Exactly this. For CPS and HMRC to get to the charge point, you need receipts and evidence of wrongdoing.InsaneX_Badger wrote: ↑Thu Jul 14, 2022 8:21 amDefinitely coincidence, takes a long time to charge someone for such an amount.J.A.W. wrote: ↑Thu Jul 14, 2022 1:28 ammclaren111 wrote: ↑Thu Jun 30, 2022 2:58 pmhttps://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/f1-h ... /10330326/
Interesting... Some common sense...
Ol' Bernie is now being 'hung out to dry' on 'tax fraud' charges - quite soon after being 'condemned'
for expressing support for Piquet's position, & asking why 'the war' in Eastern Europe is continuing
& not being negotiated to a peaceful conclusion - esp' since (according to Bernie) V. Putin is a
sincere bloke who is up for it, but hasn't even been contacted about it, amazingly enough!
Coincidence, or consequence?
I think Bernie, being 91, and of considerable wealth, would have connections to both those institutions.
He may well have been tipped off from the inside as to what was coming, and started gushing praises to the greed meister-in-chief, Putin.
I'd suspect this would be to keep his $40m Falcon 7X on a steady state of standby, so that come August he can hop on make a sojourn to Putin's welcoming embrace.