Break the IRS's Wall of Silence

By Maggie Gallagher, New York Post - October 10, 2013

The National Organization for Marriage’s lawsuit against the IRS may be the case that finally breaks the IRS’s “omerta” code.

In the spring of 2012, NOM’s private tax-return data turned up splashed on the Web site of its chief political opponent, the Human Rights Campaign. The leak plainly came from the IRS, because the tax return published on the site was stamped with special codes the IRS uses on electronically filed returns.

The leaked, confidential information included a list of NOM donors. Making their names virtually invited harassment of these people.

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