April 15, 2002

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On this Tax Day 2002, we have a bozo story to remind you of what you shouldn’t do when filing your taxes today. From Queens, New York comes the story of bozo Michael Graham who was busted by the IRS after filing 1800 bogus tax returns, hoping to collect $1.6 million in fraudulent refunds. Instead he only received one refund, worth about $900. He slipped up when he cited employers that did not exist and used consecutive social security numbers on his returns. He’s now doing three to ten in federal prison.