WSJ: UBS whistleblower turns his attention to Boston charity
Bradley Birkenfeld, the former UBS whistleblower who helped U.S. authorities gain a foothold in their fight against Swiss banking secrecy and received a $104 million government payout and a prison sentence in return, has been committing himself to an entirely different cause lately: people caught up in the Boston Marathon bombings.
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