• Kwame Kilpatrick Verdict Is In! [LIVE VIDEO COVERAGE]

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    Kwame Kilpatrick Verdict Is In! Thanks to our partners at WXYZ we have learned the jury has reached a unanimous decision after 15 days of deliberations on 40 out of 45 counts. Kwame was found guilty on 24 counts, 3 not guilty and 3 no verdict. Read full verdict below.

    WATCH LIVE: 7 ACTION NEWS COVERAGE OF VERDICT IN KILPATRICK CASE

    The breakdown: The U.S. vs. Kwame Malik Kilpatrick

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    THE VERDICT via WXYZ:

    10:33
    The verdict form is being presented to the judge.
    10:35
    Judge Nancy Edmunds is thanking everyone involved with the case. She is also thanking the jury for their efforts. “These jurors did an extraordinary job.”
    10:37
    The judge says that some jurors may come forward to talk to the media after the verdict is read.
    10:38
    COUNT ONE: RACKETEERING (If found guilty of count one, the defendants could face up to 20 years in prison)
    10:38
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:38
    Defendant Bobby W. Ferguson VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:38
    Defendant Bernard N. Kilpatrick VERDICT: HUNG JURY
    10:38
    COUNT TWO: EXTORTION – SEWER LINING CONTRACT (CS1368) (If found guilty of count two, the defendants could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:38
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:38
    Defendant Bobby W. FergusonVERDICT: GUILTY
    10:39
    COUNT THREE: EXTORTION – AMENDMENT TO SEWER LINING CONTRACT (CS 1368)(If found guilty of count three, the defendants could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:39
    Defendant Kwame M. KilpatrickVERDICT: GUILTY
    10:39
    Defendant Bobby W. FergusonVERDICT: GUILTY
    10:39
    COUNT FOUR: EXTORTION – BABY CREEK/PATTON PARK (PC 748)(If found guilty of count four, the defendants could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:39
    Defendant Kwame M. KilpatrickVERDICT: GUILTY
    10:39
    Defendant Bobby W. FergusonVERDICT: GUILTY
    10:39
    COUNT FIVE: ATTEMPTED EXTORTION – OAKWOOD PUMP STATION (PC 755)(If found guilty of count five, the defendants could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:40
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:40
    Defendant Bobby W. Ferguson VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:40
    COUNT SIX: NONEXISTENT
    10:40
    COUNT SEVEN: EXTORTION – OUTFALLS CONTRACT (DWS 849) (If found guilty of count seven, the defendants could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:40
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: HUNG JURY
    10:40
    Defendant Bobby W. Ferguson VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:40
    COUNT EIGHT: EXTORTION – ASBESTOS ABATEMENT (If found guilty of count eight, the defendants could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:40
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: HUNG JURY
    10:40
    Defendant Bobby W. Ferguson VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:41
    COUNT NINE: EXTORTION – REPAIR OF EASTSIDE WATER MAINS (CM 2014) (If found guilty of count nine, the defendants could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:41
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:41
    Defendant Bobby W. Ferguson VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:41
    COUNT TEN: EXTORTION – EASTSIDE SEWER REPAIR (DWS 865) (If found guilty of count ten, the defendants could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:41
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: NOT GUILTY
    10:41
    Defendant Bobby W. Ferguson VERDICT: NOT GUILTY
    10:41
    COUNT 11-14: NONEXISTENT
    10:41
    COUNT FIFTEEN: ATTEMPTED EXTORTION – SLUDGE CONTRACT (If found guilty of count fifteen, the defendant could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:41
    Defendant Bernard N. Kilpatrick VERDICT: NOT GUILTY
    10:42
    COUNT SIXTEEN: BRIBERY – $90,000 BRIBE (If found guilty of count sixteen the defendant could face up to 10 years in prison.)
    10:42
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: HUNG JURY
    10:42
    COUNT SEVENTEEN: BRIBERY – $75,000 BRIBE (If found guilty of count seventeen the defendants could face up to 10 years in prison.)
    10:42
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:42
    Defendant Bobby W. Ferguson VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:42
    COUNT EIGHTEEN: MAIL FRAUD-6/22/06 Kilpatrick Civic Fund donor check $10k via FedEx (If found guilty of count eighteen the defendant could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:42
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:42
    COUNT NINETEEN: MAIL FRAUD -Feb 13, 2007 letter explaining Kilpatrick Civic Fund sent via mail (If found guilty of count nineteen the defendant could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:42
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:42
    COUNT TWENTY: MAIL FRAUD -9/26/07 donor check $5,000 via mail (If found guilty of count twenty, the defendant could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:42
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:42
    COUNT TWENTY-ONE: MAIL FRAUD -4/3/08 Kilpatrick Civic Fund check $4500 Super Camp via FedEx (If found guilty of count twenty-one, the defendant could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:42
