Is our Government involved in criminal fraud? : LUSENET : TB2K spinoff uncensored : One Thread

B.A.T.F. / IRS > > CRIMINAL FRAUD > > by William Cooper > CAJI News Service- Exclusive > > "The Congress shall have Power to Lay and collect Taxes, Duties, > Imposts and Excise, to Pay the Debts and provide for the common > Defense and general Welfare of the United States; but all Duties, > Imposts and excises shall be uniform throughout the United States;" > The Constitution for the United States of America, Article 1, Section > 8, paragraph 1. > > " No Capitation or other direct, Tax shall be laid, unless in > Proportion to the Census or Enumeration hereinbefore directed to be > taken." > The Constitution for the United States of America, Article 1, Section > 9, paragraph 4. > > CAJI Investigation > > Investigation of the alleged Internal Revenue Service and the > Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms has disclosed a broad, > premeditated conspiracy to defraud the Citizens (freemen) of the united > States of America. Examination of the United States Code, the Code of > Federal Regulations, The Statutes at Large, Congressional record, The > Federal Register, and Internal Revenue manuals, too numerous to list, > reveals a crime of such magnitude, that words cannot adequately > describe the betrayal of the American people. What we have uncovered > has clearly been designed to circumvent the limitations of the > Constitution for the united States and implement the COMMUNIST > MANIFESTO within the 50 States. Marx and Engles claimed that in the > effort to create a classless society, a "GRADUATED INCOME TAX" could be > used as a weapon to destroy the middle class. > > THE ART OF ILLUSION > > Magic is the art of illusion. Those who practice magic are called > "Magi". They have created a web of obfuscation and confusion in the > Law. When the courts have ruled them unconstitutional or unlawful they > merely stepped outside JURISDICTION AND VENUE. By fooling the people > they continued the Crime. These Magicians have convinced Americans > that we have a status we do not. We are led to believe we must do > things that are not required. Through the clever use of language the > government promotes FRAUD. > > NOT CREATED BY CONGRESS > > The Bureau of Internal Revenue, and the alleged Internal Revenue > Service were not created by Congress. These are not organizations or > agencies of the Department of the Treasury or of the federal government > They appear to be operated through pure trusts administered by the > Secretary of the Treasury ( the Trustee ). The Settler of the trusts > and the Beneficiary or Beneficiaries are Unknown. According to the law > governing Trusts, the Information does not have to be revealed. (?) > > NOT FOUND IN 31 USC > > The organization of the Department of the Treasury can be found in > 31 United States Code, Chapter 3, beginning on page 7. You will not > find the Bureau of Internal Revenue, the Internal Revenue Service, The > Secret Service or the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and firearms listed. > > We learned that the Bureau of Internal Revenue, internal revenue, > Internal Revenue service, internal revenue service, Official Internal > Revenue Service, the Federal Alcohol Administration, Director Alcohol > Tobacco and Firearms Division, and the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and > Firearms are one organization. We found this obfuscated. > > CONSTRUCTIVE FRAUD > > The investigation found, that except for the very few who are > engaged in specific activities, the Citizens of the 50 States of the > united States of America have never been required to file or to pay > "income taxes". The Federal government is engaging in constructive > fraud on a massive scale. Americans who have been frightened into > filing and paying "income taxes "have been robbed of their money. > Millions of lives have been ruined. Hundreds of thousands of > innocent people have been imprisoned on the pretense they violated laws > that do not exist. Some have been driven to suicide. Marriages have > been destroyed. Property has been confiscated to pay taxes that were > never owed. > > LINCOLN'S WAR TAX > > During the Civil war, Abraham Lincoln imposed a war tax upon the > citizens. The war tax lawfully applied only to those citizens who > resided WITHIN THE FEDERAL DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, AND FEDERALLY OWNED > TERRITORIES, DOCKYARDS, NAVAL BASES, OR FORTS, and (?) those who were > considered to be in rebellion against the Union. Many Citizens of the > several States volunteered to pay. After the war the tax was repealed. > THIS LEFT THE IMPRESSION THAT THE PRESIDENT AND CONGRESS COULD LEVY AN > UNAPPORTIONED DIRECT TAX UPON THE CITIZENS OF THE SEVERAL STATES; WHEN > IN FACT NO SUCH TAX HAD EVER BEEN IMPOSED. The tax was hot fraud as > nothing was done to deceive the people. THOSE WHO WERE DECEIVED, IN > FACT, DECEIVED THEMSELVES.!! > > PHILIPPINE TRUST # 1 > > In the last century the United States acquired by CONQUEST the > territory of the Philippine Islands, Guam, and Puerto Rico. The > Philippine Customs Administrative Act was passed by the Philippine > Commission during the period from Sept. 1, 1900 to August 31, 1902, to > regulate trade with foreign countries and to create revenue in the form > of duties, imposts, and excises. The act CREATED THE FEDERAL > GOVERNMENT'S FIRST TRUST FUND called Trust fund #1, the Philippine > special fund (customs and duties), 31 USC, Section 1321. The Act was > administered under the general Supervision and control of the Secretary > of Finance and Justice. > > PHILLIPINE TRUST # 2 > BUREAU OF INTERNAL REVENUE > > The Philippine Commission passed another act known as The > Internal Revenue Law of Nineteen Hundred and Four. This Act created the > Bureau of Internal Revenue and the federal government's second trust > fund (internal revenue), 31 USC, Section 1321. In the Act, Article 1, > Section 2, we find, > "There shall be established a Bureau of Internal Revenue, the > chief officer of which Bureau shall be known as the Collector > of Internal Revenue. He shall be appointed by the Civil > Governor, with the advise and consent of the Philippine > Commission, and shall receive a salary at the rate of eight > thousand PESOS per annum. The Bureau of Internal Revenue > shall belong to the Department of Finance and Justice." > And in Section 3, we find, > " The Collector of Internal Revenue, under the direction of > the Secretary of Finance and Justice, shall have general > superintendence of the assessment and collection of all taxed > and excises imposed by this Act or by any Act amendatory > thereof, and shall perform such other duties as may be > required by law. > CUSTOMS AND B.I.R. MERGED > > It was clear that the Customs Administrative Act was to fall > within the JURISDICTION of the Bureau of the Internal Revenue which > bureau was to be responsible for "all taxes and excises imposed by this > Act," which clearly include import and export excise taxes. This > effectively MERGED Customs and Internal Revenue in the Philippines." > > DEMON ALCOHOL > > When Prohibition was ratified in 1919 with the 18th Amendment, the > government created federal bureaucracies to enforce he outlaw of > alcohol. As protest and resistance to prohibition increased, so did > new federal laws and the number of bureaucrats hired to enforce them. > After much bloodshed and public anger, prohibition was repealed with > the 21st Amendment which was ratified in 1933. > > FEDERAL ALCOHOL ACT > > In 1933 President Roosevelt declared a "Banking Emergency". The > Congress gave the President dictatorial powers under the "War Powers > Act of 1917". Congress used the economic EMERGENCY as the excuse as the > excuse to give blanket approval to any and all Presidential EXECUTIVE > ORDERS. Roosevelt, with a little help from his socialist friends was > prolific in his production of new legislation and executive orders. In > 1935 the Public Administration Clearinghouse wrote, and Roosevelt > introduced, The Federal Alcohol Act. Congress passed it into law. The > Act established The Federal Alcohol Administration. That same year the > Supreme Court in a monumental ruling struck down the act among many > others on a long list of draconian and New Deal laws. The Federal > Alcohol Administration did knot go away; it became involved in other > affairs, placed in a sort of standby status. > > INTERNAL REVENUE (PUERTO RICO) > > At some unknown date prior to 1940 another Bureau of Internal > Revenue was established in Puerto Rico. The 62nd Trust Fund was created > and named Trust Fund #62 Puerto Rico special fund (Internal Revenue). > Note that the Puerto