The Justice Department sued the founder of an “asset protection” business that allegedly helped clients evade income taxes and hired actor Robert Wagner to plug its services.
The government’s complaint alleges that William S. Reed of Las Vegas operated a business called Asset Protection Group Inc., which helped customers place sham liens on their property to deceive creditors. Those creditors included the Internal Revenue Service.
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