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October 25, 1989 | JONATHAN PETERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A watchdog group charged Tuesday that the Internal Revenue Service's top criminal investigator in Los Angeles and several colleagues improperly bought property from an El Monte firm that was being audited by the IRS and then used it for their own tax benefit. "Had anything like the El Monte situation occurred in the district I was working in, the officials certainly would have been fired," said Paul J.
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October 25, 1989 | JONATHAN PETERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A watchdog group charged Tuesday that the Internal Revenue Service's top criminal investigator in Los Angeles and several colleagues improperly bought property from an El Monte firm that was being audited by the IRS and then used it for their own tax benefit. "Had anything like the El Monte situation occurred in the district I was working in, the officials certainly would have been fired," said Paul J.
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April 14, 1985 | From the Christian Science Monitor
Money talks--especially when it's a cash transaction over $10,000. That's the point at which banks and other financial institutions have to report to the Internal Revenue Service the customer who withdrew or deposited cash. These reports put IRS officials on the scent of money launderers, who then, the IRS hopes, lead to the mobsters who unload the "dirty" money in the first place.
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March 16, 1985 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, Times Staff Writer
In a signal that the Internal Revenue Service is increasingly targeting pornographers for tax evasion prosecutions, federal investigators have uncovered a far-flung pornography business that allegedly laundered hundreds of thousands of dollars through foreign banks. The investigation has centered in Cleveland as the home base of Reuben Sturman, the alleged head of the operation.
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