Federal Prosecutors Agree to Drop Charges Against Rep. Schock

A deferred prosecution agreement says that charges (including tax fraud, wire fraud, and theft of funds based on misappropriation of Congressional and campaign funds for personal use) will be dropped against Rep. Aaron Schock if he repays $68,000 and pays his taxes. 

Repentance in 2019:

“I do feel like I’ve been wronged in this process by a prosecutor who saw me as his ticket to stardom and who was allowed to go unchecked for many years at great expense to me personally, my family and friends, and, yes, the taxpayers,” Schock said. “I think it’s unfortunate that he has not been held to account, and I think the question it begs is how did this go on for so long?”


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