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(originally launched into cyberspace on 02/06/2003)

Dear List Subscriber,

In my last e-mail I discussed the downright surreal proposed new legislation
that would punish you for CITING THE LAW (to the tune of $5000 a pop). I
wanted to clarify something, since my last e-mail ended with this:

"It is now ILLEGAL to file a CORRECT tax return, and ILLEGAL to cite the LAW
to argue it. Nice due process, huh? I hope you feel well served."

The IRS is ALREADY penalizing people for filing returns based on what the
LAW says about what is taxable. The Tax Court ALREADY fines people for
citing the law there.

However, the increase of the penalty from $500 to $5000, and the other
things I mentioned in my prior e-mail have NOT been passed into law yet.
This is at least the second time they tried to get this passed. If you know
a way to stop them, go for it. If not, the fraud is still doomed.


Larken Rose
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