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Saturday, August 5, 2017

AG Sessions BUSTS 5 Individuals in $9 Million IRS Fraud Scheme!

Wayne Dupree "While the media continues to chase their tails, Attorney General Jeff Sessions continues to rack up the wins."

Dupree Continues:

"On Thursday, the Department of Justice announced the indictment of five individuals in California, charging them with defrauding the Internal Revenue Service of over $9 million through fraudulent tax returns and bank fraud."

"Sessions has done more to fight crime in his first six months than Eric Holder, and Loretta Lynch did the whole time they held the office. Talk about government waste."

"What did we pay those two for? Amazing what progress can be made when you have a real DOJ who follows the rule if law."

Source: Justice.GOV
A grand jury in the Northern District of California returned an indictment, which was unsealed today, charging five individuals with conspiring to submit fraudulent claims for tax refunds, announced Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General Stuart M. Goldberg of the Justice Department’s Tax Division and U.S. Attorney Brian J. Stretch for the Northern District of California. Two of the individuals were also indicted for bank fraud.
According to the indictment and information provided to the court, Jorge Vissani, Jacqueline Ramos a/k/a Jackie Acosta, Ana Bajo a/k/a Ana Cobraubias, Norma Morfin and Antonio Ahumada filed fraudulent tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that included fake income, false dependents and bogus education expenses. As a result of filing these fraudulent returns, the defendants are alleged to have stolen more than $9 million in tax refunds. The indictment alleges that the defendants directed the IRS to send the refunds to addresses and bank accounts that they controlled. According to the indictment, they forged endorsements and cashed or deposited the refund checks at financial institutions and businesses in Northern California.
An indictment merely alleges that crimes have been committed, and all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

Wayne Dupree:  

"If convicted, these sacks of scum face five years in prison which seems justifiable."
"AG Sessions is a perfect example of what our Government is supposed to be and is expected to be doing. Imagine if we had more like him working in our Government. Just imagine how great this country could be again, feeling safe to take a nightly stroll, etc. He’s showing everyone else up. He’s making them all look like incompetent fools, a waste of taxpayers dollars!"
"In addition to this news, on Friday morning, Sessions mention the DOJ was open for business as he and his department is going after leakers, but I have to admit this was a good catch also."
"Do you think Sessions can find the White House leakers? Will they prosecuted if found? What do you think about this huge bust? Share your opinions below in the comment section."