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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Russell Yankwitt
An attorney for actor Stephen Baldwin says the "The Usual Suspects" star has made another $100,000 installment payment on his unpaid New York taxes.
Stephen Baldwin's lawyer says the actor will avoid prison and get up to five years to pay back taxes of about $350,000.
Stephen Baldwin will avoid jail and will have up to five years to pay $350,000 in back taxes and penalties, his lawyer said Monday.
He said Baldwin was helped by a loan from a friend Yankwitt wouldn't identify.
Attorney Russell Yankwitt said Baldwin beat the deadline with his final payment Friday.