not available in video stores.
like most people, Hollywood never seems to produce your kind
once in a while, a movie sneaks through the censorial gates
of political correctness. One such movie -- now available
on video through WorldNetDaily.com -- is "The F Zone."
F Zone," the tax revolt we've all been waiting for has begun.
One man is fighting for his rights ... and (because good drama
requires a love angle) only one woman can save him.
scarcely believe the mind-blowing factual information regarding
the IRS, and its power to forcefully tax U.S. citizens via
the 16th Amendment as depicted in this PG-13 movie. You will
ask yourself over and over again: How did this movie ever
dramatic story of businessman Dennis Smith, who despite his
innocence, is financially ruined by the IRS. Led by agent
Lothar Gunter, the feds levy his bank accounts and seize his
assets forcing him out of business.
accepts help from tax attorney Loren Adams, but without adequate
funds to mount an opposition he must resort to her off-the-record
advice. Angered by Dennis' evasiveness, Lothar and his marshals
make life difficult for Dennis ... who manages to stay one
rent it, so you will have to buy -- and watch it over and
over again, sharing it with your friends ... and maybe even
your friendly IRS agent.
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