Veritas News – (Eng) Kansas Tax Fraud

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19Nov09

By: Belly of Fire

Kansas Tax Fraud


Kansas is involved in Fraud, in conjunction with the Federal Government (United States; Federal Statutes as well as Kansas defines United States (in one of its uses) as the Federal Government; see KSA 27), against Kansas Citizens and others that work in the State of Kansas.

Each State of the USA is also involved in this same Fraud against the Citizens that live and work there.

Here is a link to a Kansas Statute that defines Jurisdiction for Federal Property which also calls the Federal government, the United States.

http://www.kslegislature.org/legsrv-statutes/getStatute.do?number=14180

[excerpt]

27-102

Chapter 27. — FEDERAL JURISDICTION

Article 1. — FEDERAL PROPERTY

27-102. Jurisdiction. That exclusive jurisdiction over and within any lands so acquired by the United States shall be, and the same is hereby, ceded to the United States, for all purposes; saving, however, to the state of Kansas the right to serve therein any civil or criminal process issued under the authority of the state, in any action on account of rights acquired, obligations incurred or crimes committed in said state, but outside the boundaries of such land; and saving further to said state the right to tax the property and franchises of any railroad, bridge or other corporations within the boundaries of such lands; but the jurisdiction hereby ceded shall not continue after the United States shall cease to own said lands.

[end excerpt]

Land ceded to the United States (Federal Government) sets up a “state within a state” (Federal State within Kansas State).  Many times this is referred to as “in this state”, “within this state”, “this state”, a “state of the United States” or even just as “state”.  This is why in a statute you will see “state of Kansas” and then just “in this state”.  These are two different states unless state is defined only as state of Kansas which sometimes it is.

To see an example of the two different states in use, see this link for a marriage statute

http://www.kslegislature.org/legsrv-statutes/getStatuteInfo.do?number=23-101

Additional Research and Detailed Definitions

Definitions of legal terms are very important so I want to provide you with a couple links that take what I am about to share, into a detailed and deeper level of research.

Analysis of the Public Salary Tax Act

Important for Definitions of “Employee”, “Wages”, “person”, and Additional liability statutes
http://www.supremelaw.org/psta.analysis.htm

Important on definition of State

http://www.supremelaw.org/ref/psta/memo.htm
(focus is on the original definition of “State”)

See also “What State Are You In?” (Chapter 5 of FedZone 11)

http://www.supremelaw.org/fedzone11/htm/chapter5.htm

Kansas Fraudulent Joint Venture With the United States cont’d

I looked up the Kansas Statute to determine if a Kansas Citizen (setting aside the statute, civil law jurisdictional issue), which I am one of, is required to pay Kansas Income tax.  You will be shocked as to what I have discovered.

Here is the Kansas statute 79-3296 which is hidden at the bottom of the tax statutes.  I am forced to ask, why is that?  I will let you answer the question at the end of this article.

I am going to point to (a) & (c).


Kansas Statute 79-3296

http://www.kslegislature.org/legsrv-statutes/getStatute.do?number=39118

[excerpt]

79-3296

Chapter 79.–TAXATION

Article 32.–INCOME TAX

79-3296. Withholding tax; employer’s requirement to withhold; agreements of the secretary. (a) Every employer who is required under federal law to withhold upon wages pursuant to the federal internal revenue code shall, whenever the wage recipient is a resident of Kansas or the wages shall be paid on account of personal service performed in Kansas, withhold and deduct from such wages an amount to be determined in accordance with K.S.A. 2007 Supp. 79-32,100d, and amendments thereto.

(b) Notwithstanding the requirements of subsection (a), an employer shall not withhold from the wages of an individual who performs services as an extra in connection with any phase of motion picture or television production or television commercials for less than 14 days during any calendar year. As used in this subsection, the term “extra” means an individual who pantomimes in the background, adds atmosphere to the set and performs such actions without speaking.

(c) A determination by the internal revenue service which relieves an employer or payor from withholding responsibility with respect to payments to an employee or payee shall also apply for Kansas income tax withholding purposes. Where an employer or payor is required to reinstate withholding for federal income tax with regard to any employee or payee, such obligation shall be equally applicable for Kansas withholding purposes.

[end excerpt; emphasis added]

Starting with (a)

Where in the Federal Internal Revenue code (which is Federal Municipal law that only applies to DC, the territories, & land ceded to the Federal government) does it say that a State Citizen (one of the People) or any other person is liable for income taxes?

This must be determined before an “employer” can be required to withhold taxes.  Now, I’m not going to address the issue of what is an “employer”, but I will give you a hint, it is the Federal Government in definition.  The question also needs to be asked, what are “wages”, and these other legal terms?  If I tried to define each term, this would get very, very long.  I just want to introduce my discovery in hopes that you will also research this and share it with others.

So make sure to read the 2 links I provided on the PSTA and on the definition of State.  Those will give you all the details on definitions.

Let me help you out with the search for income tax liability because you may not know where to look.

Title 26 is the IRC, Internal Revenue Code, and income taxes is Subtitle A. I have linked to both below so that you can show me where the liability is.  Income tax liability is in Subchapter A and that is link #3 below.

