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Friday, March 02, 2007

DOJ Dismisses Felony Tax Prosecution

With Prejudice -- After PRA Defense Raised
Evidence OMB Complicit In Income Tax Fraud
DOJ & IRS Petitioned To Explain
On May 12, 2006 in Peoria, Illinois, the attorney for the U.S.
Department of Justice (DOJ) begged the court to dismiss all charges
against IRS victim Robert Lawrence in federal District Court.
The motion for dismissal came on the heels of a surprise tactic by
Lawrence's defense attorney Oscar Stilley.
The tactic threatened exposure of IRS's on-going efforts to defraud the
public. The move put DOJ attorneys in a state of panic that left them
with only one alternative: beg for dismissal, with prejudice.
Stilley's tactic paid off. Sixty days earlier, the DOJ had indicted
Lawrence on three counts of willful failure to file a 1040 form, and
three felony counts of income tax evasion. The federal Judge dismissed
all charges with prejudice, meaning the DOJ cannot charge Lawrence with
those crimes again.

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