A prominent gastroenterologist admitted in Miami federal court will forever have an asterisk next to his name for being a convicted tax cheat after failing to report $18 million in income to the U.S. government.
A prominent gastroenterologist admitted in Miami federal court will forever have an asterisk next to his name for being a convicted tax cheat after failing to report $18 million in income to the U.S. government. JOE RAEDLE GETTY FILE PHOTO
A prominent gastroenterologist admitted in Miami federal court will forever have an asterisk next to his name for being a convicted tax cheat after failing to report $18 million in income to the U.S. government. JOE RAEDLE GETTY FILE PHOTO

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