Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

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Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby Demosthenes » Thu Feb 05, 2009 5:56 pm

Patrick Mooney Tax Court Case:
http://www.cheatingfrenzy.com/mooney1.pdf
Result: Patrick lost and was sanctioned $1,000

Patrick Mooney Appellate Court:
http://www.cheatingfrenzy.com/mooney2.pdf
Result: The Appeals Court affirmed Tax Court's decision

Donald Gray District Court Permanent Injunction:
http://www.cheatingfrenzy.com/gray1.pdf
Result: Gray was permanently enjoined from filing Hendrickson-type refunds/returns

Beverly J. Hill District Court Permanent Injunction:
http://www.cheatingfrenzy.com/hill203.pdf
Result: Hill was permanently enjoined from filing Hendrickson-type refunds/returns

Beverly J. Hill Appellate Court:
http://www.cheatingfrenzy.com/hill208.pdf
Result: Permanent injunction affirmed

Eugene Warner:

Andrew Scott:

Roger Menner:

Joseph Alan Fennell:

Sharon K. Artman DIstrict Court case:
http://www.cheatingfrenzy.com/artman5.pdf
Result: repaid $8,597.39 in 2006, and accused the government of being at fault because they trusted her CtC amended returns

Michael J. Dowling District Court case:
http://www.cheatingfrenzy.com/dowling14.pdf
Result: repaid back his $26,520 refund plus interest plus a $500 frivolous filing penalty in 2006

Joy M. Ferguson District Court case:
http://www.cheatingfrenzy.com/ferguson50.pdf
Result: repaid $4,753 plus interest in 2008 via garnishment

Melvin L. Gerstenkorn District Court case:
http://www.cheatingfrenzy.com/gerston16.pdf
Result: never responded to the DOJ's motion for summary judgment and was ordered to repay $2,275 plus interest

Larry B. Golson and Debra G. Golson District Court case:
http://www.cheatingfrenzy.com/golson18.pdf
Result: repaid $69,761 plus interest in 2006

James A. Spitzer District Court case:
http://www.cheatingfrenzy.com/spitzer49.pdf
Result: ordered to repay $16,614 plus interest plus $16,285 in sanctions

James Spitzer Appeal:

It's a work in progress. I'll flesh out the remaining links in a few minutes.

In the meantime, who have I forgotten?
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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby Famspear » Thu Feb 05, 2009 6:07 pm

Just remember that on Warner and Menner, there are questions.

Menner claims to have used CtC, but Hendrickson claims that Menner did not, or that Menner didn't do it "right." Who knows.......

Warner claims to have used CtC, since Warner sent his refund check to Hendrickson. Hendrickson posted the refund check on the losthorizons web site as a CtC "victory," so Hendrickson is obviously deemed to be claiming that Warner used CtC. But as I recall, it hasn't been established for sure that Warner actually used CtC.
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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby Demosthenes » Thu Feb 05, 2009 6:11 pm

Gurus *always* disavow followers who are indicted / convicted. Schiff consistently marketed that "no one has ever gone to jail for using my methods" even after several Schiff clients were rotting in their cells.
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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby RyanMcC » Thu Feb 05, 2009 7:21 pm

It is telling that everyone you listed is still listed on Pete's site under "Victories".

http://www.losthorizons.com/tax/MoreVictories.htm

It's almost like someone from the government went through the list refund checks posted on Pete's site and just started going after people.. Really, who could have seen that coming? :lol:

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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby Nikki » Thu Feb 05, 2009 8:22 pm

Do you actually think the government would go to all the trouble to read all those victory postings; research via check numbers, document locator numbers, amounts paid, and dates to determine the names of the CtC educated victors; and create multiple archival copies of the web sites (in case the originals vanish) just to persecute a handful of freedom-loving individuals who learned the deepest secrets of the tax code?

Damn straight they did.

And thanks again, Pete. It would have been so much harder without all your self-aggrandizing posts.

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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby mutter » Thu Feb 05, 2009 8:26 pm

Nikki wrote:Do you actually think the government would go to all the trouble to read all those victory postings; research via check numbers, document locator numbers, amounts paid, and dates to determine the names of the CtC educated victors; and create multiple archival copies of the web sites (in case the originals vanish) just to persecute a handful of freedom-loving individuals who learned the deepest secrets of the tax code?

Damn straight they did.

And thanks again, Pete. It would have been so much harder without all your self-aggrandizing posts.

Dang thats cold Nikki. remind me not to tick you off

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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby Demosthenes » Thu Feb 05, 2009 8:28 pm

Here are the names (in order) from Page 1 of Pete's victory pages.

George A. Baer 12/24/2004 $28,202.13 lien
George A. Baer 7/22/2005 $22,212.99 lien
George A. Baer 9/8/2006 $39,008.88 lien
Joy M. Ferguson 3/18/2005 $2,214.69 district court
Joy M. Ferguson 3/25/2005 $2,538.86 district court
Patrick M. Mooney 2/25/2005 $513.24 tax court
Patrick M. Mooney 7/22/2004 $502.00 tax court
Patrick M. Mooney 2/23/2007 $1,319.14 tax court
Joseph A. Fennell 2/4/2005 $5,235.72 tax court
Larry B. and Debra G. Olson 9/24/2004 $69,760.85 district court

