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Date: Tue, 24 Jun 1997 16:24:53 -0700
To: fwolist@sportsmen.net
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: challenge (fwd)

Great questions here.

For a real eye-opener, read 28 U.S.C. 1746
(about 30 seconds of reading).

Here's the 64,000 dollar question:

Have you ever notarized your tax returns?

If not, why not?

Hint:  1746(2).

/s/ Paul Mitchell

p.s. Will we ever be able to get along
"without" the "United States"?  <-- trick question :)

At 04:07 PM 6/24/97 -0700, you wrote:
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>Original Written by: IN:autarchic@coastalnet.com.
>On 24 Jun 97 at 11:56, noborders@worldnet.att.net wrote:
>> From:          fwolist@sportsmen.net
>> Date:          Tue, 24 Jun 1997 11:56:52 -0700 
>> Subject:       challenge
>> I know I'm never going to get the money back from the
>> government that the IRS got from me by fraud. But, H&R Block
>> took money from me to tell me my tax liability to the
>> government.  I now believe they told me I was liable for
>> amounts far in excess of my actual liability. While a federal
>Are you an officer of a corporation, with the duty to perform 
>the act of filing a tax return? Are you a federal employee? Do 
>you live on federal property or in a federal district? Do you 
>use a street address? Do you accept mail from the government 
>at that address? Do you have a bank account? Do you have any 
>outstanding loans? Do you have a driver's license? Do you 
>register your automobile? Do you have any type of insurance? Do 
>you use a slave number (Social Security Number)? Did someone 
>have a gun to your head when you signed the tax return, and 
>while you placed it in an envelope with the proper postage, and 
>then placed it in the U.S. Mail? Did you commit perjury by 
>signing a 1040 tax return without examining the accompanying 
>statements and schedules? Are you a U.S. citizen?
>> judge will not allow the law to be a part of the proceedings
>> where the IRS is a party, would the same be true in a civil
>> suit where the IRS is not a party ? Given a level playing field
>> and the chance to explain the law fully, could a jury be
>> convinced that H&R Block should compensate me for telling me my
>> tax liability was much, much greater than it was ? A verdict
>> against H&R Block would cause tax preparers everywhere to
>> re-examine their position.  Would it be bad if the tax
>> preparation industry was not in lockstep with the taxing
>> industry ? Has such a suit been filed before ? Any suggestions
>> or comments will be welcome.
>Which court is your case in, U.S. Tax Court? Harry and Robert 
>Block, who both live in San Jose, California, wouldn't even 
>have a job pushing pencils, if it wasn't for the Instant Robbery 
>Squad (I.R.S.).
>/s/ John Howard, Freeman
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>to know so many things that are not so.
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