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Former IRS Contractor Leaker of Trump’s Tax Records Receives Five-Year Prison Sentence

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Former IRS Contractor Leaker of Trump's Tax Records Receives Five-Year Prison Sentence

In a landmark case, Charles Littlejohn, a former IRS contractor, has been sentenced to five years in prison for the unauthorized disclosure of tax returns, including those of former President Donald Trump. The sentencing, which took place today, follows Littlejohn's guilty plea in October to the said charge.

Charles Littlejohn found himself at the center of a high-profile case when he admitted to leaking tax records of notable figures, including Donald Trump, during his tenure as an IRS contractor. The leak targeted wealthy individuals, and Littlejohn pleaded guilty to one count of unauthorized disclosure of tax returns.

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