Sunday, October 30, 2005

Cohen, Schiff & Neun Trial Update from Angela Stark

Comments from Cindy Neun


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By Blogger LAWoman, at 10/30/2005 10:59 AM  

Criminal Indictment

Count 1: 18 U.S.C. Section 371 - Conspiracy to Defraud the United States
(Irwin Schiff, Cynthia Neun, Lawrence Cohen)

Counts 2-4: 26 U.S.C. Section 7206(2) - Aiding and assisting in the filing of false federal income tax returns. (Irwin Schiff)

Count 5: 26 U.S.C. Section 7206(2) - Aiding and assisting in the filing of false federal income tax returns. (Irwin Schiff)

Count 6: 26 U.S.C. Section 7206(2) - Aiding and assisting in the filing of false federal income tax returns. (Irwin Schiff, Cynthia Neun)

Count 7-10: 26 U.S.C. Section 7206(2) - Aiding and assisting in the filing of false federal income tax returns. (Cynthia Neun)

Count 11-12: 26 U.S.C. Section 7206(2) - Aiding and assisting in the filing of false federal income tax returns. (Cynthia Neun)

Count 13: 26 U.S.C. Section 7206(2) - Aiding and assisting in the filing of false federal income tax returns. (Lawrence Cohen)

Count 14-16: 26 U.S.C. Section 7206(2) - Aiding and assisting in the filing of false federal income tax returns. (Lawrence Cohen)

Count 17: 26: U.S.C. Section 7201 - Attempt to evade and defeat payment of the tax.
(Irwin Schiff)

Count 18-23: 26 U.S.C. Section 7206(1) - Filing false federal income tax returns.
(Irwin Schiff)

Counts 24-25: 26 U.S.C. 26 U.S.C. Section 7206(2) - Aiding and assisting in the filing of false federal income tax returns. (Cynthia Neun)

Count 26: 26 U.S.C. Section 7203 - Willful failure to file federal income tax returns.
(Cynthia Neun)

Count 27: 26 U.S.C. Section 7203 - Willful failure to file federal income tax returns.
(Cynthia Neun)

Count 28: 26 U.S.C. Section 7203 - Willful failure to file federal income tax returns.
(Cynthia Neun)

Count 29: U.S.C. Section 7203 - Willful failure to file federal income tax returns.
(Cynthia Neun)

Count30: U.S.C. Section 7201 - Attempt to evade and defeat Tax. (Lawrence Cohen)

Count31: U.S.C. Section 7201 - Attempt to evade and defeat Tax. (Lawrence Cohen)

Count32: 42 U.S.C. Section 408(a)(3) - social security disability fraud (Cynthia Neun)
(Cindy was in a car accident about 15 years ago. She couldn't walk and was in a wheelchair for about 10 years until she had several back surgeries. It was the government doctors that varified that she was disabled).

Count 33: 18 U.S.C. Section 641 - theft of government property (Cynthia Neun) (because she was collecting disability)

By Blogger LAWoman, at 10/30/2005 11:00 AM  

I guess the Miranda Warning stated specifically in the 1040 booklet is a bunch of BOLONEY?

Everyone is LIABLE for the tax because it is imposed, and that is a FACT!!!

So, those parents that do NOT file a tax returns for their children who have a SSN, or those senior citizens collecting SS benefits, are the ones who are FAILING TO FILE and should be charged for tax evasion.

The IRS and Franchise Tax Board state that you don’t even have to have any ‘income’ to be REQUIRED to file a return!

And to the governments decision that Cindy was disabled does not come back on them, but it is Cindy that committed the ‘social security disability fraud’ because she could walk. Can you really believe that?

Well, if the military rejected my father from serving in the Korean War because of his disability then should he be prosecuted for avoiding the draft? 30 years ago he started collecting SS benefits because he was unable to find another job, after he was laid off of one, and go to school at the same time. The SS Administration approved of his disability, but should they now charge him for ‘social security disability fraud’ because they are short on funds? Tell me, can you be charged with a crime for which you made a REQUEST and the government approved of it? I DON’T THINK SO!!!

Should you be charged for tax evasion if the IRS comes back 3 years later and denies some of your deductions, and therefore requires you to pay the tax, interest, and penalties for their mistake? I DON’T THINK SO!!!

By Anonymous non-liable, at 10/30/2005 2:14 PM