Re: Another Official Stripped of Official Character! Yeah! :-)
- Sunday 1 May 2011
The first time I decided to take on the IRS,
over 10 years ago, I was very apprehensive.
With each letter of challenge sent, and with
each non-response to the challenges, I began
to realize they were all bark, however
Currently, I decided to challenge the county
for what it is being demanded of me to pay
property taxes, and how was the value so
In the challenge, I employed the FF IMOC,.
informing the county treasurer that she
lacked the constitutional oath of office,
and unless it could be shown otherwise,
the office was vacant. In fact, it looks
like her signature was forged, for it is
quite different from the "signature"
provided on the tax assessment bills.
My Notice and Demand letters were addressed
to her personally, c/o the county treasurer's
office address. She has yet to respond to
any of the three letters sent. I did receive
a response, but from the COOK COUNTY TREASURER'S
OFFICE, with no signature. Heh, heh...
The long point here is the value of this
particular case cite, [not site or sight],
and how it can be used to enhance one's
letter-writing campaign against the actors
in question to give more bite to the content.
Thank you, Bear, and I hope others see the
importance and relevance in putting the
information to capital use.