Mobster Al Capone, meets Al Sharpton ; Which criminal gets away with crimes?


‎May ‎04, ‎2015
This old man will take another route to awaken You Sheep!

Today is Monday, May 4, the 124th day of 2015. There are 241 days left in the year.
mobster Al Capone, convicted of income-tax evasion, entered the federal penitentiary in Atlanta. (Capone was later transferred to Alcatraz Island.)
Martha Stewart in New York City after her 2004 sentence hearing.
Criminal is easy (and relatively rare) — the celeb goes to jail. But if celebs can’t pay back taxes in a civil case through bank accounts or liquidating assets, resolution can get creative. The IRS took a percentage of the gate of Mike Tyson’s prizefights. Willie Nelson went on a pay-the-taxman tour.


And Wesley Snipes’ acting fees went straight to the government until his debt was paid.
O.J. Simpson, at his famous 1994 trial, was eventually sent to prison on other charges. legal troubles have overshadowed his tax troubles, and collection of the $1.4 million will have to wait until he’s released from Nevada’s Lovelock Detention Center, where he’s serving time for kidnapping and armed robbery.
Tax troubles cost Nicolas Cage a castle and several homes.
The tax trouble cost Cage a Bavarian castle and homes in Las Vegas, California and New Orleans.
Why can this person that owes the IRS millions in back taxes get away with it? What is going on in America?
ev. Al Sharpton became the host of his own tv show ” PoliticsNation” on MSNBC. His voice for black America. Still making millions and still gets away with crimes many others like departed Willie Nelson had to pay back and live in a bus all his life even.


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