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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A new report puts a price tag on how much illegal immigrants cost Tennessee taxpayers.

It is close to $300 million every year, according to the study conducted the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), a nonprofit research group.

It contradicts a report by the state comptroller’s office released in August that indicated undocumented immigrants boosted the economy and did not take jobs from any Tennessee workers. Bwa ha ha ha!

Jack Martin’s team of researchers at FAIR investigated the cost of illegal immigration in Tennessee.

“The largest category of expenses to the taxpayers is for the education of the children of illegal immigrants,” Martin said.

The cost is $255 million each year for education from kindergarten through the twelfth grade and ESL programs. Martin estimates an additional $30 million is spent on healthcare and incarceration, bringing the total to $285 million.

How does this report differ from the state comptroller’s report?

“One of the main differences the comptroller’s report was also trying to calculate the value of goods and services provided by the illegal immigrants,” Martin said. “And that doesn’t really make any sense unless you’re working on the assumption that those jobs wouldn’t be done by Americans if the illegal immigrants were not taking those jobs.”

Martin doesn’t believe the immigrants are doing jobs Americans workers would not do.

“There’s no job in the United States being done only by illegal aliens, so you know there are Americans working alongside illegal aliens,” he said.

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I have a video of former IRS Agent Joe Banister telling his story and it is truly amazing. For some reason though I am unable to rip it and make it available. It might exist somewhere on the Internet but I couldn’t find it the last time I looked. There is no law that say the ordinary American must pay federal income tax.

I think this is an older video clip. The CNBC Host doesn’t mention Ron Paul as a Presidential candidate.

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A couple convicted of tax evasion was taken into custody after a five-month-long standoff with federal agents in New Hampshire, a federal law enforcement source with knowledge of the investigation told CNN.

Ed and Elaine Brown, who had refused to surrender to authorities to serve their prison sentences, were taken into custody without incident Thursday evening by U.S. Marshals at about 8:00 p.m.

The Browns had been holed up in their concrete-reinforced home in Plainfield, New Hampshire.

They were convicted of evading $1.9 million in taxes — a crime punishable by up to five years in prison. The Browns were sentenced in absentia in April.

Throughout the ordeal, the Browns insisted there was no valid law that requires them to pay income taxes.

“We have committed no crime and we will not go to prison for non-crimes,” Elaine Brown told CNN in June.

Marshals cut off utilities to the house in early June, but the Browns told CNN it was not much of a hardship because they had their own wind turbine, as well as solar panels that provided some electricity.

Also, their property covers more than 103 acres, so there was plenty of wood to keep them warm in the winter, they said.

The couple and their New Hampshire home had become a rallying spot for anti-government supporters. Randy Weaver — a survivor of the 1992 incident in Ruby Ridge, Idaho — had recently visited the Browns to show his support.

Over the summer, the Browns invited their supporters and friends to an outdoor party on their property that included live music, bocci and barbeque. Their online invitations asked attendees to “stand in solidarity with the Browns against income tax fraud and celebrate freedom.”

U.S. Marshal Steve Monier told CNN the service had no desire to engage in a violent confrontation with the Browns. “But warrants aren’t going away. They will serve their prison sentence,” he added.

The Browns, who are in their 60s, now likely face a host of other charges.

They accumulated the back taxes between 1996 and 2003, in part from money made from Elaine’s private dental practice.

Four people accused of aiding and abetting the Browns, including one man who allegedly provided security, were arrested and taken into custody in mid-September.

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Hometown Station

LA County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich has announced that a new report shows illegal aliens and their families in Los Angeles County collected over $35 million in welfare and food stamp allocations in July.

In the report, illegals are said to have collected nearly $20 million in welfare assistance for July 2007 and an additional $15 million in monthly food stamp allocations for an estimated annual cost of $440 million.

â??Illegal immigration continues to have a devastating impact on Los Angeles County taxpayers,â?said Antonovich. â??In addition to $220 million for public safety and $400 million for healthcare, the $440 million in welfare allocations bring the total cost to County taxpayers that exceeds $1 billion a year — this does not include the skyrocketing cost of education.â?

