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July 05, 2011

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The money or property through taxation and allegations of constitutionally protected property interest. Marciano has repeatedly stated that he owes the state money, and not vice versa.

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This kind of issue always happen in different companies and even in the government. This kind of people must not be placed in any position in the government.

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now, can Marciano use this ruling against the government if it decides at a later date to audit him? Is the government somehow estopped from making any claim on the returns for the years at issue? I would bet the answer is "no" -- by virtue of the legal truism that the government can do whatever it wants -- what *that* is the $50 million dollar question....

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