DID THE IRS DEFAULT IN TAX CASE DOCKETED WITH U.S. SUPREME COURT?
December 8, 2012
Taking on the IRS is not something most people would do simply because they’re the American version of the Nazi Gestapo. That includes attorneys who work for the IRS. They aren’t stupid. They can read, but they sure as hell care absolutely nothing for the law or the U.S. Constitution. The only thing U.S. attorneys who prosecute income tax cases care about is job security, their federal paycheck and retirement benefits.
Let’s not forget the gutless males and females who sit on the bench in federal court rooms all across this country who protect the big lie about the federal income tax. Like IRS employees and attorneys, those judges are nothing more than parasites who feed off the host. There is no honor in protecting a lie – especially one that has been so destructive to the American people.
My dear friend and attorney in our ‘smart’ meter fight here in Texas, Tommy Cryer, took on the IRS in a big way. The federal Gestapo charged him with several tax “crimes.” Two felony tax evasion and two willful failure to file returns. Eventually, the government dropped the two felony tax evasion charges. After all the gut wrenching involved in being a defendant in federal court, the case went to the jury. Tommy was quitted 12-0. But, he paid the ultimate price. Between trying to handle his private practice case load and the unbelievable stress involved with the trial over years, Tommy died in his sleep, June 4, 2012. He had two prior bad heart attacks. Along with some other serious health issues, likely, his heart gave out for good and America lost a true American patriot. Gone, but not forgotten.