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  • Tough job . . ................ if you can get it !!

    "XCobraJock" <[email protected]

    Dear Subscriber,

    Maybe I've been too hard on the people.
    think about it, they have a really tough job. It's not easy
    trying to get twelve people to convict someone.

    And that's exactly what they're trying to do. In looking at
    their spin attempts, and how they're trying to say
    that I committed a crime by selling tax scams, but that they themselves
    can't prosecute someone they KNOW is guilty.
    That must be a tough job. (It also happens to be
    thing to do.)

    peace
    www.evans-legal.com/dan/tpfaq.html
    www.quatlosers.com internet tax scams
    Various tax scams ("861", gross income, etc.) rest upon quotations out of
    context from the regulations. For example, tax protesters like to quote
    the first sentence of Treas. Reg. ("Part I (section 861 and following),
    subchapter N, chapter 1 of the Code, and the regulations thereunder
    determine the sources of income for purposes of the income tax.") but
    steadfastly ignore the second sentence of the same paragraph ("These
    sections explicitly allocate certain important sources of income to the
    United States or to areas outside the United States, as the case may
    be....") because the second sentence makes it clear that the purpose of
    the regulations is to determine the geographical source of income, which
    is relevant only to nonresident aliens, foreign corporations, and certain
    other taxpayers.


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