An inmate in a New Jersey prison has pleaded guilty to scamming the Internal Revenue Service out of nearly $215,000 by recruiting his fellow prisoners and filing false tax returns for them.
Jerry Julian pleaded guilty June 27 in connection with his scheme to defraud the Internal Revenue Service by obtaining false tax refunds on behalf of himself and fellow inmates of a New Jersey state prison, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in New Jersey.
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