Six year sentence for fraudulent pharmacist

A former pharmacist has been found guilty of conspiring to defraud taxpayers of more than $19 million A former NSW pharmacist has been sentenced to more than six years’ imprisonment for his role in conspiring to defraud taxpayers more than $19 million through falsely claiming PBS benefits. The former pharmacist was sentenced to six years

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