Squirrel busters evidence of Tax evasion?

Discussion in 'Think Tank' started by Anonymous, Oct 13, 2013.

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  1. Anonymous Member

    This also falls under state tax code as well. The irs does not have to get involved, until evidence of state tax evasion is discovered, then by law, then have to investigate. Remember, that states have their own sales, income, and service taxes. California and Florida are the worst, and those are where CO$ has its big operations.

    Remember, the goal of the project is not to remove tax exempt status, but to tie CO$ up legally while they are being sued on multiple fronts. This is in fact, an act of trolling engineered to bother Co$ and maybe the IRS. This may result in an extreme diminish in osa activities. The American Tax code is horrible. It is too big, and if someone digs deep enough, they can find a way for you to get into trouble and owe money. Co$ has a lot of money and does a lot of things, so it should not be too hard to catch them with an expensive tax liability.
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  2. Anonymous Member

    No, you really are missing the point. No offence, but if you're getting this fairly basic aspect of the tax operation so grossly and completely wrong then I have little confidence in you getting the more complex machinations of the tax code and less wrong.

    The question was posed about cult subsidiaries resident outside the US. I answered that with as that was a specific area I have knowledge regarding and have conducted extensive research in. As long as they zero profits in the EU then they pay little or no tax on EU money. If you want to ignore this clear cut fact then feel free.
    They don't count as employees because, legally, they are not employed by any US entity. This is typical of the types of gross mistakes you are making on this specific issue.
    Utterly wrong when it comes to this situation. They are not in the US for any longer than a week usually. The 'training' they are doing is solely for the purpose of pissing EU money into the US system. One or two of the really expensive courses will do the trick nicely, using up all the money and making sure the tourists aren't around long enough for any problems to occur. Due to the IRS agreement, any 'donations' for coursework and training is completely tax-free – allowing the cult a means to evade paying taxes on money earned within most EU jurisidictions.
    Way to completely, totally and utterly miss the point. The lack of profit in EU regions is not a failure, but by careful design. If you are failing to understand this specific point, and why EU-registered cult companies (which is what their orgs and missions are) are zero-ing their profit margins through training trips to the US, then you really need to take a step back on this until you do. It's fairly basic stuff that even cult-fucked mission holders the length and breadth of the EU understand.
  3. Anonymous Member

    I have a question about this---and I am all for helping with research on this project, I really enjoy researching things. My question is, why just focus on CCHR? What about their other tentacles such as Narconon, Criminon, TWTH, etc?
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  4. DeathHamster Member

    I think "have to" is a bit strong.

    Collecting and organizing information is good. Highlighting where Scientology is dodging taxes is also good. But don't expect bureaucrats to spring into action just because some anonymous people say they should be paying taxes.

    In Florida, for years they weren't collecting state hotel bed tax, until recently. The Florida Department of Revenue still won't say if Scientology is paying sales tax on hotel visits. Probably, maybe, can't talk about it, taxpayer confidentiality, oh look at the time, gotta run!
    So yeah, inquiry did result in action, but only because a local person did her job and didn't know or care about the unofficial state policy of not prying into anything to do with Scientology.
    1. Show Scientology wrong-doing.
    2. ???
    3. Scientology falls!
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  5. Anonymous Member

    Nice find. I sure hope he has been very, very, careful in his personal tax returns.
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  6. Anonymous Member

    I think the first step is to aggregate information, assess what we have, then see where it might be effective. If the info is easily found, it may prove useful to future municipalities or states that DO want to have the CoS pay their fair share of taxes. And the way the CoS is going, these dox may prove a resource in future civil actions.

    This is what Anonymous does best. DOX, baby. It's all about the DOX.
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  7. anonysamvines Member

    Yep - dox first ...

    then approach the authorities ...

    If the authorities don't action ...then publicly call the authorities out on it.

    As in the Maryland and Steubenville rape cases. Whilst those were somewhat divisive in public opinion and outrage they have been effective in forcing action by reluctant scared/corrupt authorities and educating the general public.

    And in the meanwhile more pressure on Slappy and Co$ ... pressure they can ill afford
  8. anonysamvines Member

    Sullivan deserves a bloody great big caek! - taking on her bosses AND Co$
    Abel deserves caek for triggering Sullivan to act

    Small things ... can grow into much bigger things

    Thanks DH, I had never heard of this before.
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