Fifth Circuit Court Admits To The Systematic Misapplication of the Income Tax

 

The ruling was made in 1984 and is now being made much more public.  This may get interesting, folks…

May 11, 2017

THE FIFTH U.S. CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS has issued a stunning ruling admitting that the United States and the federal courts have been systematically misapplying the income tax as a non-apportioned direct tax for decades. The clear implication is that literally trillions of dollars have been improperly taken from their rightful owners.

The further implication is that hundreds of men and women– perhaps even thousands– have been victims of legal harassment and intimidation, property seizures, character assassination and even imprisonment, all based on a fraud. At the same time, it is clear that the explosive (and, some would say, republic-eroding) growth of the federal government over the same period has been financed by this same scheme.

THE PARADIGM-SHATTERING ADMISSION by the panel of the circuit court (which has since been replicated in other circuits, as well) came in a ruling reported as Parker v. Comm’r, 724 F.2d 469. Alton Parker, an otherwise unremarkable “Fifth Amendment” tax protestor, had appealed a Tax Court decision finding him liable for taxes on conceded taxable activity.

In the appellate court, Parker raised an additional argument beyond the confused notion that completing a tax form amounted to “self-incrimination”. Parker also squarely challenged the appellate court with the assertion that, as put by the panel, “the IRS and the government in general, including the judiciary, mistakenly interpret the sixteenth amendment as allowing a direct tax on property (wages, salaries, commissions, etc.) without apportionment.”

The circuit court panel found itself unable to dispute Parker’s allegation, and ultimately admitted its accuracy.

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