In a Monday filing, U.S. Attorney Robert O'Neill said Snipes told the probation office he had less than $10,000 in liquid assets, but the actor surprised the government by producing $5 million in payment for back taxes at his sentencing.
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Snipes argues some jurors decided he was guilty before hearing any evidence and prosecutors hid damaging information about a key witness.
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