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Topic - Brad Birkenfeld
The IRS awarded the largest whistle-blower award in history — $104 million — to a former banker who gave information that helped expose a $20 billion offshore banking scheme, the recipient's attorneys said Tuesday.
The "single most important event" in cases where ordinary citizens step forward to reveal fraud and corruption, according to Stephen Kohn, is "who you blow the whistle to and what you say."