Two plead guilty in theft, sale of Biden daughter Ashley's diary
By Luc Cohen and Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK - Two Florida residents pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges stemming from the theft and sale to conservative activist group Project Veritas of a diary that court papers have shown belonged to U.S. President Joe Biden's daughter Ashley. Aimee Harris, 40, and Robert Kurlander, 58, entered their pleas before a magistrate judge in Manhattan
Two Plead Guilty To Stealing, Selling Joe Biden Daughter's Diary
Two people pleaded guilty Thursday to stealing and selling for $40,000 the private diary of President Joe Biden's daughter Ashley Biden, when he was running for office against Donald Trump in 2020.
2 plead guilty in scheme to sell Biden's daughter's diary
NEW YORK (AP) — Two Florida residents have pleaded guilty in a scheme to peddle a diary and other items stolen from President Joe Biden’s daughter to the conservative group Project Veritas for $40,000, prosecutors said Thursday.
Pair pleads guilty to stealing Ashley Biden's diary, selling it to Project Veritas
Two Florida residents pleaded guilty to stealing the diary of Ashley Biden, President Joe Biden's daughter, and selling it to right-wing activist group Project Veritas.