A district court judge has sentenced four defendants to prison terms ranging from eight to 20 years in what the Justice Department says is one of the "most far-ranging tax schemes ever prosecuted."
Chief U.S. District Court Judge John C. Coughenour sentenced Keith E. Anderson, Wayne Anderson, Richard Marks and Karolyn Grosnickle in connection with a tax scam promoted by Anderson's Ark and Associates, an organization with administrative offices in Hoodsport, Wash., that spanned five countries and over 1,500 clients.
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