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IRS Should, And Could, DENY Whether Donald Trump Is Being Currently Audited — Without Violating Law?

by Anura Guruge


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Click to access ‘USA Today’ story. Google for many, many more.


Yes, the IRS has privacy laws, as it should, to stop it from divulging information about taxpayers and their status.

BUT from what I can see the IRS, or for that matter any agency, can DENY A FALSEHOOD without compromising privacy laws — especially IF it impugns your integrity.

This is a matter of National importance.

IF Trump is not being audited the President or the Attorney General on behalf of the IRS should make a statement that “per the IRS Trump is not being currently audited”.


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by Anura Guruge

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Anthem Computer System MORE Screwed Up Than Healthcare.gov, BUT Anthem Blackmailing Media NOT To Say Anything.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.

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Anura Guruge


Related posts:
>> I report Anthem to Attorney General
>>Jan. 4, 2014.
>> Anthem lies about payment
>>Jan. 3, 2014.
>> Finally enrolled — Dec. 27, 2013.

++++ Search ‘Anthem’ for my new woes with damn ‘Anthem’ >>>>


The CLOUT of the Advertising Dollars.

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Anthem’s systems are so bogged down and malfunctioning that they are now trying to process
enrollments by HAND!

Heard it from the horse’s mouth itself yesterday.

Yes, I called again yesterday.
After a 97 minute hold I got through.

I still don’t have coverage
DESPITE now 2 confirmation e-mails!

They admit that they can’t cope
and that they have basically given up.

But, here is the doozie.

They are blackmailing all media outlets from reporting about it.

I have called up WMUR multiple times since Thursday to tell them that they need to cover this.

Notice they are covering the ‘Fred Fuller‘ non-story.

BUT not a peep about Anthem.

Anthem has GAGGED them.

But, Anthem & Wellpoint stock will soar.

Just one continuous chain of fraud, deception and duplicity.

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I Report Anthem (New Hampshire) To The N. H. Attorney General For Consumer Fraud For Duping Me Of Obamacare Insurance.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.

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Anura Guruge


Related posts:
>> Anthem lies about payment
>>Jan. 3, 2014.
>> Finally enrolled — Dec. 27, 2013.
>> System lies … — Dec. 20, 2013.
>> Finally completed …
>>Dec. 19, 2013.

++++ Search ‘healthcare’ for my woes with that damn Website >>>>


Despite TWO (2) confirmation e-mails saying I submitted my 1st month premium
Anthem maintains that I have NO coverage because I have NOT paid.

See yesterday’s post.

So today I filed a complaint with the N.H. Attorney General.

Click to ENLARGE.

Click to ENLARGE.

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Yesterday I filed an official complaint with the N.H. Insurance Department.

I am NOT going to let these bastards get away with this.

Click to ENLARGE.

Click to ENLARGE.

New Hampshire Stories: Laconia Rotary Club and the ‘University of Whales’

by Anura Guruge


Getting inducted into Laconia Rotary (in Sept. 2001, I think), by the late Kinney O’Rouke, wearing my ‘Granite State Ambassador’ (GSA) shirt, the first thing that Kinney got me into.

University of Swansea

University of Swansea, across from Mumbles Beach with its amazing long (I think 2 mile) tidal ebb-and-flow. No we didn’t use the beach much. During term time it was usually too cold.


Laconia Rotary Park with the historic Belknap Mill in the background, where Laconia Rotary has their meetings (on the 3rd floor).


“New Hampshire Stories” sets out to chronicle noteworthy, but mostly amusing, events from my 3 decades in New Hampshire.
Check the CATEGORY ‘New Hampshire Stories’ or do a SEARCH using sidebar search box for ‘stories’ for other posts.

How I met the once bestriding Kinney O’Rouke in the parking lot of the Laconia CVS and how me got me involved in ‘Granite State Ambassadors‘ (GSA) and Laconia Rotary were described in this July 14, 2012, post. So I won’t revisit that again. If you want the background, please read that post.

