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August 26, 1986

A savings and loan manager who claims that taxes are unconstitutional was arrested at his desk in Daly City on criminal charges of failure to file state income taxes, a Franchise Tax Board spokesman said. Howard K. Wess, 35, was charged with failing to file state income tax returns from 1983 through 1985 on nearly $90,000 he allegedly earned as a computer operations manager. He was taken into custody in the office of First Nationwide Savings, said board spokesman Jim Reber.

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