(Dear Future IRS CI’s: What Do You See When You Look Into The Mirror?)
This article comes from “informationliberation.com”
The IRS is hiring special agents who are willing to kill.
WE’RE HIRING SPECIAL AGENTS NOW!
Who are we?
Criminal Investigation (CI) is the law enforcement branch of the IRS. Our mission is to serve the American public by investigating potential criminal violations of the Internal Revenue Code, and related financial crimes, in a manner that fosters confidence in the tax system and compliance with the law.
As a Special Agent you will combine your accounting skills with law enforcement skills to investigate financial crimes. Special Agents are duly sworn law enforcement officers who are trained to “follow the money.” No matter what the source, all income earned, both legal and illegal, has the potential of becoming involved in crimes which fall within the investigative jurisdiction of the IRS Criminal Investigation. Because of the expertise required to conduct these complex financial investigations, IRS Special Agents are considered the premier financial investigators for the Federal government.
Criminal Investigation Special Agents are part of a diverse workforce that mirrors the taxpaying public we serve.
[…] Key Requirements
– Be a U.S. citizen
– Be 21 years of age by the time that you complete the training academy and no older than 37 years of age at time of appointment.
– Qualify based on education, specialized experience, or a combination of the two.
– Possess a valid driver’s license.
– Pass a background and criminal history record check.
– Pass a pre-employment medical exam.
– Pass a pre-employment drug test.
– Pass a pre-employment tax examination.
– Be legally allowed to carry a firearm.
– Adhere to the highest standards of conduct, especially in maintaining honesty and integrity.
– Work a minimum of 50 hours per week, which may include irregular hours, and be on-call 24/7, including holidays and weekends.
– Maintain a level of fitness necessary to effectively respond to life-threatening situations on the job.
– Carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, if necessary.
– Be willing and able to participate in arrests, execution of search warrants, and other dangerous assignments.
The Democrats’ misnamed “anti-inflation” bill gives $80 billion in funding to the IRS to facilitate the hiring of some 87,000 new IRS agents.