Tax Protester Tom Cryer: Gone But Not Forgotten

Via Wikipedia and TruthAttack.org:

Tom Cryer was an attorney in Shreveport, Louisiana who was charged with and later acquitted of willful failure to file U.S. federal income tax returns in a timely fashion. In a recent case in United States Tax Court, Cryer contested a determination by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service that he owed $1.7 million in taxes and penalties. Before the case could come to trial, Cryer died June 4, 2012. He was 62:

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  • Vasily239

    cue Tom Barrett fear-mongers: “iz important Cryer give us money so we can give bureaucrats and civil servants better retirement programs than American workers receive – we are the ruling class, after all — if you disagree with us then it means you’ve just been conned by TEH CORPORATIONS ‘n so we can ignore u – dats our get outta jail fwee cawd … screaming TEH CORPORATIONS! over and over and over and over and over and over …” 

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