February 8, 2018 – Request for Donations; Update on Cases

   Posted by: BobMcNeil   in IRS

As I have stated many times, the purpose of this website is to educate you, the American people, about the corruption, collusion and violations of multiple criminal statutes by Internal Revenue Service (IRS) personnel, Department of Justice (DoJ) attorneys, and the judges in the Federal District Court and Appeals Court, relating to the enforcement of the income tax.

The IRS-supplied evidence supporting our lawsuits, the disingenuous pleadings filed by the DoJ attorneys in response, as well as the faulty dismissal and affirming “Orders” issued by the judges, provide incontrovertible proof that our claims of record falsification and subsequent concealment of that falsification are true. I encourage each of you to read the documents associated with these cases, download and save them, and spread the word to everyone on all of your social media platforms.

Request for Donations

Following this section, I will discuss the status of our cases, but, now, I have some specific donation requests.

As you can see from the following table, since 2016, when I began keeping a spreadsheet to track the costs associated with filing all of the cases in District Court, Appeals Court and the Supreme Court, I have either personally contributed, or received contributions, totaling $15,043.18 and spent $15,202.00, resulting in a current deficit of <$158.82>:




Here is the link to see the 2018 detail, as of February 6th: http://bit.ly/2BNnns5

And, here are three (3) specific requests for donations, with a description of the purpose for each:

1. Serving Summonses on Federal Judges

As I explained in my November 26, 2017 blog (I can’t believe it has been that long!), in the most recent cases, I have had to pay “Same Day Process“, in Washington, D.C., to perform a “skip trace” to obtain the home addresses for the seven (7) Defendant judges we are suing in personal capacity. Once each home address is obtained, I must then pay Same Day Process to serve a summons to each of them at their respective residences.

To date, the following judges have been served:

Case 17-1720 McNeil, et al. v Harvey, et al. (Suing District Court judges)

1. Christopher R. Cooper (Washington, D.C.)
2. G. Michael Harvey (Washington, D.C.)
3. Dale A. Drozd (California)

Remaining to be served:
4. Amy Berman Jackson (Washington, D.C.)

17-2602 McNeil, et al. v. Brown, et al. (Suing Appeals Court judges)

1. Janice Rodgers Brown (California)

Remaining to be served:
2. Robert L. Wilkins (Washington, D.C.)
3. Douglas H. Ginsburg (Washington, D.C.)

It will cost $450.00 (3 x $150.00) to perform skip traces for the remaining judges.

It will cost $225.00 (3 x $75.00) to serve summonses on each of the judges.

Therefore, the total cost to serve the final three (3) judges will be $675.00.

I need to serve their summonses as soon as possible to advance the cases.

  2. Travel Expenses for Show Cause Hearing in Washington, D.C.

Judge Christopher Cooper has ordered Michael and me to fly to Washington, D.C. for a Show Cause Hearing to be held in his court at 10:00am EST on March 1, 2018. The purpose of that hearing is for us to explain to him why we should NOT be held in contempt of court for allegedly violating his April 19, 2017 permanent, nationwide injunction to stop us from filing, or assisting others to file, any additional lawsuits a) 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) 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.

DoJ attorneys claim we violated the injunction when we filed cases 17-1720 and 17-2602, which were both filed seeking declaratory judgment concerning unrelated matters.

Of course, we deny that these two cases violate the narrow restrictions in the injunction.

I am reaching out to anyone who would be willing to donate the following to help with the travel expenses to/from Washington, D.C.:

1. Airline miles for three (3) non-stop, round-trip, tickets from Dallas-Ft. Worth Airport (DFW) to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) the afternoon of February 28, 2018 and returning the afternoon of March 1, 2018. Both airports are American Airlines hubs, so, it is likely American would have the most flights from which to choose. (Note: Michael plans to bring his wife to serve as a court watcher.)

2. Hotel points for two (2) rooms in, or near, Washington, D.C. for one (1) night – February 28, 2018, checking out March 1st. 

You should all know that Michael and I are not intimidated, nor fearful, and intend to stand tall before Judge Cooper and state the Truth.

Bob McNeil and Michael Ellis










If you live in, or near, Washington, D.C., I invite you to attend the hearing and serve as a court watcher to take notes documenting the proceedings.

Here are the details:

Date: March 1, 2018
Time: 10:00am EST
Location: E. Barrett Prettyman United States Courthouse
Address: 333 Constitution Avenue N.W., Washington D.C. 20001
Judge: Christopher R. Cooper

3. PACER (Public Access to Electronic Records) Fees

Finally, I am currently managing six (6) live cases, which requires me to frequently login to PACER (Public Access to Electronic Records), download docket sheets and pleadings, and organize them on my computer to keep track of filing deadlines to ensure our cases are not dismissed for lack of prosecution. PACER charges a fee, and bills me quarterly, for each page accessed and downloaded. Payment for the latest PACER invoice, for the 4th quarter of 2017, is due on February 11, 2018 and totals $206.30.

