IRS pays $104 million to whistleblowerWashington Times
Sep. 12, 2012
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Oh, really, it's "safe" to be a whistle-blower with this government? Tell that to Bradley Manning who is being tortured by the same gang of parasites.
Report non-crimes to the state, get 104 million. Report actual crimes, get tortured in prison and held indefinitely without a trial.
Meanwhile, this same whistle-blower was imprisoned by the DOJ for years.- ChrisThe IRS awarded the largest whistle-blower award in history — $104 million — to a former banker who gave information that helped expose a $20 billion offshore banking scheme, the recipient’s attorneys said Tuesday.
Bradley Birkenfeld, the whistle-blower, “provided information on taxpayer behavior that the IRS had been unable to detect,” the agency said in granting the award.
“The IRS today sent 104 million messages to whistle-blowers around the world — that there is now a safe and secure way to report tax fraud and that the IRS is now paying awards,” Mr. Birkenfeld’s attorneys said in a statement. “The IRS also sent 104 million messages to banks around the world — stop enabling tax cheats or you will get caught.”