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Roger Stone Offers To Settle $2 Million Tax Case After Judge Orders Him To Turn Over Records

Roger Stone addresses "Americans For Trump - Broward" event in 2018 (Image SFR)

By Dan Christensen, FloridaBulldog.org

What is Fort Lauderdale’s Roger Stone trying to hide?

For 15 years, the IRS has been dunning ex-President Donald Trump’s political confidant and Stone’s wife, Nydia, for failing to pay assessed income taxes, penalties and interest for the years 2007-2011 and 2018 that now total a whopping $1,997,398.60.

In April 2021, the government finally sued to collect after Stone held them off for years by offering but not actually paying. And Roger’s been dodging ever since, offering vague answers to inquiries and failing to hand over financial records sought by the government, arguing the Justice Department already had that information from his accountant.

Justice’s tax division, of course, subpoenaed and obtained the accountant’s records. That they want to get their hands on Stone’s records, too, strongly suggests they think Stone provided false information to the accountant. If so, that would be a felony.

By Dan Christensen, FloridaBulldog.org, Special to SouthFloridaReporter.comJune 29, 2022

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