If you wish to help with any of these expenses, please contact me and I will provide instructions.

Case Updates

16-1053 Crumpacker, et al. v. Ciraolo-Klepper, et al.

In this case, the actions of Judge Christopher R. Cooper will forever serve as a textbook example of judicial misconduct and malfeasance.

Judge Cooper









Examples include, manipulation of the docket, failure to file several of our pleadings into the record, failure to read our pleadings, issuing Orders without considering our pleadings opposing the DoJ’s motions, failure to recuse in the face of obvious bias, etc.

One example is “Counterclaim Defendants’ Answer and Cross-Counterclaim“, which we mailed to the Court on September 9, 2016, but, was not filed into the record until February 28, 2017 (172 days later). Most notable is the fact that this document was not considered by Judge Cooper when he summarily dismissed six (6) consolidated cases on December 31, 2016.

Keep in mind that, during this 172-day period, many additional pleadings were entered, including:

20170928 DoJ Notice of Related Cases
20160930 Judge Tanya S. Chutkan – Order for Briefing Schedule
20161003 Case Was Reassigned from Judge Chutkan to Judge Cooper’s Court
20161007 DoJ United States Motion to Dismiss Complaint
20161017 Counterclaim Defendants’ Objection to Consolidation Without Certification and Motion to Recuse Judge Cooper
20161021 ORDERS from Judge Chris Cooper Denying Motion to Recuse and Objection to Consolidation
20161021 Judge Cooper Case Consolidation Order (Consolidated six cases into his Court)
20161023 Counterclaim Defendants’ Objection to October 7, 2016 Government Motion to Dismiss
20161117 Counterclaim Defendants’ Notice of Newly-Filed Suit (16-2313) and Motion to Stay
20161205 Judge Cooper ORDER Denying Motion to Stay
20161231 Judge Cooper ORDER Granting DoJ Motion to Dismiss Six Consolidated Cases
20170123 Judge Cooper Order for Counterclaim Defendants to Show Cause Why Counterclaims Should Not Be Dismissed (Note: Because he had not read our Answer and Cross-Counterclaim of September 9, 2016)
20170125 Cross-Counterclaim Plaintiffs’ Supplemental Rule 59(e) Motion to Correct Clear “Errors” and Manifest Injustices (Leave to File was Denied by Judge Cooper)
20170130 DoJ Response to Judge Cooper’s January 23, 2017 Order to Show Cause (Admitting that it had our Answer and Cross-Counterclaim in its possession since September 22, 2016)
20170130 DoJ Declaration of Ryan O. McMonagle (Admitting that it had our Answer and Cross-Counterclaim in its possession since September 22, 2016) DoJ Response to Judge Cooper’s January 23, 2017 Order to Show Cause (Admitting that it had our Answer and Cross-Counterclaim in its possession since September 22, 2016)
20170131 Judge Cooper Minute Order for DoJ Response to Cross-Counterclaim
20170212 McNeil Declaration Regarding Judge Cooper’s Failure to Issue His December 31, 2016 Order of Dismissal to All Six Plaintiffs (Leave to File was Denied by Judge Cooper)
20170212 Cross-Counterclaim Plaintiffs’ Motion to Notice and Correct Clerk’s Service Error, Loss of Documents, & Etc. (Leave to File was Denied by Judge Cooper)
20170228 DoJ United States’ Motion for Permanent Injunction
20170228 DoJ United States’ Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion for Permanent Injunction

Another, and one of the most egregious examples, involves events surrounding multiple pleadings, beginning with the “United States’ Motion for Order to Show Cause Why Counterclaim Defendants Should Not Be Held In Contempt“, and it’s accompanying “Memorandum of Law In Support“, which were filed on September 18, 2017.

We filed our timely “Opposition to Motion to Show Cause” on September 28, 2017 and followed that document up with a “Motion to Recuse Judge Cooper and Notice Suspension by TIGTA of IRS’ ASFR Record Falsification Program” on October 3, 2017.

The DoJ countered our “Opposition” with its “United States’ Reply In Support Of Motion To Show Cause Why Counterclaim Defendants Should Not Be Held In Contempt” on October 11, 2017. On that same date, it also filed its “United States’ Opposition To Counterclaim Defendants Motion For Recusal“.

On October 20, 2017, we filed our timely “Response to United States’ Reply in Support of Motion to Show Cause” and our “Reply to United States’ Opposition to Counterclaim Defendants’ Motion to Recuse“.

In another stunning example of Judge Cooper’s misconduct and malfeasance, these two documents sat in his chambers for 82 days before he finally filed them into the record on January 9, 2018. Acknowledging his “error”, he noted on the docket that they were “deemed filed on October 20, 2017”.

This is significant because, on December 22, 2017, DoJ filed its “Second Motion for Order to Show Cause Why Counterclaim Defendants Should Not Be Held In Contempt” with “Memorandum In Support“.

