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Seth Sundberg 1099 OID Indictment, Complaint, Motion to dismiss

Seth Sundberg 1099 OID Indictment, Complaint, Motion to dismiss

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Bob Hurt provides Sundberg Income Tax fraud case documents which show the insanity of using the 1099 OID form as a tool for cheating on one's income tax. Sundberg got indicted and used idiotic patriot myths in an effort to weasel out of a conviction. Use PACER to verify the outcome of this 2009 case # Case5:09-mj-70796-RS.
Bob Hurt provides Sundberg Income Tax fraud case documents which show the insanity of using the 1099 OID form as a tool for cheating on one's income tax. Sundberg got indicted and used idiotic patriot myths in an effort to weasel out of a conviction. Use PACER to verify the outcome of this 2009 case # Case5:09-mj-70796-RS.

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COUNT ONE:
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Plaintiff,
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v.
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SETH SUNDBERG,
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VIOLATIONS:
18
U.S.C.
§
1341-Mail
Fraud; 26 U.S.C. § 7206(1) -FalseStatement on Tax Return; 18 U.S.C. §
287-
False Claim Against the United StatesSAN JOSE VENUE
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INDICTMENT
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The Grand Jury charges:
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The Scheme and Artifice to Defraud
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At all times relevant to this Indictment:
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1.
2
Defendant Seth Sundberg ("Sundberg") resided in
San
Carlos, California.On or about April 14, 2009, Sundberg signed under the penalties
of
perjury and
23
filed a Form 1040 Individual Income Tax Return for the 2008 tax year with the United States
24
Department
of
Treasury, Internal Revenue Service ("IRS").
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3. On that 2008 income
tax
return, Sundberg made the following false statements,
26
among others:
27
a.
in Schedule B (Interest and Ordinary Dividends), Sundberg claimed to have
28
received $5,732,580 in taxable "original issue discount" ("OlD") interest income;
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b.
also in Schedule B, Sundberg claimed to have paid $5,732,441 in
tax
as
a2 result
of
that purported OID income;3
c.
in box
71
of
the Form 1040, Sundberg claimed to have made total tax4 payments to the IRS
of
$5,087,059;5
d.
in box 73a
of
the Form 1040, Sundberg claimed that he was owed a refund6 from the IRS
of
$5,084,010.7
4.
As a result
of
the false statements and claims he made in his 2008 tax return, on or8 about May 29, 2009 the IRS mailed Sundberg a refund check in the amount
of
$5,083,609.25.9 COUNT ONE: (18 U.S.C. § 1341 -Mail Fraud)
10
5. Paragraphs 1 through 4 are realleged and incorporated as
if
fully set forth here.
11
6.
On or about May 29, 2009, in the Northern District
of
California, and elsewhere,
12
the defendant,
13
SETH SUNDBERG,
14
having devised and intended to devise a scheme and artifice (A) to defraud as to a material
15
matter, and (B) to obtain money by means
of
materially false and fraudulent pretenses,
16
representations, and promises, for the purpose
of
executing such scheme and artifice and
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attempting so to do, did knowingly cause to be delivered by United States mail a federal income
18
tax refund check;
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All in violation
of
Title 18, United States Code, Section 1341.
20
COUNT TWO: (26 U.S.C. § 7206(1) -Fraud and False Statement in Tax Return)
21
7.
Paragraphs 1 through 4 are realleged and incorporated as
if
fully set forth here.
22
8.
On or about April 14, 2009, in the Northern District
of
California, the defendant,
23
SETH SUNDBERG,
24
did willfully make and subscribe a U.S. Individual Income Tax Return which he verified by a
25
written declaration that it was made under the penalties
of
perjury, and which he did not believe
26
to be true and correct as to every material matter,
in
violation
of
Title 26, United States Code,
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Section 7206(1).
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