Skip to comments.Arizona Tax Defier Sentenced to Nine Years in Prison for Fraud and Tax Conspiracy
Posted on 08/10/2012 10:22:22 PM PDT by Rabin
Office of Public Affairs, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE;
Richard Kellogg Armstrong, 77, of Prescott, Ariz., was sentenced today to 108 months in prison plus an 660 day prison term and $1,021,500 of fines. Plus $1,678,834 and forfeit, two residences and a personal aircraft. (neither his wife nor dog has been shot)
Armstrong was found guilty of one count of mail fraud, eight counts of filing false claims, three counts of engaging in monetary transactions in property derived from mail fraud, and one count of conspiracy to defraud + 10 acts of contempt of court.
The sentence in this case demonstrates that those who defy the tax laws by preparing or filing false and frivolous tax returns will be prosecuted and punished for their conduct,
(Excerpt) Read more at justice.gov ...
Rab detectith trickle down stench. May be that DoJ fish rot from the top down
“Don’t steal, the government hates competition”
Perhaps my all time favorite saying.
Guess our “equal justice under law” government will pursue the IRS fraud with the same vigor. LOL!! Right!!
There goes the IRS again, coming down on the LITTLE GUY. We need to DISBAND those thugs now!!!
(hmmm, I wonder if there’s two sides to this story)
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