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OKC linked Jm Bolt accused of involvement in murder
« on: October 18, 2013, 12:53:08 pm »
Sep. 4, 2013

James W. Bolt will be staying in jail after a federal court hearing Wednesday in which an FBI agent said the Rogers businessman was suspected of being an accessory to a 2011 murder in southwest Missouri.

Bolt, 60, has been held in the Benton County jail since his arrest last week on a federal criminal complaint alleging 12 counts of mail fraud, wire fraud and money laundering — white collar crimes for which pre-trial release is routine.

But at the detention hearing in Fayetteville before U.S. Magistrate Erin Setser, FBI Special Agent Robert Cessario testified that Bolt was also being investigated for a possible connection to the Feb. 20, 2011, murder of Jack McCain, 67, of Rogers.
Feb. 16, 2004

A northwest Arkansas executive who has sued and been sued by Arkansas Business Publishing Group testified last week in a preliminary hearing for the state murder trial of Terry Nichols, accused co-conspirator in the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.

Jim Bolt of Rogers, former chief operating officer of Golf Entertainment Inc. of Springdale, was called to testify about photographs showing the Murrah building at the moment of explosion that were said to be in the possession of his business associate, John Culbertson.

Detectives raided Culbertson's Centerville, Va., home in January looking for the images.


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« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2014, 02:59:55 pm »
Jim Bolt Pleads Guilty to Fraud, Money Laundering

Bolt pleaded guilty, thursday Jan 16th, to one count each of wire fraud, mail fraud and money laundering before U.S. District Judge Robert T. Dawson in Fort Smith.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Glen R. Hines, who is prosecuting the case, had filed notice that he planned to drag Bolt's criminal history into the trial to support its contention that the unclaimed property schemes were consistent with his established "modus operandi."

However, as part of his plea deal with federal prosecutors, 11 additional counts leveled against him by a Fayetteville grand jury will be dismissed, and his trial, scheduled for Jan. 29, has been canceled.

No date for sentencing has been set.


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« Reply #2 on: May 18, 2014, 03:55:43 pm »
Jim Bolt's Sentencing Scheduled for June

Monday, Apr. 28, 2014

A drama of special interest to your Whispers crew is moving toward its denouement: James W. Bolt — aka Jim Bolt and Jimm Bolt — is scheduled to be sentenced in federal court in Fayetteville on June 25.

Bolt, of Rogers, was a businessman only in the loosest sense of the word. Arkansas Business first became acquainted with him when he was operating a pump-and-dump stock scheme a dozen years ago. He was later acquitted when federal prosecutors charged him and his entourage of an investment kickback scheme.

He operated at least two “businesses” that claimed to treat cancer.

Last year he was finally caught dead to rights in a ridiculously complicated and temporarily successful scheme to claim millions of dollars worth of unclaimed property held by the state of California.

And this time, the federal magistrate wouldn’t even let him remain free while awaiting sentencing. He’s been in jail — first in Benton County, now in Washington County — since August.

In January, he pleaded guilty to one count each of wire fraud, mail fraud and money laundering.

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« Reply #3 on: February 24, 2017, 01:42:27 pm »
What these people all share in common right through to Trafficant is the belief that Jews are the enemy and engaged in an international pro Jewish agenda.

In that respect I wonder about connections to similar movements in Arkanas su=ch as the Aryan Republican Army or the Kehoe family there.
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