Thursday, November 01, 2007



This is an open letter to all who profess to be a ‘tax patriot’, especially Bob Schultz!

I told everyone, I would wager any amount, even up, that Sherry Jackson would be found “GUILTY”! Not that I wanted her to, but she wouldn't call me.

Now, I am convinced that Bob Schultz will be found “GUILTY” in the middle of April 2008!

Neither of these good people has read my book, April 15th – The Fear Factor. In fact, I tried to e-mail both of them to help with their trial, to no avail!

Now, Sherry will have like, Larken has, the judge to blame, the terrible prosecutor and of course the stupid jurors. It seems that no one want to blame the real culprit…. Their EGO…Themselves!

I won my ‘failure to file’ case with three indictments and two jury plants, read about it in my book. Now if the government can get two plants for someone as un-important as Me! They must have had at least 12 plants and two alternatives for Sherry. And, for Bob Schultz, they will have 12 plants and 12 alternates.

Put yourself in the juror’s position. You owe about $20,000 and the government tells you that “if you agree” they will deposit $5,000 in your bank account (tax-free) before the trial and $20,000. (tax-free), after the trial….if they, the juror’s can just say “GUILTY”. What would you say, NO! Now, some might require $40,000 or $50,000, what does the government care. They got rid of a nemesis, Sherry! They are spending Billions on Saddam! Are you listening, Bob?

I pleaded with everyone who sent me an e-mail to tell Sherry to contact me before her trial. She never called.

Bob Schultz should spend at least one full day in Philadelphia, just chatting with me, after he reads the book. At this time, since he has offender and ignored me, I require that he put his buying of this book and his coming to Philadelphia on his web site as a form of gratitude, Mia Coppa!

Buy the book, it’s in the store on the site listed below! Every juror should have a copy, as this is one of your reliance documents, as is the front page of my web site,

If you don’t give the juror’s any reason to find you “NOT GUILTY” and return the money. Say it loud, say it clear….”GUILTY”

It is in the BOOK, read it! It is such a shame; Schultz has such a good organization. And by the way, tell Larken to stop his whining - he blew it!


Bob Graham Sr.

Monday, October 29, 2007


Below is a copy of a editorial by Larken Rose which he sent out to all his subscribers. It is well written but it leaves out the answer to this problem!

The IRS, with the help of the DOJ and the federal courts, is an
extortion machine. (But most of you already knew that.) All the tap-
dancing they do about "law" is nothing more than a show they put on
to try to give the impression that what they do is somehow legal,
and therefore legitimate. But they don't care one bit about the
law. They care about getting money, whether people owe it or not,
and they will use any means--legal or not--to destroy those who
don't pay the "protection" fee. They will try to hurt you if you
don't comply, and afterwards fabricate some legal excuse for why it
was okay for them to do so. (they don’t just try…they do hurt innocent people)

If the folks at the IRS and DOJ really did care about the law, and
thought they were truly collecting only what was "legally" owed,
they would NOT behave the way they do. They could still be zealous,
still prosecute some people, etc., but a few things would be very
different. (if no one owed the tax why would there be prosecutions?)

In my trial, the JUDGE (acting as back-up prosecutor) took me to
task for not filing returns reporting my income as if it were
taxable, and then filing a claim for refund to get it back. ( Why didn’t Larken or anyone in this position file a ‘Motion to Recuse the Judge’ as outlined in my book, which Larken never read.)

Then the DOJ picked up on that bizarre argument: that if I really
believed I didn't owe it) I would have PAID it, and then tried to get it back. (Gee, I wonder if we should all do that for EVERY tax
we don't think we owe. I don't think I owe any Albuquerque, NM
property taxes--because I have no property there--but maybe I
should pay them, and then try to get them back, to please the
federal courts.)

But aside from the silliness of the argument, the prosecution and
the judge all decided that I was evil for NOT giving the IRS money
and then filing a claim for refund to try to get it back. In fact,
they harped on the fact that I DIDN'T sue the IRS as if it proves
that I believe I owe the tax. (How's that for a logical non-
sequitur?) So, if I were a good citizen, according to the
government, I would give the IRS lots of money, and then file a
claim for refund (1040X), and if they denied that, I would sue to
try to get my money back. That, in my case, is what they declared I
SHOULD have done, and I was a nasty criminal because I didn't do

( Why did you not show them your tape – “Theft by deception”? Isn’t this tape what you relied upon?

In the case of Dr. Tom Clayton, however, he was nasty criminal
because he DID do exactly that. The DOJ called his claims for
refund "false claims"--when they were no such thing--and charged
him with multiple felony counts of filing false returns (26 USC
7206(1)). The claims themselves made no secret about the reason for
the request for refunds: he had concluded that he had previously
paid taxes on NON-taxable income.

(What evidence did he show his jury that he if fact had paid taxes on Non-taxable income?)

Nonetheless, the DOJ fascists
painted that as a CRIMINAL act, and flung him in prison for it,
where he is right now. (Incidentally, he did appeal his conviction,
and that gross misapplication of the "false returns" statute is one
of the main issues being challenged.)

What it boils down to is that if you don't accept on faith the
conventional wisdom regarding the federal income tax, there is
NOTHING you can do to make the federal fascists happy.

(If Dr. Tom had filed the motion to Recuse as I had strongly suggested to both he and Larken, the judge would not have criminalized him.)

If you merely speak your mind, they will criminalize that, and call it an
"abusive tax shelter," or a "corrupt attempt to interfere with the
administration of the tax laws." If you don't file, they will
prosecute you, and say you should have paid and then sued to get it
back. But if you pay up, and try to get it back, they will
prosecute you for filing "false claims." In some cases even asking
QUESTIONS is portrayed as a criminal act by these lunatics (which
IRS Special Agent Donald Pearlman did in my own little

There's a reason I call it "heresy": that's exactly how they treat
it. In short, you are EVIL if you BELIEVE something they don't
like. No matter what you do, you are a heretic, and they will find
an excuse to persecute you--even if you're doing exactly what they
said the last "tax heretic" SHOULD have done. The IRS has its
indisputable doctrine (which happens to contradict the law), and--
from their cult-like vantage point--it is IMPOSSIBLE to honestly
disagree with them. Any who disagree are sneaky, nasty criminals,
who should be burned at the stake.

Luckily, the government can't fling people in prison without the
consent of the American people (by way of the jury box). Unluckily,
the American people tend to be idiots, who not only blindly believe
the gospel according to the IRS--which by itself would be
understandable--but who whole-heartedly AGREE that not accepting on
blind faith the proclamations of any moronic federal bureaucrat is a SIN, and that anyone who does so DESERVES to be put in a cage.

(Your EGO, Larken is the idiot, not the jury that you never showed your tape and video. What did you show them your EGO?)

Every once in a while, however, someone with a brain ends up on a
jury. It happened in Vernice Kuglin's case. It happened in Joe
Banister's case. It happened in Tommy Cryer's case. And, with any
luck, it is happening right now, in Sherry Jackson's case, which
(as I understand it) started today. We shall see. (Luck will not do it, Motion to Recuse will.)