Kinney who was President of Laconia Rotary at the time ‘fast tracked’ my induction. I had to fill in a questionnaire about my life and meet with a 3 person ‘Induction Committee’ who wanted to ensure that I had integrity (and took regular showers). Anyway, since Kinney wanted me (and that was mainly to boost his recruitment score) they agreed to have me, integrity be damned.

I was not the first non-white that had been inducted. Dr. Prabhkar K. Shetty, the renowned Ophthalmologist from Gilford, had been a member for a longtime. But, I was by far, the most exotic person they had inducted and that was what Kinney wanted. As Kinney emphasized from the start, we were going to have fun and that fun started with my induction ceremony.

Birthdays are a BIG deal at Laconia Rotary. Around the time of your birthday you are supposed to bring in an item that is then auctioned, at the weekly lunchtime meeting, to raise money for the Club. The goal is to sell your item for as much as you can. So some get very creative and I remember items selling for $300. So, as part of the induction they announce your birthday. Based on a comment I had made that I knew somebody that was born on that day, Kinney announced that my birthday was ‘April 1’ — thus trying to set the tone that I was a clown, if not a fool.

Right after the induction meeting, Kinney tells me: ‘You are ON for the next 2 weeks. You are doing the presentation. Just tell them about your life‘. Another brilliant Kinney move. Each weekly Rotary meeting is supposed to have a ‘meaningful’ (hopefully educational) 20 – 30 minute presentation. As with the Birthday Auction each member is supposed to find speakers to fill these slots — again some setting out to excel (and keeping their speaker secret until the meeting). Once when it was my turn, I got Philip McLaughlin who had just finished his term as the Attorney General of NH. (Yes, they were impressed. Philip, a Laconia native, wowed them.) So, by getting me to fill in 2 slots, right away, Kinney, as President, didn’t have to worry about whether those two meetings were going to have speakers — that always been a challenge. [If he didn’t have school, e.g., Summer, Matthew, who was 8-9, used to attend the meetings with me, kids being encouraged to attend. At one of the meetings the speaker did not show up. I bribed Matthew, who had just come back from ‘Global Finals’, to talk about Destination Imagination (DI). I can’t remember what the bribe was, but I know it was expensive. He must have been 9 at the time. He got up on the podium. His face just about cleared it. So, he is now facing 100 adults. He, hesitated for a minute, but then launched straight in. He got a standing ovation. For the next 2 weeks I would meet people in Laconia or Gilford who would say: ‘I heard about your son’s speech at Rotary‘.]

So, per Kinney, my brief was that in my 1st slot, I had to talk about my ‘early’ life and that the 2nd slot should be about my experiences in high-tech.

Ed Engler, Laconia Daily Sun

Ed Engler at our wedding, January 1, 2003 — looking very happy, as he should.

So, as instructed, I did my first presentation talking about my life in Ceylon, growing up in the U.K. and going to school there.

As per rote, the proceedings of all the Rotary meetings are documented and posted on the Web. In those days, given his professional credentials, our official chronicler of all matters Rotary was Ed Engler, the Editor/President of the Laconia Daily Sun. Ed is a great guy. Very nice, very obliging. But, as anybody who is familiar with the Laconia Daily Sun will know, Ed and his lovely crew don’t waste too much time about accuracy.

The meetings are on Thursday. The report of the proceedings get posted by Monday. So given that I was still new and curious, I checked what dear Ed had said about my presentation.

He had done a decent job covering my time in Ceylon, Buffalo, Paris and London, but then said: ‘he got his first degree from the University of WHALES’!

I am not exactly thin, but I am NOT that fat.

I called Ed up and asked him what that was all about. He says: ‘That is what you said, right? University of Whales‘.

Yes, I know I have an accent, ironically part of it Welsh undertones. So, Ed had heard my: ‘I went to Swansea, University of WALES’ and interpreted it, without ever thinking to check, that I had gone to the ‘University of WHALES‘.

Following that start, just for the fun of it, bottles of “Whaler’s” rum became my trademark auction item at Laconia Rotary.

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