Saturday, August 13, 2005

Don't forget folks, all of these people can use contributions.

Here is a link to a press release by Ken Evans:

http://www.reasons2vote.com/pressrelease8-13-05.html

17 Old Comments:

We won a big case, send money!!!

We lost a big case, send money!!!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/13/2005 11:22 AM  

Wow, Ken. That is an EXCELLENT article. I strongly recommend everyone read it.

By Blogger Jamie, at 8/13/2005 12:14 PM  

Billboards; Flyers; Business Cards; Notices in the classifieds; Restroom Graffiti; Email sigfiles;

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*_WHO IS LARKEN ROSE?_*
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It's time to saturate the country with that question.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/13/2005 12:17 PM  

Sincere and Great words from a man that will spend probably 5 years in jail for a crime he never committed:
Dear Subscriber,

As I'm sure most of you have heard by now, I was convicted on Friday of
five misdemeanor counts of "willful failure to file." I'm at home, with a
new federally-funded piece of fashionable jewelry (ankle bracelet).
Sentencing happens November 15.

I'm obviously not happy about being convicted, but I am more upset at the
missed opportunity. As I've said all along, my goal was not to avoid
trouble (obviously), but to expose what I believe is a monumental fraud.
Becaue of that, I had to do things the way I did (pro se, not looking for
procedural solutions, etc.), which put me at an even greater disadvantage.
An acquittal would have gotten public attention which would have helped a
lot. But it wasn't to be.

I'm sure a bunch of people who were there (and we packed the room) will be
giving their accounts of what occurred at the trial. Right now, as you
can probably imagine, I have a lot of things to take care of, so I'll cut
this message short. For now I'll just add this: I'm proud that I told the
truth, and stood up against a fraud. And of course, I'm upset that this
time around, doing the right thing didn't seem to accomplish much. But
hey, no one said resisting tyranny was easy.

Eventually I believe the audio recording of the entire trial will be
available. In my closing I explained how this trial was simply a really
big "baseball bat" designed to intimidate me into LYING about my beliefs
(i.e. "confessing" I owe the tax, when I know that I don't). I find it
sad that our "public servants" seem to think "government-via-baseball-bat"
is perfectly legitimate. Apparently the jury thought so too.

Sincerely,

Larken Rose
larken@taxableincome.net

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/13/2005 12:34 PM  

Larken,

I think that you and your wife Tessa are great people! I applaud both of you.

Have you considered sitting down with the IRS guys in an attmept to pay taxes that you are liable to pay to ask them to show you where to look in their Code to begin reading? Recorded of course.

I mean, you don't go directly to a 1040 and start filling it out.. There has to be a law that requires you to go there.

Also, have you considered calling an IRS expert as a hostile defense witness?

Good luck!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/13/2005 2:00 PM  

Thanks for the blog guys. Good work.

Doug Kenline
http://dougkenline.blogspot.com/

By Blogger Doug, at 8/13/2005 2:41 PM  

"for a crime he never committed"

Not according to the jury.

Nobody outside the lunatic fringe that constitutes the tax protestor movement thinks that Larken is anything other than a common, convicted criminal.

There will not be any more popular uprising for Larken than there was for Lynne Meredith, or Al Thompson, or Dick Simkanin, or Nick Jesson, or Judge Rizzo, or Irwin Schiff (his first two convictions), or Phil Marsh, or any one of dozens of other tax protestors going back three or four decades.

That's because most people see the lunatic fringe that constitutes the tax protestor movement as, well, the lunatic fringe that it is.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/13/2005 2:51 PM  

We are suppose to believe the Judge knows what the IRS code says ?!?!
He could not even remember which Constitutional amendment brought about the "Income tax" or what year it passed.
The code and regs are thousands of pages long --
He probrably never even read section 61 or 861 ( much less the regs ).
Probrably NEVER has heard any other income tax cases.
BUT, we are to trust him to interepret the law and give instruction to the jury on what it says.
WHAT A TRAVESTY OF JUSTICE

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/13/2005 3:56 PM  

We are supposed to believe the Judge knows what the IRS code says ?!?!
He could not even remember which Constitutional amendment brought about the "Income tax" or what year it passed.
The code and regs are thousands of pages long --
He probably never even read section 61 or 861 ( much less the regs ).
Probably NEVER has heard any other income tax cases.
BUT, we are to trust him to interpret the law and give instruction to the jury on what it says.
WHAT A TRAVESTY OF JUSTICE

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/13/2005 3:58 PM  

"Nobody outside the lunatic fringe that constitutes the tax protestor movement thinks that Larken is anything other than a common, convicted criminal."

