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Woman Who Misled Authorities About Husband on the Lam Gets 1 Year Probation But Felony

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, April 23 – Gohar Ilangyozyan pled guilty to misleading the FBI about the whereabouts of her then on the lam then husband, a Federal crime.       

            On April 22, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Andrew L. Carter held his sentencing. Inner City Press covered it.

  The then husband was fleeing racketeering charges. Gohar Ilangyozyan's misdirection cost the authorities time. She said she knew it was wrong; her lawyer said she lives in California and graduated from a medical college.  

Judge Marrero sentenced her one year probation.

The case is US v. Ilangyozyan, 20-cr-652 (Marrero)  


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