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Topic - Walter Anderson
Walter Anderson was a wealthy telecommunications executive whose money helped underwrite private space-exploration efforts, but he became famous as the defendant in what federal prosecutors called the largest personal income-tax evasion case in U.S. history.
"Until then," Anderson wrote, "I have lots of things to work on here for now."
Anderson, 58, said he's appealing that determination and that he owes no money for three earlier tax years.