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Published on May 5, 2012
Former Tax Inspector Adrian Huston tells BBC TV news that HMRC had good reasons to prosecute Harry Redknapp the football manager after money went into a Monaco bank account named after his dog Rosie. He says, given Redknapp was found not guilty, the case was a bit of a 'dog's dinner'. Goes on to say that it was his experience that even people who declare a lot of income can be tempted to hide a relatively small amount from the tax-man.
In a 'surprise' announcement just after this TV interview aired, England Manager Fabio Capello resigned, leaving the not guilty Harry Redknapp free to go for the England Manager's job.