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KILLER FOIA's II
NOW KNOWN AS GOLDEN FOIA's

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These “Golden FOIA's” which replace the old "Killer FOIA's are called this because this package contains requests for forms the IRS is supposed to have before they embark on collection activities, but probably do not have; very embarrassing for them. This “Golden FOIA” package contains the following:

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              I suggest that you send one of the above FOIAs per week to avoid copying charges by the disclosure officer.

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WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WHEN

YOU  GET  THE  RESPONSES  BACK??


DEALING WITH UNLAWFUL TAX COLLECTION ACTIVITIES AND UNLAWFUL LIENS

Now, after you’ve gotten the responses to these requests and have discovered they don’t have these forms, you may be asking, what will I do next? I spent a lot of hours over a several month period finding the answer to that question. I reviewed a lot of cases over that time and eventually came across some cases where judges explained the remedy; 26 USC 7433. In summary, the Tax Payer’s Bill of Rights waived the United States sovereign immunity and made it possible to sue for unlawful tax collection activities such as moving forward on collection activities without the above forms. That act created the Chief of Special Operations position in the District Director’s Office. This guy has the ability, based on a well worded letter complying with the statutes and regulations, to call off the dogs so to speak. Heck, he can even award you damages if your letter is good enough (yeah right). Anyway, now there is somebody that will actually read your correspondence that has the power to do something other than file it. My first letter caused the IRS to withdraw one levy and not to execute on a second that they had threatened. I just got word that a letter fashioned after mine got a levy off of someone’s Social Security. Of course, if you hadn’t guessed already, those letters both threatened to sue. There is a strong likelihood that you’ll win while you are exhausting your administrative remedies or in court on the suit. As I reviewed the case law I came across seven published examples of people that used this process and got collateral wins: After filing a 26 USC 7433 suit Mrs. Shaw received a refund of all money collected and the remaining tax liability was abated. Shaw v. U.S., 20 F.3d 182 (5th Cir. 1994).

       After filing a 26 USC 7433 suit the government dismissed the criminal action against the 7433 plaintiff. Fishburn v. Brown, No. 94-01332 (6th Cir. 1997).

       After filing a 26 USC 7433 suit the IRS (I.R.S.) returned a seized Cadillac. Washington v. U.S., No. 91-15224 (9th Cir. 1992).

       After filing a 26 USC 7433 suit the propriety of defendant's calculation of plaintiffs' tax liability * * * was resolved in plaintiffs' favor in tax court, * * * Tempelman v. U.S., No. 93-2337 (1st Cir. 1994); 1994.C01.974

       After filing a 26 USC 7433 suit an injunction restricting state court filings was vacated. Tempelman v. U.S., No. 93-2337 (1st Cir. 1994).

       After filing a 26 USC 7433 suit improperly levied funds were returned. Raymond v. U.S., No. 92-5569 (6th Cir. 1993).

       After filing a 26 USC 7433 suit the government conceded that an assessment was erroneous and released its’ liens. Miller v. U.S., 813 F. Supp. (N.D. Cal. 1992).After filing a 26 USC 7433 suit the government provided the forms during the litigation that they had previously refused to. Ball v. U.S., No. 94-2125 (7th Cir. 1995).

       There are probably many unpublished wins that we’ll never hear about that were taken care of administratively. If you would like your letter to carry some weight and to succeed, the Chief of Special Operations must find your threatening letter informed and credible. The way you can accomplish this is by studying. I collected together forty-nine published decisions on these statutes, the regulations, and the statute itself and have packaged that together with the letter I wrote that was successful. The letter I wrote is not a boilerplate letter that you can just put your name at the top of. You have to use it as a model for your own unique letter. It doesn’t discuss any of the above KILLER FOIA's at all.

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REMOVING THOSE DASTARDLY LIENS!

  This same procedure should work for liens because the United States waived sovereign immunity for the refusal by the IRS to remove an improper lien. The process for that also starts by writing the Chief of Special Operations a letter.

       I collected together more than thirty-eight published decisions on these statutes, the regulations, and the statute itself and have packaged that together with the letter I wrote that was successful under § 7433 above. The letter I wrote is not a boilerplate letter that you put your name at the top of. In fact, it is based on § 7433, not § 7432. You have to use it as a model for your own unique § 7432 letter. It doesn’t discuss any of the above KILLER FOIAs at all.

Do you want to sue the IRS (I.R.S.)?
At least try and do it right.
Learning from other people’s mistakes is the wise thing to do, isn’t it?

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