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November 27, 2022

Here’s Something Stupid That an Alabama Man Said to an IRS Employee

Thomas Sitzler really wanted the IRS Contact Rep to remember what he had to say, so he insisted (s)he write it down:

"I'm gonna make Waco, Oklahoma City and nine eleven (9/11) look like a fire drill. I have paid in over one point five million dollars ($1.5 million) in federal taxes while illegals reap the benefits of people like me who pay their taxes. And the IRS is screwin' me over. So write that down please. Report it to anybody you wanna report it to. I'll be in Austin next week and I will blow up the building. I'll make Waco, Oklahoma City, and nine eleven (9/11) look like a fire drill."

Despite his client's desire to generate the largest terror attack on American soil, Sitzler's attorney claims that the man is a peach and "not a threat to anyone." Glad we got that sorted out.

North Alabama man to be arraigned this week on phone threat to IRS employee [BN]

 

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