Martin was indicted on July 23 in the District of New Hampshire. The indictment alleges that for the three years Martin evaded federal income taxes on approximately $400,000 of income by directing earned income to be paid to a third party and depositing a small share of his earnings into his business bank account in an effort to conceal its source.CLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL
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