Posts Tagged ‘Freedom’

Filing a New Case

After working through the Thanksgiving holiday, Michael Ellis and I finalized the Original Complaint for the next lawsuit to be filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. That document is now being circulated among the eleven (11) Co-Plaintiffs for their signatures.

Once I receive their scanned signature pages, I will collate them into the Complaint and file it, along with six (6) Exhibits in support. My goal is to mail the documents to the District Court Clerk’s office by Tuesday afternoon, November 28th, to arrive overnight by Wednesday, November 29th. Read the rest of this entry »

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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 October 16th, Michael and I filed our 6-page response entitled “Counterclaim Defendants’ Response to Jessie K. Liu’s Reply in Support of Motion to Show Cause”. Read the rest of this entry »

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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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12
Oct

October 12, 2017 – A Further Update On Contempt Proceedings

   Posted by: BobMcNeil    in IRS

The day after I posted my October 10, 2017 blog detailing the DoJ’s Motion for Show Cause why Michael and I should NOT be held in contempt of Court, I logged onto PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records) to check the Docket Sheet for Case No. 16-1053 to see if attorney McMonagle had filed a response to our September 28, 2017 document entitled “Ellis & McNeil Opposition to Motion for Show Cause & Motion to Notice Suspension of ASFR Record Falsification Program”.

Sure enough, on October 11th, McMonagle had filed it’s 6-page “United States’ Reply In Support Of Motion For Show Cause Why Counterclaim Defendants Should Not Be Held In Contempt”. Read the rest of this entry »

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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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God continues to exert his power against evil as He casts aside the obstacles standing in the way of freedom.

I received this HUGE news from a trusted friend and am publishing it here for all to see.

And, while attempting to maintain a certain level of humility, Michael and I can’t help but believe that our 16 God-inspired lawsuits, and the Government’s inability to defend the ASFR program without committing multiple felonies, played a part in its demise.

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With God leading the way, I, Michael Ellis and all the courageous Co-Plaintiffs in our cases continue to fight back against the IRS’ record falsification scheme, the multiple Department of Justice attorneys who falsify the allegations and relief we seek in our lawsuits, and the Federal judges who dismiss our cases based on the DoJ’s falsified documents.

With each DoJ motion and pleading, and each Order issued by the judges, it becomes clearer that these government officials are willing to blatantly commit multiple felonies to ensure the scheme lives in perpetuity. It is also clear they believe they are above the law.

Nothing could be further from the truth. Read the rest of this entry »

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13
Jul

“And, who are you?”, said the Magistrate

   Posted by: BobMcNeil    in 115-cv-01288, 16-5233 Appeal, IRS

Although I haven’t posted a blog in awhile, rest assured there has been a lot of activity going on behind the scenes: filing a Petition for Writ of Certiorari with the Supreme Court; moving six (6) consolidated cases through Appeals Court; filing a motion to alter or vacate the Order of permanent injunction against Michael Ellis and me; battling a rogue Magistrate Judge in cases 16-2313 & 17-00022; my trip from Texas to California to assist a Plaintiff in a court hearing; etc.

Instead of writing a lengthy post about all those events, I will address each of them in individual blogs at a later date.  This lengthy blog, however, will focus on the one case filed in California and the events leading up to my flight to Fresno in May 2017 to support a pro se Plaintiff during her initial court hearing.

Before I begin, though, it is important that I remind all of you of the reasons why Michael and I have filed, or assisted in the filing of, fourteen (14) cases in U.S. District Court. Read the rest of this entry »

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I was out of town April 29-30 and, when I returned home, I had received messages from several subscribers alerting me that this website was inaccessible and asking me if the government had shut it down.

No, it had not. Read the rest of this entry »

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On April 19, 2017, U.S. District Court Judge Christopher R. Cooper issued a nationwide, permanent injunction “prohibiting Robert A. McNeil and Michael B. Ellis from filing further duplicative lawsuits challenging the IRS’ assessment of income taxes under 26 U.S.C. § 6020.” Read the rest of this entry »

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