Justice Department sues Roger Stone, Alleging ‘Fraudulent’ scheme to dodge $2 Million in taxes

The suit alleges Stone and his wife used a company to “shield their personal income from enforced collection and fund a lavish lifestyle.”


The Justice Department sued Roger Stone on Friday, accusing him of failing to pay more than $2 million in taxes.

The suit, filed in federal court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, alleges Stone and his wife, Nydia, dodged $1,590,361 in taxes between 2007 and 2011 and stiffed the IRS of $407,036 in 2018 alone. The couple used a company, Drake Ventures, to “shield their personal income from enforced collection and fund a lavish lifestyle,” according to the Justice Department.


Stone, 67, has been a longtime confidant of Donald Trump and briefly served as the former president’s campaign adviser. Stone was convicted of lying to Congress in connection with special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into election interference. Trump commuted Stone’s sentence in July 2020 just days before the GOP operative was scheduled to report to prison.


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  1. The IRS is a private corporation, check many sources, and is illegal according to the constitution along with the Federal Reserve, that the IRS collects taxes for and a high percentage is paid directly on the interest.
    We need to straighten up the country first, then go after the perpetrators.

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