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|True story: John proved to the Allen Circuit Court he is one of those people who would do just about anything to avoid paying taxes. Appearing before the Judge in answer to a subpoena issued by the Indiana Department of Revenue. Shannon, the state contended, owed $313 in deliquent taxes. The attorney representing the state revenue department asked John how much money he had with him in the courtroom. John replied that he had about $200. The Judge ordered John to turn over the money as partial payment. John refused, saying, "I'd rather spend 20 years in prison." With those words John took a wad of bills from his pocket, stuffed them in his mouth and began chewing. While John munched, the Judge told him he was in contempt of court for refusing to turn over the money. He then ordered John to be held in the county jail until he could purge himself of the contempt charge. John was still munching as the officers led him away to the lockup. Officer Jerry said later that enroute to the jail, John took the wad of currency from his mouth briefly and he saw the bills had been "pretty well" chewed up. Officers at the jail could not find the wad of bills on John and he told them he had flushed what was left of the bills down the toilet. What worried the officers was that the Judge also ordered them to retrieve the money so it can be applied to John's tax bill.
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