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April 15th Petition for Commutation

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On Tax Day, Bradley Birkenfeld, the whistleblower who exposed the $20 billion illegal UBS tax fraud scheme, filed a direct appeal to President Barack Obama and an official petition requesting clemency.

Click here to send your own letter in support of Bradley Birkenfeld

Click here to read the full Petition for Commutation filed on April 15th, 2009

Click here to read the direct appeal to President Obama

 

Answer to Question 5: Provide a complete and detailed account of the offense for which you seek commutation, including the full extent of your involvement. If you need more space, you may complete your answer on a separate sheet of paper and attach it to the petition.

Answer to Question 7: State your reasons for seeking commutation of sentence. If you need more space, you may complete your answer on a separate sheet of paper and attach it to the petition.

 



Attachments to Commutation Petition 


Attachment 1 

Letter of support for Bradley Birkenfeld from IRS 2009

Letter of support for Bradley Birkenfeld from SEC 2009

Letter of support for Bradley Birkenfeld from Senator Levin 2009

Sign on letter to Attorney General Holder requesting an independent review 


Attachment 2

Internal whistleblowing documents

Attachment 3 

UBS deferred prosecution agreement

Attachment 4

Early emails with the DOJ

Attachment 5

Letter to Attorney General Holder Oct. 14, 2009

Attachment 6

Letter to Attorney General Holder (w/attachments) Dec. 7, 2009

Attachment 7

New York Times article stating how much money collected by IRS
 

Attachment 8

Year in Review: The 2009 Person of the Year (Tax Notes)


Attachment 9

UBS whistleblower Bradley Birkenfeld deserves statue on Wall Street, not prison sentence (NY Daily News)


Attachment 10

Letter to DOJ/IRS/SEC

Attachment 11

UBS Tax Crimes Scorecard: Bankers, Clients and Their Enablers (Bloomburg.com)


Attachment 12

Sign-On Letter to Obama, January 15, 2010
 

Attachment 13

DOJ Motion for Sentence Reduction