Skip to comments.Circle Pines, Minn. IRS Agent Sentenced in Bribe Case
Posted on 12/16/2010 3:50:37 PM PST by WOBBLY BOB
ST. PAUL, Minn. - A former IRS agent from Circle Pines, Minn. was sentenced Thursday for soliciting and agreeing to accept a bribe in May-June. Roger Anthony Coombs was sentenced in a St. Paul Federal Court to 33 months in federal prison for the $9,700 bribe, which he solicited to two owners of a small Minnesota company on May 8. The business owners then notified authorities and worked with IRS investigators, whom witnessed two payments to Coombs that resulted in his June 2 arrest. Coombs was indicted June 21 before pleading guilty on Aug. 19.
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IRS agent of the year.
So when does he get his promotion?
They should’ve known that extortion by IRS agents is only allowed when it’s done on behalf of the US Government.
...sentenced in a St. Paul Federal Court to 33 months in federal prison for the $9,700 bribe
Shouldn’t have been less than 10 years.
To set an example for any other crooks in the ranks of the IRS.
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