Did you know that the Gestapo thugs at the IRS think they can confiscate, i.e. rob your bank accounts without bothering to afford you due process of law and without any evidence that you have committed a crime?
That’s right. The IRS actually believes it has the legal authority based upon mere “suspicions” to deem you guilty until you can prove yourself innocent. They literally rob you of your property in the process. These infernal robbery specialists are not just targeting conservative political groups to deny them tax exempt status these days; they’re also committing highway robbery of innocent people in broad daylight.
Last time I checked, the Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution in the Bill of Rights says that “No person… shall… be deprived of… property without due process of law…” Due process of law requires, among other things, proper notice that you are being charged with a crime, a hearing in a court of law and ultimately a trial.
But as I’ve noted here many times, the federal government doesn’t give a damn about your Fifth Amendment constitutional rights or for that matter any of the Bill of Rights provisions set forth in the United States Constitution.
Federal IRS agents might confiscate your bank account, for example, if you are in the habit like I am of making regular deposits of under $10,000 at a time. Doing so might prompt the thieving government thugs into thinking that you are attempting to avoid triggering government reports revealing the sources of your cash.
That’s exactly what happened to small restaurant owner Carole Hinders who routinely deposited her business receipts at a local branch bank. Two tax agent thugs paid her a visit to tell her they’d seized her checking account containing more than $30,000.
She wasn’t charged with any crime. There was no evidence of any crime. They robbed her solely because of her habit of making deposits of less than $10,000 at a time. She has yet to prove herself innocent. Her business was ruined. “How can this happen?” she wondered. “Who takes your money before they prove that you’ve done anything wrong with it?”
The IRS does; the Infernal Robbery Specialists.