David Greenberg, a former tax partner with KPMG, faced a superseding indictment that added six more charges of tax evasion to the charges he was already facing as part of the government's case against KPMG's marketing of questionable tax shelters for clients.

The superseding indictment describes the SOS (Short Option Strategy) tax shelters offered by KPMG. The indictment said that Greenberg, with the approval of his managers, marketed the tax shelters from 1999 to 2005.

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