Harriette Monica Walters, Former D.C. Office of Tax and Revenue Employee, And Her $48-Million Fraud

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www.BackgroundNow.com, Oct 13, 2008 - 150 pages
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Harriette Monica Walters, a former employee of the District of Columbia's Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR), pleaded guilty to felony counts of wire fraud, money laundering conspiracy, federal tax evasion, and District of Columbia tax evasionWalters entered her guilty plea, which was provisionally accepted. The Court deferred scheduling a sentencing hearing, but set a status hearing for October 27, 2008 . If the plea agreement is accepted by the Court, Walters will be sentenced to between 15 years and 18 years of imprisonment and be ordered to pay $48,115,419.09 in restitution to the District of Columbia . Walters also agreed to pay $12,993,181 to the federal government and $3,283,428.27 to the District of Columbia for back taxes due and owing.As the leader of a sophisticated conspiracy, Walters embezzled $48,115,419.09 from the District of Columbia over the 18 years of her scheme.
 

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