Posts Tagged ‘Lindsey Springer’

On April 11, 2016, I filed the following document with the District Court of the United States for the District of Columbia:


See Document 013 at the following link: (12 pages 2.4mb)

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Lindsey Springer Update – Abolish the IRS Now!!

   Posted by: BobMcNeil    in IRS


From his prison cell in Big Spring, Texas, Lindsey Springer offers some insight into the current IRS scandal in Washington, D.C. involving certain tax exempt organizations.

Specifically, he asks:

“Who is the IRS?”

“Is the IRS an agency created by Congress, or by regulation?”

“What is the IRS’ legal function regarding certain organizations seeking tax exempt status?”

“Who is responsible for administering and enforcing Title 26 of the U.S. Code?”

Lindsey explains it all below.

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Lindsey Springer Update – April 29, 2013

   Posted by: BobMcNeil    in IRS


Lindsey Springer provides another update from his prison cell in Big Spring, Texas.

In this update, he discusses:

1. His Motion to Vacate, Set Aside or Correct a Sentence;
2. His 76 grounds for relief;
3. His efforts to have the judge recused;
4. How, if your State Constitution prohibits imprisonment for failure to or non-payment of a debt that the Ninth and Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution require the United States to never imprison you for failure to pay such debt;
5. How the obligation to file an income tax return and the criminalization of willful failure to do so represent statutory mandates divorced from Form 1040 United States Individual Income Tax Returns;
6. His filing a Motion for Declaratory Judgment asking for the Court to rule that the obligation to file a Form 1040 is voluntary and even divorced from the statutory obligation to file an income tax return.

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Lindsey Springer Update – 02/17/13

   Posted by: BobMcNeil    in IRS


Lindsey Springer sends his latest update from prison in Big Spring, Texas.

Here, he discusses the implications of the Tenth Circuit’s ruling that Form 1040 is “divorced” from the requirement to file an income tax return under 26 U.S.C. Section 6012 and 7203.

Per Lindsey, “If the Form is “divorced” from Section 6012 and 7203, then so is the obligation to provide such information under penalty of perjury. Read the rest of this entry »

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Lindsey Springer Update on Internal Revenue Districts

   Posted by: BobMcNeil    in IRS


Lindsey Springer provides an update on:

* the existence of the IRS as a question of fact or a matter of law;

* the abolition of IRS Revenue Districts and District Directors in 1999;

* the legal affect of Treasury Regulations, and more. Read the rest of this entry »

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Lindsey Springer Update – April 7, 2012

   Posted by: BobMcNeil    in IRS

Bob Here is the latest update from Lindsey Springer from his cell in Federal prison in Big Spring, Texas.  The forward is from Bob Hurt, who runs the “Lawmen” Google Group from his home in Florida.

For all who have suffered at the hands of the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Justice, Bob and Lindsey say it all.  The only thing I will add is that, while I continue to fight my own battle, I will also continue to post updates from Lindsey here, as I receive them.

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Lindsey Springer Update – March 22, 2012

   Posted by: BobMcNeil    in IRS

Bob Here is the latest update from Lindsey Springer, as he continues to battle the IRS, Department of Justice, and the Courts from his prison cell in Big Spring, Texas.  In this update, he discusses the jurisdiction of the United States within a State; the effect of the Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 on internal revenue districts; the Tenth Circuit’s use of the 2005 version of 1.6091-2 to apply backwards to 2000 through 2004 (unconstitutional ex-post facto action); and his April 26th deadline to submit his criminal case to the Supreme Court.

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Lindsey Springer Update – March 4, 2012

   Posted by: BobMcNeil    in IRS

Bob Lindsey Springer sends another update from his prison cell in Big Spring, Texas.  Here, he discusses the 10th Amendment; his Petition to the Supreme Court; the Paperwork Reduction Act; IRS District Directors; internal revenue districts, and other items.

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Lindsey Springer and the 10th Amendment

   Posted by: BobMcNeil    in IRS

Bob Here is the latest update from Lindsey Springer in which he discusses State sovereignty, the 10th Amendment, and the impact of Bond v. U.S., in which the Supreme Court held that a person has standing to challenge Federal law for violating the principals of Federalism.

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Lindsey Springer Goes to the Supreme Court Again

   Posted by: BobMcNeil    in IRS

Bob Writing from prison, Lindsey Springer provides an update on his appeal to the Supreme Court.  Court actions cost money and I’m sending him a few hundred dollars to help out.

