In case you missed Aldleft’s intrepid reporting on The Jen Shah Hulu Documentary, click here first! It seems Jen Shah watched it and she seems to think it will get her case dismissed. BWAHAHAHAHAHA.
Federal Agents Connect Jen Shah To Drug Dealer
I think this was the part really pissed her off, here is how Aldleft reported on what Agent Agnieszka said:
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Special Agent Agnieska Norman explained how Homeland Security launched “Operation Double Down” in New York in 2016. Once they learned that Arash Ketabchi, whom they arrested on separate drug charges, was also revealed to be part of a larger telemarketing fraud operation. Katersky and Jacob Mitchell, one of the defense attorneys who worked on the United States v. Ketabchicase, had even more to share. Namely, that this telemarketing operation “sold nonexistent products and services” through multiple companies.
Eric Peterson, founder of the Utah Investigative Journalism Project, explained how they lured in victims. They used “Work from Home!” Facebook ads. Then, they used decoy websites to collect victims’ information and sold victims’ information to each other. Then, they all took turns selling victims fraudulent “business development” products.
According to the documents obtained by TMZ:
In the docs, Jen says the agents’ statements on the ABC News doc “The Housewife and the Shah Shocker” destroyed any chance of her getting a fair trial by tainting the jury pool because the program is full of opinions that will lead people to presume she’s guilty. Shah not only wants permission to file a motion to dismiss the indictment against her, but she also wants to hit the feds with sanctions and wants the judge to order them to hand over any other info about any other collaborations prosecutors and the feds might have with the media regarding her case.