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“There is no law that requires average American workers to file or pay direct, un-apportioned taxes on the fruits of their labor.”

We The People Foundation

Around noon on Monday, September 17th, a Las Vegas federal jury returned its verdict refusing to convict nine defendants of any of the 161 federal tax crimes they had been charged with. The charges included income tax evasion, willful failure to file and conspiracy to evade taxes.

The four-month trial centered around the family businesses of Robert Kahre who paid numerous workers for their labor with circulating gold and silver U.S. coins, and did not report the wages. The payments took place over several years, allegedly totaling at least $114 million dollars.

On September 20, 2007, three days after the federal trial’s dramatic conclusion, the Las Vegas Review Journal, reportedly under a degree of public pressure, ran its first (and last) story about the outcome of the trial. To this day, with exception of the single article by the Review Journal, no major media entity has published a news story regarding the outcome of this important federal criminal tax case.

The censorship of this important news story is, unfortunately, not unexpected given the continuing, worldwide onslaught against the U.S. “dollar” — specifically the Federal Reserve variety, and the ever growing numbers of Federal Reserve Notes required to trade for an actual ounce of silver, gold, oil, or for that matter, anything.

In short, this failed prosecution has coalesced and exposed truths our Government desperately needs to hide from the People: the truth about our money, the truth about our (privately-owned) central bank, and the truth about the fraudulent nature of the operation and enforcement of the federal income tax system.

Click here to read the April, 2005 DOJ press release announcing the prosecution.
Click here to read the 9/20 story by the Review Journal about the trial.

According to defense attorney Joel Hansen, who represented co-defendant Alex Loglia, the primary “willfulness” defense was that the defendants believed they had no legal obligation to withhold, pay income taxes or report anything to the government because, in part, the nominal (i.e., face value) of the gold and silver coins is so small as to fall beneath the reporting thresholds set by the Internal Revenue Code.

The Defendants also argued that regardless of the valuation of the coins for internal revenue purposes, there is no law that requires average American workers to file or pay direct, un-apportioned taxes on the fruits of their labor.

The Government argued that the payments in solid gold and silver U.S. coins must be considered at their bullion (i.e., intrinsic full-market) value when considering the worth of the wages for purposes of the internal revenue code.

Attorney Hansen cited two Supreme Court cases bolstering Defendant’s monetary argument at the heart of the defendants “willfulness” defense.

The essence of the argument is that under the Constitution Congress is obligated by law to mint and circulate such coins as demand requires, and must establish the value of coins as they are used as legal tender, but the coins’ market value, arising as valuable personal “property,” is a distinct, separate attribute of such coins, and is of no legal consequence if the coins are used as legal tender.

In other words, if a worker is paid with such coins, his taxable “income” (if any) can only be the face value indicated upon the coin money paid — i.e., $1.00 for a circulating silver dollar or $50 for a circulating gold U.S. coin. Not surprisingly, the IRS has never issued any public guidance regarding this significant issue.

The first case, Ling Su Fan v. U.S., 218 US 302 (1910) establishes the legal distinction of a coin bearing the “impress” of the sovereign:

“These limitations are due to the fact that public law gives to such coinage a value which does not attach as a mere consequence of intrinsic value. Their quality as a legal tender is an attribute of law aside from their bullion value. They bear, therefore, the impress of sovereign power which fixes value and authorizes their use in exchange.”

The second case, Thompson v. Butler, 95 US 694 (1877), establishes that the law makes no legal distinction between the values of coin and paper money used as legal tender:

“A coin dollar is worth no more for the purposes of tender in payment of an ordinary debt than a note dollar. The law has not made the note a standard of value any more than coin. It is true that in the market, as an article of merchandise, one is of greater value than the other; but as money, that is to say, as a medium of exchange, the law knows no difference between them.”

Defense attorney Hansen confirmed that members of the jury were able to actually hold and inspect the gold and silver U.S. coins paid to the workers.

After almost four months of testimony and three and a half days of deliberation, the jury did not convict any of the defendants of any of the 161 crimes alleged. Although some defendants were acquitted of multiple counts, and several were acquitted completely, others may have to stand for a retrial if the Government brings charges a second time.

