It looks like Mike Zullo did a little more redacting than we realized when he provided, as required by law, the Cold Case Posse’s application to the IRS for a tax-exempt determination. A full copy has been obtained from the IRS, and among the additional material is this page: Substantively, there is a […]
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About a month ago, I alluded to an investigation into the Cold Case Posse and said that some results could be expected in a month. I now have the expected information as promised. In March of 2007, Mike Zullo as “Commander” of the Cold Case Posse applied to the IRS for exempt status. The IRS […]
According to commenter Arthur, quoting Sharon Rondeau, characterizing the remarks of Mike Zullo, reporting the actions of Sheriff Joe Arpaio: …Arpaio has dedicated ‘resources’ from the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office to the investigation, whereas until this time, the Cold Case Posse had conducted its work independently, without cost to taxpayers as a result of its […]
It was June 24, 2013 when NBC published his article, “The Proof – Forgery done by Xerox Workcentre 7655.” A week shy of two months later, there has been no response to this bombshell from Mike Zullo and his tax-exempt Cold Case Posse. Garrett Papit, the faux image expert responsible for one of the Posse’s […]
Most of the detail has already been presented in my article, “Is the Cold Case Posse a Charity?” The Maricopa County Sheriffs Cold Case Posse, Inc. (MCSOCCP) is designated a 501(c)(3) exempt organization (a charity that doesn’t pay taxes and who can accept tax-deductible contributions). Generally such organizations are required to file reports of their […]
I’m writing this article in an attempt to answer the question. “The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Cold Case Posse” is registered with the State of Arizona since 2006 as a non-profit corporation with Mike Zullo as its registered agent. They are also registered with the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3), an organization eligible to receive […]