Rico special fund has Internal Revenue , capital > "I" & "R". The Philippine special fund (internal revenue) is in lower > case letters. > Between 1904 and 1938 the China Trade Act was passed to deal with > Opium, Cocaine and Citric wines shipped out of China. It appears to > have been administered in the Philippines by the Bureau of Internal > Revenue. > > CHINA TRADE ACT > > We studied a copy of The Code of Federal Registrations of the > United States of America in force June 1, 1938, Title 26 - Internal > Revenue, Chapter 1 - ( Parts 1-137). On page 65 it makes reference to > the China Trade Act, where the first use of such terms as: income, > credits, withholding, Assessment and Collection Deficiencies, extension > of time for payment, and failure to file return. The entire substance > of Title 26 deals with foreign individuals, foreign corporations, > foreign insurance corporations, foreign ships, income from sources > within possessions of the United States, Citizens of the United States > and domestic corporations deriving income from sources within a > possession of the United States, and China trade Act Corporations. > > NARCOTICS, ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS > > All of the taxes covered by these laws concerned the imposts, > excise taxes, and duties to be collected by the Bureau of Internal > Revenue for such items as narcotics, alcohol, tobacco, and firearms. > The alleged Internal Revenue Service likes to make a big "to do" about > the fact that Al Capone was jailed for tax evasion. The I.R.S. will not > tell you that the tax Capone evaded was not "income tax" as we know it, > but the tax due on the income from the alcohol which he had imported > from Canada. If he had paid the tax he would not have been convicted. > The Internal Revenue Act of 1939 was clearly concerned with all taxes, > imposts, excises and duties collected on trade between the POSSESSIONS > AND TERRITORIES of the United States and foreign individuals, foreign > corporations, or foreign governments. The income tax laws have always > applied only to the Philippines, Puerto Rico, District of Columbia, > Virgin Islands, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, territories and insular > Possessions. > > F.A.A. becomes B.I.R. > > Under the Reorganization Plan Number 3 of 1940 which appears at 5 > United States Code Service 903, the Federal Alcohol Administration and > offices of members and Administrators thereof were abolished and their > functions directed to be administered under direction and supervision > of Secretary of Treasury through Bureau of Internal Revenue. We found > this history in all of the older editions of 27 USCS, Section 201. It > has been removed from current editions. Only two Bureaus of Internal > Revenue have ever existed. One in the Philippines and another in Puerto > Rico. Events that have transpired tell us that the Federal Alcohol > Administration was absorbed by the Puerto Rico Trust # 62 (Internal > Revenue). > VICTORY TAX ACT > > World War II was the golden opportunity. Americans were willing > to sacrifice almost anything if they thought that sacrifice would win > the war. In that atmosphere Congress passed the Victory Tax Act. It > mandated an Income Tax for the years 1943 and 1944 to be filed in the > years 1944 and 1945. The Victory Tax Act automatically expired at the > end of 1944. The Federal Government with the clever use of language, > created the myth that the tax was Applicable to ALL Americans. Because > of their desire to win the war, Americans filed and paid he tax. > Because of IGNORANCE OF THE LAW, Americans filed and paid the tax. The > Government promoted the FRAUD AND THREATENED THOSE WHO OBJECTED. > Americans "forgot" that the law expired in 2 years. When the date had > come and gone, they continued to keep "records"; they continued to > file; and they continued to pay the tax. The Federal Government > continued to print returns and COLLECT THE TAX. NEVER MIND THE FACT > THAT NO CITIZEN OF ANY OF THE SEVERAL STATES OF THE UNION WAS EVER > LIABLE TO PAY THE TAX IN THE FIRST PLACE. > > FEDERAL POWERS LIMITED > > The FICTION "that because it was an excise tax, it was legal" (lawful) > IS NOT TRUE. The power of the Federal Government is limited to its > own property as stated in Article I, Section 8, Paragraph 17, and to > "regulate Commerce with