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Sun Sep 27, 2020, 09:53 PM

There is no statute of limitations on Tax Fraud.

Normally the IRS has 3 years from the filing date to audit our taxes. But if there’s fraud no time limit to audit. So this is why his 70? Million refund is still being challenged along with other years that are still under audit. Criminal!

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Reply There is no statute of limitations on Tax Fraud. (Original post)
ALBliberal Sep 2020 OP
moonscape Sep 2020 #1
ALBliberal Sep 2020 #4
crickets Sep 2020 #5
njhoneybadger Sep 2020 #2
dutch777 Sep 2020 #3

Response to ALBliberal (Original post)

Sun Sep 27, 2020, 09:54 PM

1. Could he pardon himself? Or do the

resign/Pence/pardon thing before Jan?

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Response to moonscape (Reply #1)

Sun Sep 27, 2020, 10:03 PM

4. Good question. I suppose he could since these are federal

charges? Nixon’s pardon was for crimes committed while in office. I guess a Pence/Trump pardon for tax fraud would have to be for the tax years before Trump was president. And of course include current tax years as well because they are probably fraudulent as well. I guess I just don’t know.

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Response to moonscape (Reply #1)

Sun Sep 27, 2020, 10:27 PM

5. I don't really see trump's pardon as a given.

With the amount of money at stake and the way he has cheated the country, would you want to be remembered as the person who pardoned trump? Perhaps not right away, but eventually, Gerald Ford was sorry for having pardoned Nixon.

No way trump can pardon himself for this. He can try, but it's not likely he'd get away with it. JMHO, but he has screwed up way too badly, been skimming way too much from the Treasury to skate.

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Response to ALBliberal (Original post)

Sun Sep 27, 2020, 09:55 PM

2. Pay up Mutherfucker or go to the big house

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Response to ALBliberal (Original post)

Sun Sep 27, 2020, 09:58 PM

3. Too many ways he can get pardoned at Fed level....I am betting on state of NY

They can get him not only on taxes but insurance fraud and other things.

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