Burlan O. and Virginia A. Akins 11/12/2004 $2,880.00
Michelle M. Fay 8/17/2004 $2,690.00
Valdavid Smithson 10/15/2004 $6,945.17
Yvonne P. Wesley 10/29/2004 $1,754.53
Yvonne P. Wesley 5/6/2005 $445.96
Phillip S. Bates 11/5/2004 $2,267.74
Phillip S. Bates 11/5/2004 $1,611.20
Amanda R. Bates 11/5/2004 $467.29


George Baer's numbers are big enough for the IRS/DOJ to go the criminal prosecution route. According to public record, the IRS filed a $108,008 lien against George on 5/27/2008. CtC victory!
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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby Imalawman » Thu Feb 05, 2009 9:20 pm

I still don't feel comfortable giving out names yet, but you can add three more that lost on the state level....
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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby Nikki » Fri Feb 06, 2009 1:33 am

It was also very nice of Pete to post all his victories in chronological order so there's less of a chance of blowing a statute by working from the top down.

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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby webhick » Fri Feb 06, 2009 1:49 am

Nikki wrote:It was also very nice of Pete to post all his victories in chronological order so there's less of a chance of blowing a statute by working from the top down.


Which is okay to do for money, so long as you're in Nevada.
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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby Nikki » Fri Feb 06, 2009 1:58 am

Statute, STATUTE, not Statue

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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby mutter » Mon Feb 09, 2009 7:36 pm

webhick wrote:
Nikki wrote:It was also very nice of Pete to post all his victories in chronological order so there's less of a chance of blowing a statute by working from the top down.


Which is okay to do for money, so long as you're in Nevada.

:lol: yup we definatley have to party :lol:

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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby Number Six » Mon Feb 16, 2009 8:35 pm

Glad to see that you've come to your senses, Mutter. Since changing my untenable relationship to government, the red carpet has been rolled out. I have been wined and dined-- escargot and cavier, filet mignon and the most expensive wines have been liberally proferred almost nightly as well as gorgeous women, lavish getaways, and introductions to the most exclusive circles of the rich and powerful! I wish you the best of luck, yourself!
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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby Gregg » Mon Feb 16, 2009 10:36 pm

Number Six wrote:Glad to see that you've come to your senses, Mutter. Since changing my untenable relationship to government, the red carpet has been rolled out. I have been wined and dined-- escargot and cavier, filet mignon and the most expensive wines have been liberally proferred almost nightly as well as gorgeous women, lavish getaways, and introductions to the most exclusive circles of the rich and powerful! I wish you the best of luck, yourself!


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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby webhick » Mon Feb 16, 2009 11:13 pm

Gregg wrote:
Number Six wrote:Glad to see that you've come to your senses, Mutter. Since changing my untenable relationship to government, the red carpet has been rolled out. I have been wined and dined-- escargot and cavier, filet mignon and the most expensive wines have been liberally proferred almost nightly as well as gorgeous women, lavish getaways, and introductions to the most exclusive circles of the rich and powerful! I wish you the best of luck, yourself!


ain't it great to be an illuminati shill?


If you were really an Illuminati shill, you'd be too traumatized to be bragging about it.
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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby Number Six » Tue Feb 17, 2009 2:00 am

Gregg, I am not a shill for the illuminati. I am a little traumatized, which accounts for my quirky sense of humor.

I believe we are all have a common ground in the future of America, even those who deny a stake in its future, that if anarchy prevails, no one will be safe--virtually every plebiscitary revolution has resulted in unpredictable results. The balance between government and individual rights is a hard one. If you are a free market, lew rockwell, anti-government sort, you might want to check out gary north's site for practical advice.

All of the political arguments that are being made now, were debated in previous decades far more rigorously. There is a reason the current legal system developed slowly and methodically, and why the highest court has rejected frivolous arguments and legal theories. Not because there is a conspiracy of any sort, but because they are generally making necessary compromises. Personally, I would like to see most of the smut peddlers prosecuted vigorously and internet porn censored in the US as India has done, I hope we will all see that day.
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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby Imalawman » Tue Feb 17, 2009 2:12 am

webhick wrote:
Gregg wrote:
Number Six wrote:Glad to see that you've come to your senses, Mutter. Since changing my untenable relationship to government, the red carpet has been rolled out. I have been wined and dined-- escargot and cavier, filet mignon and the most expensive wines have been liberally proferred almost nightly as well as gorgeous women, lavish getaways, and introductions to the most exclusive circles of the rich and powerful! I wish you the best of luck, yourself!


ain't it great to be an illuminati shill?


If you were really an Illuminati shill, you'd be too traumatized to be bragging about it.


Unless you have been made an honorary lifetime member, in which case your memory of the induction ceremonies is erased and you receive 75 interns. May Chtululu be praised!!!
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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby Gregg » Tue Feb 17, 2009 10:29 pm

Unless you have been made an honorary lifetime member, in which case your memory of the induction ceremonies is erased and you receive 75 interns. May Chtululu be praised!!!


That's all me, I'm in it for the interns!
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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby mutter » Wed Feb 18, 2009 4:08 pm

Interns? No one said I could get interns. Sign me up!

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Re: Cases involving Pete Hendrickson's scam

Postby Gregg » Wed Feb 18, 2009 9:36 pm

I notice that my title has changed from "Admiral" (me like that one, visions of Horatio Nelson, John Paul Jones and Bill Halsey in my mind) to "Conde sumptin other" which sounds like some wimpy french bedpan washer....

How do y'all get snazzy NWO titles,,,,and can someone pick and assign me a suitable avatar, I have tried and I guess it's just beyond my skills...
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