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Doc makes financial disclosure

One of the commenters at Gerbil Report™ said:

SirenDrake: Wouldn’t you just love to get a glimpse of Dr. Con’s financial records during the period when he was mocking up fake electronic birth certificates for the resident?

My Obama birth certificate reconstruction was published August 22, 2009. So just to throw the birther off track, I decided to publish my federal income tax return (redacted) for 2009. Here it is:

That’s actually copied from my TurboTax copy. I blanked out some things, but left anything that would have included income from contract work. I added this comment:

I’m more interested in the financial records of a certain tax-exempt non-profit organization called The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Cold Case Posse, Inc. Most tax-exempt organizations make this information public. And then there was the $10,000 Zullo got from Mr. Wolf.

But really, do forger’s get 1099 forms?

10 Responses to Doc makes financial disclosure

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    gorefan January 3, 2015 at 8:04 pm #

    “But really, do forger’s get 1099 forms?”

    Yes, if they work for DARPA.

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    Comrade Fogovich January 3, 2015 at 8:13 pm #

    SirenDrake, in case you missed it, turns out to be the former Cassandra Hocutt. If you met her at Denny’s and let her inspect your tax return, she’d just say you lied to the IRS. But you could have breakfast.

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    Nancy R Owens January 3, 2015 at 8:44 pm #

    So, and I believe it’s possible by the way, you’re saying Zullo manipulated info from my pre-existing forged “Obama” birth certificate and uploaded it to the White House? This is some sort of sting operation, isn’t it?

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    Dr. Conspiracy January 3, 2015 at 8:51 pm #

    This is public information on SD’s web site (just so we’re clear about violating the privacy rule).

    Comrade Fogovich: SirenDrake, in case you missed it, turns out to be the former Cassandra Hocutt

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    Dr. Conspiracy January 3, 2015 at 8:51 pm #

    No.

    Nancy R Owens: So, … you’re saying…?

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    Dr. Conspiracy January 3, 2015 at 9:58 pm #

    Thank you for reminding me how goofy the folks at Gerbil Report really are.

    gorefan: Yes, if they work for DARPA.

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    Lupin January 4, 2015 at 3:06 am #

    Shouldn’t you have reported this on a Schedule C and used legitimate expenses directly attributable to that contract to decrease the taxable amount?

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    Georgetown JD January 4, 2015 at 12:55 pm #

    “But really, do forger’s get 1099 forms?”

    Only if paid more than $600 in the aggregate during the calendar year. Conceivably, some of the lesser DARPA contractors wouldn’t be issued 1099s.

    I can say with confidence that at least one Obot who works for the Administration receives a W-2.

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    Dr. Conspiracy January 4, 2015 at 12:59 pm #

    And I can say with confidence that someone who did work for the Cold Case Posse and received more than $600 in the aggregate did not get a 1099.

    Georgetown JD: I can say with confidence that at least one Obot who works for the Administration receives a W-2.

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    Crustacean January 5, 2015 at 8:04 pm #

    Dr. Conspiracy:
    And I can say with confidence that someone who did work for the Cold Case Posse and received more than $600 in the aggregate did not get a 1099.

    Are you thinking of Reed Hayes?

    Regardless, if the someone in question is incorporated it’s not a problem (I don’t think Hayes is inc’d). Otherwise, it’s a $100 penalty.

    But who would be on the hook for that penalty, the CCP or the MCSO? It’s a conundrum, I tells ya! I guess it would be kind of silly to expect an outfit that doesn’t even file Forms 990 to bother with 1099’s.