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  • #16
    Undercover IRS Agents

    Any chance that some of the criminals who were picked up this week in the
    well-publicized roundup of 10,000 felons were also tax cheats?

    We can only hope.


    "JJ" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    Undercover IRS Agents From: [email protected] I was contacted by an ex employee of the IRS that wants to remain unknown and he told me: 1.That there now is more undercover IRS agents than there ever were and that they have infiltrated Patriot Groups, are on most Patriot Internet List, and are the ones that volunteer to help everyone so their cover is good. 2. That many major Law firms and many C.P.A.'s are now 10 percenters and are turning clients in to the IRS without the Firm knowing about it and They are getting paid 10% by sending their check to their home addresses. They snoop through other's files (on week ends when no one is around-check out the files-& photo and make copies of incriminating information. 3. Almost all large law firms that specialise in Taxation NOW has a Ten Percenter working undercover as do all large C.P.A. Firms that do tax work. 4. Most Tax Fighter Groups have two undercover agents (so they can cover each others backs) and usually set things up so they can ask all members to sign a petition (with their names and addresses) for a good cause, (but the IRS gets a copy and then has a HIT LIST.) 5. Some of the undercover agents are actually in charge of the Tax Protest Group and the least suspected by the membershp. 6. The IRS saves more money, and catches more tax protestors by using undercover agents than they do using regular agents plus the agents get a good size raise in pay for being undercover and a member of a tax protest group. 7. That our government considers the Tax Protest Movement more dangerous to them than the Terrorists or any other group since they are more intelligent, hard working and usually unknown by their neighbors, fellow workers, etc. 8. That the government is more concerned about a General Tax Revolt than another bombing of a building or other terrorist acts. 9. Now that you have been warned, BE CAREFUL, & KEEP A LOW PROFILE. BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU TELL OTHERS ABOUT YOUR ASSETS, AND ACTIVITIES. ETC. The undercover agent is usually the one that agrees with you and wants to be your friend. He will volunteer for all the tough jobs such as sending out the newsletter (he gets the mailing list) pickig up people, giving them rides, and will always attend all meetings. He will tap all phones if he can, and plant mikes and carry a voice activated small tape recorder with him. He will appear like a successful business man, and dress nice with nice manners. He will agree with everybody and volunteer to help everybody. Freedom Underground

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    • #17
      Undercover IRS Agents

      Rick B wrote:
      Any chance that some of the criminals who were picked up this week in the well-publicized roundup of 10,000 felons were also tax cheats? We can only hope.
      In all likelihood, a high percentage of them are tax cheats, although that's
      probably not why they were rounded up.


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      • #18
        Undercover IRS Agents

        Archmedes wrote:
        Rick B wrote:
        Any chance that some of the criminals who were picked up this week inthe well-publicized roundup of 10,000 felons were also tax cheats?We can only hope.
        In all likelihood, a high percentage of them are IRS agents or their fellow collaborators who use IRS computers to massage themselves while watching kiddie porn: "In January 2003, a
        former IRS criminal investigator pled guilty to possessing
        child pornography on an office computer. The employee’s
        computer had approximately 9,000 digitized photographic still
        images and approximately 35 digitized photographic movies of
        child pornography."
        http://www.treas.gov/tigta/semiannua...al_mar2003.htm

        --XCobraJock

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        • #19
          Undercover IRS Agents

          Rick B wrote:
          Let's see - As I understand this, you are one of the criminals who dodges taxes, and you are complaining that the IRS has people who turn criminals like you in. Good. When the crooks and scofflaws are caught, my taxes will go down.
          Dream on, State-Worshipper:

          The IRS Collaborator's wishful thinking is contradicted by
          the history of the tax protest movement in the United States
          over the past 25 years or so. As the following anecdotes
          show, in 1976 there were 4,000,000 tax protesters; in
          1992 there were 10,000,000 tax protesters; and in 2000,
          the number grew to about 30,000,000 tax protesters.

