Government Says CEO in $ 2 Billion Tax Evasion Case Simulating Dementia

By Michelle Casady (Jan. 10, 2022, 5:51 p.m. EST) – The federal government and the target of what prosecutors have said is the largest U.S. tax evasion case ever against an individual exchanged briefs on Friday, with the attorney for Robert T. Brockman said his dementia made him unfit to stand trial and federal prosecutors called the alleged illness an act.

The briefs were filed Friday, following an eight-day hearing – with testimony from nine doctors – that took place before U.S. District Judge George C. Hanks Jr. from November 15 to 24. In October 2020, Brockman, managing director of software developer Reynolds & Reynolds Co., was charged on …

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