Two IRS Debtors that might Raise Eyebrows


Here is the story of two individuals who owe tax money to the government. One or both of the stories may irk you, surprise you, interest you or it might not bother you at all, but both are true. The first has to do with the proposed mosque to be built at ground zero in New York City. Whether you agree with the project or not, you may be interested to know that the builder of the 15 storey Ground Zero Mosque and community center, Sharif El-Gamal owes the IRS back property taxes on the exact property the mosque is supposed to be constructed on....

....The other individual in trouble with the IRS over unpaid taxes is rapper Young Buck. Two days after a recent raid by the IRS on the rapper’s home, Young Buck, whose real name is David Darnell Brown, voluntarily filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. According to bankruptcy records, he did this to control how creditors would be paid........

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