Written by Current TCCC Resident
Residents currently assigned to the Texas Civil Commitment Center in Littlefield, Texas are being threatened and coerced to pay 33% of any stimulus check received by the Federal Government. Residents that received a $1200.00 stimulus check were required to pay $396.00 to the Texas Civil Commitment Center (TCCO). Residents that received a $600.00 stimulus check were required to pay $198.00 to TCCO; residents that received a $1400.00 stimulus check were required to pay $462.00 to the TCCO. TCCO extorts a grand total of $1096.00 of a resident’s economic impact payment.
If a resident refuses to pay 33% of their stimulus checks to TCCO, residents will be punished by not being allowed to make inside (commissary) or outside (vendor) packages with Wal-Mart, Amazon, etc. Residents will not be allowed to receive home packages from family and friends as well.
Economic Impact Payments are not considered taxable income, and an individual is not required to report it as income on their federal income tax return. TCCO has chosen to violate federal law.