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Enough is Enough – Update on C. Steven Tucker

Home - by - December 6, 2013 - 19:10 America/New_York - 35 Comments

Here’s the latest, hold onto your hats.

Earlier today an IRS agent sat in C. Steven Tucker’s living room and warned him that he should resolve the 2003  (AND 2010 -edit bfh) underpayment discrepanc(ies) as soon as possible because he could potentially have wage garnishing, a house lien or a seizure of assets.

Tucker was first informed of this dispute by letter on or about Thanksgiving.

The exhaust fumes from the government vehicle had barely dissipated from his driveway when a certified letter arrived informing him that all of the above was indeed going to happen if he didn’t send the money by December 19th.

C. Steven Tucker barely had enough time to break out his bandana, grow a dirty lumberjack beard and organize a concert in order to pay off this disputed debt.

Tucker’s attorney, a tax attorney who has 1000′s of hours of tax litigation under his belt, said that this is questionable treatment for a ten-year old claim that was just brought to the attention of a client within the last month.

Still think this isn’t the totalitarian hammer of a government intent on punishing an American citizen that disagrees with the policies of the president?

» 35 Comments

  1. Glock 10mm

    December 6th, 2013

    I would have just pulled my pistol and shot the dumb bastard. Yes, I’ve reached that point.

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  2. BigFurHat

    December 6th, 2013

    This is what happens when no one is signing up for the exchanges.

    By the way, do we get to seize government property (heh!) when your coverage runs out because of government mandate placed on your provider and your new coverage isn’t put into place, and you have a heart attack during the gap?

    Who is going to pay for that gap??

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  3. Dr. Tar

    December 6th, 2013

    What worries me is that the IRS is in no way concern about the bad P.R. that such asshatter is bound to generate.

    Its like they think they are immune or something.

    If anyone from the IRS is reading this, you know there’s a very real possibility that you will have a Republican President in 3 years.

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  4. grayscape

    December 6th, 2013

    Not shocking at all…..for a COMMUNIST regime.

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  5. unneutral

    December 6th, 2013

    As long as liberals are in charge….it will only get worse.

    As stupid as they are, in their perverted pea brain mind…they always know what is best for everyone.

    Which makes them pathetic and dangerous.

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  6. the bullpenis

    December 6th, 2013

    yeah, well, the IRS ain’t his only worry.

    sorry ot:

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/12/05/whats-behind-the-massive-mysterious-china-city-that-could-emerge-near-woodstock-festival-site/

    Either way, U.S. immigration officials are reportedly weighing a plan from Chinese investors to create a “China City of America” just 20 minutes east of where the iconic Woodstock festival took place in 1969.

    What is a “China City,” you ask?
    It’s a 600-acre, multibillion-dollar “Chinese Disneyland,” the New York Post reports, that would be nestled by Yankee Lake in Sullivan County and contain an amusement park, mansions and a “Forbidden City” all constructed according to the principles of Feng Shui.
    [ ... ]
    If the proposed project happens, a federal program (EB-5) would grant visas to each foreign investor who plucks down $500,000, the Post noted.

    But the Center for Immigration Studies, a conservative group, isn’t thrilled about the “China City,” claiming in an internal report “a charge from within the Chinese community that China City is a stalking horse for the Chinese communist government in Beijing.”

    sooo, our $1,000,000,000,000 debt gets paid off by taking in 2,000,000 chinese – weeeeell, okay, but do we have to take that many tons of melamine, too?

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  7. MOE TOM

    December 6th, 2013

    Glock 10mm. Careful there young fella. Let us know if you get a visit.

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  8. eternal cracker p

    December 6th, 2013

    What amazes me is when the government is caught red handed in IRS and NSA, they simply deny it and then double down on the alleged agenda as if it’s a green light to continue.

    Yes, citizen, you’ve proven the government crosses the line and fucks with your life in an illegitimate way, now that it’s in the wide open for everyone to see in a numbed down fashion, we’ll commit the same crime and double the fine.

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  9. illustr8r

    December 6th, 2013

    He should call into Mark Levin. Get Landmark Legal on it. Levin was one of the first to help out IRS badgered teaparty groups.

    Issa won’t do anything…how many more hearings? Nothing ever happens.

    Everyone tweet, e-mail, call Levin to make him aware of this. ;-) Mr. Pinko

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  10. Aunt Liz

    December 6th, 2013

    GeeDeeEFFERS is what they are! I now feel like personally punching every Obama voter I come across – EVEN MORE THAN BEFORE! GAAAHH!

    This kind of thing can not stand. I got pitchforks – real ones from my childhood horse days. I’m ready to march.

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  11. eternal cracker p

    December 6th, 2013

    Meanwhile all the people collecting food stamps and various other benefits who couldn’t pass a drug test and who don’t report welfare as income get a pass 100% of the time. In the name of blatant wealth distribution. Despicable.

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  12. Jimmy

    December 6th, 2013

    Ultimately, the IRS reports to it’s founding body: Congress. In the meantime, it’s manipulated by the President.

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  13. J Frank Parnell

    December 6th, 2013

    I abstain from commenting on this one.

    Discretion.

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  14. mj hawkeye

    December 6th, 2013

    Charley Rangel, Tim Geithner, Tom Daschle, tax bastards all.

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  15. Jerry Manderin

    December 6th, 2013

    I read that C Steven said the IRS has not provided any documentation in regards to those fines.

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  16. Groucho Marxist

    December 6th, 2013

    Our founding fathers were shooting by now at both the British and the Tories…. er moderates.