          The April 1976 issue of Playboy contained a story about
          "the millions who have decided to keep their money." On
          page 84 we find, "A precise estimate of the numbers who
          have stopped paying is hard to come by. Only the
          Government knows, and it's not telling. But a bare
          minimum estimate is about 4,000,000."

          How much did the treasury "lose" to them? Same page:
          "In 1973, U.S. News & World Report stated: 'A
          tax-dodging spree, spreading rapidly, is costing the
          government in Washington at least six billion dollars
          a year and threatening to get completely out of hand."

          - - - - - - - - - - -

          Move along to 1992:

          http://www.usdoj.gov/tax/readingroom...3.htm#Nonfiler Initiative

          October 22, 1992

          MEMORANDUM

          TO: All United States Attorneys
          FROM: George J. Terwilliger, III
          Deputy Attorney General
          SUBJECT: Nonfiler Initiative

          "Commissioner of Internal Revenue Shirley D. Peterson
          has asked for this Department's assistance in addressing
          the increasingly serious problem of taxpayers who fail
          to file income tax returns . . .

          "The IRS and the General Accounting Office have
          determined that the difference between the amount of
          taxes owed and the amount voluntarily paid by taxpayers,
          the so-called 'tax gap,' is expected to grow to an
          estimated $113.7 billion annually. Nearly 10 million
          taxpayers who are obliged to file returns fail to do
          so each year. These nonfilers are responsible for a
          significant portion of the tax gap."

          - - - - - - - - - - -

          A decade later: April 6, 2001
          From:
          http://familyguardian.betterthanyour...s/News/Histori...
          RSLosingWar-20021105.pdf

          Chief Admits I.R.S. Is Lax on Tax Fraud
          By DAVID CAY JOHNSTON

          "WASHINGTON, April 5 - The Internal Revenue Service
          commissioner, Charles O. Rossotti, acknowledged today
          that his agency had not paid enough attention to tax
          frauds that he said were being promoted among high-income
          people by hundreds and perhaps thousands of con artists.

          "His comment, at a Senate Finance Committee hearing,
          came after five experts on tax fraud described their
          unsuccessful efforts to get the I.R.S. to act.

          "Two senators also cited estimates that tax frauds,
          many marketed on the Internet, cost the government
          $300 billion a year, roughly one-third what individuals
          paid last year."

          Assuming an average tax of $10,000 that works out to
          about 30,000,000 nonfilers/nonpayers to the income tax
          system. I submit that as more people opt out of the
          income tax, the loss to the "government" will grow, and
          the burden on those who pay will only increase. Since
          the rich have enough money to pay (and have the most to
          lose by being prosecuted), it will be those on the
          bottom rungs of the tax ladder who increasingly get
          forced off, resulting in a vicious cycle of increasing
          demand for money and decreasing numbers of taxpayers to
          satisfy it.

          Add to that the fact that the tax law has been abused
          since withholding was foisted on us in WWII in that
          the tax isn't even applicable to the income of most
          Americans [see: http://www.taxableincome.net], and
          the growing realization that we have been defrauded
          of trillions of dollars over the past several decades
          bodes ill for the future of the income tax, as more
          people learn the truth (thanks largely to the internet
          and the information revolution it spawned).

          Your taxes will go down when you decide you've had enough
          IRS extortion.

          --XCobraJock

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          • #20
            Undercover IRS Agents


            "XCobraJock" wrote
            Rick B wrote:
            Let's see - As I understand this, you are one of the criminals who dodges taxes,
            Dream on,

            Actually, Malloy pays his taxes. Probably overpays through his military
            pension withholding. He's justified this by claiming that it wasn't his
            money in the first place. In short, he just pretends his income is what the
            check is for.

            Pretending is what Billy is good at.



