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Thursday, March 13, 2003


Stan D. Kaye is a nut-case tax protester challenging liability for taxes at hearing on collection. Tax Court allowed the collection and imposed a $4,000 fine. Here a fine for using Tax Court proceedings primarily for delay is particularly appropriate. One of Mr. Kaye�s quoted arguments was that he is not bound by Tax Court decisions because there is no law stating that U.S. citizens are bound by Tax Court decisions. I wish Tax Court would have provided the authority to refute this, but anyway, if Mr. Kaye rejects the authority of Tax Court, what purpose could he have in bringing a case before it other than delay?

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