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  1. Tell me why you would want to tell the truth on these matters, when your livelihood and the security of your family as an attorney or an employee of the IRS depends on perpetuating untruths about these matters?
  2. Why mandatory/enforced (rather than voluntary) payment of Subtitle A federal income taxes don't amount to SLAVERY and involuntary servitude, in violation of the Thirteenth Amendment, 18 U.S.C. 1581, and 42 U.S.C. 1994?  I never "volunteered" to pay this tax and I don't volunteer now. Since when is slavery legal in a free country?
  3. How I can a natural person rather than a corporation file an income tax return involuntarily without violating his Fifth Amendment rights? It took a judge FOUR YEARS to answer that paradox in the case of Bill Conklin.  He documented this in his book Why No One is Required to File Tax Returns, Davidson Press, 2000 Edition, Bill Conklin.
  4. Where the liability statute for Subtitle A income tax appears in 26 U.S.C. and how the underlying regulation at 26 CFR 1.1-1 can lawfully impose a liability without the corresponding statute doing so?  Remember, the Secretary of the Treasury who writes the IRS regulations like the above has no delegated authority legislate, but only to interpret and implement that which is already legislated.
  5. By what authority the IRS can make an involuntary "assessment" for Subtitle A income taxes? Based on the following article, there appears to be no lawful authority to do so: http://famguardian.org/TaxFreedom/CitesByTopic/assessment.htm
  6. Explain how the IRS can file a "Substitute for Return" (SFR) on a person if their own Internal Revenue Manual, in section 5.1.11.6.8 doesn't list the 1040 form as a form authorized for the SFR program? See http://famguardian.org/TaxFreedom/CitesByTopic/SubsForReturn.htm.
  7. Explain how the IRS can do make a natural person into "taxpayer" who doesn't first volunteer for such a name by assessing himself using a voluntary 1040 form.  See http://famguardian.org/TaxFreedom/CitesByTopic/taxpayer.htm
  8. Explain how the entire Internal Revenue Code can apply to persons who do not voluntarily assess themselves to change their status from "nontaxpayer" to "taxpayer" if the Supreme Court said in Flora v. United States, 362 U.S. 145 (1959) that the income tax system is based on "voluntary self-assessment and payment, not on distraint [enforcement, levies, liens, etc]". See http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/scripts/getcase.pl?navby=case&court=us&vol=362&page=145
  9. Show me where in Subtitle A of Title 26, the word "State" is defined to mean "states of the union" rather than federal "States"?  Keep in mind that the following rules of statutory construction cannot be violated by your answered:
    1. When a word is defined in statute, the ordinary or common use of the term is automatically precluded.
    2. The plural of a word cannot mean a different thing or class of things than the singular version.
    3. When a word is not defined in statute, the common usage of the term must be presumed.
  10. Tell me how I can voluntarily sign a tax return based on the fact that "voluntary" means without influence from others. The only reason I sign a return is under unlawful duress, and anything signed under duress is inadmissible as evidence as per Weeks v. United States.
  11. Explain why the IRS routinely continues to cite as its authority for collecting Subtitle A federal income taxes cases below the Supreme Court level, even though their own Internal Revenue Manual in section 4.10.7.2.9.8 says that cases below the Supreme Court level cannot be applied to more than the "taxpayer" in question.
  12. Explain how the United States government, on the one hand, can be delegated no police powers to enforce criminal statutes in the states of the union, and yet on the other hand, can enforce criminal provisions of the Internal Revenue Code found in 26 U.S.C. 7201-7206 inside states of the union?
  13. Explain how a tax crimes under Internal Revenue Code sections 26 U.S.C. 7201-7206 can be prosecuted if the U.S. Attorney Manual section 9-4.139 says that NO FEDERAL AGENCY has investigative jurisdiction for tax crimes under these sections?
  14. Explain how any agency of the federal government can have authority to enforce criminal provisions of a law that has no implementing regulations, namely 26 U.S.C. 7201-7206?
  15. Explain by what authority the IRS can send "Notice of Levy" (IRS form 668-A(c)(DO)) to private, nonfederal employers, demanding money, without the authority of a court hearing authorizing them to do so and how this action can be characterized as respecting the due process and Constitutional rights of those affected by it.
  16. Explain why the IRS routinely sends a continuing levy via a Notice of Levy (IRS form 668-A(c)(DO)) that exceeds 15% of the pay of the target taxpayer in violation of 26 U.S.C. 6331(h)?
  17. Explain why 26 U.S.C. 6331(a) is removed from the Notice of Levy form?
  18. Explain why the Notice of Levy form (IRS form 668-A(c)(DO)) itself does not specifically or conspicuously warn the recipients that they may not by law institute continuing levies exceeding 15% of the pay of the target "taxpayer" under 26 U.S.C. 6331(h)?
  19. Explain by what authority the IRS changes the self-assessment of a person who voluntarily files a 1040 form.  None of the statutes or implementing regulations found at 26 U.S.C. 6201, 26 U.S.C. 6020(b), and 26 CFR 301.6201-1(a)(1) appear to authorize this behavior.
  20. Why the unwritten "Full Payment Rule" requiring persons to pay all taxes imputed to be owed by the IRS BEFORE they can litigate in an Article III District Court does not violate the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution and be interpreted as an involuntary/forced taking of property without due process of law or just compensation.  See section 8.5.5.11 of the Great IRS Hoax for further details.
  21. By what Constitutional authority, if any, the IRS can treat natural persons as "corporations".
  22. By what Constitutional authority, if any, the IRS can treat monies received as "income" in the Constitutional without them actually being "income" in the Constitutional sense, regardless of what the recipient of the monies "thinks" or "says" they are?
  23. Explain by what Constitutional authority the IRS can lie or deceive the readers of their publications and not be held accountable for errors, deceptions, or inaccuracies in their publications?
  24. Answer the Tax Deposition Questions and sign an affidavit authenticating the answer or find a federal government employee who is authorized to do so and have him or her do it.
  25. Explain by what lawful authority an IRS employee with a red administrative pocket commission can perform enforcement actions such as issue Notice of Levy (IRS form 668-A(c)(DO)), Notice of Seizure (IRS form 2433), Levy (668-B) forms?
  26. Is it a prerequisite that a person must have "income" which is "effectively connected with a trade or business in the United States" as defined in 26 U.S.C. 7701(a)(26) in order to be the proper subject of Subtitle A income taxes? (yes or no)

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