Archive for May 26th, 2011

URGENT >> BULLETIN >> MOVING: Former NASDAQ Managing Director Charged Criminally, Sued Civilly In Insider-Trading Case; Donald L. Johnson Pleads Guilty To Criminal Securities Fraud Amid Allegations He Cherry-Picked Information While Serving As Stock-Exchange Gatekeeper

URGENT >> BULLETIN >> MOVING: Former NASDAQ Managing Director Charged Criminally, Sued Civilly In Insider-Trading Case; Donald L. Johnson Pleads Guilty To Criminal Securities Fraud Amid Allegations He Cherry-Picked Information While Serving As Stock-Exchange Gatekeeper

URGENT >> BULLETIN >> MOVING: A former managing director of the NASDAQ stock exchange has been charged by both the SEC and federal prosecutors in an insider-trading case. Donald L. Johnson, 56, of Ashburn, Va., already has pleaded guilty on the criminal side of things, the Justice Department said. For its part, the SEC said […]

PAT KILEY: ‘There Seems To Be Some Distortions’ In SEC Recordings Of Radio Show; Meanwhile, Accused Schemer Says Trevor Cook ‘Acted Like Pontius Pilate’

PAT KILEY: 'There Seems To Be Some Distortions' In SEC Recordings Of Radio Show; Meanwhile, Accused Schemer Says Trevor Cook 'Acted Like Pontius Pilate'

In pro se court filings, accused Minnesota schemer Pat Kiley says recordings of his radio show presented on CD for his examination and verification by the SEC in the civil case against him are unreliable. Meanwhile, Kiley described his civil co-defendant Trevor Cook as acting “like Pontius Pilate,” the Roman prefect many Christians believe authorized […]

Robert Miracle, One Of First Criminal Ponzi Defendants In Post-Madoff Era, Sentenced To 13 Years In Prison For Oil-And-Gas Scheme; Co-Defendants International Fugitives Wanted By INTERPOL

Robert Miracle, One Of First Criminal Ponzi Defendants In Post-Madoff Era, Sentenced To 13 Years In Prison For Oil-And-Gas Scheme; Co-Defendants International Fugitives Wanted By INTERPOL

Ponzi schemer Robert Miracle, who scammed investors in a $65.3 million oil-and-gas fraud operating in the Seattle area, knows he’ll bed down tonight in custody at the SeaTac Federal Detention Center in Washington state. His co-defendants, though, are less certain of their sleeping spots — and still have to worry about knocks at doors in […]