“There are death warrants in force that shouldn’t have been signed; lives depend upon you not being elitist jackasses one day longer, posthumous exonerations give little comfort and don’t make families whole for the taxes they paid without representation.”
From: Susan Chandler
Date: March 18, 2011 5:39:50 PM EDT
To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cc: ASKDOJ <ASKDOJ@usdoj.gov>
Subject: Annual Oversight Meeting – 5th Request for investigation on behalf of those taxed without representation
The Honorable Secretary of the Treasury
The Honorable Commissioner of Internal Revenue
The Honorable IRS Oversight Board Members,
Paul Cherecwich, Jr.
E. Edwin Eck
Robert M. Tobias
Raymond T. Wagner, Jr.
Deborah L. Wince-Smith
IRS Oversight Board
1500 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20220
Dear Honorable Public Servants:
I am writing to request that the IRS Oversight Board immediately reconvene in Special Meeting and address the American Bar Association and its affiliates income tax exemptions, as I’d requested in emails on January 14th, 21st and 29th and February 15th.
A March 10th press release indicates that your Annual Oversight Meeting took place on March 2nd, lasted only four hours and addressed issues – compared to my concerns – of very little consequence.
If some members of Congress have their way, the IRS’s activities will become evermore Quixotic and hypocritical. It was announced today that 221 U.S. Representatives want the IRS to audit individuals who have had abortions to make sure that taxpayer funds were not used. Obviously, if these 221 Representatives actually cared about innocent lives being taken, they would have spared me the trouble of writing to the IRS Oversight Board by approaching you before I even thought to do so – it’s hardly a state secret that the Bar is ignoring their lawful responsibility to punish prosecutorial and supervisory misconduct, and that their deliberate dereliction kills or incarcerates innocents while rapists and murderers find new victims … including pregnant women.
Mark Sodersten, Tim Cole and Frank Lee Smith were exonerated posthumously. Hundreds of other men and women have been exonerated of felony convictions nationwide; many were death row inmates. Thousands more exonerations – live and posthumous – will follow. How rapidly and forthrightly they occur hinges on the IRS acting within the letter and spirit of the law to ensure the proper treatment of taxpayers.
The IRS Oversight Board is entrusted to “ensure the proper treatment of taxpayers by the employees of the Internal Revenue Service.” [The Internal Revenue Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998, Public Law 105-206, Sections relating to IRS Oversight Board, Title 26. Internal Revenue Code, SEC. 7802. Internal Revenue Service Oversight Board, (d) SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES - The Oversight Board shall have the following specific responsibilities: (5) TAXPAYER PROTECTION - To ensure the proper treatment of taxpayers by the employees of the Internal Revenue Service.]
According to NPR, PBS Frontline and other reliable sources, some prosecutors – within the knowledge of their supervisors – serially convinced juries that “experts” whose sole credentials are high school diplomas were capable beyond all reasonable doubt to determine if, how and when a homicide was committed. Suicides and natural deaths have been deemed homicides; innocents have gone to prison. Homicides have been deemed suicides or natural deaths; murderers have gone free. Time of death has been nothing more than a guess, damning those who have legitimate alibis.
The improper treatment of taxpayers by the employees of the IRS is fully apparent in the IRS Oversight Board’s complacency with the Bar’s homicidal duplicity. If your paychecks are not to become worsening frauds on taxpayers, you must hold the Bar accountable.
Please acknowledge receipt of this email and inform me of your intentions by close of business on Tuesday. There are death warrants in force that shouldn’t have been signed; lives depend upon you not being elitist jackasses one day longer, posthumous exonerations give little comfort and don’t make families whole for the taxes they paid without representation. Thank you.