More people who really believed in the tax protestor literature,
who followed it to the letter, and then was either sent to prison for tax evasion,
or sanctioned or fined for asserting a stupid theory in court, or had some goofy
case against the IRS dismissed, etc. These cases demonstrate conclusively that
irrespective of what the scam artists who sell the tax protestor materials tell
you, the only thing that will happen is that you will get creamed by the IRS
in court. Oh, and you will also have lost the money you paid for the materials,
your defense attorney's fees, the value of your lost time fighting the IRS,
and your reputation as a sensible individual.
Article -- The IRS' desire to become more customer-friendly has opened
the doors for potential tax evaders.
Department Files Suit to Halt the Sale of Illegal Tax Plans -- Joseph
N. Sweet and his company EDM enterprises devised a scam where they sell
books telling their co-workers not to pay income tax. The treasury lost
about $6.5 million in revenue through this scam.
California Thinking -- Julian Swig seeks to start a resistance to income
tax by asking people to withhold their taxes and not give the "voluntary"
gift to the federal government. According to her, volunteering the money
somehow creates the tax for everyone.
of the Article III Court(s) -- Crazed lawyer seeks help in finding an
Article III Federal Court in which to petition her tax grievances. Where
are they hiding those things?
Q&A -- Can anything be done about the "money-hiding tax havens?"
scams -- We appreciate any emails regarding scams new to us. This letter
points out the website http://www.allaboutfreedom.net
and its fraudulent way to duck income tax.
Courts --One mind-boggling argument for the division of districts in
them straight -- More Q&A about the Article III Courts.
Representative Dave Camp-R-Michigan -- Constituent questions requirement
to pay income taxes.
Rogers v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue -- Failure to file tax returns
from 1995-1997 was found by the court to be unreasonable.
Stovall, Attorney General v. Michael C. Cooper, et al -- Stovall accuses
Cooper and his partners of running a pyramid scheme that is "misrepresented
by their principles as legitimate."
Congress Foundation -- A $10,000.00 donation will be made to the Free
Congress Foundation with evidence regarding IRS laws. Included is another
letter from our favorite attorney- Julian Swig.
Dye, et al v. IRS Employees, et al -- Read about 12 people that thought
they had the upper hand against the IRS. They might as well wage battle
against the mafia.
v. Her Majesty the Queen -- Canada's tax court rules against a couple
that wanted to deduct losses from a marketing scheme. Unfortunately, there
was no expectation of profit, so they are screwed.
Tax Requirements -- Just so everyone knows.
for Frivolous Income Tax Appeal -- If you don't pay your taxes, at least
have the proof that you are not subject to pay them. It's not rocket science!
Flag of the
Republic -- Trash talking California. At least his last line is quite
v. Department of Revenue -- Husband and wife get nailed for claiming
their wages were not income.
for Freedom and Prosperity -- Recommendations to assist low-tax jurisdictions
in protecting sovereignty tax systems were issued in a meeting of the OECD
and Laura Gavigan v. U.S.A -- District Court laughs at a couple claiming
their wages were not taxable income. The court also refused to repay them
for IRS penalties for claiming such idiotic returns.
and Dorthea Joling v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue -- Couple claims
no liability for income tax because their businesses were not subject to
excise taxes. What is it with the people on the west coast?
Committee News -- Details about the hearing for internet tax schemes,
scams, and cons.
tax protestor -- Read and be amazed.
Mail Letter 2 -- Tax protestors who are mad at us for telling people
the truth about their scams, and in the meantime, slandering their operations
and ideas. It's not our fault God forgot to give you a brain. We just make
fun of you for it.
Mail Letter 3 -- More mean people and letters from the nuthouse.
Mail Letter 4 -- Scammers trying to discredit this site by claiming
we are part of the establishment conspiracy.
Mail Letter 5 -- Fed up with all the stupidity, the people on the mailing
list of the scammers plead to be taken off. We would plead the same if the
letters were not so darn amusing. Keep sending us your comments scammers,
we don't mind.
Mail Letter 6 -- Don't even drag Bob Dylan into this one!!!
