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Dying for justice

http://www.journalgazette.net/article/20091108/LOCAL03/31108...

"In her typed suicide note she wrote: "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.'"

Catch that? TRUTH. It is what washes away ALL this bullshit. May she watch over us all as we continue this fight against tyranny.



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wolfe's picture

Something smells fishy about the story...

3 days after a warrant was served, and with no charges filed, she committed suicide? The wife of a business owner like this, and someone who runs non-profits is far more used to stress and even the IRS than the average Joe. Someone like that seems to me to also not be inclined to give up at the first sign of a potential bump in the road.

I hate the way the police always assume family/friends because they are too lazy to do real investigation but in this case...

It just seems that there isn't enough motivation for an innocent woman, who is a wife, mother, involved in her community, and used to stress to take the last exit. And in fact, the only one who could possibly benefit from this is the husband who now is seen as less likely to be guilty and even has grounds for a lawsuit...

Also, a typed suicide note? Is that normal? Seems exceedingly weird to me that she would type a note and then hand write a single sentence...

Btw, when I went to read the story, I expected something more along the lines of someone who had spent years battling the IRS and finally couldn't take it anymore.

But whether it was murder or suicide, if the IRS didn't exist, this wouldn't have went down like this... So the moral is the same, abolish the IRS... :)
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Are you a woman?

I don't think it is fishy, I think women tend to swing more broadly in their emotions than men. I also think women consider their professional reputation a part of their core being, while men can compartmentalize the different aspects of their life. These are obvious generalizations, which I do NOT think include every member of either gender.

And the Red Cross is a government bureaucracy, more similar to the FED than a charity. (My husband worked for them for years, this is a fact.) She probably knew all too well how fighting the IRS was going to go for her.

Truth exists, and it deserves to be cherished.

wolfe's picture

Naw, I am a man...

Maybe you're right and that is why it seems difficult for me to understand... Either way it is sad...

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