File photo of Bayern Munich President Uli Hoeness addressing an annual meeting of the German Bundesliga first division soccer club in Munich November 15, 2012. Hoeness is under investigation for possible tax evasion after filing a complaint against himself about a Swiss bank account, he said April 20, 2013. Munich's prosecutor's office confirmed there was an ongoing procedure in relation to the complaint filed by Hoeness but gave no details of the amount involved. By filing a complaint about possible tax evasion, culprits in Germany can sometimes expect more leniency and reduced fines. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle/Files (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
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