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Citigroup Banker 'Suicided' to Cover up Municipal Bond Fraud
« on: December 21, 2010, 11:52:43 AM »
Citigroup banker, 27, leaps to her death from 40-storey Trump apartment building

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Last updated at 8:49 AM on 21st December 2010

    * Friends baffled by suicide of dedicated worker who was committed to charitable causes
    * Tributes to woman who was 'joy to be around and to work with'

An attractive banker and charity worker described as having 'everything anyone could want' jumped to her death from the roof of the 40-storey Trump Place building in New York.

Jessica Fashano, 27, was found face down in a third-floor courtyard in Manhattan just after 8am on Saturday morning in a suicide that has left her friends and colleagues as baffled as they are distraught.

Her shocking plunge from an enormous height led one witness to say the sound of the impact was 'so loud I thought part of the building was falling.'


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1340176/Citigroup-banker-27-leaps-death-40-storey-Trump-building.html#ixzz18lYCeALX
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Re: Citigroup Banker Plunges to Her Death From Trump Apartment Building
« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2010, 12:02:34 PM »
People who think they are in danger should IMMEDIATELY start publicly announcing "on-record" that they are NEVER going to kill their-self/commit suicide no matter what.
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Re: Citigroup Banker Plunges to Her Death From Trump Apartment Building
« Reply #2 on: December 21, 2010, 12:27:25 PM »
Max Keiser posted this on his site a while back. It would appear that Citi has deleted the video recruitment presentation she did for them though.
http://maxkeiser.com/2010/12/20/suicide-bankers/
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Re: Citigroup Banker 'Suicided' to Cover up Municipal Bond Fraud
« Reply #3 on: December 21, 2010, 01:21:53 PM »
She probably knew about municipal bond fraud taking place in Citigroup and they suicided her so she couldn't blow the whistle? Or they threw her off the roof to draw attention away from this little reported story of municipal bond fraud?



$2 trillion municipal bond debt crisis could bring down 100 US cities, analyst warns
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2010/12/2-trillion-debt-crisis-bring-100-cities-analyst-warns/
By John Byrne
Tuesday, December 21st, 2010 -- 9:05 am

A new disaster is looming, according to a prominent market research analyst.

Meredith Whitney, a financial analyst who runs her own consulting firm and correctly predicted the major debt fallout of Citigroup, warned in a little-reported on interview Sunday that as many as 100 US cities face default on their municipal bonds.

Cities and states issue bonds to pay for public services. The trouble is that municipalities are no longer collecting enough in taxes to meet their budgetary needs. According to a 60 Minutes report Sunday -- which received almost no attention by the popular press -- US cities have spent nearly half a trillion more than they've collected in taxes, and face pension shortfalls of $1 trillion. Video of the CBS piece follows this article.

"Next to housing this is the single most important issue in the US and certainly the biggest threat to the US economy," Whitney told a CBS 60 Minutes' interviewer Sunday night.

"There's not a doubt on my mind that you will see a spate of municipal bond defaults. You can see fifty to a hundred sizeable defaults – more," Whitney added. "This will amount to hundreds of billions of dollars' worth of defaults."

Whitney became a household name in the investment community after issuing a dire report on Citigroup in 2007, prior to the global credit crisis. She predicted the bank would face a whopping credit crunch -- which it did -- and cut its dividend -- which it also did. The bank was subsequently forced to accept a massive government bailout.

Citigroup holds the most municipal bond debt out of all the banks in the US.

"Detroit is cutting police, lighting, road repairs and cleaning services affecting as much as 20% of the population," the Guardian's Elena Moya noted late Monday, writing about the 60 Minutes piece. "The city, which has been on the skids for almost two decades with the decline of the US auto industry, does not generate enough wealth to maintain services for its 900,000 inhabitants."

"The nearby state of Illinois has spent twice as much money as it has collected and is about six months behind on creditor payments," Moya added. "The University of Illinois alone is owed $400m, the CBS program said. The state has a 21% chances of default, more than any other, according to CMA Datavision, a derivatives information provider.

She continued: "California has raised state university tuition fees by 32%. Arizona has sold its state capitol and supreme court buildings to investors, and leases them back."

Municipal bond traders dismissed Whitney's concerns Monday as overblown on CNBC Monday.