Bankers Assn. v. Schultz -- Indiana is not part of the United States?
What are they smoking, and where can I get some?
Activities -- Basically, don't mess with the IRS!
Arguments for Noncompliance with the tax laws -- Yes, you are still
required to pay taxes. Why do these people think they are exempt?
L. Johnson v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue -- Not only did the plaintiff
have to pay her taxes, she also has to pay fees because her lawyer unjustly
delayed the trial.
Lotta Hatin' Goin On -- Our favorite lawyer is at it again with some
comrades looking to argue with just about anyone willing to argue
back, even the IRS.
Liberty, and Stupidity -- Yet more Julian and her shenanigans. I like
how they still use the name Quatloos, haven't they figured out who runs
the site yet?
Letter -- Evaders still trying to find a way, any way, out of paying
Raid Home -- Mail fraud, money laundering, and pyramid schemes will
not only get you time in jail, but they sent 30 federal agents to this house.
Letter -- Do not let anyone from the company Renaissance file your tax
returns. They are known scammers, and bad ones at that.
E. Lundy Appeal to California State Board of Equalization -- You
have to prove your numbers are correct or you have no chance in court.
Division of Tax Appeals -- James E. Ellett could not prove he was exempt
from federal income tax in the state of New York claiming "New York
is a separate nation with respect to the U.S."
J. and Ruth I. Quinnel v. Wisconsin Department of Revenue -- A heavy
fine and extreme embarrassment was given to two idiotic protestors.
Enforcement Program -- This is an interesting homepage for all those
crazy protestors to read before they attempt to scam the U.S. Government.
State Board of Equalization -- Jose G. Nunez decided to try his luck
against the state of California. To his dismay, the board not only laughed
at him for such a ridiculous appeal, they fined him for it.
R. Owens Letter D-NY -- In this letter, Rep. Owens criticizes efforts
made by the OECD to rein in low tax jurisdictions.
A. Parlan appeal -- Yet another California resident seeking to dodge
taxes. Surprise surprise! He lost as well.
v. Richard J. Parris -- Nailed for writing a book showing unhappy taxpayers
a way, illegal of course, to drastically lower taxes.
Tax Department case -- A man claims he is not a citizen of Virginia,
he is an "American Non-immigrant natural born free Citizen" instead.
I wish it were that easy to get out of taxes.
Ramesha v. Her Majesty the Queen -- They chose not pay taxes because
there were no businesses or source of income, yet they both ran businesses
the claim did not receive a single sale in two years.
Les R. Reid
Appeal -- Californians sure are tight-asses when it comes to taxes.
Rowley Appeal -- Yet another Californian gets nailed!
and Vincent Sainato -- Brothers sentenced to jail for refusing to file
a report for $15 million they earned through 11 trucking and construction
of Kansas v. Michael C. Cooper, et al. -- The court charges Mr. Cooper
with creating a pyramid scheme with his company Renaissance TTP.
of Provision -- This doesn't have anything to do with tax protestors,
but I think it's interesting.
Lawyer Letter -- Julian rambles on and on and on and on and on...
H. Taylor v. James E. Gaither, et al. -- Frivolous suit filed against
his employer who had "garnished his wages to collect taxes."
Tax Appeal Board -- Appeal Board denies church exemption on property
tax. Hey, isn't that what the offering is supposed to be for??
-- Warning on Scams from your friends at the IRS.
Paul Stout, et al. -- Mr. Stout didn't pay taxes for 8 years so the
government is given the green light to foreclose his property.
Procedures for Furnishing Technical Advice -- To much dismay, frivolous
issues will no longer be advised by the IRS.
USA -- 5th Amendment questioned by this noble tax idiot who filed a
return on the basis that there is no legal authority requiring him to pay
Tax Protestors -- List of amendments tax scammers try to use to sway
taxpayers to participate in their scams.
Facts -- They just keep leading us on...
Service Halts Tax Rebate Rip-off -- Tax Rebate Scam exposed.
IRS Warning -- "The law does not allow such a refund of Social
Security taxes paid, and the IRS will contact taxpayers filing these claims."
IRS -- "Petition to quash summonses dismissed."