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Tax Evasion Tactics / Credit Suisse #1060889

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 26, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: Brian Todd) The Senate investigation into the role of the Credit Suisse Bank in helping rich Americans evade income tax examined; details given about the special services provide by Credit Suisse; scenes shown from the Senate hearings. [Senators Carl LEVIN†, John McCAIN - raise questions.] [Tax attorney Bryan SKARLATOS†- says you cannot have a secret bank account.] [Credit Suisse Bank CEO Brady DOUGAN†- testifies about convenience for clients.] What the Swiss government is saying about tex evasion discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Todd, Brian

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