He will serve six months.
Koosman, 66, said: “Like most people in their sixties, I’ve made some bad decisions in my life. I tend to trust people more than I should. I shouldn’t have listened to those people about the tax returns, but I did, and I take full responsibility.’’
The IRS said he defrauded the government out of $80,000.
U.S. District Court Judge Barbara Crabb called his crime “a serious blemish on an otherwise outstanding life.’’