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Old 01-29-2008, 05:53 AM
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Question Wesley Snipes filed a $7.3 million tax return!


In the year 2001, Wesley Snipes claimed 0 net income and filed a $7.3 million tax return, and persued it, claiming his income was untaxable.

http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive/snipestax1.html

Now I'm not questioning Mr. Snipe motifs for not paying. I'm questioning timing.

Here we are. Tax time 2008 coming up.

And their saying Snipe could get 16 yrs for not paying.

First red flag is, why did it take 7 yrs for this to come to forefront?

Second, is, the timing. And the message.

Lot of people are waking up to the fact that income tax is voluntary.

There is no law on the books to require us to pay taxes, so jailing someone

for it is illegal, according to the constitution.


Yet they get away with it, time after time.

Did they "coerce" Snipes to act out this court case, with the emphasis that

Snipes is facing 16 yrs for not paying his taxes,

effectivily bullying the American public into paying the interest payment to the

Federal Reserve cartel.

Oh, and then, they'll give us $600.


Pfft.

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Old 02-02-2008, 05:58 AM
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Default Now Snipe aquitted, guilty of not filing. Whaaa?

So check it out.

News source cbs2.com
http://cbs2.com/entertainment/wesley....2.643826.html
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Action star Wesley Snipes was found not guilty of federal tax-fraud and conspiracy charges Friday, but was convicted on three misdemeanor counts of failing to file a tax return.

Snipes and two co-defendants, a delicensed accountant and a tax protest leader, were indicted in 2006. Snipes faced six additional counts of willful failure to file a tax return from 1999-2004.
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Snipes said the IRS's own code meant no citizen had to pay taxes on income earned in this country, and the agency had no legal authority to collect wages anyway, because it is not a proper government entity.
So, did he get paid for the $7.3 million tax return??
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Old 02-04-2008, 04:40 AM
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Check this out. I found this article this morning. First time I've heard of any kind of movement.

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n celebration of actor Wesley Snipes acquittal from tax fraud, RonPaul2008 is dropping an IRS REVOLUTION BOMB. Citizens are encouraged to send in signed blank tax returns to the IRS.
http://www.freepressreleases.co.uk/P...2008020311774/
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