Thom hartmann talks to a caller who says it was the economic policies of ronald reagan that led joe stack to commit suicide by crashing his plane into the austin, texas office of the irs in 2010. Andrew joseph stack, 53, has been identified as the man who flew a small plane into an austin building housing irs offices the statement was uploaded to the front page of a web site that was registered in 2003 by a joe stack, who listed an address in san marcos, texas, which is about 35 miles south of austin. A pilot furious with the irs crashed his small plane into an austin, texas, office building where nearly 200 federal tax employees work on thursday, ignited a raging fire.
The 2010 austin suicide attack occurred on february 18, 2010, when andrew joseph stack iii deliberately crashed his single-engine piper dakota light aircraft into building i of the echelon office complex in austin, texas, united states, killing himself and internal revenue service manager vernon hunter thirteen others were injured, two seriously. A single-engine plane crashed thursday into an office building housing the internal revenue service in austin, texas, in what law enforcement said could be a deliberate act by the pilot local law enforcement officials and the white house, however, said they did not believe the incident was an act of terrorism. Joseph stack, the 53-year-old software engineer who crashed his small plane into a seven-story office building in austin, texas, was part of a growing, violent anti-tax and anti-government movement that has become increasingly alarming to law enforcement agencies.
An anti-tax protester crashed his light plane into a texas building containing an office of the us internal revenue service today after setting fire to his house and publishing a rambling suicide manifesto on the internet.