The Review Journal reported the jury foreman claimed DOJ prosecutors admitted they were “shocked” by the outcome.

In March 2007, the primary defendant, Bob Kahre, filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the prosecutor and IRS agents who had conducted what he alleges to be an unlawful search and seizure raid. In 2005, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals refused to overturn a previous District Court ruling holding that the federal prosecutor is not entitled to absolute immunity for the unlawful raid. Read more.

Click here to execute a Google News search to attempt to locate recent news stories about the Kahre tax trial.

The media suppression of this story is similar to the widespread mainstream media suppression of the July 11, 2007 acquittal of Louisiana attorney Tommy Cryer who was also charged with multiple federal income tax crimes and relied upon numerous Supreme Court precedents and U.S. tax laws to establish his “willfulness” defense. Click here for a previous WTP update containing a link to Cryer’s 100-page Motion to Dismiss which details his legal arguments.

Click here to execute a Google News archive search to attempt to locate news stories about Tommy Cryer’s tax trial.

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Shreveport attorney, Tom Cryer, won a unanimous NOT GUILTY verdict in federal district court defeating the IRS’s claim that Tom “willfully” failed to file federal income tax returns.

Tom refused to file tax returns because the IRS could not show him any law making him liable for ‘filing’ a tax return.

This just happened on Jully, 11th. I wonder why this news didn’t make it onto FOX, CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, NBC or any major newspapers?

Visit for more information on Tom Cryer’s court case.

Here is Tom Cryer’s YouTube page with more of his videos.

Another good website for materials and information on the federal income tax scam is

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Judge McAvoy also ordered that the names, addresses, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses and Social Security numbers of every person who received materials on how to stop paying taxes be turned over to the government.

This information would make it easy for the Internal Revenue Service to identify people who followed the illegal advice and for the Justice Department to prosecute them for tax crimes.


These are the strong arm tactics that are used to intimidate Americans into giving the federal government our money. They simply cannot show us the damn law that says we must pay federal income tax so they resort to these gestapo tactics.

There Is No Law!

NY Times

A Web site that sells materials stating that individuals can legally stop paying taxes has been shut on the order of a federal judge.

Judge Thomas J. McAvoy, a senior judge in the Northern District of New York who issued the order on Aug. 9, wrote that the First Amendment did not protect the two organizations that operate the Web site, or their founder, because the site incited criminal conduct. Judge McAvoy ruled that some people who went to the Web site stopped paying taxes, causing the government harm.

Judge McAvoy also ordered that the names, addresses, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses and Social Security numbers of every person who received materials on how to stop paying taxes be turned over to the government.

This information would make it easy for the Internal Revenue Service to identify people who followed the illegal advice and for the Justice Department to prosecute them for tax crimes.

The civil court order is one of at least 245 permanent injunctions obtained by federal prospectors that prohibit individuals and organizations that deny the legitimacy of the tax laws or who sell tax evasion schemes from marketing their wares.

Robert L. Schulz of Queensbury, N.Y., the founder of both organizations behind the Web site â?? the We The People Foundation for Constitutional Education and the We The People Congress â?? posted the court order at the Web site, and closed the rest of the site even though he said yesterday that the order did not specify that he do so. He also said he had filed an appeal with the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

His organization rose to prominence with a series of full-page newspaper ads, starting in 2001, asserting that the government tricks people into paying taxes. The ads solicited donations, which it said were fully tax-deductible.

Judge McAvoy, quoting from a declaration that Mr. Schulz sent to the court, said that Mr. Schulz wrote that he started â??operation stop withholdingâ? as â??a national campaign to instruct company officials, workers and independent contractors on how to legally stop wage withholding.â?

In a 25-page decision, the judge wrote that â??undisputed evidenceâ? established that Mr. Schulz and his organizations â??knew, or had reason to know, that their statements were false.â?

He said that because Mr. Schulz was taking $20 payments for a package of materials that supposedly showed how to legally stop paying taxes, the Web site could be shut down as commercial speech that urged criminal conduct.

Even if the Web site was not commercial in nature, Judge McAvoy said, it could be shut because people who followed the advice at the Web site engaged in criminal conduct.

