Two college students are facing a district jail term to try to slash the President’s tax returns, according to a report by Cyber Website. Andrew Harris, 24, and Justin Hiemstra, 22, attempted to bring in the president of financial records through the Free Application for Personal Assistance (FAFSA). The two men have pleaded guilty to two felony counts of computer fraud and harassment, including two years after the barrages.
In 2016, when Trump was standing for office, he was reluctant to issue his tax returns like most presidential candidates. Tax returns have been widely accepted by the taxpayer over the past few years, and the purpose of really report that The New York Times and other publications.
At the same time, Harris, a student at Haverford College in Pennsylvania, knew he could access the fee by filling out a false FAFSA application for the applicant. The FAFSA application uses tax information to calculate student loan payments – you can import files from the IRS if you have a social security number and other known additional information Harris knew Trump’s social security debt, so it has changed.
Harris went to Hiemstra and suggested a plan to get Trump’s tax return, to leak to the media. On November 2, 2016, they entered the computer lab at the university and tried to create a FAFSA from an account for a member of the Trump family. Once they know they’re on it, they reset the password by answering security questions (reader, by Google themselves). So, they tried to use the community credit for tax from their local taxes Unsuccessful.
“This isn’t a Russian bridge operation, there are two knuckleheads in the colony,” said “Harris” lawyer William J. Brennan. The label. «[Harris] wants no ill will towards the president and his family and he apologizes for the inconvenience caused by the Growing of the family. Asked if he agrees with the classification that Harris is the “brain” behind this action, Brennan laughs. “That’s like a little bit smaller than a circus.”
Harris’ sentencing date is set for Dec. 16. Your attorneys are considering asking for a lighter sentence because this is your first offense.