Posts Tagged ‘28 U.S.C. 7421(a)’

Since Department of Justice attorney, Ryan O. McMonagle, has consistently failed to defend the IRS’ record falsification scheme, he has resorted to the only remaining action available to him……to go into attack mode.

Thus, on September 18, 2017, he filed, in Judge Christopher R. Cooper’s court, “United States’ Motion For Order To Show Cause Why Counterclaim Defendants Should Not Be Held In Contempt”, with accompanying Memorandum. It should be noted that McMonagle is acting under the direction of Channing D. Phillips (United States Attorney for the District of Columbia) and David A. Hubbert (Acting Assistant Attorney General – Tax Division).

In response, on September 28, 2017, Michael and I filed “Ellis & McNeil Opposition to Motion for Show Cause & Motion to Notice Suspension of ASFR Record Falsification Program”. It opens with this statement: “For multiple reasons shown herein, Counterclaim Defendants Ellis and McNeil suggest that Ryan McMonagle’s recent Motion seeking an order to find them in contempt of this Court’s pre-filing sanction is meritless, filed solely to harass, and not for any legitimate purpose.”

Here’s the back story to bring you up to date on this development: Read the rest of this entry »

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