Question and Evidence Overview:
Questions 402-404 introduce the issues concerning the power to levy. 26 USC 6331(a) defines who may be levied upon – and guess what? – average U.S. citizens are NOT on the list. Only employees of the U.S. government, etc. (As many issues do, this ties directly into the concept of proper IRS jurisdiction).
Please pay attention to the definition of the word “employee” in Questions 403. The IRS would have us believe all “employees” working for anyone are subject to the tax law.
As evidenced in Question 405 please note that the reverse side of the official “levy” Form 668-A(c)(DO) curiously admits the first part of the levy statute (above) which specifies who it legally applies to. As asked in the questions, it becomes clear that this is another deception of the IRS to mislead employers and induce them into levying on the wages of Americans that not, as the statute is plainly written, subject to the law.
Note: Please review the legal materials in the “Right to Labor” section to understand the legal importance and stature of labor in relation to property rights.
Question 409 covers legal annotations for the 4th Amendment which discuss the need and reasoning that requires an independent, neutral magistrate to sign a court order that authorizes the seizure of property.
Note: Please also review the hearing section on “Substitute Returns”. In that evidence ex-IRS Agents talk in detail about they don’t actually, “personally”, physically seize property. They merely provide the Notices and 3rd parties such as banks do the actual “seizing” of the property. A fine line of law and of no real consequence for the average citizen given the fact that most 3rd parties involved in a levy or seizure are corporations, banks, etc. and have very little – if any incentive to resist the IRS on your behalf.
The final questions reiterate points made in other hearing sections that there are in fact, NO regulations in the law that implement any legal requirements for the average American to file or pay the income tax.