Subject: Al Green

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Al Green (D-TX) is a committee member of the 116th Congress U.S. House Committee on Financial Services. He is an American lawyer and politician. Green has served in Congress as the Representative for Texas’s 9th congressional district since 2005. Green is a member of the Democratic Party. He attended Florida A&M University and Tuskegee University. He received a Juris Doctor degree, in 1974 from Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University. After law school, Green co-founded the law firm of Green, Wilson, Dewberry, and Fitch.  In 1978, Green was elected justice of the peace in Harris County, Texas. He held this position for 26 years before retiring in 2004.

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Article: Wirecard — Who’s Who of Bad Boys

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Wirecard critics targeted in London spy operation

Miariam Jackson

The Union Journal, 11 December 2019

Two specialist traders, Matt Earl and Fraser Perring, co-authored the Zatarra report and therefore are one of the eight guys surveilled over recent weeks, combined with Mr [Crispin] Odey, Brett Palos, the stepson of merchant Philip Green, along with Nick Gold, a veteran stock exchange speculator.

Wirecard executives seem to have guessed a mole was working at a senior level within the firm after Mr Earl and Mr Perring released their Zatarra Report at 2016, prompting a criminal investigation from Germany into alleged market manipulation.

Article: Foul Play Among the UAL Shorts?

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Foul Play Among the UAL Shorts?

Gene Marcial

Bloomberg, 8 October 2002

The shorts have crowded in on UAL in a big way, helping to push the parent of financially troubled United Airlines much closer to bankruptcy. The stock has nosedived from $20 a year ago to $2 on Oct. 8. Right after US Airways filed for bankruptcy protection on Aug. 11, UAL (UAL ) announced that it, too, might have to resort to Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. UAL shares were then trading at $4.

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