Lawyer Investigates IRS


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shrubkiller

The link to this story is broken ( I wonder why)

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Attorney Challenges Income Tax Law Constitutional History in the
Making


The story began over a decade ago when a friend told Cryer that the
income tax was a sham. Cryer did not believe a word of it and thought
his friend had gone off the deep end. Learning that his friend had
decided to stop filing tax returns, Cryer determined to research the
matter, show his friend where he was wrong, and keep him from getting
in trouble with the IRS. That is how a two-year research project
began, but it did not turn out the way Cryer expected. Sporting a wry
grin, Cryer said "That just goes to show you that no good deed goes
unpunished."
His research not only included the tax laws themselves, but went past
the first income tax in 1861 to the drafting of the Constitution and
included reading hundreds of cases, Congressional archives and tax
laws from 1913 to present. Cryer learned that although his friend had
only a piece of the picture, he was right. "The Tax Code and its
regulations are carefully and," he adds, "ingeniously crafted to
deceive," said Cryer. He explains that the answer is not in what the
laws say, but rather in what they do not say, and those provisions
that are revealing are either hidden within tons of verbiage or behind
double and triple negatives. And, more importantly, he says, he knows
why.

So Cryer decided he would also stop filing returns and would challenge
the IRS if and when it came to call. Cryer said "Once you've taken an
oath to uphold the Constitution and the law, obeying the law is only
half the job. You also have to be willing to fight for it. I've not
only sworn to fight for the Constitution as an attorney, as a former
officer in the Army I've sworn to die for it." In 2001 they came,
demanding information and returns. Cryer advised them that if they
could show him any law making him liable or making his revenues
taxable he would file any tax returns required by the law. They could
not show him any law.

Posted Feb 22, 2007 07:24 AM PST
Category: TAXES
 
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PV

The link to this story is broken ( I wonder why)

Those interested may try using search engines to find out more.
<snip>

Found many links on Google. Another conspiracy shot to hell

LOL

PV
 
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scott s.

(e-mail address removed) wrote in @t69g2000cwt.googlegroups.com:
The link to this story is broken ( I wonder why)

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Attorney Challenges Income Tax Law Constitutional History in the
Making
October 26, 2006
http://www.usdoj.gov/usao/law

Shreveport, Louisiana . . .TOMMY K. CRYER, age 57, of Shreveport, has
been indicted by a federal grand jury on tax evasion charges, United
States Attorney Donald W. Washington announced today.
CRYER is charged in the indictment with two counts of tax evasion. The
indictment alleges that during calendar year 2000 and 2001, CRYER, an
attorney in Shreveport, attempted to evade payment of income tax to the
Internal Revenue Service (IRS). It is alleged in the indictment that
CRYER created a trust, listing himself as the trustee, and received
payments of dividends, interest and stock income to that trust. The
indictment further alleges that CRYER concealed his receipt of these
sources of income from the IRS by failing to file a tax return on behalf
of that trust. The amount of loss to the IRS is approximately $73,000.
If convicted, CRYER faces up to 5 years in prison, a $250,000 fine, or
both, on each count.
An indictment is merely an accusation and a defendant is presumed
innocent unless and until proven guilty. Defendants are entitled to a
presumption of innocence under the law, and the government has the burden
of proving every element of the charges beyond a reasonable doubt. This
case was investigated by the Internal Revenue Service, Criminal
Investigation, and is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Earl M.
Campbell

scott s.
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Nobody

PV said:
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Found many links on Google. Another conspiracy shot to hell

LOL
Shrubkiller is actually Ronnie Hamilton, another well known kook.
 
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bunghole-jonnie

Shrubkiller is actually Ronnie Hamilton, another well known kook.


nobody is actually nobrainy an incontinent, senile, old, fart who
wears his DEPENDS on his head if his wife doesn't dress him in the
morning.
 

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