Sunday, March 20, 2011

When it comes to owing the IRS tax, Reade Seligmann got a “rare deal”

I am definitely not a fan of reality television, and I do not recall ever watching an episode of “Survivor”… at least I will not admit to it in public. Through the tabloids and media, however, I am aware that Richard Hatch, the initial $1 million winner of “Survivor” had been having disputes and problems with the Internal Revenue Service regarding taxes he was supposed to pay on his million dollar winnings. Hatch has already spent three years in jail for these tax related issues, and without them being resolved, the meter has continued to run. As it now stands, with interest and penalty, Hatch owes the IRS two million dollars ($2,000,000.00), which amounts to twice the total of his initial winnings, and he has recently reported to prison to begin a nine month sentence for failing to pay back taxes.

To me it seems like Mr. Hatch is being treated cruelly, at best. Maybe someone in the IRS is homophobic (Richard Hatch is the gay contestant who frequently competed in the nude during the televised event). Regardless of his sexual orientation or propensity to bare it all, the treatment he received by the IRS seems draconian and excessive.

Another celebrity who has been at odds with the IRS is Wesley Snipes, who is currently serving a three year sentence for failing to pay taxes. According to news articles, Mr. Snipes owed $2.7 million on income of $13.8 million earned during a three year period. Surely the IRS has ways to collect the income owed from citizens who are reluctant to pay taxes. Why not do so? Why is the penalty against Snipes so extreme and punitive? According to prosecutors for the IRS, they wanted to send a message to deter others from trying to obstruct the IRS.

Evidently, the message the prosecutors are trying to send with the Snipes prosecution is not getting through, because Duke Lacrosse defendant Reade Seligmann was accused of not paying taxes on the $20 million windfall that resulted from a successful shakedown of Duke University in 2007. According to a lien filed recently, Seligmann owes approximately $6.7 million in taxes on the settlement earnings which stemmed from the Duke Lacrosse case. (Currently Seligmann, along with the other Carpetbagger families and their attorneys are still in litigation trying to wrest $10 million each from the cash-strapped city of Durham. They had erroneously concluded after Duke easily rolled over and gave them the $20 mil, that getting Durham to settle for half that amount would be a piece of cake… however, it did not quite work out that way.)

The question I have is why is Hatch serving a nine month sentence, after being locked away for three years already for not paying taxes on $1 million, and Snipes serving a three year sentence for not paying taxes on $13.8 million, when Reade Seligmann is not being tossed into prison for three years for not paying taxes on 2007 income of $20 million? All the IRS did to Mr. Seligmann was apply a lien, which evidently amounts to a rare deal. Why was this action not applied to Hatch or Snipes when their tax payments were not forthcoming?


Don’t get me wrong, for I’m not suggesting that Seligmann be tossed in the brink for evading taxes, but my position is that Hatch and Snipes should not be incarcerated for their tax-related sins. Hatch, for one, will probably never be able to satisfy the $2 million tax debt he now owes, and which is growing. Is the IRS going to continually keep putting him in the slammer for being unable to come up with the dough? There is a simple solution, however, for Mr. Hatch, who has been a contestant on another TV reality show, “Celebrity Apprentice.” Have Donald Trump pay the amount Hatch owes to the IRS in full. Surely Mr. Trump can afford to do so. Then the Donald can work out a schedule for Richard Hatch to re-pay him that is far more lenient than that of the IRS. With regards to Mr. Snipes, he should be released so that he can make another “Blade” movie… or other movie, and he can designate that his salary goes towards satisfying obligations to the IRS. It would be a much more constructive option for all involved. Currently taxpayers are footing the bill for his accommodations behind bars, Snipes’ talents are languishing, and the public is being deprived of enjoying his performances… not unlike the public being deprived of enjoying the pugilistic prowess of Muhammad Ali when he was barred from boxing at the height of his career because of trifeness.

I’m no historian, but I believe that using tax evasion as a means of incarcerating individuals began with the Chi-town gangster Al Capone. It is obvious that Richard Hatch and Wesley Snipes are not violent criminals from whom the public at large needs protection. They do not deserve to be treated like Scarface. They should, instead, be treated like Reade Seligmann… in other words, fairly. Allow them their freedom so that they can be productive, employed citizens able to work towards paying taxes they may owe. Although Richard Hatch, an openly gay man who enjoys traipsing around in the buff, and Wesley Snipes, an African American with a militant streak may not be media darlings like Reade Seligmann, they should be treated equally and justly. 

Note: below is a link to the latest installment (Part 12 of 17) of Episode V of “The MisAdventures of Super-Duper Cooper.” Be sure to visit the site for Commentary, Insights, and Analysis which follows the comic strip, to get the best educational value. At the end of the commentary is a link for feedback. Enjoy.

LINK: http://justice4nifong.com/direc/sdcDirec/sdcEpv/sdc163.htm

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Face reality,Reade Seligmann never touched Crystal Mangum.Who'd want to.He deserves every penny for the hell him and his two co-defendants went through.

