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Friday, June 2nd, 2023, 11:04 am

His Majesty’s Revenue and Customs, or HMRC, Engaging in Selective Enforcement That Protects the Government?

Like CIA people, who run over British people in the UK and then run away to the US (to be protected by their regime)

Sirius staff; Haha, it's OK, the government knows me, they will protect me
The man above ran away to the US, where he runs the company Sirius ‘Open Source’ Inc. (a shell created for the first client, a secret client, Gates Foundation) from a hideout in Washington State, escaping liability for his crimes against past staff and obligations to 2 past wives and 4 daughters

Summary: The tax crimes of Sirius ‘Open Source’ were reported to HMRC two weeks ago; HMRC did not bother getting back to the reporters (victims of the crime) and it’s worth noting that the reporters worked on UK government systems for many years, so maybe there’s a hidden incentive to bury this under the rug

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