IRS Keeps $29,000 It Stole From Innocent Dairy Farmer

Using cash. That’s the activity that prompted armed Department of Treasury agents to descend upon Randy Sowers’ micro dairy farm. But finding out he was neither a drug dealer nor a terrorist did not lead to the return of his hard-earned wages. Randy believes that the amount of business owners suffering in silence is leading to more abuse.

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And be careful out there. Unfortunately, farming and ranching have notoriously been fronts for large drug dealers and the mafia’s Gestapo knows it. — jtl, 419

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It’s not just raw food or family farmers who come under government attack for the type of wholesome food they sell.

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Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian View Using cash. That’s the activity that prompted armed Department of Treasury agents to descend upon Randy Sowers’ micro dairy farm. But finding out he was neither a drug dealer nor a terrorist did not lead to the return of his hard-earned wages. Randy believes that the amount of business owners suffering in silence is leading to more abuse.

Institute For Justice highlights the issue of the War on Cash and small business in the video below.

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In February 2012, two government agents came to Randy’s farm. The IRS, they told him, had seized the farm’s entire bank account, containing more than $60,000. When Randy sold milk at farmer’s markets, customers often paid him in cash, and he and his wife, Karen, deposited those cash payments in the account. The government seized the account because the Sowers deposited the cash in amounts under $10,000.

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