Y’know, after a sentence goes over 100 years, they should just cut ‘em for parts.
While what she did was wrong and she should go to prison, I think that this sentence is ridiculous. There are murderers and rapists that get out of jail, why should someone who stole face a stiffer penalty? (Just my opinion)
She is Haitian ...my edumacated guess.
the biggest tax fraud of all is happening at the very top of our government.
taxation without representation.
She should have just killed someone, shed be out in no time at all!
No fair! When she gets out there will be intergalactic space travel, underwater cities, and maybe even the flying cars we were promised, and the rest of us will all be dead!
REFERENCE-——Treasury Dept investigators estimate another $21 billion could make its way to ID thieves’ pockets over the next five years. The IRS is detecting far fewer fraudulent tax refund claims than actually occur, according to a govt audit that warned the widespread problem could undermine public trust in the U.S. tax system.
Although the IRS detected about 940,000 fraudulent returns for last year claiming $6.5 billion in refunds, there were potentially another 1.5 million undetected cases of thieves seeking refunds after assuming the identity of a dead person, child or someone else who normally wouldn’t file a tax return.
In just one example, investigators found a single address in Lansing, Mich, was used to file 2,137 separate tax returns. The IRS issued more than $3.3 million in refunds to that address.
Florida, is the epicenter of the identity theft crisis (a state overrun with latinos-—many of whom are Cuban-—who are also involved in massive Medicare/Aid fraud). Just three addresses in Florida filed more than 500 returns totaling more than $1 million in refunds for each address.......Florida was also the scene of a massive subprime mtge scam-—with latinos colluding to bilk millions-—leaving Americans holding the bag.
In another troubling scenario, hundreds of refunds were deposited into the same bank account—a red flag for investigators searching for ID thieves— who may be filing for refunds for multiple people. In one instance, the IRS deposited 590 refunds totaling more than $900,000 into one account.
One or more employees of the IRS who wrote or implemented policies that let this kind of fraud happen should be in adjacent cells with her. Someone somewhere in the IRS had to come up with the idea that they “should go ahead and send the checks and we will verify later”.