The sleeper case that could bust open the IRS scandals

Thomas Lifson
American Thinker

In the absence of a special prosecutor, the best opportunity for piercing the veil of secrecy and evasion that surrounds the IRS handling of groups perceived as enemies of the Obama administration lies in civil litigation.  The National Organization for Marriage has just obtained a $50,000 settlement from the IRS for its criminal release of confidential donor information to an opposition group. But so far Eric Holder’s Justice Department is not pursuing inquiries into who feloniously released that information.

The absence of any official judicial inquiry into the inner workings of the IRS processes is why it is so important to note that yesterday saw the beginning of the discovery phase in the lawsuit by Z-Street a pro-Israel organization that was told its application for tax exempt status was being delayed because:

…these cases are being sent to a special unit in the DC office to determine whether the organization’s activities contradict the Administration’s public policies.

Z-Street’s lawsuit alleges unlawful viewpoint discrimination, a First Amendment claim. The IRS tried several arguments to dismiss Z-Street’s lawsuit, all of which were dismissed by Washington, DC federal district court Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, an Obama appointee…



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Related:  HUGE: House Moves to Defund Eric Holder for His Crimes

…His refusal to enforce this nation’s immigration laws have led to more than one call for hisimpeachment. In fact, a bill seeking to impeach Holder now has over two dozen co-sponsors and seems likely to gain even more support as further details come out regarding collusionbetween the Justice Department and Lois Lerner’s scandal-plagued IRS.



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