Jehovah's Witnesses Watchtower TAX FRAUD Money Laundering
Added: (Tue Jun 21 2005)
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Blowing the whistle on the Watchtower RACKET,an organization that is selling millions of dollars of merchandise without collecting sales tax.
The following letter was mailed out in quantity to the 50 states (Sales Tax Fraud Divisions) in early 1997. The collecting of sales tax by peddlers from customers is required in 49 of the 50 states.
Here is a facsimile of the letter I write in 1997:
ATTN: Certified Mail to
Criminal Investigation Tax Fraud Division
To all 50 USA states and all I.R.S. Offices
January 15, 1997
Dear Tax Office,
I am writing to blow the whistle on an organization I used to belong to, an organization that is selling millions of dollars of merchandise in this state without collecting sales tax.
The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York ships truckloads of books, videos, tapes and assorted other merchandise to their Kingdom Halls across the state. The members take these items from there and sell them house-to-house, returning the money collected to the Kingdom Hall, so that it can be mailed back to Brooklyn headquarters each month.
They talk about "donations" but this is a thinly veiled tax-dodging sales operation. Dunn & Bradstreet reports for recent years show their sales in the $1 billion range, so the Jehovah's Witness are certainly selling $--millions in this state.
The religious publishing operations and bookstores connected with other churches are collecting and paying sales tax. As a taxpayer, I am writing to blow the whistle and to ask what is going to be done about the Watchtower's TAX EVASION.
Danny Haszard--Watchtower corporation Whistleblower www.dannyhaszard.com
Further documentation provided mouse over and CLICK above 'money machine' image: www.freeminds.org/history/launder.htm