American people convicted of tax crimes

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  1. Adrian Karsten

    Adrian Karsten

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    American sports announcer

  2. Al Capone

    Al Capone

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    American, Criminal

  3. Albert Anastasia

    Albert Anastasia

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    Costa Nostra mobster

  4. Albert Francis Capone

    Albert Francis Capone

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    Alphonse Gabriel "Al" Capone (æl kəˈpn; January 17, 1899 – January 25, 1947) was a Chicago gangster who attained national fame during the Prohibition era. His seven year reign as crime boss ended when he was 33 years old.


  5. Albert Nipon

    Albert Nipon

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    fashion designer

  6. Albert Tocco

    Albert Tocco

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    American mobster

  7. Aldrich Ames

    Aldrich Ames

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    American intelligence agent, convicted of spying for the Soviet Union

  8. Alfred Polizzi

    Alfred Polizzi

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    Alfred "The Owl" Polizzi (March 15, 1900 – May 1975) was a Cleveland, Ohio mobster who helped establish criminal syndicate operations in Northeast Ohio.


  9. Alphonse D'Arco

    Alphonse D'Arco

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    Alphonse "Little Al" D'Arco (July 28, 1932), also known as "The Professor", is a New York mobster who became the acting boss of the Lucchese crime family. He was the first boss, acting or otherwise, of a New York crime family to become a government witness.


  10. Aniello Dellacroce

    Aniello Dellacroce

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    Aniello John "Mr. Neil" Dellacroce (March 15, 1914 – December 2, 1985), also known as "Father O'Neil" and "The Tall Guy", was an Italian-American gangster and underboss of the Gambino crime family. He rose to the position of underboss when Carlo Gambino moved Joseph Biondo aside.


  11. Anthony Giacalone

    Anthony Giacalone

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    Anthony Joseph Giacalone, known as Tony Giacalone and by the nickname Tony Jack (January 2, 1919 – February 23, 2001) was an American organized crime figure in Detroit, serving as a capo in the Detroit Partnership. He came to public notice during the 1970s during investigations into the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa, as he was one of two Mafia members – the other being Anthony Provenzano – that Hoffa was to meet the day he disappeared. Giacalone was later jailed for ten years in 1976 for income tax fraud at the Federal Correctional Institution in Oxford, Wisconsin.


  12. Anthony Giordano

    Anthony Giordano

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    Antonio Rico Giuseppe Giordano (June 24, 1915 – August 29, 1980) was the boss of the St. Louis crime family.


  13. Anthony Graziano

    Anthony Graziano

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    Anthony A. Graziano (born November 12, 1940) is a New York City mobster and the former consigliere in the Bonanno crime family.


  14. Anthony J. Biase

    Anthony J. Biase

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    Anthony Joseph Biase (September 6, 1909 – September 21, 1991) was an Omaha mobster who had a long career in gambling and narcotics and briefly headed the Omaha, Nebraska, crime organization.


  15. Anthony Salerno

    Anthony Salerno

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    American mobster

  16. Arnold Squitieri

    Arnold Squitieri

    20 views
    American mobster

  17. Arthur Farnsworth

    Arthur Farnsworth

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    Arthur L. Farnsworth (born 1962) is an American politician and convicted Tax Honesty Movement Advocate. Evidence found by the government in Farnsworth's case helped the government indict actor Wesley Snipes on tax charges.


  18. Arthur Samish

    Arthur Samish

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    American lobbyist

  19. Barrie Leslie Konicov

    Barrie Leslie Konicov

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    Barrie Leslie Konicov (born about 1939) is a United States hypnotist, author, and one-time Libertarian candidate for the United States Congress. He is the President and chief hypnotherapist of Potentials Unlimited. At one time Konicov sold approximately a million self-hypnosis tapes a year. Konicov is also notable for his involvement in several court cases including United States v Konicov, a 2001 conviction for one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States by impeding, impairing, obstructing, and defeating the lawful governmental functions of the Internal Revenue Service. He was also convicted on three counts of willfully failing to file Federal income tax returns for the years 1994, 1995, and 1996. Konicov received an 87-month prison sentence. The Atlantic magazine named Konicov fourth on its list of the ten biggest tax scofflaws of the 20th century.


  20. Ben Coleman

    Ben Coleman

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    American football player

  21. Bennett Salvatore

    Bennett Salvatore

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    American basketball referee

  22. Benny Binion

    Benny Binion

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    American gambling icon

  23. Bernard Kerik

    Bernard Kerik

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    American police chief

  24. Bill Campbell (mayor)

    Bill Campbell (mayor)

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    American mayor

  25. Blondy Wallace

    Blondy Wallace

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    American football player and coach

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