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  Whistleblowers and former employees say Congressman Vern Buchanan broke the law at his car dealerships
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Last EditedRP  May 10, 2012 09:23am
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AuthorMike Deeson
News DateTuesday, May 8, 2012 11:50:00 PM UTC0:0
DescriptionWhistleblowers say forging documents was no big deal at the congressman's dealership. Managers, partners, and financial employees have all testified in depositions and alleged in various lawsuits that Buchanan's dealership not only forged signatures, but falsified information on credit applications, falsely reported cars sold to the manufacturer to get rebates for cars that were still on the lot, and solicited illegal campaign contributions.

Then there are tax evasion issues. Buchanan's chief financial officer, Sal Rosa, who is working with the IRS, has testified in depositions that the congressman is guilty of an evasion of U.S. income tax and a conspiracy to evade U.S. income tax.
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