â??The First Amendment does not protect speech that incites imminent lawless action,â? the judge wrote, citing a 1969 Supreme Court decision.

Because Mr. Schulz and his organization â??are not merely advocating, but have gone the extra step in instructing others how to engage in illegal activity and have supplied the means to do soâ? the judge added, â??their speech may be enjoined.â?

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American Chronicle

Civilizations have come and gone throughout history. What Rome took with the sword, Corporations now take with a pen, a huge bankroll, influence of corrupt politicians and the might of the United States Military Machine. The elite corporations of our world move jobs, people, equipment and merchandise across borders with their only loyalty to the corporation and corporate profit. United States manufacturers claim they can not turn a profit without cheap foreign labor. Yet Japanese manufacturers have moved their manufacturing facilities here, are paying good wages, and are doing even better than our American Corporations. The same corporations that have virtually all manufacturing conducted outside of the United States, in third world countries.

So, is America ready for Ron Paul? My opinion, America was ready for Ron Paul the day President Bill Clinton signed the NAFTA agreement with the full support of President Reagan and President Bush. The saying in my circle of friends is “the Democrats and Republicans are both taking us to the same place, they just take different roads.”

Ron Paul believes in the Constitution of the United States and does not vote on anything that would contradict what our Constitution says. With Ron Paul as President we would not be going into a war unless Congress declared war. Besides being the legal way to declare war, that eliminates the flakes in Congress from playing the blame game at election time. Ron Paul does not believe in treaties with foreign countries and would work to pull us out of all the foreign entanglements we are currently in. No more United Nations, no more NAFTA, CAFTA or NATO, etc. The truth is, we don’t need these countries as much as they need us and being in these treaties is costing us a fortune.

Ron Paul believes in low taxes, a small government and generally, the government staying out of your business. Just think what kind of budget the United States would have if we did not have to finance an overseas military and the IRS, among others.

So will Americans vote for Ron Paul? Well, the extreme left will not. They are to stuck on feel good politics. For the extreme left, it feels great to take money out of a hardworking Americans pocket and give it to a pet charity. Besides Ron Paul believes in a right to life. So even if the country was in decimation and ruin, the extreme left would be afraid of loosing the right to an abortion. The hard working blue collar American whether on the left or right should be ready for Ron Paul’s message. After all, what hard working blue collar worker likes to see their children die in a war for oil, wants to pay more in taxes so corporations can get tax breaks for sending their jobs overseas, or enjoys watching illegal aliens cross the border nightly on the news?

People come from various backgrounds in support for Ron Paul. Supporters of Ron Paul may not all agree with each other, but we can agree on his message. Bill Clinton was virtually unknown to most Americans when he started his race for the presidency. Ron Paul has a great start at the grass roots level, if he comes in at least third place in the Iowa Straw poll he has a chance to be a real contender for the presidency.

Read the entire article here.

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Heritage In Focus:
Cost of Low-Skilled Immigrants

“Heritage In Focus:
The Fiscal Cost of Low-Skill Immigrants to State and Local Taxpayers.”

Heritage In Focus:
Is a National Database the Solution?

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Who for one second believes this upswing in illegal alien tax filing has to do with a sudden surge in American patriotism and responsibility? Yea right! Ask your self why now? Why after all this time?

What’s the real intention? It’s a calculated deception. A move to trick the American public into believing they have somehow, all of a sudden, seen the light and found a strong sense of Uncle Sam and responsibility. It’s also another clever way of embedding themselves deeper into the fabric of American capitalism and society. If Bank Of America can do it why not the IRS? The well informed and not so gullible will see right through this masquarade. GuardDog

IRS Caters To Illegal Immigrants
Judicial watch Blog
April 13, 2007

Illustrating a schizophrenic relationship between two major government agencies, a record number of illegal immigrants will file taxes with the Internal Revenue Service before next weekâ??s deadline as they avoid a Homeland Security Department that supposedly strives to deport them.

The bizarre contradiction among two federal agencies sends mixed messages about the U.S. Governmentâ??s seriousness in enforcing its own laws, with one agency threatening to crack down on illegal aliens and the other actually accommodating the same violators.

