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Letters from Prison: Lindsey Springer
As I have noted on this blog before, a federal court convicted Lindsey Springer of 'tax crimes' and imprisoned him for a long time: 15 years. His status as political prisoner has not reduced his interest in various deceptions and misapplications of internal revenue law.
The following letter, written at the end of June in response to a USA Today article about the Affordable Healthcare Act, only recently came to my attention. You may find it interesting.
Lindsey's contact information appears at the end of his letter. I urge you to help support him and his family with as generous a contribution as you can muster.
Affordable Healthcare Act, Fifth Amendment, Internal Revenue Districts, New Rules
Subject: USA TODAY SAYS IRS TAX UNAUTHORIZED Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2012 From: Lindsey Springer
Lindsey Springer here hoping my words find you blessed.
I write today to show you how out of control the IRS by name is. We all know about the Affordable Health Care Act of 2010 and its mandate issue and that the Secretary of the Treasury requires everyone who has or has not purchased health insurance to report such conduct on Form 1040 under penalty of perjury.
If you claim the 5th Amendment you get red flagged. If you say nothing at all your willful failure to file is an affirmative act away from tax evasion. If you answer either way you voluntarily waive your rights secured by the Fifth amendment.
Besides there being no limitations upon what the "IRS" can or cannot do by any statute or regulation, the IRS, whose legal existence will always remain in dispute without internal revenue districts and district director offices until the statutes and regulations are all changed, Jonathan Alder, Professor and Director of the Center for Business Law and Regulation at Case Western Reserve University, reports on a new rule the IRS made up.
This new rule imposes a $3,000 tax on all employees who fail to offer required "health benefits." USA Today, 6.25.12, pg. 7A. Alder reports the IRS "finalized a rule making credits available through Federal Exchanges, contrary to the express language of the statute." Id.
Alder says "[T]he IRS is literally taxing employers and spending billions without Congressional authorization." So, the IRS, which has no Congressional authorization to even exist by any statute or regulation, has been caught taking action imposing more taxes that do not derive from any statute whatsoever. His words, not mine (though they sound like mine).
Alder concludes the "IRS doesn't have a leg to stand on here. It has not cited any express statutory authority for its decision BECAUSE THERE IS NONE." Alder claims this "tax" is "unauthorized." He concludes "[I]f saving the law...requires the IRS [to] tax Americans without authorization, then it [the law] is not worth saving." Id.
I am reminded here there is no district directors of internal revenue, see 26 U.S.C. Section 7514 (each district director proof of delegation of authority from Secretary of Treasury by "seal" designation), and 26 CFR 301.7701-10 (define "district director"), nor any Internal Revenue Districts, see 26 U.S.C. Section 6091(place to file return), 6151 (working with 6091 where you pay where you file), 7601 (summons to canvas each internal revenue district), and 7621 (President creates Internal Revenue Districts), for any collection (26 CFR Sec. 301.6301) and levy (26 CFR Sec. 301.6331), for these "unauthorized" exactions to be levied.
I am not sure at what point America decides it has had enough but imposing a $ 3000 tax on State employers with no statute or regulation implementing such statute, will never lead to confidence or protection for liberties sake.
Maybe we need to let all States become Defunct, like all Internal Revenue Districts in 1999, See Allnutt v. CIR, 523 F.3d 406, 408 (n.1)(4th Cir. 2008) cited in U.S.A. v. Springer, 10-5055, decided by 10th Cir. on October 26, 2011, and just go with "nationwide" Federal jurisdiction everywhere. I am reminded by the recent Bond decision by the Supreme Court, 131 S.Ct. 2355 (2011), which held there are two Governments, "not one", and this was done to "secure liberty of the individual."
Sitting in Federal Prison and reading the U.S.A. Today story quoted above by Alder convinces me we have no State Governments left to protect any liberty and the United States has become ad hoc in just about everything they do or say. I pray God stops this tyranny through the Holy Spirit.
Just ask yourself what can't the IRS say or do. There is only one way to override the IRS and that is through an election of House and Senate men and women that will take control by giving this Country back to their respective State they are elected to represent. I am reminded of 2nd Chronicles 7: 14:
"If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from Heaven, and will forgive their sin, and heal their land."
Father, please forgive us our sins in Jesus name and heal our land. Amen!
Thank you for considering supporting me during this time as it is greatly needed. I will write about the recent decisions by the Supreme Court on Affordable Health Care when it comes out and also explain my view of the impact on the June 25, 2012, decision dealing with immigration law from Arizona. That decision is going to prove to be a defining moment in History between Federal and State offenses.
Lindsey Springer 6.26.12
Thank you so much for the support you have given us so far. I pray that you are rewarded for your generosity, both in this life and the next.
PayPal donations can be made to gnutella [at] mindspring [dot] com
Mailing address for donations or other inquiries (cash, or blank first name on checks):
_________ Springer 5147 S. Harvard, #116 Tulsa, OK 74135
Letters to Lindsey (no donations or packages to this address):
Lindsey Springer, 02580-063 FCI Big Spring 1900 Simler Ave Big Spring, TX 79720
Thanks, Lindsey & Family