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Another Plea In The D.C. Tax Scandal

A chapter in the the ugliest scandal in D.C. history is coming to a close. At time when the economy is tanking, the theft of public money hurts even more.

By Henri E. Cauvin
Washington Post Staff Writer
GREENBELT, Md. — The last defendant facing trial in the D.C. tax case pleaded guilty today to mail fraud and  three felony charges, bringing another chapter in the scandal to a close
Jayrece Turbull, who as a key figure in the embezzlement of nearly $50 million from the D.C. Treasury, and who is the niece of the scheme’s admitted mastermind, could face decades in prison when she is sentenced Feb. 4.
Appearing this afternoon before Judge Alexander Williams Jr. at the federal courthouse in Greenbelt, Turnbull, 34, answered the judge’s questions in a firm, clear voice and listened as prosecutors outlined her role in the long-running fraud. She offered no explanations or apologies during the hearing.

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