From the July 2003 Idaho Observer:

DOJ seeking to ban more of Schiff's books

Attorney wants to burn books he hasn't read

LAS VEGAS -- In a letter from U.S. Department of Justice Trial Attorney EVAN DAVIS dated July 1, 2003, Irwin Schiff, Cindy Neun and Lawrence Cohen were notified that it is the DOJ's belief that they are not in compliance with the federal court's June 16, 2003 preliminary injunction order that banned the sale of The Federal Mafia and bars him from holding seminars on the income tax.

Davis claimed that the websites at and “...continues to contain numerous false statements that suggest the zero-income tax return and the 'exempt' Form W-4 strategies are legal...”

Davis' three-page letter, avaialble in its entirety at, lists the areas where he alleges Schiff, et al, are not in compliance with the injunction. He then mentions the books, “How Anyone Can Stop Paying Income Taxes” and “The Great Income Tax Hoax,” for sale on the website, as being a violation of the court's order. “If you send me a copy of the book, I can determine whether to specifically include or exclude this (sic) book from any contempt motion,” wrote Davis.

“He wants me to send him copies of books he hasn't read to see if he will decide to ban them, too,” Schiff commented.

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