I read the story of a guy, who refused to pay his tax for many years because it would be unconstitutional and Internal Revenue Service was unable to sue him legally . I can't find the name of the guy and its story but I have the source for the law: In the 1980s, a man named William Benson, a former criminal investigator for the Illinois Department of Revenue for 10 years, made the astonishing discovery that the Sixteenth Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America was fraudulently declared into law without proper authorization of the States. Benson visited all 48 state capitals involved in the 1913 amendment ratification to examine the historical documents and see if the state governments had indeed ratified the amendment. The evidence was clear and obvious: Secretary of State Philander Chase Knox fraudulently issued a proclamation that 38 states had ratified the amendment, when in fact this was not true. (Benson has published his findings in his two-volume book series, The Law That Never Was.) It was no coincidence, then, that the Internal Revenue Service was established in 1913 and that the Federal Reserve Bank was established in 1913, the same year that the Sixteenth Amendment supposedly âbecame Constitutional lawâ. Instead it was an unlawful violation of Article I, Section 10 of the Constitution.