Time: Wed Dec 17 16:30:20 1997
To: Rodrig2 <Rodrig2@aol.com>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: your thoughts

No one ever obtained permission from the
author to put "The Federal Zone" on the
Internet, so you appear to be in possession
of stolen property.  I am sorry to be so
blunt, but if you didn't pay for it,
contrary to the restrictions stated in
the Preface, then you have stolen it.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 05:53 PM 12/17/97 EST, you wrote:
>Hi there,
>I wrote to you actually 8 mos ago via mail to the address furnished on line in
>the Federal Zone, but my mail was returned.  I thought maybe you had
>dissappeared or moved, but now I find you again!  Wohoo!!!!!!!!!  Thank you
>for your book, The Federal Zone and placing the entire book on-line.  What a
>treat!  My husband and I both read it word for word and even printed it out to
>give to a friend.  I have come accross another article that is very well
>written as well, and it takes a completely different approach.  I thought the
>article was great and had heard some of the presented materials before.  I was
>wondering about the non-resident alien info and the form 2555.  Have you seen
>this and if so, what do you think.  You take the stance we are all non-
>resident aliens with respect to the tax code if we are living and working in
>on of the 50 States of the Union correct?  I am very confused on this issue.
>I appreciate any claification you may have.  Also, if on were to get a request
>for form 1040 from the IRS, what would be a proper response to this?
>Warm regards,

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