Final Words of IRS Crashing Suicide Pilot


Andrew Joseph Stack III, the infamous pilot who flew his single engine Piper PA-28-236 into the side of a building that housed the IRS office in northwest Austin, Texas, uttered the words, “Have a great day” just before his crash. This was according to the National Transportation Safety Board’s preliminary report on the incident.

Leaving behind a rather detailed suicide note on the Internet, Stack displayed great antagonism towards the IRS for the way he was allegedly treated. His seething anger and fury drove him to take it out on the IRS in the most horrendous way, copycatting the terrorist acts of 9/11. The NTSB’s investigations reveal the exact train of events on that fateful morning.

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