Michael Stephens hates the Internal Revenue Service. He believes it steals his money, and he won’t stand for it.

“That’s all we are, is slaves,” says the 49-year-old truck driver from Georgia, who sued the agency. He claims he is entitled to damages through the Taxpayer Bill of Rights for alleged misconduct in tax collection by the IRS.

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