Friday, June 26, 2015

Kelley Lynch Did Report These Issues To IRS In 2002 & June 2004 - Two Years & Four Months Before She & Cohen Parted Ways

From: Kelley Lynch <>
Date: Fri, Jun 26, 2015 at 2:28 PM
Subject: Re:
To: "*irs. commissioner" <*>, Washington Field <>, ASKDOJ <>, ": Division, Criminal" <>, "Doug.Davis" <>, Dennis <>, MollyHale <>, nsapao <>, fsb <>, rbyucaipa <>, khuvane <>, blourd <>, Robert MacMillan <>, a <>, wennermedia <>, Mick Brown <>, "glenn.greenwald" <>, Harriet Ryan <>, "hailey.branson" <>, "stan.garnett" <>,, "mayor.garcetti" <>,, "Kelly.Sopko" <>,
Cc: Michelle Rice <>, Dan Bergman <>

Daniel Bergman and Michelle Rice,

I won't be discussing details of the Tax Court Petition matter.  However, I did go to the IRS at the time; wrote Mr. Holtz in June 2004 (after the IRS warning letters); submitted evidence at that time (BEFORE Cohen and I parted ways); and reported the tax fraud to IRS again in April 2005.  There's your answer.

Mr. Rettig should know that I attempted to address my concerns and Westin prevented that.  I also thought Hochman, Rettig should be aware of information being concealed from them.

Kelley Lynch

On Fri, Jun 26, 2015 at 2:26 PM, Kelley Lynch <> wrote:


Stephen Gianelli continues to write me about federal tax matters and tax fraud.  He obviously is on someone's payroll and this is illegal discovery practices.  So was my trial or set up.

I spoke to Steve Blanq, expressed concerns about Traditional Holdings and the annuity itself, and Mr. Blanq received a phone call from Richard Westin advising him not to speak to me about these matters because I didn't have attorney/client privilege.  I didn't.  Leonard Cohen wrapped Neal Greenberg and Richard Westin into a/c privilege and I was excluded.  I did express my concerns.  In fact, I told Ken Cleveland, Cohen's accountant, that I was thinking of calling the Ogden, Utah agent and inviting him into my office based on the document request alone - since Steve Blanq told me that Richard Westin made the IRS nervous with his evasiveness.

Furthermore, at the time, I also contacted the Chief Trial Counsel's office.  I also submitted evidence to him.  I also wrote Mr. Holtz, Chief Trial Counsel's office, in 2004.  At that time, I submitted Neal Greenberg's IRS warning letters and advised Mr. Holtz that I reviewed these letters with Leonard Cohen and he told me (and others) not to let Neal Greenberg know about any future income or the fact that he planned to tour.  I also sent Mr. Holtz my February 2002 emails with Cohen and Westin and explained the situation with respect to the inadvertent $1 million and $7 million 1099s to Leonard Cohen.  I provided Mr. Holtz with the corporate records, non-revocable assignments, Westin's memorandum, etc.  I have that letter to Mr. Holtz and will make it public when I have time.

For now, I'm working on a notice of appeal in Case No. BC338322; motion to vacate Cohen's fraud restraining order; motion to unseal the documents (including the documents I bought on PACER); Opposition to the retaliatory sanctions motion; and other legal matters.  I am also focused on my federal RICO lawsuit against Leonard Cohen and others.  And, I continue to be criminally harassed by Stephen Gianelli.  Others are being as well.

In response to Gianelli's attempt to elicit information - I did go to the IRS then; again in 2004; and again after Cohen and I parted ways.  I also just spoke to the Chief Trial Counsel's office about the fraud upon the Tax Court and my Petition to Tax Court.  He and I also discussed the civil matters related to the partnerships.  That's one of the issues that will be addressed in my RICO suit because LA Superior Court didn't obtain jurisdiction over the entities EITHER.

All the best,

CORRECTION:  IRS, One correction.  I just reviewed my letter to the Chief Trial Counsel's office.  It was dated July 25, 2004.  Therefore, it was sent in July and not June.  Greenberg's last IRS warning letter, which was enclosed with other evidence, was dated June 2004.

From: Stephen Gianelli <>
Date: Fri, Jun 26, 2015 at 12:52 PM
To: Kelley Lynch <>

You now claim on your blog that you reported "concerns" to Cohen's tax counsel who refused to discuss the matter with you. 

So why didn't you go. To the IRS THEN? Why. Wait thirteen years to do so?  

Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone.