Co Stompé suspects Irs witch hunt
Co Stompé has the idea that the Tax him a target. “My wife and I have made mistakes, but this witch hunt makes no sense.”
The former darts player out in The Telegraph his unhappiness about the events surrounding his debts.
“Life is like a steeplechase. You know that there is jump to be, but that is quite a challenge if the Tax authorities during the competition for ever higher fences drop it.”
He has the idea that the inland revenue extra hard for him is because he is a well-known Dutchman. “Cootje has a bit of a known head, so Cootje need to the pillory.”
Stompé keeps the courage. “They can make me touching, but not killing.”
The public prosecutor has Monday, a community service of 240 hours or 120 days the cell against the old-darter and his wife demanded. The two would, between 2009 and 2013 incorrect returns have been submitted and 200,000 euro have not specified. The wife admits mistakes have been made, but said no accountant can afford.
The verdict in the case will follow in september.