Chairman Peter Hendrickson addresses the Party Faithful in his newsletter at losthorizons. See if you can detect any evidence of projection, of transference, of narcissism, of megalomania, of a growing mental illness (bolding added by me):
I had occasion this week to browse a few CtC [Cracking the Code] state forum exchanges, and I was disturbed to encounter several ongoing discussions of the, "Why is it that some of us keep facing balky tax-agency behavior? What are we missing?" variety. The underlying notion is that there is something overlooked in CtC that is being exploited to legitimize the scattershot tax-agency bad behavior to which a few CtC-educated filers have been subjected over the years, even while most continue to win victory after victory in invoking and upholding the law without ever having to deal with any evasions by the relevant governments.
Simply observing that the bad behavior is scattershot should be enough to put such errant notions to rest by itself. Obviously, if there were actually "something missing" from what CtC teaches about the law that legitimizes tax-agency resistance to educated, accurate filings, it would be being exploited uniformly. There would be no [Cracking the Code] victories to post-- or certainly none since 2004, when, according to the testimony of IRS agent Shauna Henline, CtC-educated returns began being subjected to special scrutiny in addition to the standard extra attention that any filing showing little or no "income"-- but seeking the return of amounts withheld-- already receives.
Hendrickson is essentially repeating the lie that since tax refunds are obtained in at least some cases using his method, the IRS is not enforcing its procedures "uniformly." Somehow, in Pete's mind, this proves that he is right. [EDIT: See my clarification, below.]
Even more obviously, if there was something missing from what CtC teaches about the law that legitimizes tax-agency resistance to educated, accurate filings, there wouldn't be a single case of an agency attempting to offer resistance to such a filing-- sometimes stretching out for more than a year of intense contact between the agency and the educated filer-- before ultimately surrendering to that filing, as is documented in the dozens of such cases presented in the 'Every Which Way But Loose' series and the 'Victory Highlights'. (You'll see the latest of these posted this week as 'Every Which Way But Loose' Episode XXVI-- Forest Anderson's slap-down of an IRS effort to disregard his educated filing for 2007, making for his fifth victory on behalf of the rule of law so far.)
This is bizarre; Hendrickson seems to be implying that the fact that the IRS is "resisting" him proves that there is "nothing missing" from the theory of his Cracking the Code scam. Gee, where have we seen this kind of delusion before?
For that matter, if there was something missing from what CtC teaches about the law that legitimizes tax-agency resistance to educated, accurate filings, the IRS would have been able to actually win (or at least engage in) a court case against me. Instead, it was forced to formally concede that it cannot by withdrawing from its first three attempts, and then eventually resorted to an elaborate charade of bringing a bogus "lawsuit" against my wife and me in which the district court carefully makes a deliberate series of due process (and other) errors so as to enable it to issue a "ruling" which is inherently void, but which the IRS and DOJ have callously flashed in front of the naive as a "victory", confident that most folks won't trouble themselves to look behind the press release and learn the truth.
This pretty much speaks for itself. He lost his erroneous refund case, went all the way to the Supreme Court with it, had his petition rejected by the Supreme Court, is under a court order prohibiting him from using the scam on his own tax return, is facing a criminal trial in the fall for using the scam on his own return, and yet claims it's all "void" and that he has actually "won."
Folks, those of you that have been doing so have got to stop wasting time looking for holes to plug. There are no holes.
What you have learned in CtC is the complete picture. The constant capitulation to CtC, more and more evidence of which is posted every week at losthorizons.com in a multitude of different ways, makes this unmistakably clear. The fact that the beneficiaries of the corrupt status quo haven't stopped flailing about looking for ways of evading the truth, and haven't abandoned periodically testing such ploys and evasions on unfortunate victims who then have to ride out and defeat their own personal little storm of bureaucratic bad behavior, isn't an indication of holes. It is simply an indication that those who deny the truth and the law are thuggish criminals who will persist in trying to keep their gravy-train rolling for as long as possible.
Despite losing every single court case, and despite watching his followers lose every single court case, he refers to the government's interface with his scam as being "constant capitulation" by the government.
