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To: Sequoyah101
Did you notice from the chart Cindy Thomas is under Lerner's management..

Is this the Cincinnati IRS agent who gave orders to target conservatives?

… Keep in mind, at least 300 groups were targeted out of Cincinnati alone. Those applications spent anywhere from 18 months to nearly 3 years in the system and some still don’t have their non-profit status. 300 groups multiplied by at least 18 months for each group, means thousands of red flags would have been generated in the system.

So who in the chain of command would have received all these flags? The answer, according to the IRS directory, one woman in Cincinnati, Cindy Thomas, the Program Manager of the Tax Exempt Division. Because all six of our IRS workers have different individual and territory managers, Cindy Thomas is one manager they all have common.

32 posted on 05/24/2013 8:20:12 AM PDT by opentalk
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To: opentalk

Target lists are so common in the IRS that they have an acronym for them... BOLO... Be On the Look Out

They dropped this in testimony so easily it must be common. They systematize the audit targeting, which makes sense, to look for common tax evasion issues.


39 posted on 05/24/2013 8:46:03 AM PDT by Sequoyah101
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