From: Tax Defense
To: Dean Sanpei,
Subject: Owe 10k or more in Tax Debt?
Date: Sun Feb 16 22:30:37 MST 2014
Body:

Remove IRS Tax Penalties

?






Update Preferences

15500 SW Jay St
Beaverton, OR 97006-6018









This email was intended for dsanpei@le.utah.gov



































January 30, 2014: Officers from the St. Clair County Sheriff's Department investigate a scene where bags of human remains were discovered at the intersection Allington and Fred Moore Highway in St. Clair Township, Mich. (AP PHOTO/TIMES HERALD, JEFFREY SMITH)A suburban Detroit woman was being held in connection with the death of her adult son, whose dismembered remains were found dumped in trash bags along the sides of roads, police said.The names of the 59-year-old woman and the 32-year-old victim were not released, but St. Clair Shores police Sgt. Jay Cohoe told the Times Herald of Port Huron that they were mother and son.The Associated Press couldn't reach Cohoe for comment Saturday.The woman, who lives in St. Clair Shores just east of Detroit, faces murder and dismemberment charges. She hasn't been officially charged. Police said prosecutors in Macomb County are expected to review a warrant with the charges Monday.The victim was reported missing Jan. 26 and identified through fingerprints."Fingerprints taken from the dismembered white male were forwarded to the FBI and compared with previous fingerprints taken from the missing 32-year-old St. Clair Shores resident," St. Clair Shores police said Saturday in a release.A cause of death was not released. An autopsy was to have been conducted Friday.The man's remains were found Thursday along the sides of roads in St. Clair and China townships, about 50 miles northeast of Detroit in St. C e 1973, when abortion was legalized nationwide, that Guttmacher has attempted to survey all known abortion providers in the U.S. However, a section of the new report acknowledges that some abortions might not be tallied.The highest abortion rates were in New York, Maryland, the District of Columbia, Delaware and New Jersey; the lowest were in Wyoming, Mississippi, South Dakota, Kentucky and Missouri. However, Guttmacher said many women in Wyoming and Mississippi, where providers are scarce, go out of state to get abortions.