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Crime DOES pay. Tax cheat rewarded by IRS

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(NT) Unreal!
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Wow, Treason Does Pay!

Treason against the Swiss.

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Well that's one way to raise taxes

Like printing money. Just give out a lot of money and then tax it.

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He's not the Tax Cheat Grim, his Clients were.

He was jailed for acting as a tax avoidance specialist for the Swiss Bank UBS (probably ruled as criminal facilitation). As a result of his cooperation, 35,000 wealthy US Tax Cheats repatriated their Swiss holdings under an amnesty resulting in $5Billion Dollars of back taxes being paid. That's why he was awarded $104 Million by the IRS, for helping them recover $5 Billion in unpaid taxes. Cheap at the price.

Rob

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