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Miles Guo Has Trial Date Now Exhibit Protocol After Wang Pleads Guilty in SDNY

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 7 – After a circus-like civil case involving Guo Wengui in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, which Inner City Press closely covered, here, March 15, 2023 saw the unsealing of a twelve-count Indictment charging

HO WAN KWOK, a/k/a “Miles Guo,” a/k/a “Miles Kwok,” a/k/a “Guo Wengui,” a/k/a “Brother Seven,” a/k/a “The Principal,” and KIN MING JE, a/k/a “William Je,” with various wire fraud, securities fraud, bank fraud, and money laundering charges. "

Not mentioned was another, related arrest on March 15, of Guo's chief of staff Yangping Wang, aka Yvette Wang. Inner City Press, lone media in the Magistrates Court, live tweeted her presentment.

Jump cut to January 9, 2024 when Guo and Wang were arraigned on the superseding indictment. It was done on no notice; none of his supporters were there. Inner City Press was, and live tweeted, threadette here

Jump cut again to May 2, 2024 - Yvette Wang to plead guilty on May 3: "ORDER as to Yvette Wang: The Court shall hold a change-of-plea hearing for Defendant, Yvette Wang, on May 3, 2024, at 9:30 a.m.(Signed by Judge Analisa Torres on 5/2/2024)." Order on Patreon here

And, as Inner City Press first reported, it happened: "WANG, 45, of New York, New York, pled guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, which together carry a maximum term of 10 years in prison.  As part of her guilty plea, WANG agreed to pay restitution of $1,400,000,000 and to forfeit $1,400,000,000 to the United States."

On May 7 Judge Torres entered an order about exhibits - how many will the public get to see? - starting: "
Due to the number of proposed exhibits and to ensure the security of the judiciary’s computer systems, the parties shall use the following protocol to provide their exhibits and 3500 materials to the Court: 1. By May 20, 2024, the parties shall jointly provide the Court an external hard drive containing their exhibits, the 3500 material, and each party’s exhibit list. a. The parties shall specify which, if any, of the exhibits are sealed... To replace any exhibits after May 20, 2024, the parties shall email the exhibitsa. Exhibit replacement emails must contain the following subject line: “23cr118 – [Party name] – EXHIBIT REPLACEMENT[S]” b. Each party shall send only one exhibit

More courtroom detail on Substack here


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