IRS Agent Lures Taxpayer with Starbucks to Attempt an Unwelcome Strip Search

Allegedly!


First sign of danger should have been the desire to meet a Starbucks.

The spokesman for the IRS’ Fresno location referred us to the New York spokeswoman (for reasons that we don’t quite understand) who has yet to return our call.

Complaint [via Courthouse News Service]

Allegedly!


First sign of danger should have been the desire to meet a Starbucks.

The spokesman for the IRS’ Fresno location referred us to the New York spokeswoman (for reasons that we don’t quite understand) who has yet to return our call.

Complaint [via Courthouse News Service]

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