Jeff Maehr – Supreme Court Declined to Hear His Case

   Posted by: BobMcNeil   in IRS


In my January 1, 2013 blog post, I wrote about Jeff Maehr’s plea for help to get his petition before the Supreme Court.  Unfortunately, and more usual than not, the Court declined to hear his case.

Here is a link to an article in WND about Jeff’s plight.


The article begins “Amid an unusual spotlight on IRS conduct, a Colorado businessman contends his case is one the government particularly wants to keep hidden, because it could cause the whole federal agency to self-destruct.

Jeff Maehr, a Colorado chiropractor who has engaged in a number of business ventures, including PureHealthSystems.com, admits he has refused to file federal income tax returns since 2002, but he says the IRS is afraid to press criminal charges against him.

“They don’t want this to go to court, because there is so much information there that would blow them out of the water if this became public knowledge,” Maehr claimed.

“They are scared to death to bring this in front of a jury and give it a public hearing,” he said.  “Instead, they know the IRS goes through administrative processes and ignorant judges and courts who all play this little game.”

The article continues: “Maehr began researching the issue in 2002 and discovered legal cases indicating that the definition of income excludes wages and salaries.

Asking for help to clear up his confusion, Maehr asked the IRS to provide the statutory authority that wages were, in fact, income.  Instead, he says the IRS simply pointed to its own statements to back up its assertions.”

Finally: “Maehr says, while the news is focused on the IRS targeting of conservative groups, critics of the agency are missing a golden opportunity.

“The recent scandals coming out about the IRS shows the whole agency is corrupt, and what’s amazing is issues such as mine are not being jumped on,” he said.  “What they have done with the targeting of the conservative groups pales in insignificance when compared to forcing every man, woman and child to pay a tax that they are not legally and constitutionally liable for.”

Of course, those of us in the Tax Honesty Movement already know that.

Bob McNeil
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