17684RE: [tips_and_tricks] Re: I had to deliver Peter Hendrickson at noon today to Milan FCI.
- Jul 2, 2010
> We've got to get out of this naive mindset that thinks that justIn my own reading of the above cases, I saw lots of agreement that the
> because we haven't been to court to make these arguments that no one
> else has. I'm not saying we can't make the argument. I'm just saying
> that at this late stage of the game we have to anticipate and study
> out what has already happened in the courts and be totally prepared to
> deal with it. We need to go to court recognizing that the DOJ/IRS has
> been setting out over the years and getting these precedents put in
> place in anticipation of unskilled and inexperienced litigants coming
> to court to make arguments that have already been dealt with
> previously by the courts. Bear
defendant was a "taxpayer". There was most likely also proof on the
record that they had also claimed to be a "resident".
In my own studies, the status of resident has that of a corporate
character. Here in California it is described as being here "on more
than a temporary basis". Like Coca-Cola and the federal government.
They hope. And it is a matter of intent as well. Coke and the federal
government may actually fail to be here on more than a temporary basis,
but it is the intention that seals it. Now, on the other hand, I know I
am mortal and cannot hope to be here on more than a temporary basis.
Nobody has argued with me about it yet. I rely upon it as a true state
of the law as expressed in California's own statutes and codes.
I cannot agree that I am a resident. I cannot obtain proof that I am!!
I would have to lie about it on a paper with my signature under a jurat
to get false proof that I am one!
But I would like a dollar for everyone I meet who will claim to be one!
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