Monday, February 19, 2007

Attorney Challenges Income Tax Law

Constitutional History in the Making

Longtime Shreveport , Louisiana , attorney, Tommy K. Cryer, is no stranger to conflict and controversy. The Hall of Fame attorney, an honor graduate of LSU Law School and member of the prestigious Order of the Coif, has a reputation for taking on issues no one else would and, on a number of occasions, he has made new inroads in the legal world. But now he has thrown down the gauntlet in front of the mother of all 800 pound gorillas, the Internal Revenue Service, and the mama gorilla has picked it up. The only thing certain now is that someone is going to be hurt.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Timothy said...

Way to format the post....

7:37 PM  
Blogger Joey Smith said...

Cryers' proof is so good that he has been indicted and is about to go to jail for tax evasion.

11:50 PM  
Blogger FredMarshall1937 said...

Joey Smith said...
"Cryers' proof is so good that he has been indicted and is about to go to jail for tax evasion."

Proof doesn't matter, as long as the IRS owns the judges (and they DO own the judges). No one is ever going to get a fair trial in a FEDERAL court. IRS can take a very close look at Judges' personal tax returns, and Judges know it.

The IRS and DOJ screen every member of the jury pool by looking at the tax records. They only permit people to be selected who have dutifully paid taxes and have had no dispute with the IRS. The defense doesn't get to look at these records.

2:50 AM  

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