Omigawd. It appears that the IRS does not even do a simple check to make sure the name on a direct deposit refund matches the return for which it was filed. An Arizona man in jail for rape pulled a fast one on the IRS to the tune of $119,000 dollars. Troy Fears filed more than 117 fake tax returns from prison in Arizona and Maine from 2005 to 2009. ... A judge tacked another 4-years on to the convicted rapist's life sentence today. It wasn't auditors who caught him. A prison guard intercepted some of his mail and called the feds. The key to the operation was direct deposits, which the IRS routes without making sure the name on the account matches the return, according to court papers. TaxProf Blog: Jailed Rapist Gets $119k in Tax Refunds; Caught by Prison Guard, Not IRS And we're supposed to make these people the Praetorian Guard for our health care system?