Federal Prisoner Allowed to Testify on Tax Fraud The Bush administration has given up trying to prevent a federal prisoner from testifying at a Senate Finance Committee hearing. The prisoner was expected to testify about how easy it was for him to make tens-of-thousands of dollars from fraudulent tax refunds.
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Federal Prisoner Allowed to Testify on Tax Fraud

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Federal Prisoner Allowed to Testify on Tax Fraud

Federal Prisoner Allowed to Testify on Tax Fraud

Federal Prisoner Allowed to Testify on Tax Fraud

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The Bush administration has given up trying to prevent a federal prisoner from testifying at a Senate Finance Committee hearing. The prisoner is serving an eight-year sentence for identity theft and was expected to testify about how easy it was for him to make tens-of-thousands of dollars from fraudulent tax refunds.