- Report: #428269
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Complaint Review: Internal Revenue Service
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Internal Revenue Service - IRS Employees falsifying Income Tax Returns then levying and/filing liens to take property/money - fraud! Nationwide
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To date they have been relentless. They have used this "false debt" to keep my "stimulus check"! They are working with the State of Kansas in collecting other "falsely created debts" to wit: fraudulent court judgments; false calculations of child support; false collection (under the State "set off" program) of false debts declared owed BY PRIVATE CORPORATIONS AND BUSINESSES! Yes the state of Kansas (and others) are now collection agencies for private businesses and organizations - regardless of whether the debt is legitimate or not - THESE ACTS ARE CLEAR AND DISTINCT VIOLATIONS OF THE CONSTITUTIONS OF THESE UNITED STATES AND OF EACH AND EVERY STATE CONSTITUTION THEREOF! FURTHERMORE, THESE ACTS ARE A CLEAR AND DISTINCT VIOLATION OF THE "CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY" STATUTES PASSED BY THE UNITED NATIONS IN 2002!
NO ATTORNEY HAS BEEN FOUND THAT IS "RIGHTEOUS AND JUST" THAT WILL STAND UP AGAINST THESE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND EMPLOYEES TO STOP THESE RELENTLESS THEFTS AGAINST THE AMERICAN CITIZENS!
WE SHALL KEEP YOU INFORMED ABOUT THE STATUS OF THIS ONSLAUGHT AGAINST THE CITIZENS OF THESE UNITED STATES!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/25/2009 09:54 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Internal-Revenue-Service/nationwide/Internal-Revenue-Service-IRS-Employees-falsifying-Income-Tax-Returns-then-levying-andfi-428269. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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