A book-keeper named Christopher Guillan has pleaded guilty to dealing with criminal proceeds from a tax fraud and money-laundering conspiracy. Guillan, who drove a $160,000 Porsche, was found to be wilfully blind to the fact that stolen taxpayer funds had paid for the sports car. He helped find a dummy director for the company involved in the fraud and collected consultancy fees. Guillan’s guilty pleas came after five others linked to the scheme were found guilty. The court is currently considering his sentence.