FOREIGN NATIONS, and among the "several" > States, and with the Indian tribes;" as stated in Article I, Section 8, > Paragraph 3, 18 USC, Section 921, Definitions, states," The term > 'interstate or foreign commerce' INCLUDES commerce between any place in > a State and any place outside of that State, or within any POSSESSION > of the United States ( not INCLUDING the Canal Zone) or the District of > Columbia, but such term DOES NOT INCLUDE commerce between places within > the same State, but through any place outside of that State. The term > 'State' INCLUDES the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto > Rico, and the possessions of the United States (not INCLUDING the Canal > Zone)." Only EMPLOYEES of the federal government, RESIDENTS of the > District of Columbia, RESIDENTS of naval bases RESIDENTS of forts, > U.S. Citizens of the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Territories, and > insular possessions were lawfully required to file and pay the Victory > Tax. > B.I.R. becomes I.R.S. > > In 1953 the United States relinquished control over the > Philippines Why do the Philippine pure Trusts #1 (customs duties) and > #2 (internal revenue) continue to be administered today? Who are the > Settlers of the Trusts? What is done with the funds in the Trusts? What > businesses, if any, do these Trusts operate? Who are the > Beneficiaries? Coincidentally on July 9, 1953, the Secretary of the > Treasury, G.M. Humphery, by "virtue of the authority vested in me", > changed the name of the Bureau of Internal Revenue, B.I.R. to Internal > Revenue Service when he signed what is now Treasury Order 150-06. This > was an obvious attempt to legitimize the Bureau of Internal Revenue. > Without the Approval of Congress or the President, Humphrey, without > any legal and LAWFUL authority, tried to turn a pure trust into an > agency of the Department of the Treasury. His actions were illegal and > unlawful but went unchallenged. Did he change the name of the B.I.R. in > Puerto Rico or the B.I.R. in the Philippines? WE CANNOT FIND THE > ANSWER. > > MUTUAL SECURITY ACT > > In 1954, the United States and Guam became partners under the > Mutual Security Act. The Act and other documents make reference to the > definition of Guam and the United States as being INTERCHANGEABLE. In > the same year the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 was passed. The Code > provides for the United States and Guam to coordinate the "Individual > Income Tax". Pertinent information on the tax issue may be found in 26 > CFR 301.7654-1 : Constitution of U.S. and Guam Individual income taxes. > 26 CFR 7654 - 1 (e): Military personnel in Guam, 48 USC Section 1421(i) > : "Income tax laws" defined. The Constitution forbids unapportioned > direct taxes upon the Citizens of the several States of the 50 States > of the Union: Therefore the federal government must trick > (defraud) people into volunteering to pay taxes as "U.S. citizens" of > EITHER Guam, the Virgin Islands, or Puerto Rico. IT SOUNDS INSANE BUT > IT IS ABSOLUTELY TRUE. [ AN I.R.S. HUMBUG ] > > B.A.T.F. from I.R.S. > > On June 6, 1972 Acting Secretary of the Treasury, Charles E. > Walker signed Treasury Order Number 120-01 which establishes the Bureau > of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. He did this with the stroke of his > PEN citing, "by virtue of the authority vested in me as Secretary of > the Treasury, including the authority in Reorganization Plan No. 26 of > 1950." He ordered the : > "transfer, as specified herein, the functions, powers and > duties of the Internal Revenue Service arising under laws > relating to alcohol, tobacco, firearms, and explosives > (including the Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms division of the > Internal Revenue Service) to the Bureau of Alcohol, > Tobacco, and Firearms (hereinafter referred to as the Bureau) > which is HEREBY established. The Bureau shall be headed by > the Director, Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (hereinafter > referred to as the Director). The Director shall perform his > duties under the general direction of the Secretary of the > Treasury (hereinafter referred to as the Secretary) and under > the supervision of the Assistant Secretary (Enforcement, > Tariff and Trade Affairs, and Operations) ( hereinafter > referred to as the Assistant