Thursday, January 18, 2007

Holed-up tax protester, wife convicted





CONCORD, N.H. - A man who has holed up with armed supporters in his cement-walled house for most of his tax evasion trial was found guilty Thursday, along with his wife, of failing to pay federal income taxes for a decade.

Ed Brown has said he will defend himself against capture if necessary.

U.S. Marshal Stephen Monier said Thursday that members of his staff continued talking by telephone with Brown and had no plans to confront him.


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4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your the man Ed. How can one be found guilty for a crime when the law doesn't even exist?

Look for the law yourself.

There is none.

Keep up the good fight!!!

5:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your the man Ed. How can one be found guilty for a crime when the law doesn't even exist?

Look for the law yourself.

There is none.

Keep up the good fight!!!

5:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your the man Ed. How can one be found guilty for a crime when the law doesn't even exist?

Look for the law yourself.

There is none.

Keep up the good fight!!!

5:16 PM  
Anonymous The Dragon Master said...

We are behind you, dont give up, we may visit you if the fascist turds come, so we can flush em out. Liberty or death! You are a beacon that will light the way for the rest of the country, and are setting a great example. Thank you sir

8:56 PM  

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