U.S. DISTRICT COURT
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
McNEIL v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE, ET AL
Assigned to Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly
Date Filed: 08/07/2015
I reside in Texas and, prior to my retirement in 2015, enjoyed a 40 year career as an internal auditor and contract business consultant for foreign and domestic Fortune 500 corporations in the oil and gas industry. During that time, I was involved in numerous investigations of many types of fraud.
In 2014, after Michael Ellis discovered that the IRS committed computer fraud by overriding the strict security features of his Individual Master File (IMF), he contacted me to present his evidence and seek my opinion.
After reviewing his evidence, I immediately recognized the IRS fraud.
Michael then suggested that I submit a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request the IRS to obtain copies of my IMF records to see if the same pattern of fraudulent transaction codes was present. I submitted my FOIA request, received a response from the IRS, reviewed the documents, and immediately noticed the same pattern of transaction codes.
These fraudulent codes were used to open a module allowing IRS to unlawfully begin the process of sending me threatening letters, placing a lien on my assets, creating and filing fraudulent Notices of Federal Tax Liens into the public record, ruining my credit score, and confiscating more than $18,000 of my earnings.
Following in Michael’s footsteps, I filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to enjoin (stop) the IRS from falsifying federal records. This was to be the second of many lawsuits subsequently filed by Plaintiffs from all over America who discovered that their IMF records had been similarly falsified.
Following are the Docket Sheets containing links to all the documents filed in this case.
U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia
U.S. Supreme Court