Broderick Walker pleads guilty to conspiracy to commit money laundering


Date: October 2, 2020


Broderick Walker plead guilty to conspiracy to commit money laundering.

Walker engaged in schemes to defraud the IRS by obtaining stolen tax refunds that had been produced through electronic filings of false and fraudulent U.S Individual Income Tax Returns.

Walker used stolen PII belonging to deceased individuals.

He admitted that the unlawful financial transactions totaled $27,457.07.

Walker faces up to five years in federal prison for his crimes.

This case was investigated by the IRS – Criminal Investigation.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Gregory Martin is prosecuting this case.