Thursday, October 20, 2005

Irwin Schiff Trial Coverage by Freedom Law School (Segment 3 of 5)

11 Old Comments:

The Internal Revenue Code is NOT the law. It is a guide for the application of taxation - to be applied according to the law.

Even if "Judge" Dawson allowed Cindy's book, without someone showing the jurors sections of the code (pertaining to taxable income), juxtaposed to U.S. Statutes (the laws governing the code), the jury would be forever lost in an IRC maze.

Tax honesty advocates such as Irwin Schiff, Pete Hendrickson, Bill Benson and others have spent years discovering these elements - something the layman would find to be an astronomical task, especially within the restraints of a jury deliberation room.

By Anonymous notepad, at 10/20/2005 11:18 PM  

The jury doesn't have to learn the internal revenue law - they just need to look for 'liability' and also the section 7608 on the authority of the revenue officers as argues and censored by the judge. They then will discover that the judge has lied to them and that Irwin is telling the truth about the law.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10/20/2005 11:30 PM  

There is no such thing known as "the internal revenue law."


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By Anonymous notepad, at 10/20/2005 11:42 PM  

Listen, the jurors can search for the IRC on their home computer. They won't be confused, its easy to understand. All they have to do is go to the index of the code book and look up liabilities, payment, and penalties and they will see that there is no listing under any of these sections for income taxes. CASE CLOSED, AND THIS JUDGE HAS BEEN EXPOSED FOR THE LIAR THAT HE IS. Judge Dawson definitly should be kicked out of the MOrmon Church. I had a high regardfor the MOrmons, but this guy, has got to be the devil in their midst.
You can find Dawson's residence on Zaba search.com. He lives on a golf course in Henderson Nevada. He probably shoots in the high 90's, but since he is a cheater and disregards rules (How you do anything is how you do everything) his score card probably reflects a score of 79. He probably has as much honesty as Michele Wie, and when noone is looking he kicks his balls closer to the hole.

God will drop him in the bottomless pit. Dawson is certainly no saint, even of the Latter day variety.

Everytime one of those Mormons come riding on their bicycle up to my house trying to witness to me, I'll think of Judge Dawson, and I tell the young men to get off my property and to go to hell with Judge Dawson.

NOT GUILTY, NOT GUILTY, NOT GUILTY

By Anonymous LATTER-DAY AIN'T, at 10/21/2005 12:07 AM  

Get this. The jury asked the judge for a copy of Cindy's Internal Revenue Code Book and a copy of a new one for comparison. (Cindy's code book has all of her notes and other information written in the margins and the thing looks like it's been through a war from so much use) The judge denied the jury their request and said it would be problematic. (yeah! for the IRS it would be problematic)

That's because they will not find the law that makes the average American liable. Ha! It's not there!

I figure either way, if the judge agreed or not, the government is screwed, because now the jury is going to wonder why they can't see the law book for themselves.

The jury is now adjourned until Monday.

By Blogger LAWoman, at 10/21/2005 12:14 AM  

If one is delusional, then he thinks something exists which doesn't - it's a delusion. The judges and the psychiatrists think that a law exists making them liable to pay income tax - so who's delusional?

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10/21/2005 12:19 AM  

Much to the confusion of many, the code is NOT the law.

Another important fact which many fail to understand is that within the code and the law there ARE provisions which do indeed make earnings from certain activities taxable.

As confusing as the code and the U.S. Statutes used in its application are to the layman, using a blanket statement to say there exists no language making anyone liable for "income taxes" is completely incorrect.

On the other hand, for the average citizen who is NOT enaged in a "trade or business" operating for "gains, profit, or income", private-sector earnings are not taxable ...as defined in 7701(a)(26), 6041(a) and subsequent regulations.

A couple of examples for income that is taxable are interest earned from a bank savings account and wages of Federal Government employees.



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By Anonymous notepad, at 10/21/2005 1:17 AM  

Everytime one of those Mormons come riding on their bicycle up to my house trying to witness to me, I'll think of Judge Dawson, and I tell the young men to get off my property and to go to hell with Judge Dawson.

Wouldn't a better reply be "How can I allow you on my property when a member of your religion crapped on the Constitution?"

When they say "huh?", ask them, "Isn't the federal tyrant Dawson one of yours?"

Then politely ask them to leave your property because any religion that craps on the constitution is not welcome on your property.

When they defend the Constitution reiterate that Constitution stomping judge Dawson is one of theirs.

If everybody that comes into contact with the Mormon's gives them the same polite feedback...

Massive things need time and space to change directions.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10/21/2005 12:39 PM  

notepad said...

Much to the confusion of many, the code is NOT the law.

Elaborate please.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10/21/2005 12:41 PM  

The U.S. Constitution is the only LAW!!!

Even in the Ten Commandments it doesn’t say to pay taxes, but it does say THOU SHALT NOT STEAL, which the government does do.

Maybe we should all start a religion as I have heard that some religions have been EXEMPTED from paying ‘income’ taxes, but that would be unproductive, as the government would see into this as an opposition to paying the tax in itself!

Maybe WE can become Mormons and EMPHASIZE the compliance with the U.S. Constitution, but then we would be under the tutelage of the Mormon leaders and the Freemasonry.

By Anonymous non-liable, at 10/21/2005 1:08 PM  

Even if Schiff is found not guilty it means nothing. All charges against Schiff are for WILLFUL.

So he would be found not guitly of Willfully Evaiding, Willfully Aiding, Willfully filing, Willfully not filing, Willfully failing to pay.

Such a ruling in no way shape or form says he is found not liable for or required to pay.

But Schiff and the so called tax patriots will do the same thing and praise such as the have done with the irrelevant rulings in Kuglin and Bannister.

By Anonymous IschiffBS, at 10/21/2005 5:16 PM