Tax evasions in different countries

some exemples on YouTube:

United Kingdom:

  • Guernsey Offshore Accounts Tax Evasion Scandal, 1.50 min, uploaded by publicInterests, Nov. 14, 2012: The sensational Carroll Foundation Trust billion dollars offshore tax evasion fraud scandal which is now encircling 10 Downing Street and the Conservative Party has revealed that the new explosive FBI Scotland Yard prosecution files have named the Queen’s bankers Coutts & Co in this case of international importance. Sources have confirmed that the dossiers contain forged and falsified Coutts & Co Strand bank accounts which are directly linked to Coutts Bank Guernsey wealth management offshore banking arrangements that effectively impulsed this massive tax fraud heist operation which stretches the globe over a staggering sixteen years;  

about Greece:

about Africa:

about Italy:

  • Silvio Berlusconi Tax Fraud, 5.08 min, uploaded by TYT Sports, Oct 27, 2012: AC Milan owner and president Silvio Berlusconi has been convicted of tax fraud. This is the first time in his long tenure as Italy’s prime minister that he is ACTUALLY convicted of a crime. The list is long of wrongdoings from Berlusconi and finally it appears he will be punished;

about USA:

see also on YouTube:

NYU Law:


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