Posts Tagged ‘Cause No. 1:12-CV-655’

Does the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) have the legal authority to use fraudulently created documents to bind born-free Americans to a debt; take punitive actions against them to collect that debt, including wage garnishment, liens, levies, and property seizures, and; take legal action against them, resulting in indictment, prosecution, conviction, and imprisonment?

As an American, living under the protection of the Constitution (the supreme Law of the Land), the answer can only be a resounding “NO!”

Unfortunately, the Department of Justice argues the IRS does have that authority, and the Federal Courts agree.

On August 4, 2015, I filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia against the Commissioner of Internal Revenue and the U.S. Attorney General. The gravamen (essence) of the complaint is the IRS’ fraudulent manipulation of a “non-filer’s” Individual Master File (IMF) data associated with its Automatic Substitute For Return (ASFR) scheme.

The fraud occurs when certain Transaction Codes are entered into the Audit Information Management System (AIMS) and requires the use of a push code to bypass the Individual Master File (IMF) safeguards.

The supposed result is the generation of a “Substitute For Return” (SFR) with an amount due of $0.00.  I say “supposed” because, in reality, no SFR is EVER created.

No matter, though.  The IRS subsequently modifies the $0.00 SFR to reflect an amount due for taxes, interest and penalties based on reported Form 1099 or W-2 data. It then creates a “self-authenticating” certification, which is used by the Department of Justice (DoJ) in court proceedings to shield IRS experts from being cross-examined concerning the details of the IMF fraud. This “self-authenticating” certification results in wage garnishment, liens, levies, property seizures, arrest, indictment, prosecution, conviction and imprisonment of ordinary, working Americans.

I was introduced to this fraud by Michael Ellis, who was instrumental in its discovery. At Michael’s suggestion, I sent a request, under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), for a copy of my IMF. When I received it. I examined it and determined the IRS had committed the same fraud against me as it did against Michael, indicating that this fraud is systemic in nature.

So, I gathered all my evidence and filed a complaint with the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. The complaint was assigned to Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly and given the Case Number 1:15-CV-01288.

For the purpose of educating you about how the IRS, the Department of Justice (DoJ), and the Courts commit fraud every day against ordinary Americans, I have set up a separate page on this website entitled “1:15-CV-01288” where I will post all of the documents related to this case.

As of this writing, there are six (6) documents posted there, with more to follow, as the case progresses.

Please follow the timeline below and feel free to download, read, and share any, or all, of the linked documents:



August 4, 2015

McNeil – Original Complaint (122 pages 5.4mb)

August 5, 2015

McNeil – Cover letter to DoJ Caroline Ciraolo (115 pages 4.1mb)

August 13, 2015

USDC – Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly – Order Establishing Court Procedures (9 pages 636kb)

September 25, 2015

McNeil – Affidavit as Proof of Service of Summonses (8 pages 1.1MB)

October 19, 2015

DoJ – Motion to Dismiss with Memorandum in Support (17 pages 342kb)

October 20, 2015

USDC – Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly – Ordering Plaintiff’s November 13, 2015 Response to DoJ Motion to Dismiss (1 page 19kb)

The outcome of any legal proceeding is unpredictable, and this case will be no exception.

I’ll post another blog after I file my opposition to the DoJ’s Motion to Dismiss and provide a link to that document for your further education.

Stay tuned.

In liberty,

Bob McNeil
21st Century American Revolutionary
Founder/President – American Citizen Party
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