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Personal profit from Child Support Business

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From: Anatoly Kern

Dear Inland Revenue Department,

I found that Annual Reports being a good source of various information, showing that the staff is predominantly female (65%) with the average age of 45 and 15 years of 'service'.
Keeping in mind total headcount and previously released budget figures for child support business I would estimate that there are 500 of those involved in it.
Unfortunately, I didn't find any records of amount deaths caused by those staff, like several hundred deaths every year noted in the previous responses, for which the department very conveniently "does not record the cause of death", giving roughly one staff to one death ratio and within 15 years of 'service' making every one of them a serial killer.

Nevertheless, I am looking to obtain the record of full names with the total amount of personal profit received from 1991 by everyone participating in this child support business (e.g. salary, benefits and etc), which is making a good crown profit return of 50% (hey normal businesses, beat that), while casually killing several hundred people every year.
Outside of permanent staff, I am interested in obtaining the same information about so-called 'independent' administrative review officers, who receive undisclosed one-off payments for each involvement.

Very simple response, one line per each, like "Ferila Pritchard, $666666" would do it.

Yours faithfully,

Anatoly Kern

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