German tax authorities again step up their effort to track down tax evaders.
Since raising revenues through taxes is a cornerstone of goverment funding all over the world you have to live in an ideologic reality sharply seperated from this world to think that tax evation is permissable.
But is it ok for tax authorities to buy information on tax evaders, information that have been stolen from the systems of banks.
Can the price be too high?
German prosecutors on Wednesday staged raids on more than a dozen Credit Suisse offices in connection with an inquiry into whether employees of the Swiss bank had helped clients to evade taxes.
The inquiries have been controversial because they seem to be based on stolen information. Some authorities have refused to purchase data.
Was it ok for Clarice Starling to buy information from Hanibal Lecter to catch Buffalo Bill.