


By Kara Scannell

Igor Fruman, one of Rudy Giuliani’s former associates, was sentenced to one year and one day in prison on Friday for his role in a scheme to funnel Russian money into US elections.

US District Judge Paul Oetken said it was a “serious offense” and punishment was necessary.

“Our democracy is fragile and it depends on people believing in it,” Oetken said.

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