Sunday, February 11, 2007

911 Blog Covers Ed Brown



IRS Standoff reaches critical stage PLEASE READ

Is this going to be another STANDOFF like Waco…this story is heating up.As far as I am concerned this is the first shot in open rebellion against the IRS. What makes this more significant that other cases with alleged “tax evasion” are that it is occurring in the Bush Admin’s unholy war against the American public. As the cages and chains of the Prison for your mind enclose, someone is trying to make a stand.

Read more here.

15 Comments:

Blogger FredMarshall1937 said...

A bit out of date, huh? Don't they know the trial is over and the Browns are convicted, not accused? Why do people keep using "barricaded" instead of "holed up?"

7:56 AM  
Blogger whynot said...

The point is the TRIAL was a "Kangaroo court"
Judge McAuliffe had said he would not allow the couple to present documents they believe support their position. Brown has been asking the IRS to present the actual law...
...only one judge has actually looked at the tax laws, and that was Judge James C. Fox in Sullivan v. United States, who admitted in the court record that the 16th Amendment failed ratification

9:10 AM  
Blogger e said...

Come on people, let's do it in all the ways!!!
Let's make it new and for real this time,
google it: constitution of its citizens.

Here are the reasons:
The citizens of usa need the citizens of the world.
It is all global and as such must be resolved.
We must find new structure to be in.
This new one must be relevant to all the citizens of the world.
Ye, and the commercial forces are very strong, more then any other.

9:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alright! The 9/11 conspiracy nuts support Ed Brown, which is fitting since Ed Brown supports the conspiracy nuts with his goofy Illuminati theories.

And tax protestors wonder why the vast majority of Americans view them as Dale Gribble conspiracy nuts.

As far as the trial goes, if there was error they could appeal all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Not all evidence in a trial is admissible, such as the incident where Ed beat up the guy with a pipe while he was in the Navy. That was excluded too.

10:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Remember as you read comments that a vast majority of the negative comments are coming from IRS and DOJ workstations. The rest are uninformed citizens who have not yet awakened from their deap slumber.

11:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And many posters, like Ed himself, are koolaid-drinking conspiracy nuts.

1:27 PM  
Anonymous Jim said...

The only people who are drinking coolaid are the people who defend the federal governemnt in this case.

1:42 PM  
Anonymous jetsetjoey said...

It's simple folks. Any doubters, as to the innocence of the Browns, must only ask themselves one question: WHY would the judge, who presided over their case, have denied virtually every motion to admitt evidence & suppress all of their witnesses... unless he was fearful of the jury actually acquitting them, based on what they COULD/WOULD have revealed?!?

Anyone who leaves a negative comment is either a shill or one of the pathetic masses of subservient sheople.

2:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Right on JetSet.

2:33 PM  
Anonymous Jim said...

The justice system in America is supposed to give the accused EVERY benefit of the doubt. It is obvious that the judge wasn't concerned with justice. He was only interested in seeing a conviction.

4:24 PM  
Blogger FredMarshall1937 said...

Denying defendants the right to present evidence and witnesses in defense is COMMONPLACE in federal tax trials. I have sat through three of them as a spectator and have observed that the collaborative tactics employed by prosecutors and judges are DEPLORABLE and DESPICABLE.

Juries are our only weapon in the courts and, sadly, most juries can't even find the courthouse without detailed instructions and someone leading them up the stairs, let alone know their duties.

We MUST educate PEOPLE, and we must do it BEFORE they sit on juries.

4:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why blame the jurors? Ed and Elaine were too cowardly to even put on a defense.

If there were real errors in their case, then they could have raised those errors on appeal.

Truth is that Ed and Elaine want *special treatment* than everybody else; fortunately, neither the judge nor the jury was inclined to treat them differently than anybody else.

6:50 PM  
Anonymous IRS Agent said...

That's right anonymous. Thank you for being on our side. We need more good people like you.

7:31 PM  
Blogger whynot said...

"CREATE CHAOS GAIN CONTROL" This is the Government's focus. Until we realize their focus from global warming, wars and taxes we are going to be sucked in every time. The pathetic IRS agents buying into their fictitious scam of tax warfare are the lowest level of human waste. Shame on you! Or perhaps you enjoy being the uSA terrorist regime. Your mother must be proud. The Constitution is dead. In order to right the wrong that has been done by our parents[the sheeples of the 40's & 50's] true humans must stop the money flowing into the coffers of corrumption. Of course our money is worth only the paper it's printed on... but that's another day.

9:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

seriously you guys have no understanding of the court system, legal arguments and process, or constitution. Perhaps you should move to Canada

11:53 AM  

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