IRS Acknowledges Receipt of Dossier About the NaFFAA’s Alleged Violations of the Income-Tax Law Print
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Written by Bobby M. Reyes   
Monday, 06 June 2011 16:25


By Lolo Bobby M. Reyes


T he Tax Exempt and Government Entities Division of the Department of Treasury’s Internal Revenue Service has finally acknowledged receipt of an information mailed by this writer on May 13, 2011, to an IRS Regional Office in Fresno, California.


The IRS letter of acknowledgment was dated June 2, 2011, and it was mailed from Dallas, Texas, where the Division office is located.


For details of the information submitted to the IRS, please click on this hyperlink: Lolo Bobby Finally Mails Dossier to the IRS on the Income-tax and RICO-Act Violations of the NaFFAA’s “ELM Criminal Clique”




H ere are excerpts from the IRS letter numbered 4426 (9-2008), Catalog Number 25761K:


“Thank you for the information you submitted regarding NATIONAL FEDERATION OF FILIPINO AMERICAN ASSOCIATIONS. The Internal Revenue Service has an ongoing examination program to ensure that exempt organizations comply with the applicable provisions of the Internal Revenue Code. The information you submitted will be considered in this program.


“Internal Revenue Code section 6103 protects the privacy of tax returns and tax return information of all taxpayers. Therefore, we cannot disclose the status of any investigation. If, at a later date, you have additional information that you believe is relevant to this matter, please attach a copy of this letter to the information and send it to the address as shown above.”


The letter was signed by the Director of the EO Examinations, the name of whom this writer has purposely omitted to maintain the confidentiality of the public officer’s identity.


T his writer is now more determined to submit more dossiers that the IRS may be able to use in prosecuting the erring former and/or present national executive officers of the so-called “Esclamado-Lewis-Macabenta (ELM) Criminal Clique” of the NaFFAA. He will inform also the IRS investigators that he is willing to go to Dallas, Texas, to personally brief them of the alleged violations of the “ELM Criminal Clique” of federal income-tax laws and regulations and of the “Racketeer Influenced and Criminal Organizations (RICO) Act.” He has also volunteered to testify in any administrative and/or court hearing that may be scheduled to investigate further the allegations. # # #


(To be continued . . .)


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