According to the indictment, court documents and statements made at the court proceeding, Alexander Krivozus committed perjury by testifying falsely during the course of a federal grand jury investigation of Cleveland resident, Edward Gurary, who ultimately pleaded guilty in March 2011 to one count of filing a false income tax return on which he wilfully failed to report his Swiss bank accounts. As part of the investigation, bank records indicated that Gurary directed UBS AG to wire funds from his undeclared Swiss bank account, which was held in the name of a nominee Bahamian entity, and requested that confirmations of the transfers be sent to a U.S. fax number in the (317) area code. The investigation established that the fax number was associated with Krivozus. He was subpoenaed to testify before the federal grand jury and testified falsely.My blog entry on Gurary's plea is even more cryptic: Another Plea for Taxpayer with UBS & Credit Suisse Accounts (Federal Tax Crimes Blog 3/8/11), here.
I tried to pull down the plea agreement from the docket entries on Pacer, but the plea agreement was sealed. That perhaps explains why the press release is so cryptic.
I was able to pull down the indictment, which is here. The indictment states the Counts as follows: False Statements to Law Enforcement (18 USC 1001, Two Counts), False Declarations Before a Grand Jury (18 USC 1623(a), One Count), and Obstruction of Obstruction of an Official Proceeding (18 USC1512(c)(2), 1 Count).
I have had time only to browse the indictment. When I have time, I may offer more.