A Note on the IRS Mess, Updated

A quick update to yesterday’s post on the IRS being subpoenaed to produce data on the lost Lois Lerner emails, a second federal judge has issued a similar order today.  Judge Reggie Walton of the US District Court for the District of Columbia, pursuant to a hearing between True the Vote, a conservative advocacy group and IRS. This judge wants roughly the same info as yesterday, but this time it specifically includes tracing Ms. Lerner’s hard drive by serial number; and the judge appears to be considering appointing an outside IT expert to look into the matter. It’s worth noting the IRS tried to quash this particular lawsuit by offering True the Vote tax exempt status and motioning for dismissal. It didn’t work.

I have long blogged Ms. Lerner would be wise to cut a deal, fingering some very tall Democrats in return for immunity, or be prepared to do some time. It would appear time is running out.The sharks, they be circling…


themaskedblogger is a native born Texan, a registered voter and possessed of some minimal ability to read, write and think.

Posted in Courts, Domestic Policy, Tax policy
One comment on “A Note on the IRS Mess, Updated
  1. […] with IRS about True the Vote and apparently received some unauthorized tax data. Moreover, as I blogged three days ago, True the Vote is the plaintiff in the second lawsuit (TtV has a FOIA case) to cause […]

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