Tax Evasion

August 9, 2017

Debbie Anderson No Income Source As Tax Evasion Defence

  Summary – Debbie Anderson Tax Evasion Defence Debbie Anderson was charged with tax evasion. Her tax evasion defence analyzes what “income source” means. That term is undefined as “income” and “source” are undefined. Debbie Anderson had no income source. That means her taxable income is zero. However, they do […]
July 10, 2017

Rule of Law and CRA

Summary The Government of Canada just compensated Omar Khadr for breaking the rule of law. However, Canada Revenue Agency’s persistence in breaking the rule of law fosters a culture of abuse. This year is the 100th anniversary of Canadian income tax. It is time to end CRA breaking the rule […]
May 15, 2017

Wilfully Blind for Income Tax

Summary Wilfully blind, in a legal sense, means being suspicious but refraining from asking. Canadian tax evasion cases1 use it to replace proving you have a guilty mind. To not be wilfully blind, you need to seek opinions from lawyers, CRA, and professional accountants. However, the Government does not give […]
December 12, 2016

Pardoned Tax Evader Viola Desmond to be on Canada’s $10 Bill

Summary Viola Desmond will be the new face on the $10 bill in 2018. After her car broke down in Nova Scotia in 1946, the garage said it would take time for parts to arrive, so she went to a movie. The unwritten “law” was black persons were allowed only […]
November 14, 2016

Michael Millar Tax Evasion Conviction – Why Style of Name is Still a Defense

Is Style of Name Relevant to a Tax Evasion Defense? On October 11, 2016, the court convicted Michael Millar of tax evasion. Millar’s main argument involves a Roman law concept, the style of the name. Judge Victoria Gray rejected Millar’s argument, but gave her decision using the same Roman law […]