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Secrets of The IRS (Abuse of Power) Part II #375033

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 02, 1997
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Virginia Beach: Wyatt Andrews) The abuse of power by the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) examined; details given on one wild IRS (Internal Revenue Service) raid on a restaurant. [The Jewish Mother Blues Bar owners Ted BONK and John CALIPRI, restaurant manager Scotty MILLER- tell of the armed IRS (Internal Revenue Service) busting in their bar and homes; tell of the intense investigation that turned up no wrongdoing.] [National Taxpayers Union David KEATING - says the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) is above the law; says the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) can run you out of business and no compensation is required.] [IRS deputy commissioner Mike DOLAN - denies IRS (Internal Revenue Service) abuses and defends the agency's broad powers.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) IRS (Internal Revenue Service) head Margaret Richardson said canceling her planned interview in response to last night's report.

Andrews, Wyatt;
Rather, Dan

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