“She’s being alarmist,” an unnamed "one of the largest municipal bond portfolio managers in the country" told CNBC.

“I can’t make the numbers work,” Ben Thompson, an industry titan who manages billions in tax-exempt bonds, added. “You’ve got to basically have New York, Chicago, Phoenix, Los Angeles—these cities start to default…the numbers just don’t add up.”

Some investors believe the default of a major city is low, arguing that states would be likely to bail out their beleaguered metropolises. States are not legally permitted for file for bankruptcy (though municipalities are).

But the municipal and state debt crisis is real, and not even the richest counties are immune. Earlier this month, The New York Times reported on the affluent New York county of Nassau, where a Republican county executive -- "who won one of the first upsets of the Tea Party era" -- came into office and promptly cut taxes without trimming public benefits or services.

The county’s deficit now approaches nearly $350 million.

    That things could get so dire in this wealthy county, where property taxes are the second highest in the nation, offers a lesson in what happens when anti-tax fervor meets the realities of disappearing revenues and a punch-drunk economy. At heart, though, the situation — like state budget crises in New York, New Jersey and Illinois — illuminates the troubles long-prosperous governments, with established interest groups and residents accustomed to high levels of services, face in adapting to protracted lean times.

    “It’s the crisis of affluence,” said E. J. McMahon, director of the Manhattan Institute’s Empire Center for New York Policy. “It’s not just a problematic old inner city that can’t get out of its old way of doing things,” he said. “What makes Nassau a microcosm of New York State is its high spending, high taxes, intransigent unions, a pronounced taste for debt, and a sense that too many people in both parties have a stake in keeping it all that way.”

In June, New York state announced that they would borrow from the state's pension fund to make current payments to the fund, a maneuver that the New York Times described as a "sleight of hand."

"Pension costs for the state and municipalities are soaring, a result of enhanced retirement benefits for public employees and the decline in the stock market over the past two years," the Times Danny Hakim wrote in June. "And, given declines in tax revenue and larger budget shortfalls, the governments are struggling to come up with the money to make the contributions."

"Under the plan, the state and municipalities would borrow the money to reduce their pension contributions for the next three years, in exchange for higher payments over the following decade," Hakim continued. "They would begin repaying what they borrowed, with interest, in 2013.

"The maneuver would cost the state and local governments about $1.85 billion in interest payments, according to an estimate by the State Senate, though a number of factors could drive interest payments up or down," Hakim added.

In settling charges that they defrauded the municipal bond market in a bid-rigging scheme, Bank of America Corp. said earlier this month that it would pay over $137 million in restitution to schools, hospitals, counties, state attorneys and the Internal Revenue Service, among others.

Assistant Attorney General Christine Varney, antitrust chief at the US Department of Justice, warned that Americans would see "a lot more activity in the coming weeks and months" on municipal bond enforcement.

In an email to Bloomberg, Howard University law professor Andrew Gavil said that Bank of America's settlement was "likely the tip of the iceberg" and their conspirators were likely to face even larger fees.

Bank of America had been assisting the government's probe of the bond markets after self-reporting the alleged fraud. Varney said the probe was ongoing.

More than a dozen other firms including JPMorgan Chase & Co., UBS AG, and Societe Generale were also noted as unindicted co-conspirators.


This video is from CBS' 60 Minutes, broadcast Dec. 19, 2010.

http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7166293n
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Re: Citigroup Banker 'Suicided' to Cover up Municipal Bond Fraud
« Reply #4 on: December 21, 2010, 02:11:24 PM »
SEC sends more subpoenas in mortgage probe — sources
Citigroup, Bank of America among a number of banks said to be drawn into the inquiry




msnbc.com news services
updated 12/17/2010 6:17:57 PM ET 2010-12-17T23:17:57

U.S. regulators have opened a new line of inquiry in their mortgage foreclosure probe and are asking big Wall Street banks about the beginning stages of mortgage securitization, two sources familiar with the probe told Reuters.

The Securities and Exchange Commission launched the new phase of its investigation by sending out a fresh round of subpoenas last week, the sources said. The recipients included some of the nation's biggest banks: Bank of America Corp., Citigroup Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co., Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Wells Fargo & Co., they added.

