Monday, March 20, 2017

IRS has 7,000 unreleased documents related to conservative and Tea Party targeting

The IRS has told a federal court that they've recently identified almost 7,000 more documents that could contain information on how the agency targeted the tax-exempt applications of Tea Party organizations or other conservative political groups starting back in 2010, according to a court document.

But IRS in the document would not commit to a timeline for releasing the documents.

The revelation of thousands of unreleased documents was made in response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit from Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group that specializes in filing, and in many instances litigating, FOIA requests.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

From 2010. Imagine that! Let's see, the president then was... And the secretary of state was...

Anonymous said...

Fire them all!

Anonymous said...

What about the Clinton Foundation and their money laundering and foreign government donations?