Re: [tips_and_tricks] Tax Protester Losses
- Walter P.Mann III is mentioned in the following document:
Frog Farmer wrote:
P.S. If you can ever find materials produced by "Walter Mann III" he was a genius at administrative law and I got all my tips from reading his material that belonged to a friend many years ago. I don't have it and do not know where to get it now. But I read it then, and once was enough.
- I will certainly concur with the practice as written by Roger
> I can comment on the Hattman case, since I brought it. Thecourt > shamelessly dodged my issues while hurling its usual ad
hominem "tax > protester'' label at me. . . . In my cases before the
TC I watched > judges squirm and in one case lose control when I
cornered them on > this issue. The Circuit Court likewise could
not address the issue > either. These courts love to sound high and
mighty, slapping us > ignoramuses who have audacity to use the
courts without a BARfly, but > to really understand the case you need
to read the papers filed.
The appellate courts will ignore the only issue appealed if they
cannot find some legal ground to refute it and it would jeopardize
the collection of revenue. Constitutional issues will be ignored if
the Department of Revenue might be inconvenienced by their extortion
of revenue. The law library does not have the addresses of the
parties smeared by the Opinions so the case can be investigated. The
courts are akin to the Mafia protecting their crimes.