Sunday, March 11, 2007

Judge: Tax evader's challenge is 'frivolous'



A federal judge denied a bid by a Bucks County man to overturn his conviction for income tax evasion, calling his argument that the U.S. attorney lacked jurisdiction to prosecute him ''completely without merit and patently frivolous.''

Read more at TrialLogs.com.

4 Comments:

Blogger Joey Smith said...

Ed and Elaine Brown refuse to honor $1 million challenge!

http://www.quatloos.com/qforum/viewtopic.php?t=53

9:41 AM  
Blogger KOSMIC said...

you refuse to read and reply to my earlier posts.
I repeat myself here for you Joey.
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11:07 AM  
Blogger MrTideman said...

Thanks. I just posted my comment there.

3:19 PM  
Blogger TrueLogic said...

This Judge's being behind a Bench at all, and claiming to uphold the Constitution, is "completely without merit and patently frivolous."

He probably spends most of his off time running backwards through a FEDERAL Corn Field.

Basically, the FED, the DOJ, the IRS and the Treasury Dept. tell the Judge when to BEND OVER, and for HOW LONG.

The Judge Complies...

And then In turn... The Judge tells
the Jury to BEND OVER... And They too Comply, if it is a Weak Jury to begin with.

Sad but TRUE.

Joey Bends over without being asked at all. And the IRS loves it, because He takes it all so eagerly.

7:42 PM  

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