Fwd: [tips_and_tricks] IRS audit-
Have you been to a "trial" in a court of "law" lately? The judge tells the jury what to do-and how to do it. The jury neither "determines the law as well as the facts"-the "impersonator" in the black dress" does that -wake up! H(s)he tells the jury how to think, what to think-and not to think, and when to think it. There is no room for the jury to be "impartial". You fell for the fairy-tail that people are "innocent until proven guilty"-sooo sorry-if that was true, then why do you have to post bail?? I have seen the system in action-I would invite you to go witness what passes nowadays as fair and impartial "justice"-you will not hold a view of "fair and impartial trial by jury" ever again-
In a message dated 2/4/2007 6:53:43 AM Pacific Standard Time, vigilespaladin@... writes:
Just show up. If you have intentionally committed
a crime, they IRS has to prove this beyond
reasonable doubt in a court of law where the jurors
determine the law as well as the facts.