Attorney Tommy Cryer Beats the IRS in court;

Jury says not guilty!

Press Release

Shreveport, Louisiana, July 11, 2007, Louisiana

By: Peymon, President of Freedom Law School (760) 868-4271

Today a Louisiana Federal Jury found Attorney Tommy Cryer NOT GUILTY of 2 counts of willful failure to file an income tax return. Earlier on Monday July 9th the Government had on its own motion dismissed 2 counts of tax evasion charges that it had charged Tommy Cryer with. 2 Years ago, another Federal Jury in California had dealt a serious blow to the IRS’ image of invincibility by finding former IRS special Agent Criminal Investigator Joseph Banister not guilty of several tax charges. Banister’s victory was reported in the July 11, 2005 issue of the American Free Press at

Tommy explained to the jury that his study of the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. Supreme Court decisions, the IRS Code and Regulations convinced Tommy that he was not an individual who was required to file and pay the Federal Income Tax, despite the fact that Tommy made a living as an attorney. The Government lawyer never offered any Supreme Court decisions, IRS Code or Regulations to refute the Supreme Court decisions, the IRS Code and Regulations that Tommy Cryer had relied on to conclude that Tommy Cryer was NOT required to file an income tax return.

Tommy Cryer’s instant victory over the IRS is another serious blow to the IRS’ façade of invincibility and exposes the Wizard of Oz nature of the IRS. For more details on what took place at Tommy Cryer’s trial, go to For a more detailed report on Tommy Cryer’s win, read an upcoming issue of American Free Press on

Freedom is not free.” “For evil to conquer, good men need to do nothing.”

If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, they want something which never has or never will be.”