Tom Cryer has practiced virtually every aspect of the law, both criminal and civil, with clientele consisting of numerous individuals, families and businesses. For years, Tom refused to file tax returns or pay income tax unless the government could show lawful authority to do either one. In 2006, Tom was indicted by the federal government, went to court and was acquitted by 12 jurors in Shreveport, Louisiana. They found that there is no law that makes the average American citizen liable for the income tax.
UFO historian Richard Dolan commented on the FBI's newly posted 1950 memo that recounts the discovery of flying saucers and aliens in New Mexico, as well as discussed various UFO cases, and the field of ufology. In the first hour, tax change advocates Tom Cryer and Bill Spillane discussed alternatives to the current tax system in the US. ... More »Host: George Noory
Appearing in the latter half of the show, paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren shared updates on a number of different topics. He was able to successfully extract recordings from a mysterious Cold War-era spy watch, and heard a group of men in Texas talking about creating a new aircraft. First hour guest, attorney Tom Cryer discussed the conviction of tax protesters Ed & Elaine Brown. In the second hour, Australian author Damien Broderick talked about psi research. ... More »Host: George Noory
Screenwriter, film producer, and co-author of Fastwalker with Jacques Vallee, Tracy Torme discussed his research into abductions and UFOs. Citing a lifelong interest in UFOs, Torme said his first suspicion that the phenomena was real came from "the tortured explanations of the skeptics." His goal of someday making a UFO film lead him to become friends with research giants like Budd Hopkins, J. Allen Hynek, and Dr. John Mack. In the latter half of the interview's first hour, Travis Walton joined the program to talk about his abduction experience, which Torme developed into the screenplay for the film Fire in the Sky. Walton attributed his abduction to being "in the wrong place at the wrong time." In response to that, Torme noted that Walton may be "the luckiest abductee ever," since his research suggests that abductions are normally recurring events throughout the abductee's life. Torme talked of balancing his work in television with his esoteric interest, includi ... More »Host: George Noory
Main guest, former IRS Special Agent Joe Banister, was joined during the evening by FairTax proponent Bill Spillane, former IRS examiner Sherry Jackson, and attorney Tom Cryer for a look at the constitutionality and legality of current income tax laws. ... More »Host: George Noory