Government tax administrators routinely exceed their
authority to seize property. The Internal Revenue
Code specifically outlines WHO is authorized to
seize property, WHAT property is actually subject to
seizure, and HOW to proceed with a seizure.
Section 7321 if the IRS Code
describes what property the IRS is authorized to
seize. It States:
property subject to forfeiture may be seized by the
Note that the authorization is
limited, and applies only to the property subject to
forfeiture. Now isn't that interesting! The reader
should immediately ask the question: what property
is subject to forfeiture, and what property is not?
Sections 7301 through 7304 of the
IRS Code will answer this question. It places
limitations on the IRS by authorizing the seizure of
certain specific items only. The "property subject
to forfeiture" is limited to articles such as those
that are subject to the tax on alcohol, tobacco, and
firearms, the raw materials and equipment used to
manufacture them, packaging materials, and vehicles
used to transport them. The few other articles
include counterfeit stamps, fraudulent bonds,
fraudulent permits, etc. You should immediately
notice that in each case the only things subject to
forfeiture are related to items on which an excise
tax is imposed. The IRS is NOT AUTHORIZED to seize
BUT THEY DO!
The Board of Tax
Appeals shall be continued as an independent agency
in the Executive Branch of the Government, and shall
be known as the Tax Court.
The name was changed to deceive
the public and cause them to think it was part of
the judicial branch of government, when in fact it
Judge's however, both civil and
Federal can and do with a stroke of a pen seize
assets anywhere they can find them. In fact they do
the seizures before any court date, or before you
are noticed. In other words, before you are served
or sued your bank account is gone along with any and
all assets you own.
Patriot Act I and II.
Since the patriot act was
authorized, you rights and your prosperity are
highly at risk.
I will order the
sale of the property.
To understand the legal trickery
behind this statement one has only to ask the
question: when will you order it to be sold? The
judge knowingly used future tense. He did not say "I
hereby order" or "I am ordering". He said "I will
order" which means that at some time in the future
he may order, or he may not, depending on whether
that issue is ever brought before him. The judge
knew full well the effect that such a statement was
intended to have on the individual. It was a veiled
threat designed to scare him into paying up
voluntarily, or else.
It could be said that fear and
ignorance are the worst enemies you can have, don't
be stampeded by it. Even if the revenuers, and those
conspiring with them, after proper notification from
you hold a shame sale of your property, don't give
it up -- attack with a proper court action. Know
your constitutional rights, and don't voluntarily
give them up. Obtain a copy of the laws regarding
income tax, and take time to study the pertinent
sections so that you can't be misled