            --
            Two Reasons Why It's So Hard To Solve A Redneck Murder:
            1. All the DNA is the same.
            2. There are no dental records.
            --------------------------
            Paul A. Thomas, CPA
            Athens, Georgia


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            • #21
              Undercover IRS Agents


              "XCobraJock" <[email protected]> wrote in message
              news:[email protected]
              | Archmedes wrote:
              |
              | > Rick B wrote:
              | >
              | >>Any chance that some of the criminals who were picked up this week in
              | >>the well-publicized roundup of 10,000 felons were also tax cheats?
              | >>
              | >>We can only hope.
              | >
              | > In all likelihood, a high percentage of them are IRS agents
              | > or their fellow collaborators who use IRS computers to massage
              themselves while watching kiddie porn: "In January 2003, a
              | former IRS criminal investigator pled guilty to possessing
              | child pornography on an office computer. The employee’s
              | computer had approximately 9,000 digitized photographic still
              | images and approximately 35 digitized photographic movies of
              | child pornography."
              | http://www.treas.gov/tigta/semiannua...al_mar2003.htm
              |
              | --XCobraJock

              Now - where's that "Dave Johnson" fella to help the IRS Team when the chips
              are down? This ain't no "walk in the pasture" - these pro-IRS collaborators
              ( ie. tax lawyers, CPAs, EAs IRS agents, H&R Block workers ) need a boost!
              LMBrown


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              • #22
                Undercover Magazine Subscribers

                On Fri, 15 Apr 2005 11:16:18 -0500, Archmedes wrote
                Rick B wrote:
                Any chance that some of the criminals who were picked up this week in the well-publicized roundup of 10,000 felons were also tax cheats? We can only hope.
                In all likelihood, a high percentage of them are tax cheats, although that's probably not why they were rounded up.
                That's true.

                Tax evasion seems to be an almost incidental crime that
                accompanies the primary crimes of most criminals.


                Tax evasion seems to be a crime that comes after other
                horrible and agonizing acts such as subscribing to a
                magazine in the dark of night, having sneaked out from
                uhder a rock after forging a passport and using military
                camouflage to keep from being "caught" with this mainstream
                publication.


                "Paranoia strikes deep . . ."

                - written by Stephen Stills in honor of
                William Roger "Goober" Malloy
                in celebration of getting a magazine
                subscription

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                • #23
                  Undercover IRS Agents

                  On Fri, 15 Apr 2005 11:56:14 -0500, XCobraJock wrote
                  Archmedes wrote:
                  Rick B wrote:
                  Any chance that some of the criminals who were picked up this week in the well-publicized roundup of 10,000 felons were also tax cheats? We can only hope.
                  In all likelihood, a high percentage of them are IRS agents or their fellow collaborators who use IRS computers to massage themselves while watching kiddie porn: "In January 2003, a
                  former IRS criminal investigator pled guilty to possessing child pornography on an office computer. The employee’s computer had approximately 9,000 digitized photographic still images and approximately 35 digitized photographic movies of child pornography." http://www.treas.gov/tigta/semiannua...al_mar2003.htm --XCobraJock
                  IRS people possess kiddie porn and kiddle porn enthusiasts
                  violate tax laws.

                  Seems to balance.



                  Gray Shockley
                  --------------------------
                  "Swinehood hath no remedy." - Sidney Lanier




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                  • #24
                    Undercover IRS Agents

                    On Fri, 15 Apr 2005 12:29:34 -0500, Paul A Thomas wrote:
                    Actually, Malloy pays his taxes. Probably overpays through his military pension withholding. He's justified this by claiming that it wasn't his money in the first place. In short, he just pretends his income is what the check is for.

                    I've mentioned this before.

                    "Military retirement" is not like any other "retirement"
                    and/or "pension".

                    If one is being paid military "retirement", one is still in
                    the military and has only been transferred to the
                    "retirement rolls".

                    And William "Huh" Malloy was, apparently a "clerk" between
                    her/his/its duty as a killer with a M-16 and a killer with
                    an attack helicopter, so s/he/it should know this
                    "paperwork drill" (if he was/is sane, anyway).

