Bit by bit the house of cards falls, these
are the cards that have prevented Heaven on Earth,. Here is another
one of the cards that have just recently fallen.....
those provisions of the Code unconstitutional on their face, the court, in
effect, nullified key enforcement provisions of the Internal Revenue Code,
stripping the IRS of much of its power to compel compliance with its
administrative demands for personal and private property. The court
characterized IRS summonses issued under Section 7602 as mere “requests.”
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This decision will begin the unraveling process of a real
terrorist organization that has been responisible for thousands of suicides,
countless broken homes and divorces. A totally illeagal organization that has
impoiverished a nation to service the debt caused by the Federal Reserve which
is none other than a very private banking consortium. Not one damn dime of
the 16 trillion that are collected every year goes to support our nation's
infrastructure. Never has.
When you affix your address to the 'label'
indicated on the 1040 you are in effect producing a 'codicil' which revokes and
becomes superior to your 'last will and testament.' Such clever dudes.
January 29, 2005 Dramatic Development:
U.S. Court of Appeals Rules IRS
Cannot Apply Force
Against A Tax Payer
Without A Court Order
Free To Ignore An IRS Summons
Queensbury, NY –
On January 25, 2005, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit held
that taxpayers cannot be compelled by the IRS to turn over personal and
private property to the IRS, absent a federal court order.
Quoting from the decision (Schulz v. IRS, Case No.
“...absent an effort to seek enforcement
through a federal court, IRS summonses apply no force to taxpayers, and no
consequence whatever can befall a taxpayer who refuses, ignores, or
otherwise does not comply with an IRS summons until that summons is backed
by a federal court order…[a taxpayer] cannot be held in contempt, arrested,
detained, or otherwise punished for refusing to comply with the original IRS
summons, no matter the taxpayer's reasons, or lack of reasons for so
The court went on to say that the federal courts
are there to protect taxpayers from an “overreaching” IRS, and that the IRS
must go through the federal courts before force can be applied on anyone by
the IRS to turn over personal and private property to the IRS.
Key Enforcement Provisions Of
Internal Revenue Code Nullified
The paragraphs above begin a press release that will be sent to
thousands of media outlets and influential individuals across the nation over
the next several days.
The evolution of this lawsuit, Schulz v.
IRS, has played an integral role in the execution of the Right-to-Petition
lawsuit strategy and may soon, after the conclusive and far-reaching decision
of the Appellate Court, provide the legal basis necessary to finalize, and
secure jurisdiction over the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of
Justice to answer our claims of constitutional
their decision in this case brought by WTP Chairman Bob Schulz, the court has
expressly recognized that the IRS, as has been asserted in the
Right-to-Petition lawsuit, routinely violates people's Due Process rights in
their day-to-day administrative practices. As such, the findings of the Second
Circuit firmly establish for the (D.C.) District Court the substance of the
causes of action put forth in our Right-to-Petition lawsuit.
coming days, WTP Chairman Bob Schulz will make further statements about these
unfolding events and detail our assertive plans to generate widespread public
awareness of our efforts, and our success.
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