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Old 07-16-2006, 12:59 AM
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Originally Posted by kunilou
I know someone (no, not me. I know SOMEONE) who waited two years, and then sent an anonymous letter to the IRS detailing some "irregularities" his boss had overseen. He even went so far as to mail the letter from another city.

While the letter did cause the IRS to audit the business and ruin the boss, the company treasurer also got swept up in the mess and did a stint in prison. The letter-sender said he regretted that, as the treasurer had only been a dupe.
If the treasurer went to prison he was no dupe, he was in on it.
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