If not an organization within the U.S. Department of the Treasury, then what exactly is the IRS? The answer appears to be that the IRS is a collection agency working for foreign banks and operating out of Puerto Rico under color of the Federal Alcohol Administration (“FAA”). Incidentally, the FAA was declared unconstitutional inside the 50 States by the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of U.S. v. Constantine, 296 U.S. 287 (1935), because Prohibition had already been repealed.
In 1998, the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit identified a second “Secretary of the Treasury” as a man by the name of Manual Díaz-Saldaña. See the definitions of “Secretary” and “Secretary or his delegate” at 27 CFR 26.11 (formerly 27 CFR 250.11), and the published decision in Used Tire International, Inc. v. Manual Díaz-Saldaña, court docket number 97-2348, September 11, 1998. Both definitions mention Puerto Rico.
When all the evidence is examined objectively, and without mincing words, the IRS appears to be a money laundering extortion racket, and a conspiracy to engage in a pattern of racketeering activity, in violation of 18 U.S.C. 1951 and 1961 et seq. (“RICO”). When you think of Puerto RICO think of Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act; in other words, it is an organized crime syndicate operating under false and fraudulent pretenses. See also the Sherman Act and the Lanham Act.
NO CONGRESSIONAL ACT AUTHORIZES THE IRS
TO OPERATE INSIDE THE 50 STATES OF THE UNION
One might ask by what legal authority, if any, has the IRS established offices inside the 50 States of the Union?
The answer, if you will look into it, is that there is no known Act of Congress, nor any Executive Order, giving IRS lawful jurisdiction to operate within any of the 50 States of the Union. Their presence within the 50 States appears to stem from certain Agreements on Coordination of Tax Administration (“ACTA”), which officials in those States have consummated with the Commissioner of Internal Revenue. A template for ACTA agreements can be found at the IRS Internet.
However, those ACTA agreements are demonstrably fraudulent, for example, by expressly defining “IRS” as a lawful bureau within the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Moreover, those ACTA agreements also appear to violate State laws requiring competitive bidding before such a service contract can be awarded by a State government to any subcontractor. There is no evidence to indicate that ACTA agreements were reached after any competitive bidding processes; on the contrary, the IRS is adamant about maintaining a monopoly syndicate. Even more interesting is that Congress repealed authority for the IRS to negotiate such agreements in 1990. Does Mr. Harris, “Special Agent”, think this is untrue?
You might also consider the reality of the IRS being forbidden to legally show “Department of the Treasury” on their outgoing mail. That is because it would be use of deceptive nomenclature intended to convey the false impression that IRS is a lawful bureau or department within the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
Only governmental departments and agencies have franking privileges. What, no franking privileges you say? Federal laws prohibit the use of United States Mail for fraudulent purposes. Every piece of U.S. Mail sent from IRS with “Department of the Treasury” in the return address, is one count of mail fraud. See also 31 U.S.C. 333.
IRS SPECIAL AGENT, CRIMINAL INVESTIGATORS,
HAVE NO ENFORCEMENT POWERS
WITHIN THE 50 STATES OF THE UNION
Title 28 of United States Code deals with Judicial Administration. Title 28 Code of Federal Regulations at Part 0 provides the organizational structure of the Department of Justice. The Department of Justice is made up of various organizational units whose description and functions are addressed in subparts A through Z. Subpart AA deals with orders of the AG. Subpart BB deals with organizational changes regarding divisions and subunits. And Subpart CC deals with jurisdictional disagreements, assignments of mail cases and other cases and agreements in connection with criminal proceedings or investigations and deportation and immigration benefits.
Subpart K provides the functions of the Criminal Division. Section 0.55 describes the functions assigned to, conducted by, handled by, or supervised by, the Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division. Section 0.55 (b) stipulates that tax fraud cases be assigned to the Tax Division by subpart N. Subpart N, is limited by sec. 0.56 of Subpart K:
The Jurisdiction of the Department of Justice dealing with criminal matters as applied to Subpart N is limited by sec. 0.56 of Subpart K:
§ 0.56 Exclusive or concurrent jurisdiction.