Time:    Thu Jun 26 06:23:54 1997
Date:    Thu, 26 Jun 1997 06:17:03 -0700
To:      judgeone@Juno.com (FRED O DAVIDEIT)
From:    Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: IRC Liability Statutes, FOIA answer from IRS


He's the same guy who admitted that 
the rewards being made under the
Performance Management and Recognition
System ("PMRS") are being paid in cash,
and that is why there are no records!
Do you have that letter?  Read the essay
"The Kick-Back Racket" in the Supreme
Law Library at the URL right below my name
here, for details.  Zolton's PMRS letter
now follows:

/s/ Paul Mitchell

                   Department of the Treasury                    
                    Internal Revenue Service
                     Washington, D.C. 20224
                       September 12, 1996
Mr. Paul A. Mitchell                           Person to Contact:
2509 North Campbell - #1776                    M. Zolton
Tucson, AZ 85719                               Telephone Number:
                                               (202) 622-6250
                                               Refer Reply to:

Dear Mr. Mitchell:

     This is in reponse to your July 26, 1996, Freedom of
Information Act (FOIA) request for all financial records of the
Performance Management and Recognition System (PMRS).  Your
request was forwarded to us by the Office of Disclosure Services,
Department of the Treasury, so that we can respond to you
directly.  We apologize for the delay in responding.

     Unfortunately, your request is not specific enough to allow
us to conduct a search for the records that are of interest to
you.  For example, you have not stated the years for which you
are interested in obtaining records.  Please be advised that the
PMRS has not existed for the last 3 years.  In addition, it is
our understanding that awards made under PMRS took the form of
cash payments or quality step in-grade promotions.  Therefore,
the types of financial records associated with awards made under
PMRS did not include the kinds of records mentioned in your
request.  It would be helpful if you could be more specific in
descibing the desired records.

     Accordingly, you may wish to reformulate your request to
assist us in finding the responsive material.  If you decide to
do so, your perfected request will receive our close attention.

                                               Sincerely yours,

                                               /s/ Mark L. Zolton

                                               Tax Law Specialist
                                               FOIA Branch

At 06:17 PM 6/25/97 EDT, you wrote:
>Judgeone says:
>Note the arrogance of our public servant.  He thinks that the 16th
>amendment is legitimate.
>Another example of the "power" they think they have.
>He's telling you he's not going to go out of his way, at any rate, to be
>of assistance to you and you, his master, citizen can go find it
>elsewhere.  What a crust.  You should find out who his superior is and
>send a copy to him/her.
>I'm tired of these people that work for us being so high and mighty.
>Fred O.
>On Wed, 25 Jun 1997 07:50:49 -0700 Paul Andrew Mitchell
>[address in tool bar] writes:
>>[This text is formatted in Courier 11, non-proportional spacing.]
>>            Department of the Treasury
>>             Internal Revenue Service 
>>              Washington, D.C. 20224
>>Mr. Paul Andrew Mitchell         Person to Contact:
>>2509 N. Campbell, #1776          Barry Windheim
>>Tucson, AZ 85719 [sic]           Telephone Number:
>>                                 (202) 622-6250
>>                                 Refer Reply to:
>>                                 96-2349
>>                                 Date: OCT 30 1996
>>Dear Mr. Mitchell:
>>   This is in response to your Freedom of Information
>>request dated August 31, 1996, requesting certified copies
>>of all liability statutes presently enacted in the Internal
>>Revenue Code.
>>   One of the FOIA's requirements is that requesters
>>sufficiently identify the records solicited in order to
>>locate them.  To the extent you are seeking records which
>>establish the authority of the Internal Revenue Service to
>>assess, enforce and collect taxes, please be advised of the
>>following.  The Sixteenth Amendment to the Constitution 
>>authorized Congress to impose an income tax.  Congress did
>>so in the Internal Revenue Code, which may be found in Title
>>26 of the United States Code.  The Internal Revenue Code is
>>administered by the Internal Revenue Service and may be 
>>responsive to portions of your request.  The Code is 
>>available at many bookstores and public libraries throughout
>>the country.
>>   In addition, copies of the Federal Register which
>>contain Federal regulations, and copies of the Congressional
>>Record which contain Federal laws may be obtained from the
>>Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing
>>Office, Washington, D.C. 20402.
>>   Though the Freedom of Information Act is designed to
>>give the public the greatest possible access to existing
>>government records, it does not require us to do research or
>>answer questions in response to a request.  It is suggested
>>that you perform the legal research needed to reasonably
>>identify the documents you need to address your concerns.
>>Once you have made your determinations, we will be happy to
>>search our files to locate these documents, if they exist,
>>and respond accordingly.
>>                                 Sincerely,
>>                                 /s/ Carroll Field for
>>                                 Mark L. Zolton
>>                                 Tax Law Specialist
>>                                 Freedom of Information
>>                       #  #  #
>>Paul Mitchell comments:
>>I didn't find any mention of a single liability 
>>statute in the above, after reading it three times.  
>>Enough is enough!
>>/s/ Paul Mitchell

Paul Andrew Mitchell                 : Counselor at Law, federal witness
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