(Michael Cohn) A taxpayer has been charged with mailing a threatening communication after he responded to a notice from the Internal Revenue Service about overdue taxes by scribbling a profanity on the letter and mailing it back to the IRS.
Enrique Santiago of the Bronx, N.Y., allegedly wrote, “I do not live at this address anymore, so go f–k yourself,” on the IRS notice and told the post office to return it to the sender. The IRS had intended the notice for his nephew, named Enrique A. Santiago, but he had moved out of the elder Santiago’s home a month earlier after a “physical altercation” with his uncle, according to the New York Post. Santiago shares a similar name with his nephew, who owes the IRS $3,032.57 in unpaid taxes.
In addition to the curse-filled missive, the elder Santiago also allegedly put white powder in the envelope, causing an IRS office in Long Island to be locked down until authorities determined it was only soap. He was charged with providing false information and mailing a threatening communication.
10 thoughts on “Man Faces Charges for Cursing out IRS”
I’ve learned the hard way, not worth fking with the IRS. Better off going to one of those places that will mediate for you. They will knock the amounts down big time. Jail is a lock if you want to play with these creatures.
but its not even him that owes the money .. I’d tell them to go get F-ed too
If the IRS wants money from someone they should have to do the work to find that person , and leave other people out of it .. I say the IRS deserved what they got .. I hope that shut down screwed them up big time lol
do your job, send your mail to the correct people and quit harassing everyone.
Soap, good one.
Should have told them he had a check ready, and popped them when they showed up to collect.
Now he’ll likely be free prison labor instead.
It’ll be interesting to see what the IRS does when virtually no one will be employed enough to pay taxes (which unless you work for the Feds you really don’t lawfully have to pay anyway), and especially when employers finally figure out you don’t have to take out payroll taxes…when Social Security and Medicare go completely bankrupt in a few years is when I see this happening. People who work “off the books” generally don’t make as much as those who don’t, but still… the day is coming when this will be the only alternative. The biggest problem is most Americans are now to damned cowed to see this!
However, by then, they’ll probably have all the sheeple converted to their digital currency and direct deposit bank account scams where you’ll be forced to pay them taxes whether you like it or not or you won’t see a dime at all for your hardwork. Hence, the big push to outlaw fiat currency and install digital currency. I hope we never see that day, but if people don’t man up and come together to fight it as a whole, I don’t see how anyone will be able to escape it.
Cursing…try flying a plane into their office.
How soon we forget.
Yep. I live in Texas and will never forget that one.
I’m surprised no one else has continued the practice. Maybe that’s why they’ve armed the IRS with rifles all of a sudden. Not like that would prevent a plane from crashing into the building again.
Hope the IRS rots in Hell!
” A taxpayer has been charged with mailing a threatening communication after he responded to a notice from the Internal Revenue Service about overdue taxes by scribbling a profanity on the letter and mailing it back to the IRS. ”
I for one am a “non-taxpayer”. It is a status I enjoy and a lawful one at that. If this person is a “taxpayer” then he is liable for any and all taxes. Writing the IRS with profanity is retarded. Your much better off not speaking to them at all. And if they speak to you, ask for a transcript in writing and NOTIFY that you will respond within a reasonable time.
so many dip-shits. so little time.
“He was charged with providing false information and mailing a threatening communication.”
Providing false information? Don’t they have that the wrong way around. The IRS was the dumbass who sent it to the wrong person. DUH!
Mailing a threatening communication? So now mailing someone a letter of profanity (AKA 1st Article Freedom of Speech) is considered illegal?
So mailing soap shavings is illegal? What kinda sick world are we living in? Maybe he was just trying to tell the IRS to go take a cold shower.