Longtime St. Louis anchorman Larry Conners was fired from KMOV Wednesday after comments he made on Facebook about the Internal Revenue Service.
The demonstration was among dozens planned nationally Tuesday.
“I’m mad. It is un-American, it is wrong, and we have to make sure that this gets fixed,” Missouri’s senior senator said.
Conners has hired St. Louis attorney Merle Silverstein. Silverstein issued a letter to media outlets claiming that the corporate order “is the only reason for his silence.”
Conners wrote Monday night that shortly after he interviewed President Obama and his wife in April 2012 the IRS “started hammering” him.
A federal jury convicted 69-year-old Nancy Cicero of Kirkwood Wednesday on four counts of filing false claims with the IRS.
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KMOV’s Larry Conners took to Facebook Monday night saying he was also targeted by the agency following an interview with the President.
US Senator Claire McCaskill weighs in on the controversy that the IRS regularly targeted conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status.
Several tax preparation businesses in St. Louis City were raided by IRS agents Friday morning.