$1 Million Bounty to Be Offered for ‘Smoking Gun’ in IRS Targeting Scandal

Now, this is one way to get the greedy bastards underlings to turn on their masters!  Bribe them with 1 million buckeroos!

 

The Voters Trust is offering a reward up to $1 million to an IRS insider or other government whistleblower who comes forward with a new, relevant evidence implicating IRS leadership or the Obama Administration in the IRS witch hunt targeting conservatives. The Voters Trust is a political non-profit (501 (c)(4)) established to identify and mobilize Americans.  The Voters Trust provides a community to those who have been silenced and encourages citizens to speak out and take back their government.  The organization’s managing director is Gregg Phillips, founder of super PAC Winning our Future, one of the biggest PACs in the 2012 election cycle. Bounty Graphic courtesy of Voter's Trust.

The Voters Trust is offering a reward up to $1 million to an IRS insider or other government whistleblower who comes forward with a new, relevant evidence implicating IRS leadership or the Obama Administration in the IRS witch hunt targeting conservatives. The Voters Trust is a political non-profit (501 (c)(4)) established to identify and mobilize Americans. The Voters Trust provides a community to those who have been silenced and encourages citizens to speak out and take back their government. The organization’s managing director is Gregg Phillips, founder of super PAC Winning our Future, one of the biggest PACs in the 2012 election cycle. Bounty Graphic courtesy of Voter’s Trust.

A nonprofit group hopes to award a $1 million bounty to anyone who can provide “smoking gun” evidence to implicate IRS leadership or members of the Obama administration who purposefully targeted conservative and tea party-affiliated groups, TheBlaze has learned.

Gregg Phillips, the managing director for The Voters Trust, a political nonprofit 501 (c)(4) which was established to identify and mobilize Americans, told TheBlaze on Wednesday “that this is the people’s bounty to seek the truth.”

Catherine Engelbrecht, president of the nonprofit group True the Vote, will be officially announcing the bounty Wednesday night on Megyn Kelly’s Fox News show, “The Kelly File” at 9 p.m. ET.

To qualify for the bounty, the person needs to provide “relevant evidence including emails, eye-witness accounts, or testimony of political targeting of Americans by the IRS or the Obama administration that has not previously been reported,” according to an official press release from the group obtained by TheBlaze.

Phillips said the evidence must lead directly to the arrest and conviction those responsible and the information provided will remain anonymous and confidential.

“We are going to crowdsource the financing for the bounty,” said Phillips, whose group has been planning the public bounty for months. “This is about the American people. The days of the big party – Republican, Democrat, Tea Party – are over and everybody has to unite right now… We’re going to unite people around the truth. We’re going to return people to liberty instead of expecting Congress or the Justice Department to investigate these wrong doings.”

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Zimmerman Found NOT GUILTY!

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The State did not prove it’s case and that was their job.  It was not for George Zimmerman’s lawyers to prove he was not guilty and yet his lawyer laid out an interesting defense and actually took the steps to prove George was not guilty.  He clearly laid out the fact that the jury had to know the evidence proved his clients guilt and not do as the prosecutors kept asking was to look in their hearts or connect the dots.  It is not right to “connect dots” as a member of the jury.  They either proved he killed Mr. Martin with malice of forethought or intended to kill Mr. Martin and that just was not the case.    If you still think Mr. Zimmerman is guilty and are willing to listen to facts I share this video which clearly shows that not only was Mr. Zimmerman not guilty, but in fact he was the victim of aggravated battery.

I am not happy that anyone was shot.  The fact is this case should have never gone to trial. The District Attorney filed false indictment papers to appease her masters.  She left out the photos (evidence) that Mr. Zimmerman was injured.  She broke the law.  To understand just how egregious her acts were watch this:

Sadly, Mr. Zimmerman will never be safe in America.  He might move to a different area of the country where he might feel safer, but the fact is he won’t be safe and most likely neither will his family and possibly his lawyers who have received death threats against themselves and their families.  I personally hope his lawyers bring civil cases against the media race baiters who spent a year portraying him as a racist and tried him over and over damning him without any of the evidence presented.  I hope his lawyers sue the District Attorney who filed false indictment papers and she loses everything and is disbarred for her crimes. Yes, what she did was criminal.  And finally, I hope he sues President Obama and Eric Holder for their actions to inflame the nation against him.  He not only lost a year of his life, and gained a lot of weight which damages his health, but he  has the fear of never being safe now.