Secretary)." > > B.A.T.F = I.R.S. > > Treasury Order 120-01 assigned to the new B.A.T.F. CHAPTERS 51, > 52, 53 OF THE Internal Revenue Code of 1954 and sections 7652 and 7653 > of such code, chapters 61 through 80 inclusive of the Internal Revenue > Code of 1954, the Federal Alcohol Administration Act (27 USC Chapter > 8)[which , in 1935 the SUPREME COURT HAD DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL > WITHIN THE SEVERAL STATES OF THE UNION,] 18 USC Chapter 44, Title VII > Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 (18 USC Appendix, > sections 1201 - 1203, 18 USC 1262 - 1265, 1952 and 3615. and etc. > Mr Walker then makes a statement within TO 120-01 that is very > revealing, > "The terms 'Director, Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms Division' > and 'Commissioner of Internal Revenue' wherever used in > regulations, rules, and instructions, and forms, issued or > adopted for the administration and enforcement of the laws > specified in paragraph 2 hereof, which are in effect or in > use on the effective date of this Order, shall be held to > mean 'the Director'". Walker seemed to branch the Internal > Revenue Service (IRS), creating the Bureau of Alcohol, > Tobacco, and Firearms (BATF), and then with that statement > joined them back together into one. In the Federal Register, > Volume 41, Number 180, of Wednesday, September 15, 1976 we > find, "The term Director, Alcohol, Tobacco, and > Firearms Division ' has been replaced by the term ' Internal > Revenue Service." > We found this pattern of deception and obfuscation everywhere we > looked during our investigation. For further evidence of the fact that > the I.R.S. and the B.A.T.F. are one in the same organization, check 27 > USCA Section 201. > The Gift of the Magi > > This is how the Magi perform magic. Secretary Humphrey with NO > AUTHORITY, creates an AGENCY of the Department of the Treasury called > "Internal Revenue Service", out of AIR, from AN OFFSHORE PURE TRUST, > called "Bureau of Internal Revenue". The "SETTLER" and "BENEFICIARIES" > of the trust are UNKNOWN. The "TRUSTEE" is the "SECRETARY of THE > TREASURY". Acting Secretary Walker further LAUNDERS the trust by > CREATING from the alleged "Internal Revenue Service", the "BUREAU OF > ALCOHOL TOBACCO AND FIREARMS". > > PERSON BECOMES THING > > Unlike Humphrey, however, Walker ASSUAGES himself of any guilt, > when he NULLIFIED the order by PROCLAIMING, "The terms 'Director, > Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Division' and 'Commissioner of Internal > Revenue' wherever used in regulations, rules, and instructions, and > forms, issued or adopted FOR THE ADMINISTRATION and ENFORCEMENT of the > LAWS specified in paragraph 2 hereof, which are in effect or in use on > the effective date of this Order, shall be held to mean the Director'". > Walker created the [Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms] from > the [Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Division] of Humphrey's [Internal > Revenue Service]. He then says, that, what was transferred, is the same > ENTITY as the [Commissioner of Internal Revenue]. He KNEW he could not > create something from nothing without the AUTHORITY OF CONGRESS and/or > the President, so he made it look like he did something that he had, in > fact, not done. TO COMPOUND THE FRAUD, the FEDERAL REGISTER PUBLISHED > the unbelievable assertion that a PERSON HAD BEEN REPLACED WITH A > THING; " the term Director Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Division has > been replaced with the term Internal Revenue Service." > > STROKE OF GENIUS > > The FEDERAL Alcohol Administration, which ADMINISTERS the Federal > Alcohol Act, and offices of members and Administrator thereof, were > ABOLISHED, and their functions were DIRECTED to be ADMINISTERED under > direction and supervision of Secretary of Treasury through Bureau of > Internal Revenue, now Internal Revenue Service. THE FEDERAL ALCOHOL ACT > WAS RULED "UNCONSTITUTIONAL" WITHIN THE 50 STATES; so was transferred > to the B.I.R., which is an OFFSHORE TRUST, which became the I.R.S.; > which gave BIRTH to the B.A.T.F.; AND SOMEHOW, the term [Director, > Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Division], which is a PERSON within the > B.A.T.F., spawned the alleged Internal Revenue Service via another > flick of the pen on