Posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on June 25, 1998 at 09:45:24:
In Reply to: Re: 2 IRS Agents Expose it all posted by [redacted] on June 24, 1998 at 18:11:21:
: : I appreciate your comments. Now let me ask you a some questions. Since you were IRS agents you should be able to answer these questions:
: : 1. Are IRS agents or Special Agents employees of the Federal Government?
: There are two departments within the IRS. There is the Civil division and then there is the Criminal Division. All IRS employees are employees of the government
Where in Title 31 is "Internal Revenue Service"
listed as a bureau or department under the
U.S. Department of the Treasury?
Please cite the specific statute.
Then compare "The Cooper File" in the
Supreme Law Library, for refutation.
/s/ Paul Mitchell
and pay taxes just like everyone else. The IRS also has Special Agents which serve under the criminal part of the law dealing with anybody who evades taxes on over a million dollars worth of income.
: Money laundering is also a major felony investigated by the IRS. Special Agents not only pay taxes but are audited to make sure they file correctly.
: 2. Do IRS agents pay income taxes?
Evidently, they have NOT been reporting
kick-backs to/from the Performance Management
and Recognition System. Those payments
were made in cash.
: Yes. Many IRS employess receive regular audits.
: : 3. Do IRS agents have an oath of office, and, if so how can I get a copy of it?
: Some, most notably the Criminal Division, has an oath of office. It should be a matter of public record. Check with your local library to find out more information.
: : 4. Do you know if 'agents' ever question why the IRS is not listed under the U.S. Department of the Treasury in the US Code?
: The IRS is regulated and created by Congress.
Please cite the precise Act of Congress
which created the "Internal Revenue Service."
The burden is now upon you to prove that
such an Act of Congress exists, within
the Statutes at Large.
We have not been able to find it, after
See NOTICE OF INTENT TO PETITION FOR LEAVE
TO INSTITUTE QUO WARRANTO PROCEEDINGS
in People v. United States, in the
Supreme Law Library.
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell
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