What if the Citizens of this country found out that 99.999% of the Notice of Federal Tax Liens (NFTL) being filed by the IRS are legally insufficient because they do not note the correct “tax liability giving rise to the Lien” as required by Federal Regulations, Treasury Regulation and even the IRS’s Operational Manual.
I provide the material evidence on the tax liens and Statutes, and enough circumstantial evidence to logically conclude what many in the tax honesty movement have been saying for years, of why they do not note on the NFTLs the correct “tax liability giving rise to the lien’; that no Federal Statute have ever been enacted that requires most Citizens of the 50 States to file and pay a Federal Personal Income Tax or the IRS would have long ago shown We The People the law.
Not only did we request that the IRS provide the law and date passed in personal correspondence, we requested it in a Freedom of Information Request (FOIA), we and 2,000 others provided a formal Petition for Redress Of Grievance which asked the question under the 1st Amendment and then we sued the IRS, We the People vs United States 485 F.3d 140 (2007) when they refused to answer the 62 questions relating to the tax. The supreme court refused to hear the case after a Federal Judges said that the IRS doesn’t have to answer the questions. With well over 20 IRS lawsuits reviewed, the IRS has never presented the correct Federal Statute and when it was passed in a single case, and why so many people are winning cases against the IRS, yet some people are still losing.
With this new evidence of legally insufficient tax liens, getting the Courts to force the IRS to provide the Federal Statute will no longer be necessary. The IRS can not legally enforce a tax law unless the “tax liability giving rise to the lien” is correctly noted on the NFTL. The only question that now rears it’s ugly head; will the IRS, Justice Department and Judges continue to illegally enforce the Federal Personal Income Tax? One can now challenge the sufficiency of the NFTL and this will force the IRS to either correct the Lien, which they cannot do, or remove it. Check Mate!!!!!
For those of you savvy enough to investigate this, it’s pretty easy to do. For those of you who are not, I’ve written a book and the manuscript is raring to be published with the slight problem of not having the funds, since I’m a first time author, of approximately $5,000 to publish and market. Most of it will go towards marketing and I’ve set up a ghost funding site for those of you who understand the ramifications of this discovery. https://fundanything.com/en/campaigns/the-book-the-tax-slayer-a-case-for-fraud-and-treason?col=-43386 I’ll even pay people back, if I can sell enough books.