Your response mentions people mad at the IRS rather than me as an inquiring citizen wanting to understand the law, you mention arguments rather than statute/facts, and you mention judges' emotional reactions. I am unclear what these elements have to do with me or my situation. I appreciate that you may be warning me based on some study and knowledge that have, which I value if it accurately applies to my situation.
Also, I cannot tell from your reply how these levy notices are not threats, extortion, and attempts to take property that rightfully belongs to me - given that is what their statements indicate they are doing and intend to do.
I do not have a "local IRS office", which is why I relied on certified mailings to communicate and request communication back to me. Also, we are talking about 4 separate mailings over 10 months, which has provided ample opportunity for the certified recipient to update the computer file.
I don't want to assume too much, but are you saying that IRS is immune from the laws that I mention? If yes, can you tell me the statute, court order or presidential order which grants
them immunity relative to the actions they have taken? (are they immune from Section 1983?) Please tell me why you feel confident in saying that these actions do not qualify under the readily accepted definitions for threats, extortion, attempts to take property. This is all done without grounds and without a willingness to communicate to me about their presumed grounds for making such threatening statements. I cannot even mention a position that they reference to justify their action because they have not provided me with such a position.
Also, based on your appreciation for the way laws apply, do you feel that it is more applicable to reference 26 USC 7214(a) rather than the ones I mention?