Ex-Lawyer Accused of Tax Fraud Involving Beach Homes

, The National Law Journal

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Former Massachusetts lawyer John McBride could face more than three decades in prison on bank and tax fraud charges stemming from alleged schemes to keep two homes in elite coastal towns despite more than $650,000 in federal tax liens.

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  • AcceptForValue

    Doesn't this guy know how to A4V? HIs C'esta que vie Trust has unlimited US DOLLARS to discharge any public debt dollar for dollar via HJR 192 of 1933, June 5th.Oh, btw : NEVER HIRE A LAWYER UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES....their allegiance is to 1. their bank account. 2. England ( BAR) 3. The hocus pocus out to sea admiralty "courts". 4. The "public" - all the slave-citizens created under the 14thAm, after being tricked into CONtracting away their status as FREE Citizens of the Constitutional Republic........... put down Mario Kart and study.

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