A federal judge in Greenville, S.C., has permanently barred Heather Alexander Ferguson from promoting an alleged tax-fraud scheme.

The government complaint in the case alleges that Ferguson operated a business in the town, promoting the so-called "861 Argument" and helping her ex-husband, John Howard Alexander, promote a sham-trust tax scam.

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