AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - An accountant says the pilot who crashed
his plane into a building that housed an Internal Revenue Service
office failed to disclose all of his income, prompting an audit by
Bill Ross said in a statement sent Saturday to The Associated
Press that Andrew Joseph Stack III contacted his firm in 2008 for
help with his personal taxes. But Stack failed to provide him with
all his income and other information, triggering the audit.
Ross said Stack ignored the audit and his advice. He said his
firm dropped Stack as client and has not been in contact with him
since October 2009. He declined further comment.
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