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Episode 685: Larry vs. The IRS

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Episode 685: Larry vs. The IRS

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Episode 685: Larry vs. The IRS

Episode 685: Larry vs. The IRS

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Larry Williams, former tax protester. Courtesy of Larry Williams hide caption

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Larry Williams, former tax protester.

Courtesy of Larry Williams

A lot of people dream of not paying their taxes. Larry Williams scoured the fine print of IRS code, talked to lawyers, settled on a plan, then just stopped paying taxes. Today on the show, we tell his story. It starts on a fateful camping trip, it winds through a jail cell in Australia and a courtroom in California, and it ends up in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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