September 15, 1976. In a brilliant flash of LOGIC, > Wayne C. Bentson DETERMINED that he could CHECK THESE FACTS, by > filing a Freedom of Information Act request, asking the B.A.T.F. to:- > "name the > person who administers the Federal Alcohol Act." If we were wrong a > reply stating that no record exists as to any name of any person who > administers the Act. The request was submitted to the B.A.T.F. THE > REPLY came on July 14, 1944, from the Secret Service, an unexpected > source, which discloses a connection we had not suspected. THE REPLY > STATES THAT JOHN MAGAW , OF THE BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AND > FIREARMS, of the [Department of the Treasury], administers THE FEDERAL > ALCOHOL ACT. You may remember from the Waco hearings that JOHN MAGAW IS > THE [DIRECTOR ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AND FIREARMS]. All of our research was > confirmed by that ADMISSION. > > SMOKE AND MIRRORS > > Despite all the pen flicking and the smoke and mirrors, there is > no such organization of the Department of he Treasury known as > "Internal Revenue Service" or the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and > Firearms." 31 USC IS 'Money and Finance' and there in is published > the laws pertaining to the Department of the Treasury (D.O.T.). > 31 USC, Chapter 3 is a statutory list of the organizations of the > D.O.T.--- Internal Revenue Service and/or Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, > and Firearms ARE NOT LISTED WITHIN "31 USC" AS AGENCIES OR > ORGANIZATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY. --- THEY ARE > REFERENCED, HOWEVER, AS, "TO BE AUDITED" BY THE CONTROLLER GENERAL IN > 31 USC SECTION 713. > > BATF - PUERTO RICO > > We have already demonstrated that both of these organizations are > in reality the same organization. Where we find one we will surely > find the other. In 27 CFR, CHAPTER 1, SECTION 250.11, DEFINITIONS, we > find, "United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms office. > The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms office in Puerto Rico ... " > and "Secretary - The Secretary of Puerto Rico", and "Revenue Agent - > Any duly authorized Commonwealth Internal Revenue Agent of the > Department of the Treasury of Puerto Rico." Remember that 'Internal > Revenue' is the name of the Puerto Rico Trust #62. It is perfectly > logical and reasonable that a Revenue Agent works as an employee for > the Department of the treasury of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. > > Where is I.R.S. > > Where is the alleged "Internal Revenue Service?" The Internal > Revenue Code of 1939, a.k.a. Internal Revenue Code of 1954, etc., > etc.,; 27 CFR Refers to Title 26 as relevant to Title 27, ----- as per > 27 CFR, Chapter 1, Section 250.30, ----- which states that 26 USC 5001 > (a) (1) is governing a 27 USC law. ----- In fact 26 USC Chapters 51, > 52, and 53 are the alcohol, tobacco and firearms taxes, administered > by the Internal Revenue Service; alias Bureau of Internal Revenue; > alias Virgin Islands Bureau of Internal Revenue; alias Director, > Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Division; alias Internal Revenue Service. > > MUST BE NOTICED > > According to 26 CFR Section 1.6001 - 1 (d), Records, [no one is > required to keep records or file returns, unless specifically notified, > by the district director, by notice served upon him, to make such > returns, render such statements, or keep such specific records, as will > enable the district director to determine, whether or not, such person > is liable for tax under subtitle A of the Code. > 26 CFR states that this rule includes State individual income > taxes. --- Don't get yourself all lathered up because "State" means ... > the District of Columbia, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, Northern Mariana > Islands, Puerto Rico, territories, and insular possessions. > > NO IMPLEMENTATION OF LAW > > 44 USC says that every regulation or rule must be published in the > Federal Register. It also states that every regulation or rule must be > approved by the Secretary of the Treasury. If there is no regulation > there is no implementation of Law. There is no regulation governing > "failure to file a return". There is no computer code for "failure to > file". The only thing we could find was a requirement