A federal prosecutor asked a Los Angeles judge to deny bail to a former KPMG partner indicted in the government's tax shelter fraud case, calling him a flight risk.
David Greenberg, 46, was one of 10 former KPMG executives indicted Monday in connection with the design and marketing of alleged phony tax shelters, and was the only defendant to be arrested by authorities. Greenberg has been accused of falsifying documents to hide his involvement in questionable tax shelters, coaching a co-conspirator to lie to investigators and misleading investigators about whether he had surrendered all his passports.
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