Nifong Supporter said...


Anonymous said...
"Face reality,Reade Seligmann never touched Crystal Mangum.Who'd want to.He deserves every penny for the hell him and his two co-defendants went through."


Whether or not Seligmann deserved the shakedown money is not the issue. Do you have a comment about his efforts to evade paying taxes on his $20 mil windfall?

Anonymous said...

I don't suppose a lot of 20 year old guys know much about tax laws neither do a lot of adults.This is probably just another false accusation like the phony rape charge.Since Reade Seligmann never committed a crime in his life,unlike lying prostitute Crystal Mangum,I doubt if he was trying to evade anything.Currently he is in law school and says he wants to help other people who were wrongly accused and make something positive out of his horrible experience.I still don't understand why any AA would defend disbarred loser Mike Nifong who tried to use the black community for his own selfish purpose when he knew all along that this gang rape had never happened because no white man would want to have sex with Crystal Mangum.

guiowen said...

I agree with 3:07. I'm sorry to see Sidney jumping in with certain others who just assume that, if accused of something, Reade Seligman has to be guilty. I would have thought he'd have learned better from the 2006 events.

Kilgo said...
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Nifong Supporter said...


Anonymous said...
"I don't suppose a lot of 20 year old guys know much about tax laws neither do a lot of adults.This is probably just another false accusation like the phony rape charge.Since Reade Seligmann never committed a crime in his life,unlike lying prostitute Crystal Mangum,I doubt if he was trying to evade anything.Currently he is in law school and says he wants to help other people who were wrongly accused and make something positive out of his horrible experience.I still don't understand why any AA would defend disbarred loser Mike Nifong who tried to use the black community for his own selfish purpose when he knew all along that this gang rape had never happened because no white man would want to have sex with Crystal Mangum."


Anyone with an ounce of common sense who is gifted $20 million is going to secure a financial adviser or CPA. Surely Reade, or his parents would have seen to that. For him to plead ignorance, or for someone to do so on his behalf is not credible. Also, keep in mind that his two co-defendants evidently paid their taxes.

With regards to Mike Nifong, the Durham African American community shamefully did not support him. Wooing the black vote has not, and currently is not a time-tested prescription for winning an election. By pursuing the prosecution of the Duke Lacrosse boys, Mr. Nifong put what would have been an easy victory at the polls in severe jeopardy. Had he dismissed the charges against the Duke Lacrossed defendants, as he was pressured to do, his victory would have been unchallenged and uneventful.

Nifong Supporter said...


guiowen said...
"I agree with 3:07. I'm sorry to see Sidney jumping in with certain others who just assume that, if accused of something, Reade Seligman has to be guilty. I would have thought he'd have learned better from the 2006 events."


Reade Seligmann received his $20 million payday in 2007. Taxes should have been paid in 2008, nearly three years ago.

The Internal Revenue Service, though not beloved, is none the less more credible than many institutions. Now, had Reade Seligmann paid the taxes owed back in 2008 or even more recently, a lien would not have been placed against him in 2011.

His attorney Jim Cooney and others may state that a mistake was made, and they are correct. Seligmann made a mistake by not paying taxes due on his windfall, and not a mistaken placement of a lien by the IRS as Seligmann defenders would like to infer.

Kilgo said...
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Anonymous said...

I said no white man would want to have sex with Crystal Mangum and it was the lacrosse players who were the victims because they were falsely accused of rape.

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Kilgo said...
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guiowen said...

Please don't feed the troll!

Anonymous said...

I wonder what disbarred loser Mike Nifong is doing these days.At least he can't frame innocent people anymore.

Nifong Supporter said...


Anonymous said...
"I wonder what disbarred loser Mike Nifong is doing these days.At least he can't frame innocent people anymore."


I believe that it is accurate to say that Mr. Nifong is enjoying life, and I feel that it is safe to say that he is relieved not to have to be dealing with a corrupt justice system.

Nifong Supporter said...


Since neither the biased media nor Nifong detractors want to discuss tax evasion by Reade Seligmann on the $20 million he received as a "settlement" from Duke University, let's move on.

Recently there was an opinion by a guest columnist, Bob Wilson, regarding the anniversary of the beer-guzzling, stripper ogling party the Duke lacrosse players held in 2006. My opinions are stated in the next blog and I would be interested in yours.

Anonymous said...

Maybe Nifong is thinking back to days when he could abuse the power of his office and wreck the lives of innocent people.All he can do these days is commit self abuse.

Robert said...

how about this? We discuss the tax evasion if you discuss the scholorship wrongly awarded to Magnum. Deal?

Anonymous said...

For all of you wondering who the mysterious Mr. "Anonymous" is it will come as no surprise that he is the same guy who runs the "Durham-In-Wonderland" blog. He will NEVER tell you who he is because he is a coward and a (in his own mind) master of propaganda.

Steven Matherly
Proud Supporter of The U.S. Constitution, Due Process, Civil Rights, and Crystal Manugum's right not to be treated as if she wasn't a human being like the rest of us.