Posts Tagged ‘18 U.S.C. §371’

In my October 12, 2017 blog, I discussed the DoJ’s October 11th filing of it’s 6-page document entitled “United States’ Reply In Support Of Motion For Show Cause Why Counterclaim Defendants Should Not Be Held In Contempt”. On that same date, DoJ attorney Ryan McMonagle had also filed “United States Opposition To Counterclaim Defendants Motion For Recusal”. That document was in response to our “Motion to Recuse the Hon. Chris Cooper”, which Michael and I had filed on October 3rd and which I had failed to mention in my blog. Read the rest of this entry »

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Many of you want to join Case 17-00022 as Co-Plaintiffs, but I have received emails from a few people who are having trouble downloading the files from Dropbox. My intent is to make it easy as possible for you to join this case, so, I contacted my web developer and we worked together to come up with a solution.

At my request, she created a new page on this website entitled Rule 20 Motion for 17-00022, which you can see in the menu. She then uploaded the documents you will need to join the case and become a Co-Plaintiff. I have also provided an example showing how to fill out the Motion. That’s as simple as I can make it for you.

All you have to do is decide to take action and join the effort to stop the IRS fraud we have uncovered.

NOTE: There is no charge to join the lawsuit, nor will you be required to pay a $400.00 filing fee to the Court, like you would be required to do if you filed your own case. The only expenses you will incur are the printing and mailing costs to send the completed documents to the Court and to the Defendants. Read the rest of this entry »

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