It would have been a regular Tuesday night, had it not been for a late phone call. The man was polite and (relatively) calm. He introduced himself clearly, and told me he was a lawyer.
He said his client, who owned a door making company, is being questioned by the tax police in his own office, behind closed doors and no lawyers are allowed in.
He said the officers failed to give their names, and mumbled that they come within a framework of an investigation into a different company suspected of money laundering, which had a deal of some sort with the door makers.