Meanwhile, the states of Arizona and Nevada on Friday filed civil lawsuits, alleging that the lenders of misleading and deceiving homeowners who have tried to modify mortgages.

More: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/40720247/ns/business-real_estate/
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Re: Citigroup Banker Plunges to Her Death From Trump Apartment Building
« Reply #5 on: December 21, 2010, 07:59:54 PM »
People who think they are in danger should IMMEDIATELY start publicly announcing "on-record" that they are NEVER going to kill their-self/commit suicide no matter what.

They should also make their secret knowledge public ASAP, so the corporate criminals no longer have any motive to silence them.  If all the books start opening at once, they won't be able to punish everyone at the same time.

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Re: Citigroup Banker 'Suicided' to Cover up Municipal Bond Fraud
« Reply #6 on: December 21, 2010, 08:26:53 PM »
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Friends and colleagues of Jessica Fashano are grieving today for the bright Citigroup analyst and philanthropist who jumped to her death from a 40-story high-rise in New York City this weekend.

Early Saturday morning, the 27-year-old entered a luxury apartment complex where she didn't reside and rode the elevator to the roof, according to The New York Times. Police found her body in the building's internal courtyard at around 8 a.m.

So who was Jessica Fashano? Surge Desk presents four facts about her.

1. She was brilliant and ambitious
Fashano grew up in New Jersey and graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University in 2005, according to Business Insider. After earning her degree in finance and international business, she started working for Citigroup as an analyst.

A Citigroup recruitment video featuring Fashano can be found here.

2. She was depressed
Police said Fashano had been taking medication to treat depression, according to the New York Post. But friends were shocked that the normally high-spirited Fashano would take her own life.

"It's like something just changed overnight," close friend Michelle Javian, who was scheduled to meet Fashano for brunch on Saturday, told the Times. "Something just snapped, and we don't know."

3. She was known for her big heart
In addition to helping raise money for The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund, the Acumen Fund and Harboring Hearts Housing, Fashano helped lead charity programs at Citigroup.

4. She appeared to have it all
Accounts of Fashano from friends and co-workers add even more mystery to her suicide. More from the Times:

"She just had everything someone could want to be successful," Javian said. "She was always the leader, had everything organized."

"Whenever anyone wanted anything done, we could always lean on Jess," said Sharma West, co-chairwoman of the Acumen Fund, where Fashano worked.
http://www.aolnews.com/2010/12/20/jessica-fashano-4-facts-about-the-citigroup-banker-who-jumped-t/

She also worked at The acumen Fund which specialized in investment in the Third World.
They apparently are working on something having to do with the water infrastructure of India. Sounds like a potential Economic Hit Man style thing possibly.
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As an example, in 2004 Acumen Fund invested $600,000 in WaterHealth International, a company that set out to bring safe drinking water to rural Indians, something long thought nearly impossible. One year after our first investment, they had broken ground on two new water systems. Working with Acumen to modify the design of the water facility, a year later WHI had ten systems in operation, and had started to attract the interest of additional investors. Three years after Acumen’s initial investment, WHI had raised $11 million in private capital and were speaking with banks about financing an additional 20 systems.

Today, WHI has developed over 275 systems that impact the lives of over 350,000 people, and they are still growing. With over $30 million now raised, this is a company that leveraged a powerful business model, dedicated leadership, and the support of patient capital, to create an innovative new approach to tackling India’s water challenges.

Flexible, long-term investments of patient capital for businesses like WHI are changing the way the world fights poverty. To see how patient capital has impacted millions of other people, please take a look at our individual investment pages.
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AND...Andrea Soros Colombel sits on Acumen's Board Of Directors.
http://www.acumenfund.org/about-us/board-of-directors.html

She is the daughter of George Soros.
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Andrea Soros lives and/or works in New York, NY.

Areas of interest: politics & government , nonprofits
Andrea Soros personal relations:
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Other current Andrea Soros relationships:
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Re: Citigroup Banker 'Suicided' to Cover up Municipal Bond Fraud
« Reply #7 on: December 21, 2010, 08:33:19 PM »
"Vulture" capital funds strike again.

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Re: Citigroup Banker 'Suicided' to Cover up Municipal Bond Fraud
« Reply #8 on: December 21, 2010, 09:11:14 PM »
My assertion:

Probably suicided – no letter. Testimony =(anonymous) is CIA/NSA. Look at how woman commit suicide in the stats.

