The woman who stole the diary of Biden was sentenced to a month in jail

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A Florida woman was sentenced to one month in prison and three years of probation for selling the diary of President Joe Biden’s daughter to Project Veritas in 2020.
Aimee Harris was sentenced in a Manhattan courtroom Tuesday to one month in prison and three years’ supervised release, according to Nicholas Biase, a spokesperson for the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York.
Harris, 41, pleaded guilty to stealing Ashley Biden’s belongings in 2020 after she moved into a Delray Beach, Florida, home where the daughter of the now-president had recently lived and temporarily stored some personal belongings.
Days after the fundraiser, Harris and Kurlander sent photos of some of Biden’s belongings to Project Veritas.
The organization paid for airfare, hotel and a car service for the pair to transport the property from Florida to New York City, according to court documents.
Harris took more of Biden’s belongings from the house after their New York meeting at the request of Project Veritas, the court documents said.
A Project Veritas employee then flew down to Florida to get the additional items and shipped them back to New York.
In August 2022, Harris “accepted responsibility for what happened and she’s looking forward to moving on with her life,” her attorney Sanford Talkin told CNN.

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For selling President Joe Biden’s daughter’s diary to Project Veritas in 2020, a Florida woman received a sentence of one month in jail and three years of probation.

According to Nicholas Biase, a spokesman for the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, Aimee Harris was sentenced to one month in prison and three years of supervised release in a Manhattan courtroom on Tuesday.

The daughter of the current president had recently moved into a Delray Beach, Florida, home where Harris, 41, temporarily stored some personal belongings. In 2020, Harris entered a guilty plea to stealing Ashley Biden’s belongings.

At a Donald Trump fundraiser on September 6, 2020, Harris asked Robert Kurlander for assistance in selling Biden’s valuables to the highest bidder in the hopes of setting up a sale to the then-president’s campaign, CNN previously reported.

Photographs of some of Biden’s possessions were sent to Project Veritas by Harris and Kurlander a few days following the fundraiser. The organization, according to court documents, covered the cost of the pair’s transportation from Florida to New York City, including airfare, lodging, and a car service.

Following their meeting in New York, Harris removed additional items from Biden’s residence at Project Veritas’ request, according to court records. After that, a Project Veritas worker took a plane to Florida to retrieve the extra items, which were subsequently returned to New York.

Harris “accepted responsibility for what happened and she’s looking forward to moving on with her life,” according to CNN, which was reported by her attorney Sanford Talkin in August 2022.

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