Saturday, May 11, 2013

Kelley Asks The IRS For A Formal Opinion On Phantom Income, Taxes Caused For Her, & The Allegations In Cohen's Lawsuit - Based On The Actual Evidence

From: Kelley Lynch <>
Date: Sat, 11 May 2013 16:07:18 -0700
Subject: Re: Why I wish I never went to the IRS
To: "*irs. commissioner" <*>

Hello IRS,

Can you please explain this to me?  Leonard Cohen's tax lawyer,
Richard Westin, wrote this. The bulk of the income was attributed to
me - even without distributions and taxes need to be paid.  However, I
would not be taxed when the profits were paid out.  What does this all mean?
 Let me see if I understand this:  Leonard Cohen thought I should pay
taxes on monies invested with his choice of an investor and seems to
believe I have made charitable contributions to the IRS.  The man is
unconscionable and the activity of Walsh, Gianelli, etc. are evidence
of this fact.  I am speaking to an attorney to see if Michelle Rice
violated the restraining order by being copied in on emails criminally
harassing me and copying in my sister.  Gianelli publicly lied about
my sister and her husband when he stated that they started their
business with Cohen's cash.

I am reviewing the evidence with my attorney and preparing a schedule
to be attached to my legal documents.  Anyway, I would like a formal
IRS opinion on t sand the evidence speaks for itself.  My lawyer has
been very clear - Cohen cannot conceal this evidence.  There is fraud
upon the court and there is extrinsic fraud with respect to the proof
of service.  The judgment is void.

It is incredible that Cohen has chosen the path he has.  It seems
deranged. To then have his fan target me and my family, etc. is
shocking.  Someone just called me astounded that they want to silence
me and think I do not have a right to speak the truth or litigate
these matters.  That's pure Leonard Cohen also.  Read his lyrics - he
wants to control every living soul and is no doubt, furious that he
cannot control me.

I am looking forward to the City Attorney's Reply to my Writ of Habeas
Corpus.  What will they lie about next? - on the taxpayers' dime, I
might note.

All the best,

Traditional Holdings, LLC - per Leonard Cohen's tax lawyer:

That attracts a lot of taxes because, as a partner, the bulk of the
income is attributable to you, whether or not you get cash
distributions needed to pay taxes.  As a partner, you are taxed as the
partnership earns money.  You are not taxed when the profits are paid