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          issuing a notice of deficiency.  That action was taken after                
          review of the case by the Examination Division and CID.                     
               By letter dated February 27, 1992, petitioner was advised              
          that CID had recommended prosecution and had forwarded the case             
          to the District Counsel's Office of the Internal Revenue Service.           
          District Counsel reviewed the recommendation and forwarded the              
          case to the Tax Division, Department of Justice, on May 22, 1992.           
          On April 14, 1993, an indictment was returned by the Grand Jury             
          sitting in the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon,              
          charging that petitioner and Ms. Taylor willfully attempted to              
          evade and defeat a large part of their income taxes for the                 
          taxable years 1986 and 1987.  On September 29, 1993, petitioner             
          entered a plea of guilty to the indictment pertaining to the                
          taxable year 1987 (Count 2).  On November 12, 1993, petitioner              
          filed a motion to withdraw his plea.  That motion was denied.               
          Petitioner was sentenced to 3 years' probation on December 8,               
          1993.  Petitioner did not appeal from the sentence.                         
               On June 6, 1994, petitioner filed a motion in the District             
          Court for new trial.  That motion was denied on July 18, 1994.              
          On November 17, 1994, petitioner filed a motion to vacate under             
          28 U.S.C. section 2255 (1994).  That motion was denied on January           
          17, 1995.  Petitioner appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for             
          the Ninth Circuit, which affirmed the denial of relief by the               
          District Court.  See United States v. Taylor, 70 F.3d 121 (9th              

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