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Software CEO Robert Brockman charged in US$2-billion tax evasion case

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Texas tech mogul Robert T. Brockman has been charged in a US$2-billion tax evasion case, the largest ever tax charge in the United States, law enforcement officials said.
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News video: Texas Billionaire Robert Brockman Charged In $2 Billion Tax Fraud Scheme

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Federal prosecutors charged Texas billionaire Robert Brockman with a $2 billion tax fraud scheme that they say is the largest such case against an American. Katie Johnston reports.

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Software CEO Robert Brockman charged in $2 billion tax evasion case

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