CINCINNATI — Seven men from Zimbabwe have been indicted on charges of using the identities of hundreds of Americans to file false tax returns that netted them up to million, officials announced Friday.
A federal grand jury indicted the men Thursday, charging them in U. District Court in Cincinnati with conspiracy, fraud, identity theft and money laundering.
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They each would face up to 60 years in prison if convicted of all the charges.
The indictment alleges that the men ran a tax preparation business in Cincinnati and that between 20 they used the identities of at least 658 people nationwide to file false tax returns and collect between .4 million and million.
My father was the general manager there for some 20 years and not long after the family moved into the manager’s house I was born.
I spent an idyllic childhood on a forest estate north of Mutare in the Eastern Highlands of Rhodesia (as it was then).