Home Daily News Former tax attorney sent to prison for tax… Criminal Justice By Amanda Robert September 6, 2019, 12:49 pm CDT Image from Shutterstock.com. A former tax attorney from the Indianapolis area has been sentenced to 30 months in prison after pleading guilty to tax evasion of more than $2.4 million. U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler for the Southern District of Indiana announced Thursday that Scott C. Cole, 55, of Brownsburg, Indiana, “intentionally and purposely used his ‘expertise’ to repeatedly obstruct the Internal Revenue Service and to evade his federal tax obligations.” The Indianapolis Star and Indianapolis Business Journal have coverage. The Indianapolis Business Journal reports that Cole resigned from the Indiana bar in 2014 after the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission filed a complaint charging him with filing fraudulent tax returns for 2001 and 2002. “Cole attempted to evade and defeat tax payments by opening bank accounts … [Read more...] about Former tax attorney sent to prison for tax evasion of over $2M
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Experts said Wednesday that only 22 vaquitas remain in the Gulf of California, where a grim, increasingly violent battle is playing out between emboldened fishermen and the last line of defense for the smallest and most endangered porpoise in the world. Jorge Urban, a biology professor at the Baja California Sur University, said the 22 vaquitas were heard over a network of acoustic monitors. That was in fact higher than many had expected; some had estimated as little as 15 would remain in the Gulf, also known as the Sea of Cortez, the only place in the world where the vaquita marina is found. It may be a sign the vaquita is holding on, and what is keeping it alive is a thin line of defenders: Every night 22 volunteer crew members from ships operated by the environmentalist group Sea Shepherd go out to search the upper Gulf for hidden gill nets that catch prized — but protected — totoaba fish and drown vaquitas. It is increasingly dangerous work. Over the last month, the Sea … [Read more...] about Sad News: Mexico Says Only 22 Vaquita Porpoises Remain
Paul Farhi, The Washington Post Published 2:54 pm PST, Tuesday, January 29, 2019 An attendee fills out a contact form for jobs with Buzzfeed Inc. during the TechFair LA career fair in Los Angeles on Thursday, March 8, 2018. BuzzFeed laid off 15 percent of its operation last week and is said to be exploring merger opportunities. less An attendee fills out a contact form for jobs with Buzzfeed Inc. during the TechFair LA career fair in Los Angeles on Thursday, March 8, 2018. BuzzFeed laid off 15 percent of its operation last week and is said ... more Photo: Patrick T. Fallon, Bloomberg Photo: Patrick T. Fallon, Bloomberg Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 An attendee fills out a contact form for jobs with Buzzfeed Inc. during the TechFair LA career fair in Los Angeles on … [Read more...] about An end of salad days for digital news?
PUBLISHED: 18:02 13 November 2018 | UPDATED: 20:07 13 November 2018 Megan Aldous Goldie Sayers , Team GB Javelin Thrower and one of Suffolk's 100 Inspiring Women speaking at the event Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN Archant This is a list that Suffolk should be proud of - 100 women who are positive role models for future generations, women who have achieved success in a diverse range of fields from business, the arts, sport and education to the third sector.The list was put together by a panel of judges this summer after we asked readers for their nominations. From top left: Jenna Ackerley, Anne Beckett-Allen, Katie Bannister, Jane Basham, Dayle Bayliss, Shayra Begum, Nicola Beach, Adele Bellis and Professor Emma Bond Pictures: WENDY AIKEN PHOTOGRAPHY/EDF ENERGY/BARRY ELEY/PHILIP MYNOTT/SUFFOLK COUNTY COUCIL/UNIVERSITY OF SUFFOLKJenna Ackerley, Events Under Canvas: A Felixstowe girl originally, 38-year-old Jenna now lives in East Bergholt with her husband and … [Read more...] about Meet 100 of Suffolk’s most inspirational women
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Dan Shaughnessy Globe Staff November 10, 2018 Picked-up pieces while wondering why everyone who coaches against Bill Belichick loses his football mind (your turn, Mike Vrabel) . . . ■ For those of you who were caught up in the Red Sox ride, or perhaps too busy to read the Globe Spotlight’s team’s six-part series on Aaron Hernandez, here are some nuggets you might have missed: Remember the “safe house” in Franklin where Hernandez stored ammunition and drugs, a few miles from the North Attleborough home he shared with his fiancée and infant daughter? Based on Belichick’s own statements when he was interviewed by the State Police after Odin Lloyd’s murder, the Patriots helped Hernandez find the flop house.In July 2013, after Hernandez was arrested for murdering Lloyd, we asked Belichick about the flop house and the … [Read more...] about Could the Patriots have done more with Aaron Hernandez, and other thoughts