Wow, what a statement, and a conflicting one.
NOT ALL PEOPLE IN THE THM AGREE WITH LARKIN, IRWIN SCHIFF IS ONE OF THEM.

Your Post plainly shows you either love quatloos, or you have no idea what a logical argument is.

It is also great to hear you have talked to the millions of people outside the THM, and gotten there opinion about Larken Rose, i'll be sure to rely on you for all my information regarding Larken Rose and the THM. Yeah Right!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/13/2005 4:01 PM  

LOL! The anonymous cowardly silly people really love trying to rankle us. I am getting the impression that they, instead of us, are getting a bit frustrated that we aren't just surrendering after this verdict. Why else would they bother posting here at all?

Instead of getting mad at them, just keep on cheerfully telling the truth, guys; they REALLY hate that. (Think salt on slugs.)

By Blogger Jamie, at 8/13/2005 5:49 PM  

(Think salt on slugs)

LOL. Yep.

Consider this, I recall reading somewhere many years ago that it costs about $25,000 per year, per inmate for incarceration. (And with inflation...) Once enough people understand the fraud, we could all waive trials and demand our incarceration. Crash the system by unmeetable demands on resources.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/13/2005 6:56 PM  

Ken Evans is another 861er about to go down in flames too.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/13/2005 9:36 PM  

David Jahn,

We talked about interviewing jury members after the verdict. That was a good idea and I wanted to do it. Unfortunately we were not too well prepared I guess for them to hold the attendees locked in the courtroom while they gave the jury a chance to leave.

I heard Sherry's audioblog where she tried to talk to some of the jury members. That was excellent work and an excellent audioblog. Thank you very much Sherry Peel Jackson.

I believe strongly that the blogs can play a major role in helping us to end this fraud.

Maybe the key is to get organized. I think the blogs can help us to get organized. Working together on the blogs so to speak so we know who's interested and willing to work and so on.

It would be nice to have ideally 12 bloggers waiting outside the courthouse for the 12 jury members after the Arthur Farnsworth verdict is read.

Ideally they would have recording microphones to stick in the face of each jury member to get some sort of a statement and hopefully get as much out of each juror as possible.

It is a war that we are fighting and I think the blogs are one of the most powerful weapons that we have.

Gurilla warfare.

A cell phone can act as a microphone. Start the thing recording an audioblog and be doing the audioblog while waiting outside for the jurors.

When the jurors come out ambush them and get as much information as possible.

Joe Banister somehow got the name and contact information of one of the jurors at his trial and continues to be in contact with that juror today.

Banister Trial Juror Authors Article on Trial Experience

http://joebanister.blogspot.com

Thank you very much for this blog. Good work.

By Blogger Doug, at 8/13/2005 10:50 PM  

Sorry to hear of your loss I have read through the materials and have an understanding of your strategy. Your strategy was good, but you must go back to the basics.

You will never defeat our current court system. They play by there own rules and you do have a copy of the rule book. So your screwed before you ever walk in the court room.

You have to go out side of the IRS Code. Start with a book called "The History of Ameican Constitutional or Common Law with Commentary Concerning Equity and Merchant Law" by Dale Pond, Howard Fisher, Richard Knutson, and North American Freedom Council. This book will start you on a path to understanding how to beat the system. It basically all boils down to Declaration of Independence Rights granted and JURISDICATION. I have a copy of a wonder recission document that really explains our corrupt system and what you can do to try and stop it (if that's even possible anymore).

By Blogger PatriotAmerican, at 8/14/2005 12:04 AM  

Mr. Johnston has claimed that he did not interview the alternate jurors.

However, I am still very much bothered by the court deputy allowing Mr. Johnson into the courtroom behind locked doors and ACCESS to the alternate jurors before anyone else was permitted in the courtroom.

By Blogger Ken Evans, at 8/14/2005 1:29 PM  

"Mr. Johnston has claimed that he did not interview the alternate jurors."

That individual has claimed many untrue things (as you know). Has he presented any reason to believe this claim?

"However, I am still very much bothered by the court deputy allowing Mr. Johnson into the courtroom behind locked doors and ACCESS to the alternate jurors before anyone else was permitted in the courtroom."

Uhhh, yeah. What exactly WAS that all about? All we have is his claim of what didn't happen there; what did?

By Blogger Jamie, at 8/14/2005 7:11 PM