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Isle of Man Newspapers website

 

"While Isle of Man Newspapers has seen the email, we have decided not to publish those details after taking legal advice."

 

It looks like the named must be part of the Manx Mafia lot. Anyone else would have had their picture and personal details splashed all over the front page.

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So, every Tom Richard and Harriet knows the name because they are in the business, and have everyone searching their records, but the la la local paper gets a squeaky sphincter at naming them.

 

Yep, more bumpy carpets on the Isle of Man, an open and well run financial jurisdiction.

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Isle of Man Newspapers website

 

"While Isle of Man Newspapers has seen the email, we have decided not to publish those details after taking legal advice."

 

It looks like the named must be part of the Manx Mafia lot. Anyone else would have had their picture and personal details splashed all over the front page.

"A brave decision."

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Isle of Man Newspapers website

 

"While Isle of Man Newspapers has seen the email, we have decided not to publish those details after taking legal advice."

 

It looks like the named must be part of the Manx Mafia lot. Anyone else would have had their picture and personal details splashed all over the front page.

Hardly Manx Mafia: however we can't imagine anyone stupid enough to wade into this shit-storm by naming the names currently.

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one of the arrested perps has sailed close to the wind all his "professional"life,and it looks like a BIG comeuppance is about to happen,tough shit,do the crime,do the time.

 

As I said, an avlanche of schadenfreude.

 

Well done you for being first off the mark

 

Keep pulling those crabs back into the pot

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Yep, more bumpy carpets on the Isle of Man, an open and well run financial jurisdiction.

People getting caught for financial crime IS a sign of a well run financial jurisdiction.

Prima facie this appears to be a tax case why would you assume it was kicked off by anyone other than HMRC?

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Prima facie this appears to be a tax case why would you assume it was kicked off by anyone other than HMRC?

I don't, but there's clearly international cooperation at work from the press release which wouldn't be the case in a badly run jurisdiction.

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