Former top spy given two-year suspended sentence and told to donate €200,000 to charity after shortchanging state of millions

The former German spy Werner Mauss has been given a two-year suspended sentence and ordered to donate €200,000 (£180,000) to charity after he was convicted of tax evasion.

The 77-year-old, who has been called the “German James Bond”, was found guilty of stashing undeclared assets in offshore accounts and shortchanging the state of millions in taxes between 2002 and 2011.

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