Originally Posted by yizuman
Nope, because I have served in the Grand Jury for 6 months for the State giving out either "true bill" or "no bill" to indict a person for a crime so it can move on to a trial phase.
Most majority of the cases we dealt with in the Grand Jury were tax fraud (and boring as hell at that).
This so called lawyer, show me your credentials in a PM. Thanks.
Tax records are public records. We asked the lead D.A. that question and he detailed in great length how one can obtain a person's tax records.
Also, Politicians are by law have to disclose their tax records to the public each year. It's called "checks and balances".
You have no idea what you are talking about. If someone is under indictment for tax fraud, that makes their records available for the prosecution and the defense. It does not make them public record for any Tom, Dick, or Harry that wants to be nosy and create propoganda like this.