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IRS and the Spoliation of Evidence Legal Standard
Center for Individual Freedom via Real Clear Policy ^
| TIMOTHY H. LEE
Posted on 06/27/2014 5:06:15 PM PDT by Kid Shelleen
---snip--- Stated simply, when accused parties fail to produce relevant evidence within their control, evidence which they are otherwise naturally expected to possess, our legal system allows and even mandates that unfavorable presumptions be drawn against them. So when some item of relevant evidence whether documents, physical objects or data relevant to an ongoing legal matter is destroyed, discarded or modified in some way, we presume that the missing evidence was unfavorable to that party and draw conclusions accordingly.
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TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; News/Current Events
To: Kid Shelleen
posted on 06/27/2014 5:14:05 PM PDT
To: maggief; WildHighlander57; LucyT; null and void
posted on 06/27/2014 5:16:12 PM PDT
(Obama: "Born in Kenya" Lying now or then or now)
Just one problem. The law doesn’t seem to apply to the regime.
To: Kid Shelleen
Evidently, the punishment for crime of spoliation is much less than the punishment for the crimes documented in the e-mails.
posted on 06/27/2014 9:09:40 PM PDT
(Democrats delenda est. New US economy: Fascism on top, Socialism on the bottom.)
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