ByFormer Tax Office deputy commissioner Michael Cranston’s long and distinguished career was unblemished until allegations he acted on the wishes of his son led him to become embroiled in a “Shakespearean tragedy”, a trial has heard. Crown prosecutor Peter Neil SC told a NSW District Court jury the 40-year ATO veteran’s "close and affectionate" relationship with his son Adam led him to committing the crimes for which he is now being tried.
Former ATO deputy commissioner in a 'Shakespearean tragedy'
Tax officers 'did exactly what Michael did', Cranston trial told
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