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Former FG political consultant is convicted of federal crimes in US

Ravneet ‘Ravi’ Singh convicted of illegally funnelling over $500,000

2nd October, 2016
Ravneet Singh worked for Fine Gael on its social media strategy for the 2011 general election Picture: Gerardo Gómez

Fine Gael’s former social media guru has been convicted of federal crimes in the United States.

Ravneet ‘Ravi’ Singh, a self-proclaimed ‘campaign guru’, was convicted of illegally funnelling over $500,000 to support two former mayoral candidates in San Diego, California earlier this month.

Singh, 44, was hired by Fine Gael in 2011 to develop its social media strategy ahead of the general election that same year. But the party later...

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