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Wrongful death suit says suicide followed IRS raid

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posted on Apr, 14 2010 @ 07:46 PM
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Wrongful death suit says suicide followed IRS raid


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A northern Indiana man has filed a lawsuit blaming the U.S. government for his wife's suicide three days after Internal Revenue Service agents raided their home, saying she couldn't go on living in fear of the agency's trumped-up accusations.

"Being innocent is simply not enough for the government," Denise Simon, a 50-year-old mother of six, wrote in a suicide note posted on a memorial Web site set up by her widower.
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posted on Apr, 14 2010 @ 07:46 PM
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Sad story indeed. The woman claims she was wrongfully accused of misdeeds by the IRS, and that they used excessive and inappropriate means to pursue their allegations.

According to the article: "[it is claimed that] the IRS violated its own policies by not using a less intrusive method to obtain evidence. It cites IRS policy that search warrants are to be used only when evidence cannot be obtained any other way."

In her suicide notes, she mentioned the trauma caused to her children by the entry of federal agents into her home in connection with this case, and felt that by continuing to live, she would exposing her family to additional danger, despite her innocence.

My heart goes out to the family of this poor woman.

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posted on Apr, 15 2010 @ 12:22 AM
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And now they'll stick her with the "Death Tax". :/

This is not the way to go about it. They win that way.

The only way to get any satisfaction at all, is to first agree on what we want, and then 10,000,000 people (appx 3.5% population) go to D.C., thus halting the economy (and the world really) until our demands as citizens of the United States are met (just a few to start off with):

1. The IRS abolished, along with the illegally unapportioned income tax (with of course, the pardoning of Ed and Elaine Brown for what they've endured for us).

2. The Federal Reserve audited from top to bottom, and all espionage prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. (later Gold Man Sacks)

And 3. The abolition of campaign contributions through any other means than a small, agreed upon and capped percentage, VOLUNTARY campaign tax from each of us - with full transparency in ALL politicians banking accounts. If they want to be politicians, they'll put up with it.

Solutions...not perpetuation of profoundly broken policy.

They won't carpet bomb us all, and if they did, they'd have bigger problems on their hands than taxes.

[edit on 15-4-2010 by lagnar]



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