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US tax preparers arrested for alleged tax fraud involving IBCs in Cayman and Belize and 'secret accounts' in Switzerland and Luxembourg

June 17, 2012 by David Marchant


  • David Almog, David Kalai, and Nadav Kalai each face up to five years in prison, if convicted
  • They helped run tax preparer California-based United Revenue Service, Inc.
Three tax preparers in the United States have been arrested after being accused of conspiring to help clients commit tax fraud using offshore corporations - including those in Belize and the Cayman Islands - and 'secret accounts' at the Luxembourg and Swiss branches of Israeli banks Bank Leumi and Bank Hapoalim.

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'Reporters Without Borders' - You can't be serious!
David Marchant
The France based 'Reporters Without Borders' has just released its '2016 World Press Freedom Index', which purports to measure the "level of freedom of information in 180 countries", and, not for the fist time with this annual index, I question