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Getting your IRS criminal issue in front of a Federal Grand Jury

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  • dave
    How does the IRS get it before a grand jury and convict? Answer: A pattern of behavior with an associated pattern of evidence. Why not use the same thing on
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 26, 2010
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      How does the IRS get it before a grand jury and convict? Answer: A pattern
      of behavior with an associated pattern of evidence. Why not use the same
      thing on them? Take a revenue officer….find a few people he’s targeted …and
      whammo.



      For example consider “willful misconduct” which the IRS is famous for using.
      Scroll back a post or two and find it. Highlight the key
      words….mislead….conceal….substantial evidence…violation of a known legal
      duty. Now apply it to them.



      By willfully sending forms—such forms intended to be used for the government
      of the United States or those upon the territory owned by and ceded to the
      United States of America--onto innocent and ignorant parties that have no
      nexus to same, with an intention to mislead and conceal, your agents are
      violating a known legal duty. The substantial amount of these forms serves
      as evidence of same. So pervasive is the propaganda and general ignorance of
      the general population’s legal counsel, that their misapplication is “made
      possible only because the wrongdoer agent is clothed with the authority of
      (territorial) law”. [Walsh, 194 F.3d at 51].
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