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July 20. 2013 2:08PM

$104M whistleblower arrested for DUI at Portsmouth roadblock


Bradley Birkenfeld 

PORTSMOUTH, NH (CBS) – A man who spent two-and-a-half years and prison before he given $104 million by the IRS for whistleblowing was arrested at a sobriety checkpoint Friday night in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.



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