From: Tax Defense
To: Dean Sanpei,
Subject: Stop IRS Tax Levies and Tax Liens
Date: Wed Jan 22 15:25:55 MST 2014

Owe Back Taxes to the State or IRS?

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Officials are trying to determine whether this object found in the woods of Lakeville is a foot, and, if it is, who it belonged to.Lakeville Police DepartmentA mysterious and potentially grisly find by two young boys in a wooded area has police and residents of Quincy, Mass., baffled.According to the Patriot Ledger newspaper, On March 29, Sgt. Steven Leanues picked up what appears to be a decomposed foot that the boys found in the woods off Pantheon Road. Police Chief Frank Alvilhiera sent it to the medical examiner, who determined it is not human, although it appears to have five toes.Tests are still being conducted, but the strange find has locals asking: What has five toes and looks like a foot but isnt? Maybe Bigfoot, but more likely a bear. Strange as it may seem, this is not the first time that animal bones have been mistaken for human remains.PHOTOS: 10 Reasons Why Bigfoots a BustIn 2004 a man in Fort Gay, W.V., discovered a human hand at about 9 oclock in the evening while cleaning his vehicle at a car wash. It was inside a manila envelope and had a rubber band around the five finger bones. Police officers and two different county medical examiners concluded it was human and probably from a child or small womans hand.But the mystery deepened because the rest of the skeleton was never found, and no one of that description had been reported missing. Finally the hand was sent to the state forensics lab, where it was determined t he National Air Traffic Controllers Association said. "It is not a good thing for aviation to take away staffing at any level."But air travelers may get a break on the ground. A senior Transportation Security Administration official said Thursday he doesn't expect furloughs for his agency, which staffs airport security across the nation. And, he said, longer wait times at checkpoints have not yet materialized as a result of so-called sequestration, as Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano warned last month.Congress included additional money for security officers in a budget bill for the remainder of the 2013 fiscal year, and long wait times have been averted for now, TSA Deputy Administrator John Halinski told a congressional panel. Obama signed the budget bill last month.Halinski cautioned that even with the extra funding, travelers may see lines and wait times increase during busy travel periods.