Archive for category: Due Process

IRS statutes make likely IRS employee violations of RICO against taxpayers

05 Oct
October 5, 2013

IRS statute §7433 enables violations of RICO by IRS employees. RICO is designed to get the corrupting policy maker of an organization. Col. Jessep, in the movie “A Few Good Men“, is an example of corrupting policy maker.

Brian Kenner – a pursuit of justice pro se.

05 Jul
July 5, 2013

I am just an individual, yet, I am forced to legally confront the United States and its agent the IRS (many people and considerable resources) in order to protect my family’s rights. In the legal world they call me pro se. It is an unbalanced battle. If might made right, this dispute would have been […]

The IRS has power to police itself for intentional violations of the law

16 May
May 16, 2013

The IRS’ oppressive use of power recently is a direct consequence of bad IRS laws. Congress has provided the IRS the power to police itself by eliminating deterrence for intentional violations of the law.  This post tells you how the law does it.  This particular enabler for abuse power has been in place for years.  Recently however, […]

When IRS Agents Break Laws it should be Clearly Unlawful

16 May
May 16, 2013

Are we becoming a country inhabited by 2 separate sets of folks, those who must follow the laws and those who might follow the laws?  The US District Attorney has the duty to prosecute people who have been found to be engaged in criminal behavior.  In our case, District Attorney Laura Duffy responded to allegations […]

Without Citizen Pushback, Government Will Run Amuck

15 May
May 15, 2013

In defense of IRS agents who have been accused of breaking numerous laws over the course of about a year, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Tamara Ashford stated in writing that some group within the Department of Justice ( “We”), and perhaps the entire Agency, is comfortable barring citizens from suing federal employees, even when the […]

Protected property is a broad term when it comes to due process rights

11 Apr
April 11, 2013

Our appeals court constitutional brief disputing the legitimacy of laws providing personal immunity to IRS employees for intentional violation of the law has been filed (SEE HERE). Judge Anello (a Bowdoin Grad–Bowdoin is a misguided liberal arts school) dismissed the lawsuit in district court finding that when IRS employees have immunity for intentional violation of the law, […]

Due process is a right. No exceptions.

09 Mar
March 9, 2013

The following is the text of an email I sent to my representative, Duncan Hunter. Dear Ms. Alden and Representative Hunter, I have had a couple of days to think about the thoughts the Congressional Research Service (CRC) shared with you by phone. It is not surprising to me that they did not write their […]

The justice system’s justice gyro

03 Sep
September 3, 2012

The American justice system is a remarkable thing. We accuse IRS employees of RICO (a horrible crime originally created to go after the mafia) in our lawsuit.  Later, we accused some federal judges of wrong-doing to protect the same federal employees.  It is such a horrific allegation that one would think we would be denied […]

Constitutional lawsuits must meet simple requirements

01 Sep
September 1, 2012

Constitutional lawsuits are easy to file. More importantly, they are essential for liberty. Figuring out what was required to file a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of federal laws was harder than it should be.  Hence, this post.  I hope this simple list of requirements for constitutional lawsuits helps others pursue their rights. I believe three things are […]

The requirements of Federal Jurisdiction are used by courts as a due process denying trick

29 Aug
August 29, 2012

Federal jurisdiction is used in circular court logic to defeat forever unpleasant lawsuits. The United States has filed its motion to dismiss regarding our lawsuit challenging the constitutionally of federal statutes that enable systemic lawlessness within the federal government.  We know where they stand now.  It is weak and does not respect the rule of […]