$100 Trillion Stolen by Wall Street Recoverable — Robert Steele’s Open Letter to the President

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11 June 2020

Open Letter to the President

Leverage NSA, Clean Up Wall Street, Engage Authentic Black Leaders

Mr. President,

It is my good fortune to be a former spy and also good friends with Bill Binney and known to Mike Flynn.  It has taken me months to arrange for Bill Binney to speak on the record, in a sixteen minute video at https://tinyurl.com/NSA-10-30-100. With ten people in thirty days Bill can deliver all the data you need to confiscate, through civil and criminal forfeiture, $100 trillion (or more) in assets acquired by varied Wall Street financial criminals among whom Goldman Sachs is by far the largest, using naked short selling and money laundering to steal from all.

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Article: J.P. Morgan is only the start as DOJ and CFTC crack down on spoofing

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J.P. Morgan is only the start as DOJ and CFTC crack down on spoofing

Neils Christensen

Kitco News, 19 September 2019

Three traders charged with manipulating precious metals markets for nearly a decade could be only the start of a larger market-wide crackdown on previously-unchecked illegal market behavior.

According to media reports, federal prosecutors and regulators are intensifying their investigations of allegedly fraudulent precious metals trades at J.P. Morgan Chase to other U.S. markets and financial firms.

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Article: Whistle. Then Worry and Wait.

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Whistle. Then Worry and Wait.

Edward Wyatt

New York Times, 9 October 2010

Sitting in a Minneapolis mansion and listening to a charismatic investment manager describe a currency trading system that kept earning handsome returns year after year, Arthur F. Schlobohm IV was certain he had stumbled onto a Ponzi scheme.

A longtime trader who started running tickets on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange as a teenager, Mr. Schlobohm, known as Ty, knew that Minneapolis, his home for nine years, was too small a town for a $4.4 billion investment fund to have escaped his notice.

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Filing: CMKM Diamonds Lawsuit Against the SEC

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These Defendants, acting in the course and scope of their employment by the United States of America as duly authorized Commissioners of the Securities and Exchange Commission, a federal agency, through their acts and omissions knowingly, consciously, wrongly, without compensation and without due process of law have effected a taking of property from each of the named Plaintiffs and all who are similarly situated.

PDF (18 Pages): CMKM Lawsuit Against the SEC 9 January 2010

Article: Overgrown Hedges

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Overgrown Hedges

Christopher Byron

New York Post cited by RGM Communications via Wayback, 26 September 2005

One of the first things any new chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission does after getting the job is to clear his throat, put on his best “I mean business” scowl, and announce to the world just how tough he intends to be on the miscreants of Wall Street.

Normally, this harmless ritual lets the man taking on Washington’s most thankless job preen a bit in public before getting smacked to the canvas by a system that basically doesn’t want him to be tough at all.

But these are not normal times — and the one thing this country needs more than anything is a government that knows what it is doing and that deserves to be taken seriously by its citizens.

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Release: Former FBI Agent Pleads Guilty to Obstruction of Justice

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Former FBI Agent Pleads Guilty to Obstruction of Justice

Robert Nardoza

United States Attorney’s Office, 23 June 2005

ROSLYNN R. MAUSKOPF, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, and JOHN A. KLOCHAN, Acting Assistant Director-in-Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation, New York Field Office, announced that LYNN WINGATE, a former Special Agent of Federal Bureau of Investigation, pleaded guilty this afternoon to obstruction of justice in connection with her role in interfering with a grand jury’s investigation relating to Amr “Anthony” Elgindy and former FBI Agent Jeffrey A. Royer by accessing the FBI’s confidential law enforcement computer system and then relaying pertinent confidential information to Royer, who was one of the subjects of the investigation.

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