By the way, for a statute to make someone liable, it must have liable or liability in the statute.  It would say something to the effect of: “any person who earns income is liable for income taxes”.

To Be Continued…


Kansas Tax Fraud Part 2

Title 26 Statutes

http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/26/

http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/26/usc_sup_01_26_10_A.html

http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/26/usc_sup_01_26_10_A_20_1.html

(Let me give you a hint as you are searching for the liability statute, it is missing and they have been estopped from adding it.)

See here:

http://www.supremelaw.org/letters/irs.estopped.htm

Estopped means: To impede or prohibit by estoppel. Meaning, they cannot lawfully or legally add a liability statute.  So you will never have any known liability.

That moves us right along to (c)

Is there a determination by the IRS (in the IRC) which relieves an “employer” or “payor” from withholding responsibility to an “employee” or “payee”?  I hope you find that to be a very interesting question to be asked since it is mentioned in the Kansas Statute.

Let’s take a look at the IRC 3402(n) which is linked below, just make sure to go down to (n)

http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/26/3402.html

3402(n)

[excerpt]

(n)  Employees incurring no income tax liability

Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, an employer shall not be required to deduct and withhold any tax under this chapter upon a payment of wages to an employee if there is in effect with respect to such payment a withholding exemption certificate (in such form and containing such other information as the Secretary may prescribe) furnished to the employer by the employee certifying that the employee—

(1) incurred no liability for income tax imposed under subtitle A for his preceding taxable year, and
(2) anticipates that he will incur no liability for income tax imposed under subtitle A for his current taxable year.

[end excerpt; emphasis added]

As we see here, the IRC says that if an “employee” furnishes to the “employer” a withholding exemption certificate certifying that he/she incurred no liability for income tax under subtitle A for the preceding year and anticipates that he/she will incur no liability in the future, then the “employer” can accept it and not withhold taxes.

Under the definitions, you may find that you are not an “employee” and you do not work for an “employer”.  The company you work for most likely views themselves as an “employer” and you as an “employee”, that’s why you completed a W-4.
Since no withholding certificate exists, Paul Mitchell kindly provided an example affidavit which I have used with some changes and I provided to the Corporation I work for.

View this Withholding affidavit http://www.supremelaw.org/rsrc/cert3402.htm

Since there is no liability per Subchapter A for anyone, then a “payee” can’t be liable like an “employee” is not liable.  A modified w-8 can be used in place of a w-9 for contractors.

W-9 is for a “taxpayer” and a “U.S. person” (remember the definition of United States from above)

An example modified w-8 also provided by Paul Mitchell as part of his book http://www.supremelaw.org/fedzone11/htm/append-l.htm

(Instructions for w-8 says that one can modify/create their own w-8)

So, back to KSA 79-3296.

(a) Every employer who is required under federal law to withhold upon wages pursuant to the federal internal revenue code shall, ….., withhold and deduct from such wages ….

We see that no “employer” is required under Federal law (IRC) to withhold because there is no statute of liability for an “employee” or “payee”.  It’s missing.

(c) A determination by the internal revenue service which relieves an employer or payor from withholding responsibility …to an employee or payee shall also apply for Kansas income tax withholding purposes.

We also see that the IRS through the IRC (3402(n)) relieves an “employer” or a “payor” from withholding responsibility because there is no such liability.

So, a Kansas Citizen is not required to pay income tax to the Federal Government or to the IRS or to Kansas State because no liability was, is, or will be incurred, EVER!

This is one of the reasons why the Fair tax is a huge scam.  They want you to beg to be taxed and put under their jurisdiction.

Just by reading this Kansas Statute, can one conclusively say that Kansas doesn’t know about this liability issue and/or the 3402(n) relief of an employer to withhold? No way!  (c) Most certainly hints at it.

This is part of a massive conspiracy of fraud to steal the People’s property.  I must say that this is only a tiny piece of the massive conspiracy to defraud the People.

Some additional education:

Buy the Asset  Protection Series from HOTT

Check the shopping cart, if you don’t see it, ask about it.

http://www.hourofthetime.com

A Must Read, Paul Mitchell’s Book

The Federal Zone:
Cracking the Code of Internal Revenue

http://www.supremelaw.org/fedzone11/

*Shocking* 31 Q&A about the IRS
http://www.supremelaw.org/sls/31answers.htm

Supreme Law Firms condensed list of IRS outreach resources:

http://www.supremelaw.org/sls/nutshell.htm <– START HERE
http://www.supremelaw.org/letters/irs.estopped.htm
http://www.supremelaw.org/end.times.irs.forward.htm
http://www.supremelaw.org/letters/irs.perjury.jurats.htm
http://www.supremelaw.org/psta.analysis.htm
http://www.supremelaw.org/lien.or.levy.htm
http://www.supremelaw.org/notice.of.deficiency.htm
http://www.supremelaw.org/end.times.irs.cclists.htm

Original artikels:
http://www.hourofthetime.com/wordpresstest/?p=1155
http://www.hourofthetime.com/wordpresstest/?p=1160

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