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First it was the IRS, as we noted here. Now it’s the DOJ and the IRS.

Seriously. As much as I don’t always agree with the government, I think they are the only people/group on the planet who have NEVER spammed any of my many email accounts. What’re the odds they’re gonna start now?

Or, indeed, that your first official notification of a confidential matter from any government agency would come in the form of email?

Can I just smack the Internet’s forehead and say, “Duh!”?

For the record, if you do get one of these suspect emails, Uncle Sam wants to know.

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