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There are a number of reports this afternoon that a heavily armed contingent of police personnel raided Elephant Man's house in upper St. Andrew. One876 understands that the raid was conducted in relation to a move by the government to collect unpaid taxes. On876 will have more as the story breaks.


Elephant Man, yu nuh see wha happen to Wesley Snipes who get three years fi tax evasion, sort out yu self. Dem mek offa him inna March this year, memba? Dem put a stop order just when him a go pon him European tour. The stop order on travel was a tactic being implemented by Jamaica’s Tax Administration Services Department (TASD), as they seek to get tax-delinquent persons to settle their outstanding taxes, or make suitable arrangements to do so within a given time. Stop order notices have reportedly been issued on 50 “high-profile” Jamaicans (including several artistes) who are said to be said to be tax delinquent.

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