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Tax authorities admit they DO treat the rich differently and are happy to agree deals with celebrities to avoid embarrassing criminal trials
David Marchant
Posted: Monday, September 10, 2018
Joined: 9/13/2007
Posts: 1275


Daily Mail: The most powerful members of society are able to escape prosecution for financial crimes, HM Revenue & Customs has admitted.

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As any fule kno, the biggest enemy of fraud, corruption, money laundering, and other forms of financial crime is transparency, while their best friend is secrecy. That's why the unprecedented mass sealing of cases that's taking place at the Financial Services Division of the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands is repugnant to anyone with a genuine concern for financial crime.