Saturday, February 04, 2006

Here is another update from Art:

Dear subscriber,

Word just came in from attorney Peter Goldberger that the Court of Appeals has accepted the government's request to hear the matter. Thus, we're on hold until that court renders a decision. While the news is good for our side, it also means additional time and expense. I'm going to pursue getting back to real work, but the legal fees are high. If you can help defray them, I would appreciate it. Information is on my Web site. I've also put all the newspaper clippings up there as well, on the My Court Case page.

In the "when it rains it pours" department, I went to to Goldberger's office yesterday afternoon to pick up the four, big government exhibit books. I was jogging across Delaware Avenue to make my train, heard the screech of brakes, and out of the corner of my eye caught a glimpse of the car that ran into me (yes, ME). The hood struck me at the top of my "rear bumper," and luckily the car stopped quickly so I was not run over. I have a couple of scraped elbows, a cut on my hand, a stiff neck, and a sore butt. I'm off to the doctor today to get checked out. It's not an experience I want to repeat, especially with my hip situation, but I'm glad the man upstairs was watching out for me.


Thursday, February 02, 2006

Folks, here is the latest from Art.

Dear subscriber,

So far so good with the trial. The government's back is against the wall, as it had to admit that there was never any assessment for the three years mentioned in the indictment. When Judge Padova pointed out that the 3rd circuit (here in Penna.) has ruled that you can't have a tax evasion without an assessment, the government realized its case is in jeopardy and filed an appeal of his ruling to the Court of Appeals. Thus, my district court trial is on hold until word comes down Friday from the 3rd circuit. We'll find out then one of three things: the appeal is rejected as frivolous, the appeal is denied, or the appeal is accepted. If the third, we'll be on hold until that court makes a ruling on the issue. If the first or second, we resume in some capacity on Monday, with the government holding a very poor hand of cards.

All press clippings are up on the Web site.

Keep the prayers coming - they're working! If an appellate court session is forthcoming, then this will cost me even more. If you can help financially, I would very much appreciate it. See info on Web site.


Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Arthur Farnsworth Trial Update

Monday, January 30, 2006

Arthur Farnsworth Trial update

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