Ex-PwC Employee Discovers Just How Limiting a Career-Limiting Move Supporting Terrorism Can Be

Have you been entertaining the thought of giving the spreadsheets a rest and offering your support to a known terrorist organization?

For those with their hands up, you might like to know that ex-PwC senior manager Sabirhan Hasanoff opted for this route and it has not gone so well. He was found guilty last June of supporting al-Qaida and today he was sentenced to 18 years in prison — two short of the maximum sentence — thereby ending any Big 4 boomerang plans he may have had. 

Granted, no two career paths are the same but the judge wanted to "send a deterrent message" in case, so tread lightly.

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