Sam Patten Sentencing Date Set for April 12 in Washington
(Bloomberg) -- Sam Patten, who pleaded guilty to failing to register in the U.S. as a Ukrainian agent, will be sentenced on April 12, according to U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson.
Patten is also accused of helping a pro-Russian Ukrainian oligarch gain access to Donald Trump’s inauguration. He had agreed to cooperate with U.S. prosecutors.
Patten has worked with Trump’s former campaign Chairman Paul Manafort and on Ukrainian campaigns, as well as in countries including Russia, Georgia, Iraq and Kazakhstan. He served in the U.S. State Department under George W. Bush, and reportedly worked on microtargeting operations with Cambridge Analytica.
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