About a decade ago the IRS created a special Individual Tax Identification Number (TIN) for â??foreignersâ? who donâ??t qualify for a Social Security number but want to file taxes. The agency has so far issued 10.7 million TINs, including 1.5 million last year alone. Many illegal immigrants also use the numbers to apply for credit, open bank accounts and even buy houses.

The IRS knows well that millions of illegal immigrants use TINs to file taxes annually. In fact, a few years ago the tax agency discovered 7.9 million W-2 forms with names that didnâ??t match a Social Security number. Not surprisingly, the majority of the forms were filed in states with large illegal immigrant populations such as Texas, California and Florida.

This year tax preparers in several Border States are reporting a huge surge in the number of illegal aliens requiring tax filing services. One Phoenix Arizona company that caters to Hispanics is making a killing. The owner says that the majority of his 10,000 customers filing taxes are illegal immigrants without Social Security numbers.

In Atlanta one tax preparer has seen an equally large increase in illegal immigrants filing taxes to document residency and good morale character in case U.S. lawmakers approve an amnesty bill. In Los Angeles a once-struggling tiny tax preparation office in the inner city is now booming with illegal immigrants racing to beat next weekâ??s filing deadline.

Illegal aliens across the country are openly speaking to the media about their newfound tax filings. Diggers Realm writes that illegal immigrants have learned that, since the IRS doesnâ??t cooperate with law enforcement and the Department of Homeland Security, they have little to fear.

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According to Mr. Rector’s study, low skilled legal and illegal Immigrants cost taxpayers approx. 100 billion dollars a year. Our country has imported 11 million high school dropouts in the last 20 years. Low skilled workers pay under $10,000 in taxes per year, yet they receive more the $32,000 in benefits. So if you subtract the taxes paid from the benefits received you come up with a tax burden of $22,000. In the words of Rep. Bilbray for every illegal immigrant family we are giving them the equivalent of a brand new Mustang Convertible every year. Yikes! GuardDog


“Lou Dobbs Tonight,” CNN, April 5, 2007
Robert Rector and Rep. Brian Bilbray on the Cost of Low-Skill Immigrants


Executive Summary: The Fiscal Cost of Low-Skill Households to the U.S. Taxpayer
Heritage Foundation
April 4, 2007

Each year, families and individuals pay taxes to the government and receive back a wide variety of services and benefits. When the benefits and services received by one group exceed the taxes paid, a distributional deficit occurs, and other groups must pay for the services and benefits of the group in deficit. Each year, government is involved in a large-scale transfer of resources between different social groups.


On average, low-skill households receive more government benefits and services than do other households. In FY 2004, low-skill households received $32,138 per household in immediate benefits and services (direct benefits, means-tested benefits, education, and population-based services). If public goods and the cost of interest and other financial obligations are added, total benefits rose to $43,084 per low-skill household. In general, low-skill house­holds received about $10,000 more in government benefits than did the average U.S. household, largely because of the higher level of means-tested welfare benefits received by low-skill households.

In contrast, low-skill households pay less in taxes than do other households. On average, low-skill households paid only $9,689 in taxes in FY 2004. Thus, low-skill households received at least three dollars in immediate benefits and services for each dollar in taxes paid. If the costs of public goods and past financial obligations are added, the ratio rises to four to one.

Strikingly, low-skill households in FY 2004 had average earnings of $20,564 per household. Thus, the $32,138 per household in government immediate benefits and services received by these households not only exceeded their taxes paid, but also substantially exceeded their average household earned income.

A householdâ??s net fiscal deficit equals the cost of benefits and services received minus taxes paid. If the costs of direct and means-tested benefits, education, and population-based services alone are counted, the average low-skill household had a fiscal deficit of $22,449 (expenditures of $32,138 minus $9,689 in taxes). The average net fiscal deficit of a low-skill household actually exceeded the householdâ??s earnings.

If interest and other financial obligations relating to past government activities are added, the average deficit per household rose to $27,301. In addition, the average low-skill household was a free rider with respect to government public goods, receiving public goods costing some $6,095 per household for which it paid nothing.

