5) Miniluv sues We the People


"Just in time for tax season, the U.S. Justice Department is suing the
founder of a charitable organization for allegedly peddling a national
tax-fraud scheme that it says has cost [sic] the government $21 million.
The government charges in its lawsuit filed earlier this month that
Robert L. Schulz of Queensbury, N.Y., used the charity, the We the
People Foundation for Constitutional Education, to falsely tell donors
that they could legally avoid having federal income taxes withheld from
their paychecks. Schulz, a high-profile tax protester, denies any
wrongdoing and maintains that the foundation simply educates people
about the U.S. Constitution." (04/16/07)


My first reaction was, "Good; this will have it out once and for all."
But if "Justice" is *suing* rather than *charging*, the burden of proof
may be lower; they may not need to actually substantiate the requirement
to pay taxes.

~Chris, who only had an extra $140 stolen this year