Defendants in Tax Evasion Case Acquitted


Two defendants indicted in on a tax evasion charge were acquitted by a jury in Beckley, West Virginia after a 7-year IRS investigation. Dr. Randy M. Brodnik and Mr. Anthony I. Kritt were charged with 14 counts of an indictment for alleged tax evasion, conspiracy to commit tax evasion and obstruction of justice.

The charges were based on their participation in an offshore employee leasing transaction which the IRS listed as a ‘listed transaction’ and abusive tax shelter. The offshore employee leasing transaction was included in the list of transactions (called the ‘Dirty Dozen’) the IRS has devoted itself to contesting.

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