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The Hoyt Fiasco: Sample Letter

The following is a sample letter you can write to your Congressperson, your Senator, and each member of the Senate Finance Committee. Please make sure to personalize it, so we aren't all sending in meaningless letters.

Every letter must have a clear and simple call to action. Conclude with that.

A privacy waiver form complete with your name, birth date, social security number. You must send a privacy waiver form complete with your name, birth date, social security number. Until this is on file, it does no good to send a letter to any legislator. In reality, it does no good to send a letter to any legislator. They really do not care.

Even if they did care, they would be silenced by other legislators who are on the payroll of very powerful criminals. Congressman Trafficant did care, and he went to prison as an example to other members of Congress regarding who really is in charge.

Still, if we are silent they will assume we also don't care. So maybe writing is worthwhile. To look up specific legislators, click here. Or go to www.google.com or www.yahoo.com and do a search for the legislator you are contacting. On that legislator's site, you will find a privacy form. Use that form, rather than a generic one--this helps move things along.

 

Senator Pat Roberts
Senate Office Building
United States Senate
Washington, D.C. 20510

March 20, 2004

Dear Senator Roberts,

Thank you for reading this letter. I need to inform you about a terrible collusion between certain IRS employees and a known criminal. This collusion is about to ruin my life. The IRS has refused to engage in proper management or oversight of this issue, and is instead trying to silence the victims.

Senator, this kind of behavior on behalf of a government agency is unconscionable. Unfortunately, the individuals involved have been able to use the system to bypass the rights of the individual taxpayer--including me. We have no recourse through normal channels, thanks to the way these people executed their scheme. As a result of what they did, several thousand innocent taxpayers may very well be forced into bankruptcy, the underground economy, or even suicide. In fact, on our Website you'll find one chilling example of an affected taxpayer who did choose suicide. This is no trivial matter. We are talking about destroying families and individuals, at a net loss to the treasury and to society.

You can find our Website at http://www.mindconnection.com/hoyt. Please view the  lawmaker welcome page.

We need your direct involvement in this matter. Please take action immediately. If you review the articles on the site, you will easily find something to shock your conscience. Read the Pooley Letter, for example. Ask the IRS to explain their behavior and justify it legally and ethically. Be ready for explanations that don't hold up to scrutiny. And then present your findings to colleagues with the question, "Why are we letting this happen?"

An honest, but abused, citizen,

Joe Taxpayer

 

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Last updated: Saturday, September 28, 2013

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