[MUST WATCH] “Free Speech on Trial: IRS v. Hendrickson” – A Short S.I. Documentary

Posted: June 26, 2015 in Income tax, IRS, Solutions, Solutions Institute, taxes
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Short Documentary Lays Out Controversial Tax Case, Shows How Citizen Documentary Can Create Change 

On July 25, 2014, Doreen Hendrickson was convicted of contempt of court. She was recently sentenced to 18 months, and surrendered herself to prison on May 15, 2015. The details of the case were bizarre, to say the least.

Doreen’s husband, Pete Hendrickson, is the author of Cracking the Code: The Fascinating Truth about Taxation in America, a book that encourages an allegedly legal but unconventional way of filing tax returns, which has

Screen Shot 2015-06-11 at 9.49.25 AMsupposedly helped tens of thousands of readers win their money back from the IRS. While the book and documentary goes into much heavier detail, the compact of his premise is that the income tax was only meant to be applied to government employees and private individuals who benefit in some way from a federal privilege. By contrast, he writes that private citizens who do not make enjoy special privileges or income from the federal government can avoid income taxation by referencing this distinction.

Doreen and Pete have been using this method to avoid paying income tax since the release of Pete’s book, and it’s put them at odds with the IRS. In the recent case, Doreen was given a new set of returns filled out by the federal government and ordered to sign them as being her own testimony. Because they were not her own words, she refused, and has

Screen Shot 2015-06-11 at 9.50.16 AMnow been sentenced to prison.

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