FORMER Fiji Revenue and Customs Authority senior tax assessor Robin Surya was found guilty by the three assessors.
Mr Surya, who was charged with one count of money laundering, appeared before High Court judge Justice Paul Madigan who will deliver his verdict on Monday.
Allegedly, while Mr Surya was an FRCA employee, he falsified the tax return documents of eight people who later became immunity witnesses.
The court heard that some time in 2008, Mr Surya befriended one Abdul Aziz (aka Jimmy) during a boxing match.
In his closing submission, Mr Surya's lawyer, Filimoni Vosarogo, told the court it was Jimmy who introduced all seven other people to Mr Surya.
Mr Vosarogo said every time there was money to be collected from FRCA, Jimmy would accompany his relatives and friends to collect the cheque from Mr Surya.
Mr Vosarogo said a state witness told the court it was normal for FRCA members to lodge tax return forms on behalf of their family and then follow up on the lodgment process, thus fast-tracking its lodgment.
He said most lodgments don't normally follow the six-week lodging process but could be lodged and processed in a day or two.
In his police interview, Mr Surya was asked 700 questions and gave 700 answers.
He has been remanded in custody.