                    PurdyBoy Malloy [as well as several other of us] are still
                    members of the US Military and subject to be recalled to
                    Active Duty.


                    That's one of the reasons SweetThing Malloy is such a joke;
                    s/he/it claims to be [snicker] an "anarchist" and s/he/it
                    is still in the United States Army.


                    Pretending is what Billy is good at.
                    "Lying" or "insane" (pick one) seems more accurate.



                    Gray Shockley
                    --------------------------
                    Well, okay; you can pick both.





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                    • #25
                      Undercover IRS Agents Posing as Tax Criminals

                      On Tue, 15 Apr 2005 22:26, LM "Elder" Brown wrote:

                      "XCobraJock" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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                      Archmedes wrote:
                      Rick B wrote:> Any chance that some of the criminals who were picked up this week in> the well-publicized roundup of 10,000 felons were also tax cheats?>> We can only hope. In all likelihood, a high percentage of them are IRS agents or their fellow collaborators who use IRS computers to massage
                      themselves while watching kiddie porn: "In January 2003, a
                      former IRS criminal investigator pled guilty to possessing child pornography on an office computer. The employee’s computer had approximately 9,000 digitized photographic still images and approximately 35 digitized photographic movies of child pornography." http://www.treas.gov/tigta/semiannua...al_mar2003.htm --XCobraJock
                      Now - where's that "Dave Johnson" fella to help the IRS Team when the chips are down? This ain't no "walk in the pasture" - these pro-IRS collaborators ( ie. tax lawyers, CPAs, EAs IRS agents, H&R Block workers ) need a boost! LMBrown
                      Appears to be the same one that the tax criminals use.

                      Co-incidence? Mebbe; mebber not.



                      Gray Shockley
                      --------------------------
                      Prefer nekkid woman myself.




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                      • #26
                        Undercover IRS Agents


                        "Paul A Thomas" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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                        "Archmedes" <[email protected]> wrote
                        "Paul" <[email protected]> wrote
                        " Ford Prefect" wrote> Your accusation. "Just because I can't "prove" it, doesn't mean that it never happened" Andy Kilpatrick
                        Kinda like faces on Mars.
                        Worse. The faces are talking to him.
                        Yeah and they're saying..." be a good consumer, don't ask questions, pay
                        your fair share."

                        lol!


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                        • #27
                          Undercover IRS Agents


                          " Ford Prefect" wrote
                          Yeah and they're saying..." be a good consumer,

                          Consumers don't always pay income taxes.


                          God, what a moron you are.



                          --
                          Paul A. Thomas, CPA
                          Athens, Georgia


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                          • #28
                            Undercover IRS Agents


                            "Paul" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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                            " Ford Prefect" wrote
                            Yeah and they're saying..." be a good consumer,
                            Consumers don't always pay income taxes. God, what a moron you are.

                            Most consumers do know, however, how to post a message properly to Usenet,
                            spammer/moron.



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                            • #29
                              Undercover IRS Agents


                              " Ford Prefect" wrote
                              Most consumers do know, however, how to post a message properly to Usenet,

                              If you know about proper posting, find the original posts I made (according
                              to Andy) that support his claims.

                              On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 00:33:08 GMT - "AK" <[email protected]> wrote
                              "The most ludicrous interpretation of this is that for "the security of a
                              free State" someone must belong to a government organization in order to
                              "keep and bear Arms." Of course, that's what the JERK thinks."

                              On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 14:02:31 GMT - "AK" <[email protected]> wrote
                              "No Paul - it was based on what you posted some time ago. But you probably
                              can't remember it. But that's OK. We understand."

                              On Mon, 21 Feb 2005 04:06:01 GMT "AK" <[email protected]> wrote
                              "Thomas - and you did make a post suggesting that
                              to keep personal fire arms in the home, one needed
                              to be part of the National Guard."


                              C'mon, help Andy prove he's not a liar.


                              Thought you can't.


                              --
                              Paul A. Thomas, CPA
                              Athens, Georgia




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