stating "where to > file" an income tax return. It can be found in 26 CFR, Sect. 1.6091-3, > which states that, "Income tax returns required to be filed with the > Director of International Operations". Who is the Director of > International Operations? > > DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY > > NO ONE IN GOVERNMENT IS ALLOWED TO DO ANYTHING UNLESS THEY HAVE > BEEN GIVEN SPECIFIC WRITTEN AUTHORITY, OR SOMEONE WHO HAS BEEN GIVEN > AUTHORITY IN THE LAW, GIVES THAT PERSON A DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY ORDER > SPELLING OUT EXACTLY WHAT THEY CAN AND CANNOT DO UNDER THAT SPECIFIC > ORDER. We combed the Department of the Treasury's Handbook of > Delegation Orders and we found that no one in the I.R.S. or B.A.T.F. > has any authority to do most of the things they have been doing for > years. > > NO AUTHORITY TO AUDIT > > Delegation Order Number 115 (Rev. 5) of May 12, 1986, is the only > delegation of authority to conduct Audit. It states that the I.R.S. and > B.A.T.F. can only audit themselves, and only for amount of $750.00 or > less. Any amount above that amount, must be audited by the > Controller General according to Title 31 USC. No other authority to > audit exists. No I.R.S. or B.A.T.F. agent, or representative can > furnish us with any law, rule, or regulation, which gives them the > authority to audit anyone other than themselves. Order Number 191 > states that they can levy on Property, but only if that Property is in > the hands of third parties. > Authority to Investigate > > The manual states on page 1100-40.2 of April 21, 1989, > Criminal Investigation Division, that:- > "the Criminal Investigation Division enforces the criminal > statutes applicable to income, estate, gift, employment, and > excise tax laws ... involving United States citizens, > residing in foreign countries, and non resident aliens, > subject to Federal income tax filing requirements, by > developing information concerning alleged criminal violations > thereof, evaluating allegations and indications of such > violations, to determine investigations to be undertaken, > investigating suspected criminal violations of such laws, > recommending prosecution when warranted, and measuring > effectiveness of the investigating process ... " > AUTHORITY TO COLLECT > > On page 1100 - 40.1 it states in 1132.7 of April 21, 1989, > Director, Office of Taxpayer Service and Compliance, > "Responsible for operation of a comprehensive enforcement and > assistance program for all taxpayers under the > immediate jurisdiction of the Assistant Commissioner > (International) ... Directs the full range of collection > activity on delinquent accounts and delinquent returns for > taxpayers overseas, in Puerto Rico, and in United States > possessions and territories. > 50 STATES NOT INCLUDED > > 1132.72 of April 21, 1989, Collection Division, says > "Executes the full range of collection activities on > delinquent accounts, which includes securing delinquent > returns involving taxpayers outside the United States and > those in United States territories, possessions and in Puerto > Rico." > U.S. ATTORNEY'S MANUAL > > The United States Attorney's Manual, Title 6 Tax Divisio

-- frank (, April 07, 2000



Any chance of getting a formatted version of this? My eyes started going cross-eyed trying to read it. Thanks...

-- Flash (flash@flash.hq), April 07, 2000.

A more interesting question might be: are the criminals that run things actually involved in government? The answer is self-evident.

-- Overseer (AndItSureAin', April 07, 2000.

I'm with you Flash-ugh!

-- Aunt Bee (, April 07, 2000.

Ever since they convinced you to vote Frank.

-- Gordo (f@t.quiche), April 08, 2000.

I figured everyone knew the answer to this one.

-- cin (cinloo@aol.corn), April 08, 2000.

Myself I'd like a link.

This must be a look at how our legal system works lol

To many IRS files on the Judges and politicans to get where in courts. lol

-- awdragon (, April 09, 2000.

This post has been formatted and reposted (by Jim Cooke) as Frank-Your Message Reposted with Instructions. One of the replies to that thread contains a link to an argument that Federal Income Tax is voluntary. I will also post on Jim's thread, a link to a site containing the Tax Code.

-- David L (, April 09, 2000.

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