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Our analysis into the land ownership of Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her husband revealed that the Speaker and her husband bought two pieces of property from Joseph E. Seagrams and Sons, the liquor company on March 25, 1999. Current records from the District of Columbia show that one of the properties is now back in Seagram's name but the address Seagram's is using is the address of the Paul and Nancy Pelosi Charitable Foundation.
A Pelosi spokeperson stated that the tax collector has been in error for 9 years as to who owns the property. For this to be correct, then the accountants and tax preparers for Pelosi or Seagrams (a contributor 5 months before the property sale) did not notice there was an error for nine years. The Pelosi's received a statement that showed another owner of their property for nine years. Conversely Seagram's did not receive statements from D.C. Notwithstanding the aforementioned, Speaker Pelosi was prohibited from deducting the property tax for the last nine years.
In the course of the webofdeception.com Pelosi research we found that the District of Columbia is holding credit balances and accounts receivables from CitiBank that Speaker Pelosi lost track of
Henry Paulson, 5 weeks before he became Treasury Secretary, got a FANNIE MAE/FREDDIE MAC 30 year fix mortgage/loan for his 82 year old mother in May 2005 for 5.37%, below rate
Barack and Michelle Obama's voters registration records show the last time they voted was 1998.
Originally posted by Crakeur
reply to post by justyc
well then, that's a rather misleading title. In all three examples, nobody's screwing the taxman.