This January, I received from the IRS the shitload of documents I requested last April. I have read all of them.DaveDodo007 wrote:Erm.....What's happening then?
RDF has also submitted their 2013 return to the IRS - past the final deadline as usual. Link here.
It includes an alleged payout for "due NBGA" - but there remains no evidence that their alleged payout constitutes 100% of donations made to the scheme, and that no earmarked donations were misappropiated.
I can't even check amounts with the charities in question, because despite the fact that RDF state on page 7 that $193,423 has been disbursed - on page 11, only a single donation of $31,800 to Doctors Without Borders is noted.
I still haven't completed my referral to the IRS, but I know exactly what I'm going to say. It's a matter of having the time and the wherewithal to get it down in black and white and finally submit it.
I have changed my mind about one important thing, though: I'm not going to go straight to the media. I'm going to wait at least 12 months until after I receive confirmation from the IRS that they've received my referral - and then I'm going to send Dawkins the referral, with a list of things I would like him to do to fix RDF, or else it all goes to the media.
I might as well use his misguided self-interest to everyone's advantage - by blackmailing him into acting in his own best interests.