*The irony of 87,000 new IRS agents is that there is no law that imposes an income
tax on sovereign citizens. Taxation is a matter of sovereignty. That over which the
taxing authority is not sovereign is not a suitable object for taxation.




If a tax upon the labors of a Sovereign Citizen properly existed it would authorize the subordinate government to seize 100% of his earnings. ‘Reasonable’ is not a justification for a tax. It is not a matter of concern to the court if the tax destroys the object being taxed. Such a law would authorize slavery. No such law exists.

LIBERTY, enshrined in the 5th and 14th Amendments, include the Citizen’s opportunity to Pursue a Livelihood as a fundamental Right. Such Rights, including your Right to a trial by jury, are not suitable objects for taxation or fee.

26 USC #1 authorizes an income tax on the “taxable income” of an individual. ‘Taxable income’ is not defined. If you wish to donate to the government, they will take your money—and demand more. [87,000 new IRS agents are getting hired to harass ‘terrorists’] This statute is never alleged to be violated in an indictment.

26 USC #871 imposes an excise tax upon “non-resident aliens” for the privilege of being permitted into the USA.

Violations of 26 USC ##7201-7215 are frequently alleged in indictments. The Supreme Court, relying upon the Congressional Record, has identified those penalty statutes as applying to all taxes in Title 26. They cannot allege violation of a “known legal duty” required for a valid indictment.

The IRS relies upon a citizen signing a tax form, under oath, over the caveat of “taxpayer’s name” to identify you as legal responsible for a tax. You have just sworn that you legally owe a tax. The court accepts your affidavit. The income tax is a scam.

Lawyers who aggressively make this claim face lose of license and HAVE been sent to jail on bogus charges.

State courts have repeatedly covered up similar challenges to state income taxes, earnings taxes, and occupational licenses, to avoid an exempt precedent from becoming established.

IRS Exempt Tax form #4852 has been claimed by Pete Hendrickson as successfully recovering prior years’ income taxes erroneously paid to the IRS.

Former IRS special agent Joe Banister, after repeated unsuccessful efforts to find a statutory income tax with the help of his supervisor, separated from the IRS.

WARNING: The location of the “burden of proof” is critical. Due Process requires the Petitioner to prove the validity of any claimed authority. If the BOP can be shifted by the court to the citizen to prove the tax authority does not exist, they will require proof that there is no possible way the tax might be valid. Such a proof is impossible. This shift doomed the Springer case. Springer v US, 102 US 586, (1881).

The Supreme Court declared Springer’s claim the income tax was an unapportioned Direct Tax and therefore unconstitutional was not valid. The court added that the only alternate Constitutional tax was an indirect tax of either an impost, a duty, or an excise tax. Since a duty or impost relates to merchandise crossing a territorial boundary, by deduction, an income tax must be an excise tax.

An excise tax is based upon a privilege being received. This writer does not see any privilege being received by a Sovereign Citizen upon which the government of the United States can properly base an income tax.

Tax denier Sherry Peel Jackson was convicted of tax charges in 2008. A government website declares several tax protester theories by Jackson were denied by the court. There is no claim the court declared the income tax did not improperly infringe on Constitutional Rights. The court’s shift of the BOP doomed her case.

The 16th Amendment attempts to expand the definition of income; it does not expand, nor restrict, the Constitutional taxing authority. A claim that the Amendment authorizes unrestricted taxing authority would stand the Constitution on its head. The courts do not have jurisdiction to impose a coup.

Submitted by JC

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