According to our
court-watcher we can tell you the following:
At the start of the
trial the DOJ withdrew the felony charges, leaving two counts of
willful failure to file.
The Constitution and the
law were allowed into the courtroom. Although
Cryer was able to tell the jury what he read,
he was not allowed to show the jury what he
read. Cryer was also able to tell the jury what he did not read in
the law because he could not find it in the law - the law that made
him liable to file and pay the federal income tax.
Tom did a good job of
explaining to the jury what he read in the Brushhaber,
Stanton and Eisner Supreme Court cases about the legal
meaning of the word "income" and what he read in the Internal
Revenue Code - everything but the law that required him to file. Tom
had asked the IRS to show him the law that made him liable but the
IRS did not respond.
Larry Becraft's closing
arguments were "flawless."
Compared to the judges
in the Simkanin and Schiff cases, Cryer's judge was
Congratulations Tom and
Larry. We are looking forward to your full
report. More details to follow
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