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ATO whistleblower faces six life sentences, roughly the same as Ivan Milat

There’s something radically wrong with a society that allows mass murderer James Gargasoulas to be eligible for parole in 46 years, locks up serial killer Ivan Milat for 181 years and then has an Australian Taxation Office employee facing 161 years in prison for blowing the whistle on a…

  • Adele Ferguson
  • The Sydney Morning Herald

Richard Boyle has been charged with 66 offences including telephone tapping and recording of conversations without the consent of all parties and making a record of protected information, in some cases passing that information to a third party.

The information and summons sheet lists ATO Commissioner Chris Jordan as the…

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