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June 29, 2018

Posted  July 11, 2018

A Newington, Connecticut, insurance salesman was sentenced to 70 months in prison for tax fraud, announced the Justice Department’s Tax Division. Terry DiMartino was convicted after a jury trial in March 2016 of one count of corruptly interfering with the due administration of the internal revenue laws, two counts of filing false tax returns and five counts of willfully failing to file tax returns. DiMartino was an insurance salesman for numerous insurance companies located in Connecticut and elsewhere. According to the evidence presented at trial, DiMartino attempted to obstruct the IRS by mailing false documents to the IRS, including three false tax returns for the 2007 tax year, one of which requested a fraudulent $14 million refund. He sent false and threatening correspondence to the IRS in an attempt to defeat the IRS’s assessment, collection and investigative efforts. DOJ

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