Spooks didn’t wonna risk a “Good by” note like in Stacks case- They’ve burned their fingers with Joe Stack. Leave it this time.

If you replace “jump” with “suicided” it all of a sudden comes crystal clear.

Why do bankers always get pushed from a roof?

It’s the easiest way of murder without much hastle in cleaning up evidence- and suicide is assumed very quickly. Just look at this case. Why do the police and the MSM immediately state?:

“Jessica Fashano, commited suicide”? while “At this point, there’s no indication of any backstory or motivation. No note was left.”???

“The police said they did not suspect foul play.”

So no indication of any backstory or motivation but immedaitely – no foul play. BS!

This very rare moon discovery “there hasn’t been one on Dec. 21 in 372 years, NASA says. ” turned me on. No coincedence. Satanist love this moon stuff.


‘It’s like something just changed overnight. Something just snapped, and we don’t know.’ VERY VERY BAD SIGN – FISHY

A resident who had returned from walking her dog rode with Miss Fashano in the lift. MMMM A RESIDENT??? HAS TO BE CHECKED

The woman, who declined to be named (WHY?), said Miss Fashano was dressed for the cold in Ugg boots and a winter jacket, and asked how she could get to the roof for views of the Hudson River and New Jersey.

She described Miss Fashano as seeming alert and aware. (MMM COULD BE A REAL WITNESS BUT ALERT AND AWARE MMMM BAD SIGN)

Police do not suspect foul play (THEY’RE INCOMPETENT A-HOLES) and said she was undergoing treatment for depression. (OH YEAH WHO DOESN’T NOWADAYS)

However, friends and workmates said she was always in high spirits.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1340176/Citigroup-banker-27-leaps-death-40-storey-Trump-building.html


Miss Fashano was dressed for the cold in Ugg boots and a winter jacket, and

asked how she could get to the roof for views of the Hudson River and New Jersey.

seeming alert and aware

Very suspicious conversation nevertheless – If they pulled vids of her it adds. People who are about to commit suicide having alert and aware conversations? No further details about the sound of her voice for instance. No further conversation: “Oh yeah Miss you have a beatifull sightseeing of this roof”

What was the actual way to get on the roof? And why did she know that but the victim didn’t?


She entered a West Side apartment house that she DID NOT LIVE IN, took an elevator to the roof.

Her apartment was about 16 blocks south of the residential tower at 180 Riverside Boulevard, where surveillance video showed her walking in on Saturday morning.

The resident, who declined to be identified was returning from walking her dog and rode up with Ms. Fashano in the elevator.

Why Ms. Fashano chose the Riverside Boulevard building is among the many questions surrounding her death. She left no note, and although the police said she was undergoing treatment for depression, friends and associates said she was always in high spirits.

She was always the leader.


Had everything organized except her own death.

I had a very organized uncle who comitted suicide, he did it organized and planned. No further apointments. (She did have) He even took of his always polsihed leather jacket. Waisted himself not the jacket.


Possible Linguistique association mind control in the story:

2x Awake – Alert -Aware.

2X Dead/RIVER – Riverside Boulevard building – Hudson RIVER – going down the RIVER – commiting suicide .

3X Warm – Warm Ugg Boots Warm winter Jacket – “where Ms. Fashano grew up” =Warm feelins.


Hudson RIVER plane crash not so long ago. Memory still fresh – Going down -crash.

New Jersey – No 2X Towers view anymore.

This for the river dead association – Cold also Hudson river in winter like with Hudson emeegency landing.


Ry Cooder – Vigilante Man – Lyrics excerpts

Sleepin’ in some good warm place.

Preacher Casey was just a workin’ man.

Killed him in the RIVER some strange man.

Ray Charles-I’m Going Down to the River Lyrics excerpts

Im goin down to the RIVER well endrown myself

(This all of course from the assumption that the conversation was scripted by satanists who always like to put these little details in.)


“It’s like something just changed overnight,” (Yeah you bet – Satanists) said Ms. Javian, who said she spoke to Ms. Fashano daily and was supposed to have had brunch with her on Saturday morning.

