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Judicial Lemons

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posted on Oct, 12 2003 @ 01:23 AM
As reported by the Times, IRS’ Terry Lemons told Johnston the IRS was answering our Petitions through “enforcement actions.”
Finally, an honest answer from our government.
For the record: other than its police actions, the US Government has steadfastly and repeatedly refused to answer our Petitions.
But, let’s take a closer look at what Terry Lemons means by “enforcement actions.”
Was Lemons talking about the “Rule of Law” as constitutionally applied to income tax non-filers and non-withholders?

Was Lemons talking about due process, probable cause, warrants with supporting oaths and affirmations, fully informed juries, adherence to the canons of judicial conduct, potential defendant’s access to grand juries, speedy and public trials, impartial juries, compulsory processes for the accused to obtain witnesses in his favor, assistance of “counsel,” full access to the triers of fact with evidence by the accused, proper jury instructions, impartial judges, the presumption of innocence, prosecutors dedicated to truth over conviction and the countless other textbook principles of Jurisprudence that form our system of American justice?
Hell no!
By “enforcement actions,” IRS’ Terry Lemons was referring to the railroading principles of “kangaroo courts” – practices now routinely witnessed in our “justice” system as the Courts, IRS and DOJ have unlawfully colluded in an attempt to delay the inevitable end of the income tax fraud.

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posted on Oct, 14 2003 @ 06:08 PM
What? No comments from anybody even after 3 days of this thread sitting in this topic?

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