Receiving, on average, at least $22,449 more in benefits than they pay in taxes each year, low-skill households impose substantial long-term costs on the U.S. taxpayer. Assuming an average adult life span of 50 years for each head of household, the average lifetime costs to the taxpayer will be $1.1 million for each low-skill household for immediate benefits received minus all taxes paid. If the cost of interest and other financial obligations is added, the average lifetime cost rises to $1.3 million per low-skill household.

In 2004, there were 17.7 million low-skill households. With an average net fiscal deficit of $22,449 per house­hold, the total annual fiscal deficit (total benefits received minus total taxes paid) for all of these households equaled $397 billion (the deficit of $22,449 per household times 17.7 million households). This sum includes direct and means-tested benefits, education, and population-based services. If the low-skill householdsâ?? share of interest and other financial obligations for past activities is added, their total annual fiscal deficit rises to $483 billion. Over the next ten years the total cost of low-skill households to the taxpayer (immediate benefits minus taxes paid) is likely to be at least 3.9 trillion dollars. This number would go up significantly if changes in immigration policy lead to sub­stantial increases in the number of low-skill immigrants entering the country and receiving services.

Politically feasible changes in government policy will have little effect for decades on the level of fiscal deficit generated by most low-skill households. For example, to make the average low-skill household fiscally neutral (taxes paid equaling immediate benefits received and the appropriate share of interest on government debt), it would be necessary to eliminate Social Security, Medicare, all 60 means-tested aid programs and cut the cost of public edu­cation in half. It seems certain that, on average, low-skill households will generate deep fiscal deficits for the fore­seeable future. Policies that reduce the future number of high school dropouts and other policies affecting future generations could reduce long-term costs.

Policies that would expand Medicaid and other entitlements will increase the size of future deficits of low-skill households at the margin. On the other hand, policy changes that curtailed medical inflation could reduce costs at the margin in future years. Policies which would halt the growth of out-of-wedlock childbearing or increase real edu­cational attainments of future generations could also limit the growth of future deficits somewhat. However, these policy changes would be dwarfed by any alteration in immigration policy that would substantially increase the future inflow of low-skill immigrants; such a policy would dramatically increase the future fiscal burden to taxpayers.

To read entire article click here.

To read entire fiscal report from Robert Rector of The Heritage Foundation click here.

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Attorney Tommy K. Cryer is one of the featured speakers at the upcoming Give Me Liberty Conference.

We The People Foundation

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.

The story began over a decade ago when a friend told Cryer that the income tax was a sham. Cryer did not believe a word of it and thought his friend had gone off the deep end. Learning that his friend had decided to stop filing tax returns, Cryer determined to research the matter, show his friend where he was wrong, and keep him from getting in trouble with the IRS. That is how a two-year research project began, but it did not turn out the way Cryer expected. Sporting a wry grin, Cryer said “That just goes to show you that no good deed goes unpunished.”

His research not only included the tax laws themselves, but went past the first income tax in 1861 to the drafting of the Constitution and included reading hundreds of cases, Congressional archives and tax laws from 1913 to present. Cryer learned that although his friend had only a piece of the picture, he was right. “The Tax Code and its regulations are carefully and,” he adds, “ingeniously crafted to deceive,” said Cryer. He explains that the answer is not in what the laws say, but rather in what they do not say, and those provisions that are revealing are either hidden within tons of verbiage or behind double and triple negatives. And, more importantly, he says, he knows why.

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Wow! This is some video. This is the juror, Marcella Brooks, who appeared in Aaron Russo’s documentary America: Freedom to Fascism . Can she ever tell a story. After you hear this you are not going to want to pay your federal income tax ever again.


    Part 1

    Part 2

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In defending themselves against a federal government they claim is operating outside the government’s jurisdiction, Ed and Elaine Brown have filed 42 motions in Concord, New Hampshire’s, US District Court and had every one denied. The couple then spent three days in court listening to the federal government try to build an income tax case against them. “Of course the government failed. They didn’t prove a thing. There’s nothing to prove. We didn’t violate a statute because there is no statute, and they don’t even have jurisdiction. In fact, the court is operating out of a building that New Hampshire never ceded to the federal government as the law requires in order to have jurisdiction over anyone who has ever been tried in that court!”

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