Computer forensics shows that IRS employee committed crime that calls for five years in prison
The National Organization for Marriage, a conservative organization, claims that it has forensic evidence which proves that its donors’ private information was illegally leaked by the IRS. The Blaze reports:
John Eastman, chairman of the National Organization for Marriage, accused the IRS of intentionally leaking confidential donor information to groups hostile to his organization.
“This just smells and I hope this committee gets to the bottom of it,” he said, adding that his group had “identified that [the leaked information] came from within the IRS.”
The National Organization for Marriage’s “forensic” specialists were able to strip layers from the document and discovered that “the original document that was posted had originated from within the IRS,” Eastman said.
He also said the document has “internal IRS stamps,” which “only exist within the IRS.”
“You can imagine our shock and disgust over this,” he added. “We jealously guard our donors.”
The Wall St. Journal says that if this is true, the IRS employee who illegally leaked this private information could get five years in prison.
If all of these claims are true, then this would be a great chance for President Obama to prove that he was serious, and not just saying empty words, when he said he was upset at the IRS. Is Obama willing to push for this person to get five years in prison? I doubt it. Hopefully, Obama will prove me wrong.
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