Hoyt Fiasco: $103M Heist + Kevin Brown's Criminal Cover-up
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     Why did the IRS lead prosecuting attorney in the Hoyt case quit in disgust?

The Hoyt Fiasco: Bivens Update

Note: This material is from late 1999, with only minor updates since then.

The law firm PMK feels the judge's negative comments about the IRS indicate a positive development for us, if we can get the Ninth Circuit to tell him the defendants are not immune from suit.

That is, that this case is distinct and different from previous tax cases where the IRS defendants had immunity, because in those other cases the taxpayers had an alternative remedy and here they do not--they're stuck with the consequences of Hoyt's representation of them before the IRS.

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It runs on Windows XP, NT, 2000, 98, and other systems.

Click here to download the Bivens update file.




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Last updated: Friday, October 09, 2020

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