Joseph Andrew Stack is the main FBI suspect who is believed to crashed a small charter plane intoAustins office complex out of rage at the Internal Revenue Service, the Catholic Church, miscellaneoustax loopholes and corporate bailouts.Quote:
"Well, Mr. Big Brother IRS man, let’s try something different; take my pound of flesh and sleep well," someonenamed Joe Stack wrote. The
signed today as his death date. It was created February 16 and lastmodified this morning at 6:42 a.m. according the page's source code (which the host provider has taken down). The FBI saidthey believe it is real.
The FBI suspects Joe Stack has burned down his own house on Thursday morning then processed tocash a plane into the Echelon building in the city of Austin where the Internal Revenue Service keepstheir offices. The news giant CNN is reporting that over 190 IRS employees work in that building.Current reports show that at least on injured person was missing and two people were rushed to thehospital. Their exact conditions are not fully known.Looking for the airplane crash pictures? CBS has them on their main page.
Joes Stacks website (now offline, but the main texts are saved elsewhere) start out like this “
If you’rereading this, you’re no doubt asking yourself, 'Why did this have to happen?'"
One of the things he would talk bout is that the “storm is raging in his head”. Then he railed againsttaxation without representation. He labeled people who don't stand up for his principals as “crackpots,traitors and worse”Joe Stack was very angry because a “handful of thugs and plunderers (that) can commit unthinkableatrocities”. One of the things in mind were bailing out GM CEO and executives and the drug and