Archive for the ‘Tax Law’ Category

Judge files Browns’ appeal

Tax evaders intended challenge in January
By Margot Sanger-Katz | Concord Monitor

Notice of Ed and Elaine Brown’s desire to appeal their tax evasion convictions has been sent along to the federal appeals court in Boston, even though the couple have not indicated that they want to appeal.

The Browns, who have been holed up in their fortified Plainfield home for several months, have said on radio broadcasts and internet postings that they are returning any government mail unopened and have described the court as a “fiction” unworthy of their attention. They have not sent any new documents to the court since their sentencing hearing April 24. Read the rest of this entry »

Schulz’s Letter to the IRS

Mr. Robert L. Schulz
2458 Ridge Road
Queensbury, New York 12804

June 17, 2002

Mr. Charles O. Rossotti, Commissioner
Internal Revenue Service
1111 Constitution Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20224

Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service
Andover, Massachusetts 05501

Dear Sirs,

I respectfully request that this statement, together with its six attachments be included in and made a part of my individual file at the Internal Revenue Service.

On April 15, 2002 I filed a Form 4868, “Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File U.S. Individual Income Tax Return,” for the year 2001.

This statement is submitted to you in lieu of a tax return (Form 1040) for the years 2001, 2002 and for all future years.

Based on the information contained and referred to in Attachments 1-6, I believe the federal income tax to be fraudulent in its origin and illegal in its operation.

Based on the information contained and referred to in Attachments 1-6, I believe the IRS lacks the legal authority to force employers to withhold the income tax from the paychecks of its employees or to force most Americans, including me, to file a tax return and to pay the income tax.

I love my country, but based on the information contained and referred to in Attachments 1-6, I despise my government, which is promoting anarchy, rebellion, and lawlessness, which I oppose.
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BATF/IRS — Criminal Fraud

William Cooper | CAJI News Service

The powers of the Federal government of the united States of America are clearly enumerated in the Constitution. It is strictly forbidden to have a direct tax that is un-apportioned.

If the Federal government legitimately possessed the power to lay a direct un-apportioned tax, then there would be no need for a Constitution because the government could tax whomever they pleased, at whatever rate they demand and have powers that extend beyond its Constitutional limitations.

“The Congress shall have Power to Lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and Excise, to Pay the Debts and provide for the common Defense and general Welfare of the United States; but all Duties, Imposts and excises shall be uniform throughout the United States”

– The Constitution for the United States of America,
Article 1, Section 8, paragraph 1.

” No Capitation or other direct, Tax shall be laid, unless in Proportion to the Census or Enumeration hereinbefore directed to be taken.”

– The Constitution for the United States of America,
Article 1, Section 9, paragraph 4. Read the rest of this entry »

The Fair Tax Fraud

Laurence Vance | Ludwig von Mises Institute

Since my recent article on the evils of the withholding tax, I have been inundated with e-mails by supporters of the ” FairTax,” including a request that I endorse “The Fair Tax Act of 2005” currently pending in the Congress. But like the calls for “fair trade” instead of “free trade,” the FairTax is a fraud because it is based on the fallacy that government theft (taxation) should be done in a “fair” manner instead of eliminated altogether. Read the rest of this entry »

Beating the illegally run IRS in the legal system.

End Tax SlaveryWhile researching the Internal Revenue Service and their lack of authority to collect taxes on wages, I came accross an interesting discussion thread and message board in which non-taxpayers discuss their run-ins with the IRS.

Many of the people on this forum are quite well informed about matters of law; much can be learned from a review of these cases involving the IRS.

The forum can be accessed here:

Please send copies of this post, or at least share the url, with all of your friends and associates who are non-taxpayers.

In case some of you have not heard, earlier this month, an American Citizen employed by Mitsubishi Motors, who was charged with and indicted on Willful failure to file tax returns, and tax evasion, and was accused by a Grand Jury of violating 26 USC 7201 and 26 USC 7203, had all of the 6 charges against him dismissed WITH PREJUDICE, after the USG attorneys learned that as part of his defense, his attorney would be introducing the Paperwork Reduction Act and the IRS’s repeated failures to comply with that positive enacted law. Read the rest of this entry »