The brother of the former manager of the Washington, D.C., tax office has pleaded guilty in a wide-ranging tax scandal.

Managers and employees of the office and their relatives have been accused of filing false claims for property tax refunds, going back over two decades. Up to $50 million may have been stolen in the scheme and only a small portion has been recovered, according to the Washington Post.

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