Giuseppe Donaldo Nicosia, a fast-living Italian fugitive, is accused of masterminding a $48 million tax fraud. Leaked records appear to show that he sold and resold his New York City apartments as U.S. and Italian prosecutors closed in.
Giuseppe Donaldo Nicosia, a fast-living Italian fugitive, is accused of masterminding a $48 million tax fraud. Leaked records appear to show that he sold and resold his New York City apartments as U.S. and Italian prosecutors closed in.
Giuseppe Donaldo Nicosia, a fast-living Italian fugitive, is accused of masterminding a $48 million tax fraud. Leaked records appear to show that he sold and resold his New York City apartments as U.S. and Italian prosecutors closed in.

Before he went on lam, Italian fugitive used Miami firms to set up offshore

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