Did you hear anything about the 75+ people shot in Chicago over the 4th of July weekend?  Did you hear about the 17 and 15 year old black youths who murdered a white man and woman in home invasion robberies?  Why not?  Don’t they care when blacks die?  Or is it only when they can race bait and try to inflame the public against whites?  Mr. Zimmerman has more black and Hispanic lineage than white and yet that is how he was portrayed – WHITE.

Racism is alive and well in America, but if you look at the statistics, it’s not whites shooting, raping, beating, and murdering blacks, but blacks attacking whites.  Oh, blacks attack blacks far more than whites do, but if you believed the media there is an all out killing spree bedlam of whites hunting blacks.   The truth is just the opposite.  It’s not all blacks, but based on population they are doing it in far greater percentages than other races.  Cold hard facts are just that – cold.  Until the black community deals with this violence in their communities and faces facts we will never get healing.  I do believe healing comes from painful times, but you cannot begin without truly knowing what is wrong.

Will America recover?  Personally, I don’t think so, but with God all things are possible.

(To see the real facts watch the first video.  Truth is truth no matter if you like it or not)

Update on Sexual Assault Victim naming names and risking jail

This post is to update an earlier one that was a bit lax on information.  Here is the rest of the story.  According to the victim, Savannah Dietrich, she was at a gathering in 2011 and had too much to drink and passed out.  She did not know about the sexual assault until she found out about pictures of the event were put on the internet!  The teenage attackers pled guilty, but the judge has sealed the records and ordered the defendant to not talk to the press or reveal any information about her attackers.  Ms. Dietrich has a lot to say about this and is not going to be a victim or give up her rights,

Savannah Dietrich, 17, was sexually assaulted last year.Frustrated by what she felt was a lenient plea bargain for two teens who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting her and circulating pictures of the incident, a Louisville 17-year-old lashed out on Twitter.“There you go, lock me up,” Savannah Dietrich tweeted, as she named the boys who she said sexually assaulted her. “I’m not protecting anyone that made my life a living Hell.”

“So many of my rights have been taken away by these boys,” said Dietrich, who waived confidentiality in her case to speak to The Courier-Journal. Her parents also gave their written permission for her to speak with the newspaper.“I’m at the point, that if I have to go to jail for my rights, I will do it,” she said. “If they really feel it’s necessary to throw me in jail for talking about what happened to me … as opposed to throwing these boys in jail for what they did to me, then I don’t understand justice.”

Pictures of assault

Dietrich said she was sexually assaulted by two teen boys she knew in August 2011. She had been drinking at a gathering, she said, and became unconscious. Months later she learned that pictures of the incident had been taken and shared with others.

“For months, I cried myself to sleep. I couldn’t go out in public places,” she told the newspaper, as her father, Michael, and attorneys sat nearby. “You just sit there and wonder, who saw (the pictures), who knows?”

Dietrich and her parents went to Louisville Metro Police, who eventually charged the two juvenile defendants with first-degree sexual abuse, a felony, and misdemeanor voyeurism, according information contained in the court motion filed by the newspaper.

The teens pleaded guilty to those charges in late June, though Dietrich and her family say they were unaware of the plea bargain and recommended sentence until just before it was announced in court — and were upset with what they felt was a slap on the wrist for the attackers.

“I felt like they were given a very, very light deal,” Dietrich said. “I wasn’t happy with it, at all.”

Following the plea, McDonald (Judge) admonished everyone involved not to speak to anyone about what had happened in the court or about the crime in general, according to Dietrich.

“I was crying as she (the judge) was reading that,” Dietrich said. “They got off very easy … and they tell me to be quiet, just silencing me at the end.”

Tweets posted

Angry after the June 26 hearing, Dietrich posted several tweets on her Twitter account naming the two teens who pleaded guilty.

“They said I can’t talk about it or I’ll be locked up,” Dietrich tweeted. “So I’m waiting for them to read this and lock me up. ____ justice.

“Protect rapist is more important than getting justice for the victim in Louisville.”

Leslie, of the press freedom committee, said Dietrich should “not be legally barred from talking about what happened to her. That’s a wide-ranging restraint on speech.”“By going to court, you shouldn’t lose the legal right to talk about something.”

Read the entire story here

 

It seems to me these young men gave up their right to anonymity when they posted pictures of their deeds online for all to see.  They should be tried and sentenced as adults.  Just because something is done legally does not make it right.  I applaud this young woman for standing up for her rights.  I hope everyone knows who these young men are and they are never allowed to live this down.  What they did is something that will affect this woman for the rest of her life, so why not let it affect them as well?