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IRS Illegally Seized 60 Million Health Records, Claims Lawsuit

Barnes alleged in the suit -- which was filed March 11, 2013, and surfaced Wednesday -- that the “medical records contained intimate and private information of more than 10,000,000 Americans, information that by its nature includes information about treatment for any kind of medical concern, including psychological counseling, gynecological counseling, sexual or drug treatment, and a wide range of medical matters covering the most intimate and private of concerns.”

The suit said the 15 IRS agents involved in the raid did not have a search warrant or subpoena for the medical records which “may concern the intimate medical records of every state judge in California, every state court employee in California, leading and politically controversial members of the Screen Actors Guild and the Directors Guild, and prominent citizens in the world of entertainment, business and government, from all walks of life."

Barnes said the record seizure at the John Doe Company was so massive it affects "roughly one out of every twenty-five adult American citizens.”


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DoHHS already had them under HIPAA.

Now, with the national id database at DHS, all your records linked by your unique identifiers are being linked under one database.

Did the IRS really "seize" the records? Or just get logins to the big DB they have been building slowly for 20 years.

BTW, it was eVerify that brought it all together. The federal database that identifies who is "allowed" to work and who is not "allowed" to work in the United States contains..... what do you think?