Banksters reputation was down the drain. Best way to tap directly into peoples feelings is like with 911. No thinking – just implicit – very good poor banker.

In this is of course merely a coincedence: Half of Bankers Would Quit If Bonus Payouts Disappointed http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-12-20/half-of-bankers-may-quit-if-bonuses-disappoint-recruiter-says.html


OEPS! Godammit! I hate these Satanists –> Dark side of the moon for Gotham http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/dark_side_of_the_moon_for_gotham_OL31pjdcKt7AZQniuNTEPI

The combination of a total eclipse of the moon and the winter solstice will make for a new-age nirvana over New York City early tomorrow.

Although lunar eclipses are common, there hasn’t been one on Dec. 21 in 372 years, NASA says.

Beginning at around 1:15 Tuesday morning — and reaching totality at 2:41 a.m. — the full moon will slip away from the Big Apple sky, turning a reddish brown as it finds cover in Earth’s shadow.

Weather permitting, stargazers in North and Central America and a sliver of South America will have the best seats to this year’s only total lunar eclipse.

Since the eclipse coincides with the winter solstice, the moon will appear high in the sky — making for easy viewing.

With recent volcanic eruptions around the globe dumping tons of dust into the atmosphere, scientists predict the moon may appear darker than usual during the eclipse, glowing an eerie red or brown instead of the usual orange-yellow tinge.

The totality phase, when the moon is entirely inside Earth’s shadow, will last a little over an hour.

“It’s perfectly placed so that all of North America can see it,” said eclipse expert Fred Espenak of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center.

The next total eclipse on the winter solstice will not occur until 2094.


WINTER f**k’N SOLSTICE MOON ECLIPS and SATANIST go together very well unfortunately! SACRIFICED!

The next total eclipse on the winter solstice will not occur until 2094. FREAKS!


This year’s winter solstice — an event that will occur next Tuesday — will coincide with a full lunar eclipse in a union that hasn’t been seen in 456 years.

The celestial eccentricity holds special significance for spiritualities that tap into the energy of the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year and a time that is associated with the rebirth of the sun.

Solstice-eclipse overlap first in 456 years http://www.infowars.com/solstice-eclipse-overlap-first-in-456-years/


Ritual Calendar: 2010

S = satanic
N = nazi
P = polytheistic (belief in and worship of more than one god)
T = thelemic

December
11/28, 12/5, 12/12, 12/19 S The Sundays of Advent
12/2-12/9 (begins eve of 12/2) N Chanukah
12/5 S New moon
12/5 S Sinterklaas (Holland)
12/6 S St. Nicholas’ Day
12/13 S St. Lucia’s Day
12/17 – 12/22 P Saturnalia
12/21 S St. Thomas Day – Fire
12/21 S Feast Day – Orgies
12/21 S Full moon
12/21 Total lunar eclipse: East Asia, Australia, Pacific, Americas, Europe
12/22 S N P Yule/Winter Solstice
12/24 S N Christmas Eve/Satanic and demon revels/Da Meur/Grand High Climax
12/25 S N Christmas Day
12/26 S Boxing Day (UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand)
12/26 S? St Stephen’s Day (Scotland)
12/31 S Full moon
12/31 S New Year’s Eve

Satanists like to Sacrifice mainly complete Innocent good people. Thta gives them more power in their twisted minds.

Wouldn’t be surprised if the time of dead is around midnight from 12/8 to 12/19 but on 12/19.


Ms Fashano is said to have asked a passing dog walker how to get to the roof of a 40-story luxury high-rise building on Riverside Boulevard on the Upper West Side at around 8 am Saturday morning. Minutes later, she plummeted to her death.

(13 Minutes in between max – less than 13 Minutes possible when found)

Her body was found at 8:13 a.m. on Saturday, in an internal courtyard of Trump Place – a luxury apartment complex on Riverside Boulevard where Fashano did not live.

“They have video showing her by herself (So who’s filming – do they film roofs nowadays?) she goes out onto the roof,” the source said.


The Upper West Side resident landed on the third-floor roof of the building and died instantly. Investigators believe that she knew someone who lived in the building and snuck in to climb up to the roof.

An analyst for Citigroup, Fashano graduated from Georgetown. It’s miserable — I feel for her friends and family, especially during the holiday season.

