Conversely, having found so much "easy" money may have clouded Tony's judgment. Once you have tasted the "high life", you are addicted to it and want more and more of it. That is why uncontrollable greed got the better of Tony.
There of course more outlandish theories which I won't go into, but it's sufficient to say only Tony knows the real reasons. And he will have plenty of time rummaging on whether he made the right move behind bars (if the IRD or the prosecution have their way).
Last edited by Watercooler; 24-10-2011 at 05:53 PM.
The last I heard he was out on $20 million bail, and due in court Nov.25th.Original Post Deleted
Don't know if this time it is for forgery or for tax evasion.