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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 843 Estates

Instructions and Help about Can Form 843 Estates

Hi I'm Mike Benoit and I want to give you a little information today about IRS tyranny personal case of mine where the IRS in the United States government is stealing my house through the courts of course and claiming that i owe taxes which i don't know i'm going to go through the case try to cover it and a half hour try to do in such a way that it's not too technical for the layperson understand to get the jest of this and so just exposed tyranny for exactly what it is and it's quite simple tyranny here the case number case that you want to look it up on the booty college pacer the legal records website it's a southern district of california united states district court case number would be 308 c v 2 140 you can find it that point we start off of the United States complaint which they filed in late 2023 just for before I guess the statute of limitations would have run out 18th day of November and this is for alleged taxes owed for ninety nineteen ninety-five in 1996 and I answered the complaint asking for a jury trial force demanding a jury trial denying all the allegations and what else I'm going to go through this thing folder by folder and make a point they also sue in the process the lien holder or the lender of record yeah that's really kind of a funny bizarre way of doing things they suit also the state of California this is the IRS suing me for alleged back taxes and suing the mortgage holder and suing the state of California it's an interesting way that the state of California becomes actually have an additional plaintiff and so I don't know...