Talking Points Memo reports:
Former Florida tax collector Joel Greenberg, who has pleaded guilty to sex trafficking in connection to the federal investigation into Gaetz, filed a motion on Tuesday to delay his sentencing hearing to give him more time to cooperate with prosecutors.
Greenberg’s attorney argued that his client’s cooperation, which “could impact his ultimate sentence” in the case, “cannot be completed prior to the time of” his hearing, which is currently scheduled for August 19.
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— Talking Points Memo (@TPM) July 7, 2021
Joel Greenberg, the Matt Gaetz ally who pleaded guilty to child sex-trafficking and wire fraud, has asked for a delay in his sentencing because he said he’s still cooperating with prosecutors. https://t.co/Wft63qzQxu
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) July 7, 2021