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These Mormon twins worked together on an IRS whistleblower complaint over the church’s billions — and it tore them apart

19 mins | Feb 25, 2020
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A shocking tale about family, taxes and the power of the Mormon church in America. David and Lars Nielsen grew up in a Mormon family of ten children, and as twins, they had a special bond. However, when one of them decided to file an IRS whistleblower complaint about the church’s billions, things started to go amiss. Michelle Boorstein and Jon Swaine, writing in The Washington Post, recount the tale.
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