IRS wants every cent snipes has and then some. They are not going to stop until they get it and then they are going put him jail. His best bet is to stay out of america.
Mad Skillz said:I'm trying to decipher which sources are credible. Now there's a report of no deal in the Wesley Snipes tax fraud case.
Honestley I could care less if Wesley is guilty of tax fraud. I was hoping the brother would just keep the money (even if he didn't pay taxes) and start a new life in Namibia. I'm really pissed because they are trying to throw Ronald Isley in prison. So the hell with the IRS and the U.S. governemnt.
Do any of us know how much money this governemnt has pimped from the American people without returning a dime? Or how much tax payers have allocated every day to the government for wasteful spending on projects we never see? All for governemnt pork and corrupt politicians.
A great deal of tax payers money goes to welfare states such as Israel. The other half goes to criminal multinational corporations that contribute in the destruction of our environment; such corporations as Halliburton, ExxonMobil, Philip Morris, Freeport McMoran Copper and Gold and De Beers to name a few.
November 4, 2006
Prosecutor: No Deal in Wesley Snipes Tax Fraud Case
Today's Tampa Tribune reports that the prosecutor in the Wesley Snipes tax fraud case says that no deal has been struck to settle the actor's $12 million tax dispute with the IRS, despite press reports earlier this week announcing such a deal (blogged here):
Reports that Wesley Snipes has settled his criminal tax case are untrue, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. The entertainment business publication Variety published a story online Wednesday citing movie industry sources detailing a settlement that would allow Snipes to avoid jail and continue filming movies. The story has been picked up by UPI and number of news outlets and Internet sites. But Assistant U.S. Attorney Robert O'Neill, who is prosecuting Snipes and two co-defendants, unequivocally denied the report. "That's not true," he said. "We have no idea where that came from."