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Rocky Boy Clinic CEO to change plea

 

Last updated 10/1/2015 at 7:32pm



The third Rocky Boy Health Clinic CEO to be indicted in federal court after the Guardians Project investigation swept through Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation has waived his jury trial and will now change his plea.

Darin Miller was set to be judged by a jury Oct. 13 at the Missouri River Federal Courthouse in Great Falls, but Monday, his lawyer filed to change that event to a hearing in which he will change his plea from not guilty to guilty.

He is charged with three counts of federal income tax evasion.

Miller is accused of, around April 12, 2010, preparing and signing a fraudulent t...



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Reader Comments(1)

rbcitizen writes:

Did anyone notice that all these thieves are departments heads of all crucial departments here on Rocky Boy. They were all in on this thieving and that's all their getting is tax evasion and immunity. Something not right here. We need FEMA to bring their indictments in. And the sad thing is, is that their still thieving here on this reservation, we need this judge to step-up.

 
 
 

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