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  17. Brian

    December 6th, 2013

    Your President just went out in the last day and told the IRS to ratchet up this kind of behavior in anticipation of 2014 and that there was not, is not and ain’t gonna be an FBI investigation into the targeting of conservative groups in 2012 becuase fuck you that’s why.

    How many IRS agents should die to send an appropriate message that their abuses will not be tolerated? Because right now, they are being tolerated and any given one of you could stand in front of a microphone and give your opinion and be targeted next with having your home seized over a fake tax bill they just manufactured after they saw your name on tv.

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  18. Groucho Marxist

    December 6th, 2013

    Need to make arrangements to send payment in pennies

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  19. Menderman

    December 6th, 2013

    With the IRS you are guilty until proven innocent. They have the power to seize everything you own to satisfy them, and then you have to go to court to prove you didn’t owe it. And the real kicker…they have “free” lawyers that do this shit every day. I’ve been ass raped by them in small amounts similar to what Steven is facing. Sadly, I caved and let them steal my money because trying to get it back would cost much more in the long run, and they know this. The IRS is absolutely famous for picking on the little guy, because they can’t fight back. Nothing but government backed bullying.

    Doesn’t Warren Buffet still owe a billion bucks to them? For over a decade? Yeah, they are scared to go after him….fucking pansies.

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  20. Menderman

    December 6th, 2013

    By the way, Harry Reid says paying taxes is voluntary, so just tell Harry you don’t want to pay.

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  21. F.D.R. in Hell

    December 6th, 2013

    When you all talk about the IRS taking everything you own, Eleanor’s Uncle Teddy’s advice comes to mind…

    “NEVER PICK A FIGHT WITH SOMEONE WHO HAS NOTHING TO LOSE.”

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  22. Hambone

    December 6th, 2013

    Jarrett ordered this!

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  23. Menderman

    December 6th, 2013

    Steven has a wife and family, and he has a lot to lose…and the fuckers know that.

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  24. Hotlanta Mike

    December 6th, 2013

    The IRS is the regime’s Gestapo. Obama über alles.

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  25. uhclem

    December 6th, 2013

    WTF? IRS is only allowed to go back 3 years re: audits; max 6 years in worst circumstances. Has IRS abandoned their own regulations?
    Quoted from IRS Website:

    How far back can the IRS go to audit my return?
    Generally, the IRS can include returns filed within the last three years in an audit. Additional years can be added if a substantial error is identified. Generally, if a substantial error is identified, the IRS will not go back more than the last six years.
    The IRS tries to audit tax returns as soon as possible after they are filed. Accordingly most audits will be of returns filed within the last two years.
    If an audit is for an older year, you may be requested to extend the statute of limitations for assessment of your tax return. The statute of limitations limits the time allowed to assess additional tax. The statute of limitations is generally three years after a return is due or was filed, whichever is later. There is also a statute of limitations for making refunds.
    If the audit is not resolved and the statute of limitations date is nearing, you may be asked to extend the statute of limitations date. This will allow you additional time to provide further documentation to support your position, request an appeal if you do not agree with the audit results, or to claim a tax refund or credit. It also allows the IRS time to complete the audit and provides time to process the audit results.
    You do not have to agree to extend the statute of limitations date. However, if you do not agree, the examiner will be forced to make a determination based upon the information they currently have. Therefore, the examiner may not be able to consider additional adjustments, such as expenses, that could lower the amount of tax due.
    More information related to extending a statute of limitations can be obtained in Publication 1035, Extending the Tax Assessment Period, or from your auditor.

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  26. RosalindJ

    December 6th, 2013

    illustr8r, Mark Levin has already had his visit. Youtube link in this post.

    http://gunsnfreedom.com/the-irs-orders-shotguns-yes-shotguns-looks-like-audits-werent-enough/

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  27. Brian

    December 6th, 2013

    I am confused by something. The IRS notice date says December 9th, 2013. Today is still the 6th isn’t it?

    This is infuriating on so many levels. We need names, district offices and managers names.

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  28. Doc

    December 6th, 2013

    Just our luck we will be stuck with some limp dick fookin RINO for the next prez.

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  29. sybilll

    December 6th, 2013

    Can’t he hire a tax attorney to at least slow down the IRS steamroller? I’d gladly pitch in a few bucks FWIW.

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  30. DK

    December 6th, 2013

    Remember that revenuer a few years back that wanted to create a problem with his suicide? He self inflicted wounds on his chest……..yeah, instead of the hoax…….how bout the real thing……….just spitballing.

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  31. anonymous

    December 7th, 2013

    I’m sure Glock 10mm was referring to his d1ck when he said p1stol, Moe Tom.

    Also, don’t blow your cool and give the bastids an excuse to f*ck with you, friends.

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  32. Sheppy

    December 7th, 2013

    Why Is 2003 Being Mentioned Here When The Period In Question Is 2010? And It’s Dated Dec 9? Something Is Amiss Here….

    If you’ve been following the story you would have read earlier that Tucker received 2 different letters.
    One is questioning his 2003 returns, another is questioning his 2010 returns.
    Sorry I didn’t make that clearer, but with each passing story I tend to leave out some stuff because these are more like updates than full stories from square one. My fault.
    -bfh

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  33. Pickled Liver

    December 7th, 2013

    My office just received their letter telling them to limit my pay to a little less that $500 a month, with anything more payable to the IRS – for a 2002 debt!!!

    Prior to last month I was trying to survive on SS – It would appear I’m not supposed to work !

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  34. reddecaesari

    December 7th, 2013

    i am being audited. the agent said to me “you got no …. ”

    during a conversation. i know this won’t end well.

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  35. selva

    December 7th, 2013

    same drunk basturds that created his birf certificate

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