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Al Sharpton’s theme song: Lien on me

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By Michelle Malkin  •  February 7, 2011 06:02 AM

When last we visited the financial monkey business taking place in race-hustling Rev. Al Sharpton’s non-profit “National Action Network” last September, an internal audit showed delinquent taxes, shoddy bookkeeping, and campaign finance law-skirting.

The hijinks continue unabated.

Yesterday, the NYPost reported a new tax tab for Sharpton and Co.:

The Rev. Al Sharpton, who has vowed to clean up his fiscal house, has a new tax lien to pay.

Sharpton owes $359,973 to the IRS for 2009 personal income tax, according to documents on file with the city.

Public records show he owes a total of $3.7 million in city, state and federal taxes, including penalties, dating to 2002. But Sharpton’s spokeswoman, Rachel Noerdlinger, said that he had paid back “well over seven figures” as part of agreements with the state and IRS and that the liens remained on the books as “a matter of bureaucracy.”

Perhaps Sharpton’s rent-a-mobsters should get out of Rush Limbaugh’s business and stick their noses in the National Action Network’s books instead.

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