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IRS purchases firearms and uses them for government greed

by Athony Bouchard, Examiner

Some of you recall the IRS purchasing Shotguns that surfaced and was beamed around the Internet.

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) intends to purchase sixty Remington Model 870 Police RAMAC #24587 12 gauge pump-action shotguns for the Criminal Investigation Division…

But what goes unmentioned is what the IRS does with them?

Try this-
“IRS Special Agent Paul Muschell and a number of armed agents showed up to execute the search warrant shortly after 7 a.m. on Nov. 6, 2007, while Denise Simon was getting the couple’s youngest child, 11, ready for school”  Read the entire article

This has become current news because Mr. Simon is suing the Federal Government for wrongful death of his wife, you see she committed suicide three days after the federal officers invaded her home.

IRS Special Agent Paul Muschell and a number of armed agents showed up to execute the search warrant…

She left a note that said-
“I am truly innocent of any attempt to evade taxes, launder money, commit fraud or the other things I am being accused of. … I also have no faith in the legal system or the ability of the government to seek the truth.”

In the law suit James Simon alleges that the United States intentionally and negligently inflicted emotional distress, negligently obtained and executed a search warrant, trespassed on the family’s residence, invaded their privacy and caused a wrongful death.

I don’t know about you, but I agree with Mr. Simon, this is a disgrace of “tax dollars at work” and the IRS techniques are no different from thugs and derelicts?

Maybe tightening the government spending to stop the greed would be in order, but does this kind of tragedy have to occur before we realize where the real thugs with guns are?

Sadly with the push for power coming out of Washington, the worst is yet to come.