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Accountant linked to Plutus tax scam sentenced for laundering drug money

Accountant linked to Plutus tax scam sentenced for laundering drug money

An accountant with links to the Plutus Payroll tax fraud has been jailed for eight years for knowingly washing hundreds of thousands of dollars in drug money.

  • Shared by Australian Financial Review
  • November 26, 2018
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The NSW District Court sentenced Philip Scahill to 13 years, with eight-and-a-half years non-parole, for laundering more than $750,000 for a Sydney airport maintenance worker who was smuggling tonnes of cocaine into the country from South America.

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