If you can spare any amount, I’m sure he’d appreciate it.

The following is Lindsey’s update:


From: Lindsey Springer [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Monday, September 26, 2011 7:52 PM
To: Lindsey Springer
Subject: PenaltyProtestor > Springer goes to the Supreme Court again

Letter from Dad, requesting assistance in appealing to the Supreme Court:


Lindsey Springer here offering an update.

Recently, the Tenth Circuit suspended my attorney “indefinitely” for claiming the Internal Revenue Service “no longer existed” according to the current regulations that created it.  Read 26 CFR 601.101.  This is all very important as the Courts refuse to acknowledge the fact all District Director and Internal Revenue Districts have been abolished, yet they continue to deny relief in a Federal Court if you did not send your claim to the District Director.

The Tenth Amendment prohibits the United States from acting within each of the States, as that territory is reserved to the States.  This is why the United States creates “Districts.”  Without any hearing, merits-based analysis, or due process, the Court suspended my attorney.  This is after he was on 6 different cases and the Tax Division had sought to have him removed because he represented one of the witnesses 7 years earlier in their criminal case.  In short, they decided they had to find something to suspend him for, as they did not wish to address the issues raised.   The same thing they did with the PRA (which I’ve had to raise 5 times) they are now doing with addressing the due process violation of the President’s not establishing Internal Revenue Districts.  Read 26 U.S.C. Section 7621 and 7601 for yourself and ask how could these laws mean anything without such revenue districts.

After the Tenth Circuit dismissed 2 of my appeals before briefing–claiming I failed to provide information in my Court imposed requirement to obtain permission to appeal (I know)–and after they summarily dismissed, without any merits-based analysis, my appeal where the U.S. sued me to take my home (accomplished without a seventh amendment jury trial) (10-5037), I am moving to the Supreme Court under its original jurisdiction and under appellate jurisdiction.  There is no doubt the United States has violated U.S. v. LaSalle, 437 U.S. 298 (1978), which requires the IRS to stop civil collection when they make an institutional referral to a U.S. Attorney for a Grand Jury-considered indictment.

In June, 2011, in Bond v. U.S. 564 U.S. ___, (2011) the Supreme Court unanimously reversed a decision by the 3rd Circuit, where Bond was prohibited from challenging Federal Law for violating the Tenth Amendment’s principal of Federalism (State power).   With Health Care mandates in jeopardy at the 11th Circuit, and all Judges at the 3rd Circuit (and all other Courts who took the 3rd’s position that was reversed by Bond) on a theory since 1939 that the Supreme Court rejected over and over again, I will try again to seek intervention by the Supreme Court, as no other remedy is available.

Since the action of which I complain began in the 10th Circuit, I may get more traction.  My attorney’s conduct is no more improper (actually spot on) than the entire 3rd Circuit’s denying Ms. Bond her standing to challenge Federal Law on Federalism violations.  That position was neither the holding of the Case (Tennessee Valley Athority, 1939) upon which the 3rd Circuit relied, nor was that sentence necessary dictum to the holding therein.

I will need all the help you are able to give me.  I will need at least $2,000, and any help you can offer (even $10 or $20) would be wonderfully appreciated.  I know you will be blessed for your giving in this instance.  I have been on this front 20 years, and I do not intend to give up now.

My civil action I filed 2 months ago is on hold pending the outcome of my criminal appeal (so sayeth Judge Frizzell).  There has been no ruling yet in those three appeals (10-5055, 10-5156, 11-5053).  Thank you for any consideration you can give.  Please keep praying.  I would not waste time if I were discouraged, as writing two cases to the  Supreme Court is very time consuming, particularly from prison.

Thank you, God bless you.

Lindsey Springer


Thank you so much for the support you have given us so far.  I pray that you are rewarded for your generosity, both in this life and the next.


[email protected]

Mailing address for donations or other inquiries:

Landon Springer (I can’t cash checks made out to Lindsey)

5147 S. Harvard, #116, Tulsa, OK  74135

Letters to Lindsey directly (no donations or packages):

Lindsey Springer, 02580-063

FCI Big Spring

1900 Simler Ave

Big Spring, TX  79720


Landon Springer


In freedom,

Bob McNeil
2012 Presidential Candidate
Founder – American Citizen Party
I.R.S. Nemesis
Phone: (713) 806-5199
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