by Anna von Reitz
IRS Kicker 2 — Hunting the Hunters
Pursuant to all the Good Garbage we have been digging up about the IRS/BATF and DD150 “Commissioned Officers” who have been pulling off this pillaging and plundering on our shores, a thoroughly “unanswerable” letter has been composed exposing the short-comings of their system and process, and yes— it’s criminal nature, and the resulting liability that all these characters accrue for participating in it.
The IRS Officers can be prosecuted and fined for these activities against American civilians, a fact brought home to them along with the basis for it. Most of these people dislike the prospect of losing their jobs and their bosses dislike the prospect of having their corporations (including banks and incorporated ‘government’ entities) liquidated for criminal activities.
They’ve been misaddressing you, so now it is time for you to take them to school.
This is a letter in template form that you can use to stop any IRS or “property tax” action administered by the IRS. The instructions and places where you need to add in your own specific information are in red, so you go through and make the additions and deletions, then change the color back to black.
The reason that this letter is so effective, yet so polite, is that by law the IRS Officers are required to put their own wet-ink signatures on the Amount Due Notice and none of them want the liability of doing so for reasons that become obvious in the course of reading this letter.
This Notice Process should be sent to the IRS officers that are harassing you and bringing false charges, as well as your bank CEO, the Social Security Administration or any other agency that might garnish payments or services owed to you, and the State Commissioner of Natural Resources, who is the one responsible for allowing these characters to post bogus Tax Lien and Tax Levy Notices in the first place.
All these people need to be educated and you might as well do it all at once to encourage them to stop improper publications of bogus liens and levies, garnishments and “property tax” claims that have nothing to do with you and your actual assets.