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June 5, 2014

Georgia Woman Sentenced for False Tax Claims

April 16, 2014

Two Defendants Sentenced for $100 Million Nationwide Tax Fraud Conspiracy

March 13, 2014

KC Man Sentenced to 13 Years for Leading $100 Million Nationwide Tax Fraud Conspiracy

January 13, 2014

Jury Convicts Connecticut Man, Georgia Woman of False Tax Claims

November 7, 2013

KC Man Pleads Guilty to Leading a Nearly $100 Million, Nationwide Tax Fraud Conspiracy; Faces 13 Years in Federal Prison

November 5, 2012

Riverside Woman Pleads Guilty to Filing False Tax Refund Claim

September 6, 2012

KC Business Owner Pleads Guilty to Filing False Tax Refund Claims;
Nationwide Scheme Attempted to Gain Nearly $100 Million in Fraudulent Refund

August 7, 2012

Two More Plead Guilty to Nearly $100 Million Tax Fraud Scheme

July 23, 2012

Two More Plead Guilty to Nearly $100 Million Tax Fraud Conspiracy

June 27, 2012

California Man Pleads Guilty to Nearly $100 Million Tax Fraud Conspiracy;
Largest False Claism Case Ever Prosecuted in MO

April 10, 2012

Georgia Woman Pleads Guilty to Tax Fraud;
Nearly $100 Million Scheme is Largest False Claims Case Ever Prosecuted in MO

september 22, 2011

Five Local Defendants Among 16 Indicted Nationwide for Nearly $100 Million Tax Fraud Conspiracy; Largest False Claims Case Ever Prosecuted in MO
KANSAS CITY - Sixteen defendants have been indicted, in two separate cases, for their roles in tax fraud conspiracies that attempted to receive nearly $100 million in fraudulent refunds from the IRS. Five Kansas City, Mo., area defendants are among co-conspirators from eight states who were involved in filing fraudulent tax returns in the largest federal false claims case that has ever been prosecuted in Missouri.

Gerald A. Poynter, also known as “Brother Jerry Love,” 46, of Kansas City, Mo., Shirley J. Oyer, 70, of Overland Park, Kan., Kristi L. Jones, 38, of Riverside, Mo., Earl Lee Davis, 52, of Monroe, La., Nkosi Gray, 38, of New Fairfield, Conn., Billy Ray Hall, 72, of Newton, Ala., Kimberly Johnson, 41, of Chickamauga, Ga., Darryl E. Larkins, 49, of Chicago, Ill., Robert E. Morris, 65, of Rocklin, Calif., Mark J. Murray, 49, of Newton, Ala., Jeffrey A. Olson, 40, and his wife, Karen A. Olson, 40, both of Wood Dale, Ill., John V. Perdido, 55, of Temecula, Calif., and Jennifer S. Wilson, 34, of Cumming, Ga., were charged in a 72-count federal indictment.

In a separate case, Joshua Michael Simonson, 33, and his wife, Kristen Loree Simonson, 34, both of Oak Grove, Mo., were charged in an 11-count federal indictment.

Read the News Release
Grand Jury Indictment: Poynter pdf document
Grand Jury Indictment: Simonson
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september 20, 2011

Oregon Woman Pleads Guilty to Tax Fraud Conspiracy
KANSAS CITY - Marian Fine-Kennedy, 33, of Eugene, Ore., pleaded guilty to her role in a conspiracy to defraud the government with respect to a false tax refund.
Information pdf document
Plea Agreement pdf document

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april 7, 2011

California Woman Pleads Guilty to Tax Fraud Conspiracy
KANSAS CITY - Maria Haro Campos, 40, of Vista, Calif., pleaded guilty to her role in a conspiracy to defraud the government with respect to a false tax refund.
Information pdf document
Plea Agreement pdf document

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March 24, 2011

USA v. Poynter (Civil Case)

The Court granted the government's motion and permanently enjoined Gerald Poynter from acting as a federal tax return preparer and from preparing or filing federal tax returns or other tax forms for others, and from advising anyone concerning federal tax matters.

Court Order for Default Judgment and Permanent Injunction pdf document

Government's Motion for Default Judgment and Permanent Injunction pdf document

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