Skip to comments.Colorado conservative group sues ‘Gestapo-like’ IRS over disclosure of tax docs
Posted on 08/11/2013 7:17:38 AM PDT by george76
A conservative 501(c)(4) nonprofit whose application for tax exempt status was among several wrongfully given to ProPublica earlier this year is suing the IRS over the disclosure and demanding big bucks in damages.
The Denver-based Citizens Awareness Project filed the suit in federal court Thursday, asking the court to award it $1,000 for every time unauthorized persons saw its confidential returns, as well as other unspecified damages.
In addition to the IRS, the suit names the United States of America and Attorney General Eric Holder as defendants. Defendants conduct has caused Plaintiff to incur actual damages in the form of harm to its reputation, harm to its fundraising ability, and direct costs for legal and public relations responses related to the release of this tax return information, the suit reads.
Citizens Awareness Project filed its application for tax-exempt status in October 2012 and was among scores of conservative groups that the IRS subjected to intensive scrutiny
(Excerpt) Read more at dailycaller.com ...
Finish off the IRS!
Sue them. Shut them down. Tear out their phone and internet lines. Board up the buildings. Rent them to Subway shops. Fire everyone.
Cease making employers the tax collectors for the welfare state. Shorten the 1040 down to one sheet of paper.
Then close the EPA the DOE and PDQ and the POS!
You mean that POS in the White House?
That’s the one!
You would be much more lenient than me. I would start with tar and feathers, then finish them off with rope.
sounds like a good start...
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