Ten days later, we filed our timely “Counterclaim Defendants’ Opposition to Government’s December 22, 2017 Second Motion for Sanctions“, which arrived in the Court’s mailroom on January 3, 2018.

Unfortunately, it had little effect because, that same day, January 3, 2018, Judge Cooper issued his “Order to Show Cause” granting the “United States’ Second Motion to Show Cause…..“. This Order requires Michael Ellis and me to appear before him in his courtroom at 10:00am on March 1, 2018 to show cause why we should not be held in contempt of court for failing to obey the order of permanent injunction, entered against us on April 19, 2017.

So, not only was our October 20, 2017 “Response” not filed until January 9, 2018, Judge Cooper never even read, or considered, our January 3, 2018 “Opposition” before he granted the “Government’s Second Motion to Show Cause” on January 3, 2018.

And, finally, in his latest act of judicial misconduct and malfeasance, he claimed he never received our January 3rd “Opposition” and I had to email a second copy to his Case Administrator on January 31, 2018. It was filed into the record that same day, 28 days after the District Court mailroom received the original version.

But, wait!  That’s not all!

For other examples, and to see the full history of this case, read the information contained my previous blogs, which can be found in the links that follow:


February 27, 2017 – Website Revamp; Status of Cases; New Players Enter the Scene; A Crisis of Conscience; Donations


March 6, 2017 – 16-1053 Crumpacker – A Message for DoJ Attorney Ryan O. McMonagle


April 4, 2017 – Status of Cases; My Entry Into State Tax Legislation; God Opens A New Door; Notices of Appeal


Judge Cooper’s Nationwide Permanent Injunction


October 10, 2017 – Battling A Contempt Of Court Motion by DoJ Attorney Ryan O. McMonagle


October 12, 2017 – A Further Update On Contempt Proceedings


18-mc-00011 In Re McNeil and Ellis Pre-Filing Injunction, et al v. Ellis, et al

Case 16-1053 Crumpacker was dismissed on December 31, 2016, but, activity is ongoing as we continue to battle DoJ attorney McMonagle and Judge Cooper on the injunction and sanctions. In an effort to finally close the case, on January 24, 2018, Judge Cooper issued an Order for the Clerk to open a new “miscellaneous” case to adjudicate the issues related to his April 19, 2017 pre-filing injunction.

In the initial setup of the new case, styled “In Re McNeil and Ellis Pre-Filing Injunction, et al v. Ellis, et al”, he transferred 19 documents and 2 Minute Orders from 16-1053 to the 18-mc-00011 docket.

All future pleadings related to the pre-filing injunction will be filed in this case.

Remaining Active Cases

There are more cases to discuss:

16-2313 Ellis, et al v. Jackson, et al

17-00022 Stanley, et al v. Lynch, et al

17-1720 McNeil, et al v. Harvey, et al

17-2602 McNeil, et al v. Brown, et al

17-5191 U.S. Court of Appeals – Crumpacker v. Caroline Ciraolo-Klepper, et al

But, I think I’ll save those updates for another blog

Support my Campaign for U.S. Senator from Texas

The institutionalized IRS record falsification scheme we have uncovered, and the efforts by the DoJ and Federal judges to conceal and, thereby, perpetuate it, demonstrate that there is no remedy at law to stop it. But, there is a political solution that will.

I encourage each of you to visit my website outlining my 2018 campaign for U.S. Senator from Texas. My primary mission is to introduce the “Economic Freedom Act“, a powerful piece of legislation designed to abolish both the corporate and individual income tax and fund a 50% smaller Federal government by simply reverting to the “Indirect” and “Direct” taxation methods written into the Constitution by the Founding Fathers in 1787. After all, those two methods fully funded the government for the first 125 years of America’s existence and have never been repealed.

In addition, as a United States Senator, I will schedule a meeting with President Trump and present to him, for his signature, the “Proclamation of Freedom“, the most powerful document written in modern American history. With one stroke of his pen, this 2-page Proclamation invokes his exclusive Article II, Section 2 Presidential power to pardon every American business and individual from ever filing an income tax return, or paying income taxes again. This act, alone, proves how timeless the Constitution is and what visionaries the Founding Fathers were.

As the candidate from the American Citizen Party, I will face off against the Republican, Democrat, Libertarian and Green Party candidates, who will be selected by voters in the March 6, 2018 primary election. Currently, Ted Cruz is the incumbent Republican Senator seeking reelection in 2018. On tax policy alone, and, as a true Constitutional conservative, I am the superior candidate. But, when you factor in my 40-year career as an accountant, corporate auditor, and independent business consultant, solving problems for, and improving the profitability of, Fortune 500 companies, I stand far above all the other candidates.

With my candidacy, for the first time in more than 100 years, Texans will be given the opportunity to vote for liberty and prosperity at the level intended by the Founders for you, your children and future generations of Americans.

I pray you will support my candidacy with your volunteer efforts, campaign contributions and, if you live in Texas, your vote.

In liberty,

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

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