Discussion in 'On Topic' started by 993kgt, Jan 19, 2007.
This guy is my new hero
they'll burn his house down before its over.
haha. Why don't they just show him the law?
Apparently the judge at his court hearing couldn't FIND the law.
mount carmel style
He's got a simple request. Show the law and he will pay up. I would expect that the feds would just oblige and show him the law rather than risk lives. Seems like a simple choice huh?
Sadly this is what it's going to take to make things public. It's going to end badly but then again, it sometimes takes someone willing to sacrifice everything to make a point.
What a tool.
He doesn't want to know, it isn't that he doesn't know.
The IRS itself has a document on their site listing all the frivolous tax evasion reasons people come up with. They cite exactly why you are a total fucking retard if you believe any one of them.
So what exactly was stated in his trial? They had to prove beyond a reasonable doubt he was evading a law, which they apparently did.
They've already shown him the law.
Actually there are people around the country who have won court cases proving that they don't have to pay taxes. I have had run ins with a couple people here in NV that didn't have driver's licenses or insurance and by arguing in front of judges using Common Law they proved that they didn't have to. First time I pulled one over and ended up in court I just stood there with my jaw on the floor as the guy went through the whole issue and the judge had to toss the case out.
You won't find those on the IRS website I bet.
Or did they? We don't know from any of the articles what happened in the trial. Jury trials aren't about right and wrong, it's about swaying the jury's emotions.
I'm sure there is way more to it than simply presenting a case to a judge referencing common law.
If it was that simple, everyone in the country would do the exact same thing. Especially now that the internet exists and the knowledge would spread like wildfire.
Links to cases please.
I'm sure he enjoys what he's doing but getting yourself killed won't change anything.
IRS' Frivolous tax arguments PDF:
I was the arresting officer in the one I described and other one was responding as backup. No links, just actual instances.
No, it's not that easy, you have to know your wording to argue the case.
I wanna help
Burn the house down or shoot the agents?
Burn his house down
fucking idiot should have just bought himself an island.
So, he is just holed up in his own fortress and refusing to pay taxes? This will be such a waste if anybody ends up dieing because of this.
I bet if nothing else, the govt. ends up paying WAY more for the standoff than the guy owes for taxes
Statutory law trumps common law for the most part. Unless statutory law goes against Natural law, in which case a good judge should rule the statute not-law.
Edit: Can't say the guy is unprepared though... well water, power generation... he's ready for the zombies.
Cut the power, he'll be forced to use his generator and he'll be out of fuel in a few days tops.
If it is natural gas, that can be shut off also and he'll be out of power instantly.
I think it's solar & wind.
i've rooting for the guy. I wonder if anything comes of it.