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The IRS vs. Robert Kahre

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Just a friendly reminder of what the IRS does to Americans. Quick synopsis is that Bobby Kahre owned a business in Nevada and was paying his employees in gold and silver. Because the FACE VALUE of the coins was lower than the IRS reporting minimum, wages were not reported and therefore taxes weren't paid.

Here's the story:

 

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our government hard at work....



i don't feel. . . angry


i am angry


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and the FBI is not the military, they are not soldiers and do not receive the same grace as soldiers do...


there's always that i can count on
 

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A disgusting flagrant unconstitutional immoral abuse of the police power! There is no justifiable excuse to use such violent force against working Americans.
 

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Just a friendly reminder of what the IRS does to Americans. Quick synopsis is that Bobby Kahre owned a business in Nevada and was paying his employees in gold and silver. Because the FACE VALUE of the coins was lower than the IRS reporting minimum, wages were not reported and therefore taxes weren't paid.

Here's the story:


Businessman Robert Kahre sentenced in tax fraud scheme
By Mary Manning, Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2009


He was sentenced to 15 years in 2009.
A comment under the YouTube video:
Danille Cline - 1 year ago
His release date is May 2023. I’m hoping with the first step act he can come home Jan 2021 when he’s 60.


UNITED STATES v. KAHRE
 

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Businessman Robert Kahre sentenced in tax fraud scheme
By Mary Manning, Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2009


He was sentenced to 15 years in 2009.
A comment under the YouTube video:
Danille Cline - 1 year ago
His release date is May 2023. I’m hoping with the first step act he can come home Jan 2021 when he’s 60.


UNITED STATES v. KAHRE

Lesson learned, dont fight the mother ship! They dont play fairly, they write & enforce their own rules for their slaves ... Caveat Emptor
 

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So what makes one that owns a business required to pay his / her employees/ workers in FRN'S ?

Instead of something more honest like gold or silver?

Or maybe its the verbage used IE dollars or keeping records available for government inspection.

Dont forget Hale v Henkel
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Businessman Robert Kahre sentenced in tax fraud scheme
By Mary Manning, Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2009


He was sentenced to 15 years in 2009.
A comment under the YouTube video:
Danille Cline - 1 year ago
His release date is May 2023. I’m hoping with the first step act he can come home Jan 2021 when he’s 60.


UNITED STATES v. KAHRE

He was in fact released in 2021. The problem that Bobby had is that he intentionally circumvented the IRS tax code by using PM's. He INTENDED to "defraud" the IRS so that's how the bastards got him.
 

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How was he subject to the IRS "Tax code"

Did he have any federal contracts ?

How did he intend to defraud the IRS ?

He offered his helpers something they felt secure in trading for their labor, somewhere in law it states we as flesh and blood humans that have the HvH (1906) unlimited right to contract can discard any item that is currently used as currency and take up another item of value.

He was in fact released in 2021. The problem that Bobby had is that he intentionally circumvented the IRS tax code by using PM's. He INTENDED to "defraud" the IRS so that's how the bastards got him.
 

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F them, work for cash when you can...
 

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How was he subject to the IRS "Tax code"

Did he have any federal contracts ?

How did he intend to defraud the IRS ?

He offered his helpers something they felt secure in trading for their labor, somewhere in law it states we as flesh and blood humans that have the HvH (1906) unlimited right to contract can discard any item that is currently used as currency and take up another item of value.
He admitted it in open court.
 

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once again, don't get out of the boat unless you are going all the way.
 

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Guess that puts to rest that $50 is not really $50. Platinum has a $100 face value, at a lower price, wonder how that works out when TSHTF for real?
 

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Where he went wrong was he paid his employees in gold and silver and then bought the gold and silver back for cash. Had he stopped at paying them in gold and silver he would have been fine. The taxable event comes when the employees exchange the gold and silver for federal reserve notes. They are required to py the tax on the profit or gain.
Because he set it up that way he was intentionally defrauding the IRS.. Had his employees just walked away on payday and went down town to exchange the coin, he would have been fine.