Prosecution for fraud

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Posted by Toney A on September 10, 1997 at 08:45:32:

There is no doubt in my mind, nor, I suspect in many of yours, that the IRS is perpetrating an enormous fraud on the people of the United States of America.

I have read, and continue to read, that the ways to challenge the IRS about income taxes include issues of jurisdiction, the legal existence of the IRS, the lawfulness of Title 26, etc. All of these issues arise in concluding that income tax for most citizens is simply illegal. Yet the language in Title 26, to a layman (which I am), unless read through the lens of a law dictionary and with tenacious persistence, seems to say that we do HAVE to pay taxes. Moreover, the forms which the IRS conveniently sends us each year are carefully constructed to tell the truth - but not the whole truth. If they told the whole truth we wouldn't be having the problems we are having. Almost everyone would conclude that they have no tax liability.

Since these issues are so clear to me (a layman) I would like to challenge those of you out there who are extremely competent in the law (names like Larry Becraft and Paul Mitchell immediately come to my mind, but there must be hundreds of others) to mount a class action criminal prosecution of the Secretary of the Treasury and the Commissioner of the IRS and all their delegates and assigns for FRAUD! I don't even know if such a thing is possible, but the individual challenges we make about our tax liability are like pin pricks to an elephant.

The efficacy of large-scale, organized challenges to such lawlessness is well known. The efficacy of one-by-one challenges, what we are currently doing, "ain't gonna cut it".

Are we going to sink or are we going to swim?

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