We have a name. It would be good to write this one down. BTT
Mr. Hull will likely prove to be a "middle-manager" in the organization chart.
Several arrows pointing down. But, maybe, only one pointing up...
Hull was not acting alone, although sources say he was the first to begin handling tea-party applications in Washington in March 2010. His colleagues in the Technical Unit were also involved in guiding the Cincinnati office. Hull reported to Michael Seto, the manager of the Exempt Organizations Technical Office, where some 40 lawyers offered advice to IRS agents across the country. Though not all of those lawyers worked on the tea-party cases, a handful certainly did.