September 23, 2010 – Lindsey Springer Update

   Posted by: BobMcNeil   in IRS

BobThe following is an update from Lindsey Springer, as provided by his son, Landon:

Tax Districts & District Directors

Landon Springer here with an update on my dad’s battle for release from prison due to the IRS acting outside their authority (and, more importantly, U.S. law) regarding collection and assessment of taxes and penalties without tax districts or district directors.

Here’s his letter:

Lindsey Springer here and offering an update for those of you paying attention to my cases pending before several panels of judges.

I first ask each of you who are prayer warriors to pray God’s mercy and grace shower over all the judges in any case, that they will grant the relief I have sought for over five years related to the PRA. I also ask you to pray the judges grant me relief regarding the abolished Internal Revenue Districts and District Directors offices that have not legally existed since late 1999 or early 2000.

It is obvious the issues are complicated because of the impact a decision would have on disclosures under the Paperwork Reduction Act, and the impact it would have on how the Federal Government operates outside Washington without the districts previously established by law.

I pray for all the Government employees charged with opposing these issues. I do not think they realize that what they are saying is being recorded. Even the judge at my sentencing found “penaltyprotestor.org” was a web page advocating a change in the law. It is my humble opinion the web page was promoting the rule of law.

Although I strongly urge all to provide information on income regardless of your views, I also believe Congress intended the public to be protected from “penalties” when agencies do not comply with each disclosure requirement of the Paperwork Reduction Act.

A great question to ask the statutory origin theorists is what does the phrase “notwithstanding any other provision of law” mean to the public at Title 44, USC §3512(a), and isn’t the Paperwork Reduction Act a statutory mandate?

In 1927, when filing a tax form was to be excused from the Fifth Amendment, the Supreme Court said “if the Form of Return provided calls for answers the defendant was privileged from making…”–Sullwan v. U.S. 254 U.S. (1927).

The Government relies on cases that do not support any position that a tax return and a tax form are somehow exclusive of each other. I understand the Government does not like the public telling it what to do.

Congress told all agencies what to do, and–as the Government Accountability Office reported in 2005–it is the public that Congress charged with scrutinizing agency forms.

Congress did not intend the ludicrous result that a person (if correct about the violations of the PRA, and is protected from any penalty based–or has its roots–in failing to file or deliver an information request form to the place “required by law,”) is made a criminal by some court which, after many years of not addressing the merits, decides the PRA claims are wrong.

This is how you know things are about to change.

My contentions regarding the absence of Internal Revenue Districts or District Directors are simple. What is a district? What is the difference between a district and a state? Why do “districts” exist in states?

Once you answer for yourself these questions, you are well on your way to finding out the significance of all Internal Revenue Districts being abolished in 2000.

What if all Judicial Districts of the United States were “abolished” and no other law authorized others to exist outside the District of Columbia (hint, hint…)? If you will read Title 4, §72, you will see no office of the United States Government shall be exercised outside the District of Columbia “unless expressly provided by law” (and “by law” means “by Congress”).

We cannot afford to allow the United States to roam the 50 States without proper authorization by laws of Congress. If this is allowed to continue, the Constitution and its limited enumerated powers will be lost, and what will happen then?

Read your Tenth Amendment. Read Article I, Section 8, Cl. 17.  And whatever you do, read your Bible and repent if necessary. “If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray (repent)… I will hear their prayers and heal their land.”  I’m ready for some land-healing; aren’t you?

Thank you for your prayers and support. I could not have come this far without them. Please continue, as the time I am in is crucial.

You can PayPal at [email protected] or send support to:

Landon Springer
14690 S. 82nd E AVE, #5303
Bixby, OK  74008

Thank you for reading this and considering what you can do to help. It isn’t easy for me, Lindsey’s son, to ask you for money. I trust that it doesn’t offend you, as I also trust that you’re on his mailing list due to your interest in his journey.


No direct un-apportioned tax confirmed by the US Supreme Court rulings in

CHAS. C. STEWARD MACH. CO. v. DAVIS, 301 U.S. 548, 581-582(1937)

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