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  • Bob Conlon
    Nov 3, 2010
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      Bob, good observation about the elimination of district directors but then you go on to say this:�

      No laws and regulations exist to provide for other entities to assume these functions.

      This is actually not true. When the�IRS�got rid of the position,� they did�it illegally. It was illegal because�RRA98, the very law they used as an excuse to eliminate the position, actually established a statutory requirement for the position to exist!

      In section 3445 of Public Law 105-206 you'll find the statutory requirement.

      Go here and search for 3445: http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=105_cong_bills&docid=f:h2676enr.txt.pdf

      At paragraph (b)�of that section, read the amendment to�Section 6334(e) and you'll find�it.


      This is clear evidence of the "entity formerly known as the IRS" lawbreaking.� Why do we let�them get away with this?�


      The fraud is much bigger than just this cancellation.� The original TO 150-06 was issued in 1953 without authority.

      Canvassing for taxes owed and collection of taxes is the responsibility of district directors and directors of Regional Service Centers, but the districts, service centers and their directors were disestablished in 2001.  No laws and regulations exist to provide for other entities to assume these functions.
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