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Archive for category White Collar Criminal

DEA Uses Tax Evasion Charge To Arrest Alleged Drug Kingpin

The headline for this story is actually a pretty familiar refrain. Drug agents target top level drug dealers but can’t find enough evidence to tie them to their crimes. Given that “snitches” in the drug world often wind up dead, the DEA and law enforcement has an uphill battle. Low level drug dealers are easy [...]

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NY Rabbi Convicted of Tax Evasion

  Just two months ago we reported about a N.J. Rabbi sentenced to 22 years in prison for being the mastermind of a $200 million fraud. Now just across the river, a New York Rabbi was sentenced to 5 years probation for tax evasion. Both crimes involved very insular and orthodox communities within the Jewish [...]

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Credit Suisse Trader: “I Was Acting Under Orders” – Bank Fraud Post

Salmaan Siddiqui will be sentenced by  a New York federal judge in a little more than 24 hours. He was convicted of one count of conspiracy to falsify books and wire fraud for helping Credit Suisse AG hide mortgage losses in the run up to the financial crisis. He faces years in prison, however his [...]

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HSBC India Client Sent To Prison For Unfiled FBAR

Ashvin Desai is probably best known for inventing and manufacturing medical devices. Now he will known as the most recent American taxpayer sent to prison for having failed to report offshore bank accounts and file FBAR forms. Desai was sentenced last week to 6 months of prison followed by 6 months of house arrest. Desai [...]

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“Freedom Professional” Loses Freedom – Tax Evasion Post

A Madison, Wisconsin motivational speaker was sentenced to a year in federal prison after being convicted of three counts of failure to file a federal income tax return. Eric Plantenberg, age 42, founded several personal development companies including Personal Freedom Development and Freedom Professional Services. For the next 12 months, however, Plantenberg isn’t likely to [...]

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73 Year Old Manhattan Faces 5 Years Prison for Unreported FBAR

Federal prosecutors and the IRS convicted a 73 year old Manhattan man for failing to report an offshore account held at UBS, a prominent Swiss bank. Gabriel Gabella pleaded guilty last week in a Brooklyn courtroom to a single count of Willful Failure to File a Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR). There [...]

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Former UBS Banker Gets Walk in Offshore Tax Evasion Case

Last October we reported on the indictment and arrest of Martin Lack, a Swiss investment adviser and former UBS banker. This week Lack was sentenced to probation and a $7,500 fine for his role in assisting Americans evade taxes through unreported Swiss accounts. The “story behind the story” is why Lack walked out of court [...]

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Chabad Leader Eliyahu Weinstein Sentenced to 22 Years Prison for Fraud

A leader of the Chabad movement in the New Jersey was sentenced to 22 years in prison for his role in masterminding a $200 million fraud. By some estimates, the fraud may be as large as $430 million. In February, Eliyahu Weinstein of Lakewood, NJ was sentenced to 264 months in prison. Now just a [...]

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California Banker Charged With FBAR Crimes

The former vice president of a Tel Aviv bank was charged with conspiracy to defraud the IRS. Prosecutors say that Shokrollah Baravarian, former vice president of the Los Angles branch of Mizrahi Tefahot bank, helped Americans conceal undeclared bank accounts in Israel. Mizrahi Tefahot is a large Israeli bank that has many Jewish American customers. Opening an account [...]

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“Billionaire Justice” Feds Demand Prison in High Profile FBAR Case

The willful failure to report a foreign bank account of file FBARs is a felony. Congress beefed up the maximum penalties to a maximum of 5 years in prison for each violation. In reality, many folks do go to jail while others get probation. Rarely does the government appeal sentences because someone didn’t receive a [...]

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