5a) I might be visually impaired, I need new glasses, but I’m the ONLY one who seems to notice a pattern with Mafia Boss Francesco Corallo and the political cohorts that he purchases… Corallo HIMSELF: Arrested/Prison, Schotte: Arrested/Prison, Theo: Arrested/Prison, Silvio: Arrested/Prison, Chanel: Arrested/Sentenced, Frans, Arrested/ Awaiting Trial…. Do you see a pattern? Yet Your independence Petition leader believes it’s okay to beg the Mafia for money. Rolando believes St Maarten can become independent from Holland, by becoming more dependent on the Mafia. Rolando Brison is going to jail. Desperate people do stupid things which can imperil and endanger others. If Knops and staff, and the RMR don’t know how to do a basic search, send them this link.
TOONTJE BUNCAMPER IS ON TRIAL FOR TAX EVASION, HIS WIFE MARIA IS HEADED TO PRISON FOR SIX MONTHS. NO MORE APPEALS: MP Buncamper questions Minister of Finance on taxes levied on pension income
Buncamper inquired from the minister how much additional income would government stand to generate if the pension premiums of all working residents were no longer deductible from the gross salary, and the income tax was to be calculated based on the gross taxable salary? He also queried if it would be beneficial for government to levy taxes on the gross salary (without deducting the pension premium payments) and cease levying taxes on pension income, and how much government would stand to lose or gain?
UPDATE: BREAKING! Dutch Supreme Court Upheld María Buncamper’s Conviction. Final Ruling Against Former Minister Sentenced to 18 months in prison, of which 12 months suspended and 240 hours of community service.
The politician was prosecuted by the Public Prosecution Service for evading tax for a number of years by not filing a tax return on time. This concerned income tax and company turnover tax returns. The Common Court of Justice sentenced the suspect on appeal to 18 months in prison, of which 12 months suspended and 240 hours of community service. The suspect lodged an appeal in cassation with the Supreme Court.
Court of Appeal that the Prosecutor General’s office has been granted permission to start the prosecution of Claudius Toontje Buncamper
Today I was informed by the Court of Appeal that the Prosecutor General’s office has been granted permission to start the prosecution of my person on crimes I allegedly committed while being a civil servant.