SIR, I NOTICE THAT I’m again referred to in your article relating to white-collar crime and the seeming difficulty the State has in prosecuting such cases. I have always had some difficulty in seeing my circumstances as being similar to the other cases that I’m continually bracketed with. At the basic level I have a tax dispute that hasn’t yet been before the tax court. The dispute essentially relates to whether profits are of a capital or of a revenue nature. If I’m correct, then no tax is due, as capital gains tax did not exist at the time that the profits were earned. The fraud allegations made by the Commissioner were subsequently bolstered by exchange control allegations that are similar in nature, and are critically dependent on the Commissioner’s version of my tax affairs being upheld. I may be wrong, but I fail to see that my situation can be equated to white-collar crime.