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Saturday, 25 December 2010

Quebec street gang leader Ducarme Joseph has received an early and rather unusual Christmas present - a $283,743 tax bill from Revenue Quebec,

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"Notorious Quebec street gang leader Ducarme Joseph has received an early and rather unusual Christmas present - a $283,743 tax bill from Revenue Quebec, QMI Agency has learned.

Street-smart Quebec tax officials unwrapped the gift for Joseph on Tuesday, slapping a tax lien on the gangster’s luxury Montreal-area mansion in a tony district of Dollard-des-Ormeaux. It is currently for sale for $1.6 million.

Joseph owes the province unpaid income taxes for 1994, 1995 and 2010, Revenue Quebec tax lawyer Sophie Allaire says in the lien filed in Quebec’s province-wide property records database.

Revenue Quebec’s move comes just months after a QMI Agency investigation revealed that Joseph owned the luxury home and was trying to unload it, even as he sat in jail after surviving an assassination attempt.

The tax lien forces lawyers and notaries involved in any eventual sale of Joseph’s mansion at 64 Rue Radisson to withhold $283,743 from the sale and remit the money to Revenue Quebec.

There was no immediate explanation of how Joseph – who was until earlier this year a regular in many of Montreal’s hippest downtown bars and restaurants - managed to avoid paying at least some taxes for 16 years."

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