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  • violosity
    I just recieved this from Richard James McDonald. Maybe its time to line up all the IRS s solders for the 7433 Guillatine. 5000 lawsuits getting filed in the
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 1, 2003
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      I just recieved this from Richard James McDonald. Maybe its time to
      line up all the IRS's solders for the 7433 Guillatine. 5000 lawsuits
      getting filed in the next few weeks might pull this fight out of the
      back ally and into the street....for all to witness. Violosity

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      Subject: 7433 * another remedy
      >
      >
      > > 7433 is the suit against IRS agents for violation of rights and
      acting
      > > outside the law. It was enhanced by Restructuring and Reform
      Act of
      > > 1998 to increase the damage awards.
      > >
      > > Subject: what is a 26 USC 7433 lawsuit?
      > >
      > > After filing a 26 USC 7433 suit Mrs. Shaw received a refund
      > > of all money collected and the remaining tax liability
      > > was abated.
      > > Shaw v. U.S., 20 F.3d 182 (5th Cir. 1994); 1994.C05.
      > > 1312 <http://www.versuslaw.com/>
      > >
      > > After filing a 26 USC 7433 suit the government
      > > dismissed the criminal action against the 7433 plaintiff.
      > > Fishburn v. Brown No.94-01332 (6th Cir. 1997); 1997.C06.304
      > > (<http://www.versuslaw.com/>
      > >
      > > After filing a 26 USC 7433 suit the IRS returned a
      > > seized Cadillac.
      > > Washington v. U.S., No. 91-15224 (9th Cir.1992);
      > > 1992.C09.3293 <http://www.versuslaw.com/>
      > >
      > > After filing a 26 USC 7433 suit the propriety of
      > > defendant's calculation of plaintiffs? tax liability was resolved
      > > in plaintiffs' favor in tax court,
      > > *** Tempelman v. U.S., No. 93-2337 (1st Cir. 1994); 1994.C01.974
      > > http://www.versuslaw.com/>
      > >
      > > After filing a 26 USC 7433 suit an injunction
      > > restricting state court filings was vacated.
      > > Tempelman v. U.S., No. 93-2337 (1st
      > > Cir. 1994); 1994.C01.974 <http://www.versuslaw.com/>
      > >
      > > After filing a 26 USC 7433 suit improperly levied
      > > funds were returned.
      > > Ra mond v. U.S., No. 92-5569 (6th Cir. 1993);
      > > 1993.C06.95 <http://www.versuslaw.com/>
      > >
      > > eBay item 3544809406 (Ends Aug-22-03 11:32:46 PDT) -
      > > Make the IRS Call Off the Do... Page 3 of 5
      > >
      > > After filing a 26 USC 7433 suit the government
      > > conceded that an assessment was erroneous and released its'
      liens.
      > > Miller v. U.S., 813 F. Supp. (N.d. Cal. 1992).
      > >
      > > After filing a 26 USC 7433 suit the government
      > > provided the forms during the litigation that
      > > they had previously refused to.
      > > Ball v. U.S., No. 94-2125 (7th Cir. 1995); 1995.C07.294
      > > <http://www.versuslawcom/>
      > >
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