Sunday, October 26, 2014

Kelley Lynch Email To IRS Re. LCI & TH K-1 Partnership Documents; Cohen's Ongoing Refusal To Provide Me With IRS Form 1099 & The Fraudulent Accounting Ledger

From: Kelley Lynch <>
Date: Sun, Oct 26, 2014 at 5:22 PM
To: "irs.commissioner" <>, Washington Field <>, ASKDOJ <>, "Doug.Davis" <>, Dennis <>


I am sitting here with Richard Westin's October 6, 2004 letter to me and Leonard Cohen.  This relates to the 2003 Kentucky return of "LC Investments, LLC."  I do not believe that was inadvertent.  I intend to attach a copy of this letter and the K-1 transmitted to the State of Kentucky indicating that i am a 99.55% owner of this entity with $0 income for the year 2003.  I have IRS transcripts for 2004 and 2005 now and they show LCI K-1s on my account confirming $0 income for those years.  If you look at the fraud expense ledger, provided to IRS by Cohen's representatives, LCI lists income to me for the years 2003 and 2004.  Since both were transmitted to IRS, it's hard to know which one is accurate.  

And, let me quote Prins re. monies deposited into Cohen's personal account.  Clause 21.  "As discussed above, no agreement existed between Cohen and Lynch pursuant to which Lynch was to receive any income or payments from Cohen's personal checking account."  Cohen has advised the Court that I am entitled to 15% of gross income.  This was not modified by carving out the personal account.  Greg McBowman recently wrote to confirm that record royalties did go into Cohen's personal account but noted that perhaps that has changed now.  Book publishing royalties and other items did as well.  That is why I need a 1099.  Cohen needs to clarify this situation.  

Then there are the TH K-1s.  I have copies of the TH K-1s that were attached to the federal tax returns.  They show income in 2001, 2002, and 2003 and taxes were paid.  This doesn't synch up with the fraudulent expense ledger.

This has now been going on for 8 years - not 10.  What types of penalties does IRS levy against someone who refuses to provide IRS required forms; refuses to permit a partner to examine the corporate records; etc?

All the best,