Pro-Hillary superPAC aimed at recruiting college students accused of swindling money from others

Pro-Hillary superPAC aimed at recruiting college students accused of swindling money from others

A pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC focused on getting college students to sign up and vote for the former Secretary of State may instead be doing quite the opposite – swindling money out of the unsuspecting.

According to The Center for Public Integrity, John Gibson, the man who registered the domain name for the website TimeForHillary.com, owes a California man $10,000 that he essentially conned out of the developmentally disabled man. Simon Sioni and his mother, Janet, successfully petitioned the California Superior Court in April 2012 for redress and won; however they have yet to see a penny returned to them despite the verdict.

“This guy [Gibson] took his $10,000 from him [Sioni] and vanished,” Mike Pirouzian, the private investigator the court assigned to enforce its judgment against Gibson, told the Center for Public Integrity.

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