A brief note from The Citizen of Auburn, New York, from :
While most Americans are thinking about paying their income taxes, Katherine Kohrman of Brattleboro, Vt., is thinking about not paying hers. Ms. Kohrman, an anti-war activist, made news in by refusing to pay income taxes in order to protest military spending. She says she will continue her tax resistance movement in . Ms. Kohrman, 26, complied with a court order to turn over her tax records to the Internal Revenue Service. But she refused to hand over her records, and also refused to pay a $300 fine imposed by a federal judge. The IRS still hasn’t billed Ms. Kohrman for her back taxes. A spokesman said, “The wheels of government grind slowly. Just because it’s taken what may seem to some people to be a long time, I don’t think she should feel safe.”
I haven’t found much else about Kohrman on-line or elsewhere. She’s listed as the author of The Common Ground Dessert Cookbook, and co-signed a letter regretting the policies of new owners of the Common Ground Community Restaurant in Brattleboro. Elsewise, the interwebs is unrevealing, and she doesn’t appear in the index of my war tax resistance books.