Yes, you have the right to remain silent. Just don’t expect anything to change if you do.
Anyone wishing a copy of the Bar’s 2008 990 form can email me at email@example.com.
From: Susan Chandler
Date: February 15, 2011 9:21:06 PM EST
Subject: Annual Oversight Meeting – 4th 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 in regards to my emails of January 14th, 21st and 29th. Each requested an immediate investigation of the American Bar Association and its affiliates’ tax-exempt status. Each request was substantiated; each was ignored.
A consortium concealing the criminal behaviors of its members is a mutual protection society, i.e; a mob. That is what the Bar has become.
If the IRS Oversight Board fails to act against the Bar’s fraudulent exemption claims, thousands of incarcerated innocents nationwide will die of old age with their names disgraced, with their families remaining forever defrauded of their federal tax dollars remitted in the rightful expectation of the availability of justice.
The copy of the American Bar Association 2008 form 990 Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax (below), states as the mission or most significant activities, “TO SERVE EQUALLY THE MEMBERS OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION AND THE PUBLIC BY DEFENDING LIBERTY AND DELIVERING JUSTICE AS THE NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION [their emphasis].”
At this link – http://www.veritasinitiative.org/downloads/ProsecutorialMisconduct_Exec_Sum.pdf – is the document Preventable Error: A Report on Prosecutorial Misconduct in California 1997-2009. The report states on page six, “By casting a blind eye to prosecutors who place their thumbs on the scale of justice, judges, prosecutors and the California State Bar are failing to live up to their responsibilities, fostering misconduct and opening the door to the inevitable — the conviction of the innocent and the release of the guilty. It is time to acknowledge the problem and take needed action [emphasis added].” This mea culpa was followed by milquetoast recommendations on page seven for unenforceable and ethereal policy changes with no timeline, for California only.
It took the U.S. Supreme Court 58 years to reverse its overreaches in Plessy v Ferguson with Brown v Board of Education. The current Justices are more inclined to additional overreaches than correcting the overreaches in Imbler v Pachtman and Van de Kamp v Goldstein, which legalized deliberate prosecutorial and supervisory misconduct as surely as Plessy v Ferguson legalized apartheid.
The taxpaying families of incarcerated innocents are inherently divided, but should not be thusly be conquered yet again, as they were by prosecutorial and supervisory misconduct within the Bar’s knowledge.
The IRS took down Capone, now it’s time to take down the Bar. They owe Americans a fortune for the deliberate harm they’ve done.
“The Oversight Board is a nine-member independent body charged to oversee the IRS in its administration, management, conduct, direction, and supervision of the execution and application of the internal revenue laws and to provide experience, independence, and stability to the IRS so that it may move forward in a cogent, focused direction.”