Monday, November 10, 2014

Kelley Lynch Email To IRS, FBI & DOJ Re. Formal Opinion On Fraudulent Use Of Restraining Orders To Obstruct Justice

From: Kelley Lynch <>
Date: Mon, Nov 10, 2014 at 7:13 PM
To: "*irs. commissioner" <*>, Washington Field <>, ASKDOJ <>, "Doug.Davis" <>, Dennis <>


Researching further when a local, county, or state restraining order could prevent someone from receiving or transmitting an IRS required form 1099 or other tax document.  What authority would a local, county, or state court have over IRS requirements?  Streeter, Cohen, Kory, Rice, et al. all concealed a tremendous amount of evidence re. my requests for tax information.  In fact, Streeter was quite good at discussing an email she planned to address with the jury and, then realizing it was to the IRS or about IRS required information, quickly saying "My mistake."  She is a complete pro liar.

This is something I need a formal IRS and DOJ opinion on.  Kory has addressed it in writing; and so has Rice but she was able to send me an email lying to me with IRS, FBI, Treasury - NOT DOJ noticeably - and Ron Burkle and Dennis Riordan copied in.  As my lawyer said - a material lie.

All the best,

During her relationship with Cohen, he said, Lynch had enormous access to the details of his business and personal life. Ramnaney said Cohen and his attorneys, believing Lynch knew "too much" about Cohen, have attempted to undermine Lynch's credibility and blame her for Cohen's financial problems.
Lynch's messages contained legitimate requests for financial documents that she needed to complete her taxes, Ramnaney said. Voicemail messages played by the prosecution included references to K-1 and 1099 tax forms.
"She's desperate to get these critical documents to clear her name and get on with her life," Ramnaney said. "They never gave her what she asked for. They kept stonewalling her and stonewalling her."