Cancel the Tax-exempt Status Currently Extended to The Humane Society of the Untied States (HSUS)

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To: Mark W. Everson, Commissioner, U.S. Internal Revenue Service
RE: The Humane Society Of The United States

I, the undersigned, urge the United States Treasury Department to cancel the tax-exempt status currently extended to The Humane Society of the Untied States (HSUS) and its affiliated organizations under Section 501(c) of the U.S. Treasury Code.

By repeatedly and continuously:

1) Lobbying various offices of the legislative branch of federal and state governments, and using subsidiary organizations and creative accounting to make it appear as if their expenditures do not exceed the limits set forth by the IRS.
2)Employing & funding individuals and organizations devoted to domestic terrorism
3)Making fraudulent statements in their efforts to solicit donations, including, but not limited to, leading the general population to believe that they operate pet shelters.
4)Misappropriating funds that were donated by unwitting citizens who were led to believe that said funds would be earmarked for certain purposes.

HSUS has demonstrated that it is incapable of conducting itself in a manner expected of nonprofit groups receiving federal tax subsidies. HSUS should not enjoy tax-exempt status similar to that of universities, houses of worship, and legitimate social service and educational organizations.