COLUMBUS — Rudolph Joseph Fox Jr., 56, of Fredericktown, was sentenced in United States District Court to 12 months in prison imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release, ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $23,765 to the Internal Revenue Service, and fined $3,000.

 

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2 Responses to “Fredericktown man sentenced for income tax evasion”

  1. Sue Brown

    “Voluntary taxation” is a technical term peculiar to tax law. It means the citizen is responsible for accounting, reporting, and paying his own taxes. I don’t like the term, either, because it’s confusing, but Reid used it correctly.

  2. Mike

    “taxpayers do not have the right to violate and disobey tax laws,‚Äù

    But harry reid said tax compliance was voluntary…screw obama and the government. It’ll cost a hell of a lot more to incararate Fox.