by LauraLoo

As reported by Fox News, one of the most outrageous pieces of testimony from yesterday’s House hearing on the IRS scandal came from Sue Martinek of the Coalition for Life of Iowa, who detailed her extensive back-and-forth in 2008 and 2009 with an IRS agent out of the Cincinnati office after she applied for tax-exempt status.  Martinek said her group was asked to make an incredible concession in order for the application to be approved:

[The agent] told me verbally that we needed to send in a letter with the entire board’s signatures, stating that… we would not picket, protest, or organize outside of Planned Parenthood. Upon receiving such a letter, she indicated that the IRS would allow our application to go through.

Below is the full testimony of Ms. Martinek:

Iowa anti-abortion group leader describes ‘harassment’ by IRS from Chris Sweigart on Vimeo.

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