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:42
    COUNT TWENTY-TWO: MAIL FRAUD -5/23/08 letter solicitation sent via mail (If found guilty of count twenty-two, the defendant could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:43
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:43
    COUNT TWENTY-THREE: MAIL FRAUD-6/4/08 Kilpatrick Civic Fund check $2640 to Super Camp via FedEx (If found guilty of count twenty-three, the defendant could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:43
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:43
    COUNT TWENTY-FOUR: MAIL FRAUD -6/4/08 donor check for $10,000 to Kilpatrick Civic Fund sent via FedEx (If found guilty of count twenty-four, the defendant could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:43
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:43
    COUNT TWENTY-FIVE: MAIL FRAUD-6/25/08 donor check $1,000 to Kilpatrick Civic Fund sent via mail (If found guilty of count twenty-five, the defendant could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:43
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:43
    COUNT TWENTY-SIX: MAIL FRAUD-6/30/08 donor check for $4,000 to Kilpatrick Civic Fund sent via FedEx (If found guilty of count twenty-six, the defendant could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:43
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:43
    COUNT TWENTY-SEVEN: MAIL FRAUD-7/23/08 letter explaining Kilpatrick Civic Fund sent to donor via mail (If found guilty of count twenty-seven, the defendant could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:43
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: NOT GUILTY
    10:43
    COUNT TWENTY-EIGHT: WIRE FRAUD -8/24/07 donation solicitation letter sent via fax (If found guilty of count twenty-eight, the defendant could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:43
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:43
    COUNT TWENTY-NINE: WIRE FRAUD-4/3/08 letter explaining Kilpatrick Civic Fund sent to donor via fax (If found guilty of count twenty-nine, the defendant could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:43
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: NOT GUILTY
    10:43
    COUNT THIRTY: WIRE FRAUD-6/20/08 letter soliciting donation sent via fax (If found guilty of count thirty, the defendant could face up to 20 years in prison.)
    10:44
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:44
    COUNT THIRTY-ONE: SUBSCRIBING FALSE TAX RETURN-failed to disclose additional income: cash, private jet flights, and personal expenses paid by Kilpatrick Civic Fund, amounting to at least $67,181 (he stated income of $188,227) (If found guilty of count thirty-one, the defendant could face up to 3 years in prison.)
    10:44
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:44
    COUNT THIRTY-TWO: SUBSCRIBING FALSE TAX RETURN-failed to disclose additional income: cash, private jet flights amounting to at least $74,925 (stated his income was only $167,940) (If found guilty of count thirty-two, the defendant could face up to 3 years in prison.)
    10:45
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:45
    COUNT THIRTY-THREE: SUBSCRIBING FALSE TAX RETURN-failed to disclose additional income: cash, private jet flights amounting to at least $11,279 (stated income was $156,329) (If found guilty of count thirty-three, the defendant could face up to 3 years in prison.)
    10:45
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:45
    COUNT THIRTY-FOUR: SUBSCRIBING FALSE TAX RETURN-failed to disclose additional income in the form of cash, private jet flights and personal expenses paid by Kilpatrick Civic Fund amounting to at least $122,997 (stated income was only $153,024) (If found guilty of count thirty-four, the defendant could face up to 3 years in prison.)
    10:45
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:45
    COUNT THIRTY-FIVE: SUBSCRIBING FALSE TAX RETURN-failed to disclose additional income in the form of cash, private jet flights, and personal expenses paid by Kilpatrick Civic Fund amounting to at least $194,569 (stated income only 167,005) (If found guilty of count thirty-five, the defendant could face up to 3 years in prison.)
    10:45
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:45
    COUNTY THIRTY-SIX: INCOME TAX EVASION (If found guilty of count thirty-six, the defendant could face up to 5 years in prison.)
    10:45
    Defendant Kwame M. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:45
    COUNT THIRTY-SEVEN: SUBSCRIBING FALSE TAX RETURN-failed to disclose additional income of at least $35,632 (stated income only $336,625) (If found guilty of count thirty-seven, the defendant could face up to 3 years in prison.)
    10:46
    Defendant Bernard N. Kilpatrick VERDICT: NOT GUILTY
    10:46
    COUNT THIRTY-EIGHT: SUBSCRIBING FALSE TAX RETURN-failed to disclose income of at least $150,329 (stated income only $220,259) (If found guilty of count thirty-eight, the defendant could face up to 3 years in prison.)
    10:46
    Defendant Bernard N. Kilpatrick VERDICT: GUILTY
    10:47
    The judge forgot to read Count 16 in relation to defendant Bobby Ferguson.
    10:48
    The jury was not able to reach a consensus for Count 16 in relation to defendant Bobby Ferguson.
    10:50
    Defendant Kwame Kilpatrick is sitting with his hands folded in front of his face. The judge is addressing everyone, thanking them for their efforts.

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