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April 5, 2018 – Amended Order of Permanent Injunction

   Posted by: BobMcNeil   in IRS

In my March 14, 2018 blog, I described the events of March 1st, when Michael Ellis and I appeared before Judge Christopher R. Cooper, in Washington, D.C., to show cause why we should NOT be held in contempt for allegedly violating his April 19, 2017 “Order of Permanent Injunction” against us.  At the end of that hearing, Judge Cooper chose NOT to hold us in contempt.

But, while we were silently rejoicing in our victory, Judge Cooper turned to DoJ attorney Ryan McMonagle and requested that he submit language to amend the existing injunction to cover suits against judicial officers challenging the merit, the substance, and the process of their decisions with respect to the IRS’s program for substitute returns.  And, Mr. McMonagle did so.

We had seven (7) days to respond and, on March 16th, we filed a document entitled “Respondents’ Objection to Amending Frivolous Pre-Filing Injunction and Motion to Dissolve Injunction“.  In that document, we stated: “Judge Christopher R. Cooper knows his pre-filing injunction is the very definition of frivolous, that he imposed it strictly to terminate Respondents’ right to complain, or help others complain, in a U.S. court of the most gigantic fraud perpetrated in the name of the United States Government…..”

Further: “Since the injunction has no merit and will have no desired impact, Respondents move Judge Cooper to dissolve his injunction entirely, rather than amend it.”

As we’ve experienced with other judges, however, it is as if we never filed our “Objection”.  It fell on deaf ears and, on April 3, 2018, Judge Cooper issued his 5-page “Amended Order of Permanent Injunction“.  Below is an excerpt from the amended Injunction showing the added Paragraph (1)c., prohibiting us from “filing, or assisting in the filing of, any civil action in any United States District Court, without first obtaining leave of that court, asserting or purporting to assert claims against judicial officers, whether in their official or personal capacities…..”

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Accordingly, it is hereby ORDERED that:

(1)  Counterclaim defendants Michael B. Ellis, and Robert A. McNeil be permanently enjoined from:

a.  Filing, or assisting in the filing of, any civil action in any United States District Court, without first obtaining leave of that court, asserting, or purporting to assert a claim under the United States Constitution or the Administrative Procedure Act challenging actions taken by the Internal Revenue Service in preparing to assess and assessing income tax liabilities pursuant to 26 U.S.C. § 6020;

b.  Filing, or assisting in the filing of, any civil action in any United States District Court, without first obtaining leave of that court, asserting or purporting to assert a claim under the United States Constitution or the Administrative Procedure Act challenging actions taken by the Department of Justice to defend against the suits referenced in paragraph 1(a) and/or suits to collect income tax liabilities;

c.  Filing, or assisting in the filing of, any civil action in any United States District Court, without first obtaining leave of that court, asserting or purporting to assert claims against judicial officers, whether in their official or personal capacities, challenging the merit, the substance, and/or the process of those judicial officers’ decisions with respect to the Internal Revenue Service’s program for preparing to assess and assessing income tax liabilities pursuant to 26 U.S.C. § 6020(b);

(2)  In order to seek prior leave of court to file an action referenced in paragraph 1, the counterclaim defendants shall, before filing any complaint or other initiating document, file with the court a document titled “Application Pursuant to Court Order Seeking Leave to File,” that: (i) certifies that the claims presented are new claims never before raised and disposed of on the merits on or jurisdictional grounds by any court; (ii) describes the allegations of the complaint; and (iii) contains a certification under penalty of contempt that the allegations of the complaint are true; and (iv) attaches a copy of this injunction. The counterclaim defendants shall not be permitted to file said action unless and until such application is granted.

(3)  Counterclaim Defendant Robert A. McNeil shall post a copy of this amended injunction on his website, http://ram-v-irs.com.

(4)  The United States may engage in post-judgment discovery to monitor compliance with the injunction.

(5)  The Court shall retain jurisdiction over the counterclaim defendants and this action for the purpose of implementing and enforcing this injunction and any additional orders necessary and appropriate to the public interest.

(6)  The United States may provide actual notice of the injunction entered in this action pursuant to Rule 65(d)(2) by sending a true and correct copy thereof to the counterclaim defendants by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, or by other private courier, such as Federal Express, to the address for respondents reflected on the Court’s docket sheet for this matter and by filing a certificate of service that certifies the United States’ compliance with this provision.

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This Amended Injunction will remain posted on this website in perpetuity, or until the Rule of Law returns to our corrupt judicial system.

In liberty,

Bob McNeil
2018 U.S. Senate Candidate from Texas
21st Century American Revolutionary
Founder/President – American Citizen Party

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