There are so many questions to ask here, especially because she didn’t leave a note. Was it actually suicide? Did the person she reportedly knew inside the building know she was coming by? And, how did a non-resident of the Trump Place Tower gain access to the roof of the building?

It’s common for building residents to access rooftop areas without any special permission. But how did a non-resident gain access to the roof? Could this have been prevented if there was stricter security in the building? There’s just something about this story that doesn’t add up.

http://thestir.cafemom.com/in_the_news/114027/jessica_fashano_suicide_could_it


1- “”They have video showing her by herself; she goes out onto the roof,” the source said.” (Probably twisted testimony - heard of)

2 – “Surveillance videos captured her walking into the Westside apartment block that morning, 16 blocks away from her own home on 52nd St.”
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Re: Citigroup Banker Plunges to Her Death From Trump Apartment Building
« Reply #9 on: December 21, 2010, 09:32:53 PM »
They should also make their secret knowledge public ASAP, so the corporate criminals no longer have any motive to silence them.  If all the books start opening at once, they won't be able to punish everyone at the same time.

Great point! I just do not understand why people think that they will be safe by keeping silent... Safety comes from massive publicity and dumping all secrets!! It just confounds me how people don't see that!

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Re: Citigroup Banker 'Suicided' to Cover up Municipal Bond Fraud|FLASHBACK...
« Reply #10 on: December 30, 2010, 07:17:01 PM »
Alex Jones Tv:"Mysterious Death of Barry Jennings"


If you haven't already seen this one, you absolutely MUST see it.



Also check out this other thread:

Jailed Tax Protester Found Dead in Prison


Jailed Tax Protester Richard Simkanin, Dead in Prison
Wed, 12/29/2010 - 11:10 — katkanning
http://newhampshirefreepress.com/node/680
By Kat Kanning
December 29th, 2010

Jailed Tax Protester Richard Simkanin died in prison at 12:43 yesterday. I spoke with Simakin's friend, Daniel Schinzing of Keene, TX, who said that Simkanin had been experiencing weakness, chest pain, and had a large lump on his chest. News of Simkanin's death was not a surprise, given his condition. He was 67 years old at the time of his death. Simkanin had been released from prison earlier this year, but jailed again after claims of violation of his terms of release. He had served seven years in federal prison after refusing to withhold taxes from his employees at his Bedford, TX plastics business. He had been sentenced to an additional 7 years after his alleged violation of terms of release.

Richard's story, according to http://www.dicksimkanin.com/

“Dick Simkanin stood up for America, for all American workers and for all American Business owners when he decided in 2000 that his company was no longer going to participate in the withholding racquet alledged forced and demanded by law from Congress. Dick had spent 6 years researching American history and foundational principles. Ultimately he was spiritually convicted that he had no business being an unpaid bookkeeper for the Federal government, therefore, he had to give his workers 100% of their pay. How American of him! Thank God for Dicks' courage as it has cost him everything. Ultimately, Dick was indicted after the government tried three times to no avail. A Grand Jury indicted him in June 2003, he was arrested and the criminal legal battle was on! We have also been following the case of Dick Simkanin, the owner of Arrow Custom Plastics located in Bedford, Texas, who, in 2000 stopped withholding income related taxes from the paychecks of his employees after receiving no answers from the IRS and his elected representatives to his questions about any law that required him to withhold. Neither the 2001, nor the 2002 grand juries would indict Simkanin for failure to withhold and turn over the tax. However, after the DOJ prevented Simkanin from appearing before the 2003 grand jury, this grand jury indicted him. Following a hearing before a Magistrate Judge, Simkanin was released, without bail, on his own recognizance. Days later, federal district court Judge John McBryde, accepting hearsay over direct evidence, ruled that Simkanin was a flight risk and a threat to society. Judge McBryde overruled the Magistrate Judge, ordering Simkanin jailed pending his trial which is currently scheduled for October 6th. Mr. Simkanin has been a federal prisoner for eleven weeks. Simkanin’s defense rested on the fact that he has committed no crime, that there is no law that required him to withhold. We believe this is a very courageous move by Simkanin. We believe he should have been acquitted. However, Dick Simkanin wanted the jury to reach the question of his guilt or innocence based on the material question of fact – is there a U.S. law that requires employers to withhold?”

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