Australia: Tax fraud allegation could undermine trillion-dollar investigations, senator says
22 May 2017

The arrest of Adam Cranston over an alleged $165 million tax fraud could have serious consequences for the Australian Taxation Office and even the investigation into the Panama Papers, Senator Nick Xenophon says.

Adam Cranston is the son of deputy tax commissioner, Michael Cranston, who is now facing a charge of abusing his position as a public official.

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