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EXCLUSIVE: Ashley Biden Cocaine Scandal Setup; "Friend" Could Face Jail Time

Mar. 31 2009, Published 8:25 a.m. ET

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The man who allegedly ‘setup’ Vice President Joe Biden’s daughter in a cocaine scandal could be facing several years behind bars.

As was first to report, Ashley Biden was apparently tricked by a “friend” trying to profit from selling the tape to various media outlets.

We revealed Tuesday morning that the man bought the cocaine and a hidden camera before bringing it to a party attended by the unsuspecting target of his setup

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Legal expert Stan Goldman told “Look, this is very serious business even the government cannot conduct this kind of activity although federal agents can possess drugs without violating the law. He could be charged with possession of illegal drugs, distributing them and also trying to profit from their sale. I’m not surprised that that the lawyer ‘brokering the deal’ ditched the guy because he could not be seen to be benefiting from the ‘fruits of the crime.'”


Click here to read exclusive report on Washington, D.C. law firm dropping seller as client

Goldman also told “In addition he (the man trying to sell the tape) could face a possible ‘entrapment’ charge which all could result in many years in jail. Going after the Vice-President’s daughter isn’t a smart move and any judge would likely set an example of this person.”

The VP has been promoted as one of the major politicians fighting drugs in America and he helped to create the Drug Czar post.

The tape was shot this year and the woman alleged to be Ashley Biden clearly does not know she is being taped as she snorts white powder said to be cocaine.



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