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Germany Buys Cd Containing Secret Swiss Bank Account Details Of Thousands Of Alleged Tax Cheats

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The southwestern state of Rhineland-Palatinate says the data prompted over 200 raids nationwide against suspects in the early hours of Tuesday. State Finance Minister Carsten Kuehl says he expects to net some 500 million euros ($654 million) as a result. Kuehl says the data was deemed "authentic and of excellent quality" by investigators before it was purchased for 4 million euros.

This practice has angered Switzerland but served as ammunition for German opposition parties who object to a government-backed deal amounting to an amnesty for German clients of Swiss banks.Link

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Yep

Now you have to ask yourself why it is impossible for UK Elites to find, persecute, jail anyone other than £1,000 dole fiddlers - who make up only 2% Fraud/overpayments of the total 153 BILLION spent on pensions etc They even recovered 750 million of that cash percentage

Maybe its time for citizens to get rather annoyed with our beloved, troughing, corrupt masters

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Wot? I ain't got no 500m EUR owed to you in taxes. Look, my bank is empty...

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Tax police really are using the latest technology aren't they? A CD-ROM?

Probably so it can't be 'accidentally' wiped. Only way would be to physically destroy the CD.

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Tax police really are using the latest technology aren't they? A CD-ROM?

It is very hard to get data out of a Swiss bank. None of the computers have USB ports (or CD Rom burners for that matter). You can't just email it out or sftp it. Just getting hold of the customer data would have been a risky business, if you were caught you'd be handed over to the Swiss authorities and certainly done jail time.

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