Pornography mogul Larry Flynt and Hustler magazine took out a full-page ad in the Washington Post on Sunday in which he offers a $1 million bounty for anyone who can bring him information on Mitt Romney’s tax returns, ABC News reported.
Flynt, the publisher of Hustler who in the 1960s offered rewards to debunk the congressional investigation into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, offered the $1 million reward for anyone who can bring information on the Republican presidential nominee’s "unreleased tax returns and/or details of his offshore assets, bank accounts, and business partnerships," according to ABC News.
"What is he hiding?" the ad asks. The ad includes Flynt’s contact information.
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Flynt, a Democrat, offered $1 million in 2011 for evidence of infidelity from then-Republican presidential candidate Gov. Rick Perry.
The Flynt ad comes as the FBI and Secret Service are investigating alleged stolen copies of Romney’s tax returns. In that case, a person has tried to blackmail Romney for $1 million. Romney’s accounting firm says no records have been taken.
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