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A Federal Protective Service inspector made contact with Ha at the IRS facility.
When Ha became combative, he was placed in handcuffs and cited for trespassing.
While Ha was being escorted to the inspector’s vehicle, he attempted to spit on the physical security officer and the inspector.
Further, he attempted to head-butt the inspector in the face.
Ha had requested a tax refund from the IRS for Tax Years 20, but his request was denied.
Following the denial, Ha visited the TAC seeking reconsideration of his claim, and his case was then assigned to the IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS).
Ha resisted the guard’s attempts to remove him, threatened to bite him, and then threatened to return to the TAC with a gun to shoot everybody inside.The IRS employees feared for their safety and indicated that Ha’s conduct had become louder, angrier, and more hostile and aggressive with each visit to the IRS office.On April 3, 2015, a criminal complaint was filed against Ha and an arrest warrant was issued.Accordingly, Dickerson had violated the condition of her pretrial release that she not violate any Federal, State, or local law.Her pretrial release was revoked on August 29, 2017, and she was remanded to custody.