Law360, 21 May 2020
The government’s June 2018 indictment says the traders’ scheme between June 2009 and October 2014 created the illusion of market movement by using large orders to inflate the price, with no intention of filling the orders, thus committing wire fraud, commodities fraud and conspiracy to commit commodities fraud.
Beyond Search, May 18, 2020
In a conversation with former CIA professional Robert David Steele, DarkCyber learned of an impending legal action. Steele revealed in a video conference information about naked short selling, a Wall Street tactic to make money outside the boundaries of existing rules and regulations. DarkCyber obtained permission to create a summary of Steele’s main points. You can view the six minute exclusive at this link. In the question-and-answer session, Mr. Steele referenced additional information about this matter. You can access some associated information at:
HUGE: SEC and DTCC are RICO organizations subject to RICO.
President Trump Briefed on NSA Capabilities Against Financial Crime
Senior-level sources confirm that President Trump is now fully aware of NSA holdings relevant to mapping all individuals on Wall Street engaged in organized financial crime.
WASHINGTON, D.C. Earth Intelligence Network has learned that President Donald Trump has been briefed on and is now fully aware of National Security Agency (NSA) holdings relevant to mapping all individuals on Wall Street who have communicated via any electronic channel to advance naked short selling and money laundering, both federal as well as state crimes.
Christiana Riley is the Chief Executive Officer of Deutsche Bank (Americas). She has been a member of the Management Board since Jan 1, 2020. Riley joined Deutsche Bank in 2006 where she was most recently Chief Financial Officer of the Corporate & Investment Bank. Prior to this Riley worked at the management consultancy McKinsey & Company and at the investment bank Greenhill & Co. In 2000, she graduated from Princeton University and in 2005 she received her Master’s of Business Administration at the London Business School in the UK.