Attorney: And what was Global Management?Michelle also testified in court about the many different names her husband used -- one of which appears in the FEC investigation.
Michelle Ohlsen: Global Management was a Nevada corporation that he created.
To do what?
I guess anything he wanted.
Okay. And what types of things did he do with that shell corporation?
He had studios.
Which was what?
That was a media company to do media for --
Democratic Strategy Group.
What was that?
That was another, the studio was the media, the Democratic Strategy Group was democratic planning.
He had Voters for Truth.
What was that?
That was, he, I think he was creating some PAC.
Judge: Some kind of what?
Michelle: PAC -- Political Action Committee.
Oh, PAC. Does he own these websites?
He has a bazillion of them, yes -- I'm sorry. He had a bunch of websites, yes.
What domain names did he have registered?
Democratic Strategy Group. Anything he could think of. I mean I would say he had probably 30 or 40. I just remember seeing them all. I started seeing them on the credit card.
Attorney: Does Mr. Ohlsen go by several different names?Ohlsen is currently in jail awaiting sentencing for mortgage fraud and weapons possession (as a convicted felon for drug trafficking, he's not supposed to own a firearm).
Michelle Ohlsen: Yes.
What names does he go by?
I've seen Milton Ohlsen, Milton Ohlsen III, Mike Ohlsen, Mike Scott, and he said in his deposition that [the name] he's assuming [at] the hotel was either Nathan Alexander, or Alexander Nathan, or Michael Alexander. He wasn't sure.
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