Back in October, we posted how tainted ABC Enforcement Director Boyce Hamlet had to pay state taxes owed since 2001 in order to keep his job (click to view previous post).
According to a document recently obtained from the Department of Finance and Administration, Hamlet told another lie and filed another false document when he was hired by DFA to head the enforcement section of the ABC...
At the time Hamlet was appointed to the position (even though he did not meet the written requirements for the position) and he signed the Acknowledgement of Receipt of Tax Obligation Policy form, he did and had in fact owed the state of Arkansas money for non payment of personal income tax since 2006. The DFA had filed a lien (a/k/a, Certificate of Indebtedness) against him because of the unpaid taxes.
|THIS DOCUMENT INDICATES THE TAXES WERE DUE IN APRIL 2001|
But when is another lie and the submission of yet another false document a problem for a habitual, pathological liar?
Arkansas Code Annotated § 26-18-202 states that any person that fails to pay taxes is a felon. Let's see Hamlet add that to his resume.
|Since Hamlet is a felon, how can he possibly be employed in law enforcement?|
CLICK TO VIEW FULL DOCUMENTS FILED WITH THE PULASKI CO. CIRCUIT CLERK
Apparently Republicans, like Hamlet, do not have a problem with individuals that don't pay taxes or try to claim too many tax credits. Hamlet took offense when it came to light that Asa Hutchinson claimed a homestead exemption on homes in NW and Central Arkansas.
Hamlet's psychological problem with mathematics not only poses problems with his administration abilities at the ABC but with simple addition problems as well.
Hutchinson defrauded Pulaski County $2,800 in taxes and penalties and was taken to task by the media for claiming it was an honesty mistake. What was Hamlet's excuse?