Sunday, July 15, 2007

"This is the shot between their eyes." - Gary Thomason, Co-Founder

As reported by Michael Rivero over at
TAXES Archives
July 15, 2007

Tom Cryer's Trial Summary

It should be noted that (with Mr. Cryer's trial notes in hand) at this point the U.S. Government (the IRS and the DOJ) did not make any effort to contest any of the content of Mr. Cryer's testimonial notebook, which was organized in such a fashion that anyone with experience in legal research could follow the line of reasoning that Mr. Cryer had used in order to arrive at his heartfelt beliefs. The U.S. Attorney held up Mr. Cryer's 108-page Memorandum and cited one phrase coined from a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that pointed out... that the income tax (Internal Revenue Code) is unconstitutional--expecting a "yes" or "no" answer. Mr. Cryer kindly directed the U.S. Attorney back to the Memorandum and stated that HE didn't say that the Internal Revenue Code was unconstitutional... but that the U.S. Supreme Court had held that AS APPLIED the income tax WOULD BE UNCONSTITUTIONAL!

"No further questions your Honor." Read more here.

Editor's Note: This point was covered in the audioblog interview with Gary Thomason at this link. The main point Gary made is that the Judge at one point in the trial entered a formal "objection" to Tommy's testimony - in effect saying that what Tommy was reading from - ie. his trial notebook - was actually discovery and should be turned over to the DOJ. Tommy's trial notebook was filled with the text from the Federal Code of Regulations, actual IRS code sections, US Supreme Court Decisions, etc. which are all on the record. When the trail resume the next day the DOJ didn't raise any objections to the contents in Tommy's trial notebook.


Blogger Scott C. Haley said...

Exactly correct.

IF Title 26 USC actually did impose a tax on the average American's labor, THEN that law would be unconstitutional. The law does no such thing; therefore, it is impeccably Constitutional.

The problem is that the Treasury Dept and/or IRS have convoluted the Regulation (Administrative Law) Title 26 CFR to make Americans THINK that the Law (Title 26 USC) does impose the income tax on the average individual's income. Certain elements in Congress have colluded in this fraud by also revising (convoluting) Title 26 USC (the Law). They like the money rolling in and want to keep it that way in order to pay the interest on the national debt. That props up the whole obscene fiat money system.

No such tax is imposed.

10:32 PM  

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