Sharpton’s Brother Faces 20 Years In Prison For Tax, Drug Charges

  • Al Sharpton’s half-brother pleaded guilty to tax evasion, mail fraud, and drug conspiracy charge and faces 20 years in prison.
  • Kenneth Glasgow, an Alabama pastor, voting rights activist, and half-brother to the famous MSNBC host, entered a guilty plea in Montgomery, Ala., federal court Friday.
  • “Mr. Glasgow caused immeasurable harm,” said United States Attorney Stewart. “Through his drug dealing, he released dangerous, addictive substances to the streets of his own community. By failing to pay his taxes and then fraudulently obtaining government benefits, he took from every American taxpayer.”
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