Introduction


Presented in reverse chronology, this history stretches from the present back to the Fellowship's 1970 founding, and beyond.
(See "Blog Archive" in the sidebar below.) It draws from many sources, including The Fellowship of Friends - Living Presence Discussion, the Internet Archive, the former Fellowship of Friends wiki project, cult education and awareness sites, news archives, and from the editor's own 13-year experience in the Fellowship.

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disciple, Asaf Braverman.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Fellowship of Friends petitions for tax refund

Tim Campion posted on the Fellowship of Friends Discussion blog:
September 27, 2011 Yuba County Board of Supervisors meeting agenda item:
“Fellowship of Friends Claim For Refund of Property Taxes”
The Fellowship is seeking a tax refund of $572,338 for the years 2006 through 2009.

The fraudulent church seeks to pay less so others may pay more. The board will apparently reject the claim, but maybe Nicholas or Greg will be there to “reason” with them. We can only hope that some day those in Fellowship leadership roles will realize they are merely “tools” – not of C Influence, but of a psychopath.

[ed. - the petition was submitted in August or September 2010, but the Oregon House cult asked that it be removed from the BOS agenda at that time so they could modify the petition.]

"Associated Press" posted on the Fellowship of Friends Discussion blog, April 7, 2014:
[ed. - Link to document:  http://tinyurl.com/o7grzo8 ]

TO: Yuba County Board of Supervisors

FROM: Angil P. Morris-Jones, County Counsel

DATE: September 27, 2011

Matter Continued from Board Meeting of September 14, 2010

SUBJECT: Fellowship of Friends Claim For Refund Of Property Taxes

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Deny all eight Claims for Refund of Property Taxes as the claimant fails to state any legal reason for granting the claims for refund as required by the California Revenue and Taxation Code.

DISCUSSION:

This matter came before you at your September 14, 2010 Board of Supervisors’ Meeting. The matter before you consists of eight separate petitions filed by the Fellowship of Friends as Claims for Refund of Property Taxes for 2006-2009 (Secured and Unsecured).

On September 14, 2010, a representative of the claimant appeared at your meeting and requested that all eight Claims for Refund of Property Taxes were pulled in order for the Fellowship of the Friends to amend them.

It has been over a year since the claims were pulled off your Agenda for action. To this date the claims have not been amended nor have they been withdrawn. As it has been over a year without any contact as it relates to amending their claims, the Board is advised to take action on the claims as filed.

The California Revenue and Taxation Code provides that a taxpayer may petition the Board of Supervisors for a refund of property taxes that have been paid. However, the Board of Supervisors is only empowered to grant such taxpayer’s claim for refund of property taxes when the claimant has stated one of the statutory reasons for granting the claimed refund.

The reason stated by the Fellowship of Friends in paragraph 7 of each of their written petitions is:
“To keep statute of limitation open for any future refunds that may arise from property tax Exemption.”
The reason cited hereinabove by the Fellowship of Friends is not one of the legal reasons provided by statute in the California Revenue and Taxation Code. Therefore, pursuant to the statute, in this circumstance no order for a refund can be granted by the Board of Supervisors.

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