Redmond resident and anti-tax activist Bill Sizemore was released from jail today in Marion County where he had been serving a sentence on tax evasion charges. Sizemore was released after serving 18 days of a 30-day sentence according to a report from the Oregonian’s Jeff Mapes who wrote that Sizemore was released early after earning credit for good behavior.
Sizemore reportedly worked in the dormitory where he spend his two plus weeks, an experience that Sizemore called a “nightmare”. Sizemore told Mapes that he plans to perform his 100 hours of community service at a homeless shelter in Redmond. Sizemore, who has served as a conduit, for out-of-state anti-tax zealots, including Nevada millionaire Loren Parks, plead guilty to failing to file income tax returns in 2006, 2007 and 2008.