Saturday, February 10, 2007

Flawed Wesley Snipes 2-part Film Circulating

The "861 argument" folks are at it again, circulating a well-produced two-part film purporting to demonstrate that only non-Americans or those doing business in foreign countries or federal territories and possessions can be liable for "income" taxes. The film focuses on the recent indictment of Wesley Snipes, and the fact that, in part, the indictment accuses Snipes of "failing to file a return stating his income and claiming any deductions and credits to which he is entitled".

Read more here.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

hehehe I noticed the same thing the other day. If you place a search string within quotes, only instances where it appears exactly as it is within the quotes will be found by the search.

3:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If 861 is "the answer" then why did both Larken Rose and Tom Clayton abandon the defense before their criminal trials, where they were convicted anyway?

861 simply doesn't "work". You may believe it does, but then you may spend some time in the Greybar Hotel too.

2:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

>If 861 is "the answer" then why >did both Larken Rose and Tom >Clayton abandon the defense before >their criminal trials, where they >were convicted anyway?

Larken Rose has not abandon 861 before or at trial thats a lie going around the net.
see here:

>861 simply doesn't "work". You may >believe it does, but then you may spend some time in the Greybar Hotel too.

listen why here:

4:14 PM  

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