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  • Maybe her lawyer is just really really really good?
  • I kinda suspected something when I head a divorce had been filed.

    I'm still betting he beats the charges and we get another round of protests.
  • Pretty sure there was a chorus of "yep, trying to protect his assets" that went up around these parts when we first heard of the divorce.
  • Yeah they are trying to protect assets from the inevitable civil case, which he will lose.

    This whole arrangement reeks.
  • IgG4: Yeah they are trying to protect assets from the inevitable civil case, which he will lose.

    This whole arrangement reeks.


    And now it's on record.
  • Behind every dickhole of a piece of shiat man, there's usually a coont who has his back.
  • Fraud works both as a noun, and a verb.

    Who knew?
  • Maybe the should have a law for civil trials where the day the suit is filed or when the incident happens the assets you have at the time are what are counted. I am sure there will be provisions if you are going through a divorce before or destruction of them like fire. But shady stuff like this should be shut down quick. I am sure law talking people could figure out my jumbled mess better.
  • Regardless of what happens  in this case, there's a whole lot of financial crime to be prosecuted here.

    Following the murder charges against him, Chauvin and his wife were charged with multiple felony counts of tax evasion[61] related to allegedly fraudulent tax returns from 2014 to 2019.[63] The Washington County prosecutor's office announced on July 22, 2020 that Chauvin and his wife under-reported joint income by a total of $464,433, including more than $95,000 from Chauvin's off-duty security work.[64] The complaint also alleges failure to pay proper sales tax on a $100,000 BMW purchased in Minnesota in 2018, failure to declare income from Chauvin's wife's business, improperly accounted-for deductions on a rental home, and changing their residency to Florida because "it was cheaper to register a car there".[65]
  • Cops make way too much money.
  • kokomo61: Regardless of what happens  in this case, there's a whole lot of financial crime to be prosecuted here.

    Following the murder charges against him, Chauvin and his wife were charged with multiple felony counts of tax evasion[61] related to allegedly fraudulent tax returns from 2014 to 2019.[63] The Washington County prosecutor's office announced on July 22, 2020 that Chauvin and his wife under-reported joint income by a total of $464,433, including more than $95,000 from Chauvin's off-duty security work.[64] The complaint also alleges failure to pay proper sales tax on a $100,000 BMW purchased in Minnesota in 2018, failure to declare income from Chauvin's wife's business, improperly accounted-for deductions on a rental home, and changing their residency to Florida because "it was cheaper to register a car there".[65]


    So he'll go to prison for tax fraud no matter what?
  • Defund and abolish.
  • thurstonxhowell: Cops make way too much money.


    Forgive me for defending the Leo's, but he isn't so much a cop as he is a straight up grifter.
  • Yes probably prison on the tax evasion issues, but who know on murder.

    As Al Capone knows the government don't care who or how many you murder as long as they get there cut.
  • thatboyoverthere: kokomo61: Regardless of what happens  in this case, there's a whole lot of financial crime to be prosecuted here.

    Following the murder charges against him, Chauvin and his wife were charged with multiple felony counts of tax evasion[61] related to allegedly fraudulent tax returns from 2014 to 2019.[63] The Washington County prosecutor's office announced on July 22, 2020 that Chauvin and his wife under-reported joint income by a total of $464,433, including more than $95,000 from Chauvin's off-duty security work.[64] The complaint also alleges failure to pay proper sales tax on a $100,000 BMW purchased in Minnesota in 2018, failure to declare income from Chauvin's wife's business, improperly accounted-for deductions on a rental home, and changing their residency to Florida because "it was cheaper to register a car there".[65]

    So he'll go to prison for tax fraud no matter what?


    As opposed to what, going to prison for killing a black person?
  • Regardless of this arsehole, this is a very common legal strategy used in the US all the time. Frankly, given how Farked up the US CJ system is, I wouldn't necessarily throw the baby out with the bathwater.
  • Resident Muslim: thatboyoverthere: kokomo61: Regardless of what happens  in this case, there's a whole lot of financial crime to be prosecuted here.

    Following the murder charges against him, Chauvin and his wife were charged with multiple felony counts of tax evasion[61] related to allegedly fraudulent tax returns from 2014 to 2019.[63] The Washington County prosecutor's office announced on July 22, 2020 that Chauvin and his wife under-reported joint income by a total of $464,433, including more than $95,000 from Chauvin's off-duty security work.[64] The complaint also alleges failure to pay proper sales tax on a $100,000 BMW purchased in Minnesota in 2018, failure to declare income from Chauvin's wife's business, improperly accounted-for deductions on a rental home, and changing their residency to Florida because "it was cheaper to register a car there".[65]

    So he'll go to prison for tax fraud no matter what?

    As opposed to what, going to prison for killing a black person?


    That's not a crime unless you're also black in this country.
  • kokomo61: Regardless of what happens  in this case, there's a whole lot of financial crime to be prosecuted here.

    Following the murder charges against him, Chauvin and his wife were charged with multiple felony counts of tax evasion[61] related to allegedly fraudulent tax returns from 2014 to 2019.[63] The Washington County prosecutor's office announced on July 22, 2020 that Chauvin and his wife under-reported joint income by a total of $464,433, including more than $95,000 from Chauvin's off-duty security work.[64] The complaint also alleges failure to pay proper sales tax on a $100,000 BMW purchased in Minnesota in 2018, failure to declare income from Chauvin's wife's business, improperly accounted-for deductions on a rental home, and changing their residency to Florida because "it was cheaper to register a car there".[65]


    Dude is gonna end up like Capone; he'll skate on the murder rap, but get hard time for screwing the IRS
  • I see I'm not the only one thinking it

    /Great minds think alike, and those of fools seldom differ
    //but they all post to fark
    ///book your spots for the BLM protest Part 2 today!
  • groppet: Maybe the should have a law for civil trials where the day the suit is filed or when the incident happens the assets you have at the time are what are counted. I am sure there will be provisions if you are going through a divorce before or destruction of them like fire. But shady stuff like this should be shut down quick. I am sure law talking people could figure out my jumbled mess better.


    It's called freezing someone's assets.
  • Evil Roy Slade: thurstonxhowell: Cops make way too much money.

    Forgive me for defending the Leo's, but he isn't so much a cop as he is a straight up grifter.


    Turns out he only made $52k-$72k as a cop, the rest was his under the table private security scam, so, yeah, murderous grifter fits.
  • How dare!  How dare he speak that way of the brave heroes who defend us from negroes!  Sad! Prayers!  Sad prayers!
  • Ghost Roach: Dude is gonna end up like Capone; he'll skate on the murder rap, but get hard time for screwing the IRS


    Hopefully he slowly goes crazy from syphilis (or early onset Alzheimers) too.
  • Resident Muslim:

    As opposed to what, going to prison for killing a black person?

    Cops don't go to prison for killing people, silly.
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  • What would be hilarious is if he gets "divorced" and "loses" everything to his wife in the settlement only to find out she's actually been cheating on him the whole time. Preferably with a black cop.
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