The Internal Revenue Service has denied tax-exempt status to a group that claimed it was dedicated to protecting the human rights of defenseless victims of involuntary microwave and mind control attacks.

In a private letter ruling that was released last month, the IRS denied an application for tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)3 of the Tax Code, which mainly applies to charitable and religious organizations. The name of the group, its officials and location were all redacted from the publicly released document.

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