Mark Valentine was the former chairman of Thomson Kernaghan & Co., a securities broker-dealer located in Ontario, Canada. Valentine controlled a significant amount of C-Me-Run, Inc. (“C-Me-Run”), SoftQuad Software, Ltd. (“SoftQuad”) and JagNotes.com, Inc. (“JagNotes”) stocks. He was arrested by German authorities in 2002 relating to a massive securities fraud and money-laundering scam that has resulted in indictments against 58 people. In 2004, Valentine pleaded guilty to one count of securities fraud in violation of Title 15 of the United States Code, Section 78j(b) and 78ff before the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, in Unites States v. Mark Valentine, et al., Criminal Indictment No. 02-80088-CR-Cohn. On May 21, 2004, a judgment in the criminal case was entered against Valentine. Valentine was sentenced to four years of probation with nine months of home detention and other special conditions of supervision and ordered to pay a $100 assessment to the court.
Sanity Check via Wayback, 9 April 2006
On May 2nd, Anthony Elgindy is to be sentenced for his activities as a short selling syndicate operator. Over the course of several years, he attacked a couple of thousand companies, in the process putting many of them out of business. If he had been a killer or rapist, his crimes would have been collectively viewed as being “serial” in nature.
We continue to forget that Elgindy is a previously convicted felon for insurance fraud. He has now been convicted of six counts of another form of financial fraud. These counts clearly demonstrate that he engaged in operation of a criminal syndicate to manipulate markets for securities by counterfeiting (a Class B Federal Felony) those same securities, a Class A felony according to the US CJS (Criminal Code) for syndicalism, an act of insurrection and sedition, treason to its core.
Sanity Check via Wayback, January 18 2006
I was prompted to search Federal Criminal Code for references to how manipulative criminal syndicates were viewed under the Law of the United States. This search led me to two pages in Eustace Mullins’ controversial book, “The World Order”, published in 1985. On page 214, I found that according to his research, prior case law going back to the mid-1800’s viewed “combinations of capitalist and financiers for the purpose of manipulating from a large capital foundation/source to be directly chargeable as “Insurrection and Sedition”. That’s Treason for you non-lawyers out there.