Thursday, April 26, 2007

Roth & Company Tax Updates

April 25, 2007

SELF-IMPRISONMENT WON'T COUNT AGAINST THE SENTENCE

Ed and Elaine Brown, the tax-protester couple holed up in their fortified New Hampshire home, were sentenced yesterday to prison terms of over five years for evading taxes, the New Hampshire Union Leader reports:

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2 Comments:

Blogger David said...

There is no, repeat no, law requiring US citizens to file a federal income tax return.

Every American should read

31 questions and answers about the IRS

http://www.supremelaw.org/sls/31answers.htm

and see

America Freedom to Fascism

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4312730277175242198&q=freedom+to+fascism&hl=e

2:06 AM  
Blogger Scott C. Haley said...

To Roth & Company---
Do you seriously believe that those of us in the Tax Honesty Movement are not aware of the USC Title 26 sections quoted by you? Has it occurred to you that there may be more to the story regarding the Individual Income Tax?

You really need to do more research, perhaps starting with Doyle v. Mitchell Brothers (U.S. Supreme Court ruling, never reversed), 1918. The Court concluded that the word "incomes" in the 16th Amendment meant "gain from corporate activity". In Eisner v. MacComber, a couple years later, the ruling concluded that the 16th Amendment conferred "no new taxing powers" upon the Fed Govt. The ruling has not been reversed. That means, of course, that any direct tax on individual income must be apportioned among the States.

Years ago, Melvin Belli examined the portions of Title 26 that you presented and concluded that they did not meet the criteria for a legitimate tax on the income of the average American. If you're too young to know who Melvin Belli is, then Google his name.

Perhaps you could watch the video, "Theft by Deception", and then attempt to debunk it. It's on the web...Google it.

In short, you haven't even started to do your homework on this issue. The Tax Code is impeccably Constitutional, but is MISapplied to the average individual. A number of ex-IRS agents agree.

http://individualsovereignty.blogspot.com/

2:29 AM  

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