Thursday, May 30, 2013

Lawsuit from 25 Conservative Groups Against IRS

American Center for Law & Justice
The scandal plaguing the IRS has just taken another twist as the agency is being hit with lawsuits filed in district court by the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) on behalf of many groups who claim they been unfairly targeted by the tax agency.

ACLJ’s Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow announced this morning that he was filing “an inch-thick” complaint from 25 groups. Sekulow also believes that original complaint will be amended next week to “add another dozen or so groups.”

Among ACLJ’s evidence that this was not a low-level problem created by two rogue employees in Cincinnati:

15 letters to various groups demanding answers to IRS questions were all hand-signed by Lois Lerner. (as seen on TheBlaze on 5/17)

At least 4 different offices were involved over the past year and a half.

Jay Carney claimed the targeting stopped in May of 2012, one of Jay’s clients has a letter from May of this year. Read more >>
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