THE MOST EFFECTIVE MEANS DEPLOYED BY THESE THUGS IN THEIR STRUGGLE TO EVADE THE TRUTH AND THE LAW IS GETTING YOU TO SPEND YOUR TIME AND ENERGY TRYING TO IDENTIFY OR PLUG NON-EXISTENT HOLES!
When you're looking for "holes" (or letting fear of them sap your strength) you're NOT out in the community explaining to everyone you can that unapportioned federal capitations-- that is, taxes on general, unprivileged receipts or earnings-- are illegal; that what can (and does) qualify as "income" within the context of the unapportioned "income tax" is therefore necessarily (and as a matter of statutory specification) circumscribed accordingly; and that the government is doing everything it can to keep the American people from becoming aware of these facts, by doing everything it can to discourage the reading of a transformational little book entitled 'Cracking the Code- The Fascinating Truth About Taxation In America'.
Ah yes, the transformational book -- the book that may transform Hendrickson from a free man to, once again, a resident of the Federal Bureau of Prisons system. The book that transforms his followers from miserable, deluded people to miserable, deluded people with severe tax problems, tax liens, and levies.
When you're looking for "holes" (or letting fear of them sap your strength), you're NOT confidently moving forward, introducing your testimony, and standing up prominently as an example to all of what a real American does to uphold and enforce the Constitution against all its enemies, foreign and domestic.
When you're looking for "holes" (or letting fear of them sap your strength), you're NOT impatiently correcting or dismissing every "tax honesty" guru, media-figure, or simple correspondent who persists in wallowing in CtC-denial.
When you're looking for "holes" (or letting fear of them sap your strength), you're NOT rebutting or deleting every "silver-bullet" email about social security numbers, or citizenship and residency, or Title 15, or PRA, or UCC, or whatever else is the "distraction-of-the-week" launched into cyberspace by an "ignorance tax"-addicted government desperate to keep you in a state of confusion; desperate to keep you milling about and ineffective; and most of all desperate to keep you doing ANYTHING except forthrightly acting on what you have learned about the law in CtC and spreading the word to others.
The facts are simple and inescapable:
>CtC presents the complete, liberating truth about the income tax, which will prevail universally when enough Americans know that truth;
>the government is corruptly addicted to the conveniences it enjoys by exploiting general public ignorance of that truth;
>the government is persistently flailing about trying to suppress that truth both by periodic efforts to intimidate individual educated filers, and by constant efforts to put disinformation and doubt into circulation; and
>the only way those efforts at suppression can succeed is if you cooperate, by letting yourself be distracted or intimidated into inaction or silence.
Yes, it's obvious that by losing his own erroneous refund case in federal district court, by losing at the court of appeals, by having the Supreme Court reject his petition on June 15, by having all his followers lose their own court cases, and by facing a federal criminal tax trial that could result in a conviction putting him in prison for much of the rest of his life, PeterEricBlowhardMeister Hendrickson has those mean ol' bad ol' government people just where he wants 'em
Edit: Clarification -- Above, where I say:
Hendrickson is essentially repeating the lie that since tax refunds are obtained in at least some cases using his method, the IRS is not enforcing its procedures "uniformly." Somehow, in Pete's mind, this proves that he is right.
.....what I should be saying is:
Hendrickson is essentially repeating the lie that since tax refunds are obtained in at least some cases using his method, and since the IRS is not enforcing its procedures "uniformly", this somehow proves that Pete is right.
In a sense, the IRS has NOT been enforcing its procedures uniformly. Sometimes the IRS catches the CtC filings and correctly denies the claim for credit or refund, and other times the IRS erroneously issues the refund or credit. The latter is what happened, of course, in Pete's own case. The problem for Pete's followers, of course, is that they almost universally swallow the doofus theory that the mere issuance of all those refunds
somehow means that CtC must be "correct." Again, this is analogous to arguing that if you steal money by false pretenses, your "success" in stealing the money "proves" that there is no law against the theft.
...why is anyone in this [losthorizons] community paying the least attention to...'Larry Williams' [Famspear], or other purveyors of disinformation from...quatloos? – Pete Hendrickson, former inmate 15406-039, Fed’l Bureau of Prisons