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Exposing the tax returns of the anti gun crowd

Discussion in 'Activism' started by gopguy, Sep 26, 2007.

  1. gopguy

    gopguy Participating Member

    Jun 16, 2005
    S.W. Ohio
  2. Angio333

    Angio333 New Member

    Mar 6, 2007
    Exposed: Ohio anti-gunners' 2004 & 2005 IRS returns

    Exposed: Ohio anti-gunners' 2004 & 2005 IRS returns

    By Chad D. Baus

    As I was preparing to put Buckeye Firearms Association's latest set of campaign finance report figures on this website, I was reminded of a figure who has been appearing frequently in news stories about 'Castle Doctrine' legislation - someone I haven't much cared to spend time on in the past year or so because, frankly, she hasn't much mattered.

    That someone is Toby Hoover, who heads what University of Toledo professor Brian Patrick memorably referred to at the NRA's 2005 Annual Meeting and Convention as a “coalition of two” (the Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence, or OCAGV).

    Hoover never releases reports like ours, because she has cloaked the OCAGV behind a declaration of being a tax-exempt, not-for-profit charity, or as the IRS refers to it, a 501(c)(3).

    As I revealed in August of 2005 ("Exposed: Pulling back the curtain on the gun grabbers' Wizard of Toledo"), Hoover can't hide everything about where her anti-gun funding comes from. OCAGV is required to turn in an IRS Form 990 each year, which becomes a public record.

    It was not yet available to me when I published that first analysis of the sources of her anti-gun funding, but Hoover had already filed the Form 990 for OCAGV's second full year of operation (2004). So imagine my curiosity when I discovered that she had filed an Amended 2004 form soon after the cat was out of the bag - after it was revealed that someone was watching - and that she filed a second Amended 2004 return several months later.

    Upon examination of the three 2004 forms, I became even more curious when I examined the area wherein Hoover's corrections had been made.

    You can read the entire article here:
  3. Linda

    Linda Member

    Sep 9, 2006
    central Ohio

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