Archive for March 26th, 2012

BULLETIN: Ronald James Davenport, Purported ‘Sovereign Citizen,’ Sentenced To 41 Months In Federal Prison After Filing ‘False Liens’ Against Public Officials And Trying To Attach Their Real Estate and Personal Property

BULLETIN: Ronald James Davenport, Purported 'Sovereign Citizen,' Sentenced To 41 Months In Federal Prison After Filing 'False Liens' Against Public Officials And Trying To Attach Their Real Estate and Personal Property

BULLETIN: Ronald James Davenport, the Washington state “sovereign citizen” convicted in November 2011 of filing false liens for billions of dollars against four public officials, has been sentenced to 41 months in federal prison, the Justice Department said today. Davenport was convicted of the false-liens charges during the same month AdSurfDaily figure and purported Washington […]

BULLETIN: 2 Men With Hyped Credentials At Helm Of $51 Million Ponzi Scheme, Alberta Securities Commission Alleges; May Appearance Date Set For Dale Joseph Edgar St. Jean, Gregory Dennis Tindall; Defendants Also Linked To Alleged U.S. Fraud Scheme That Triggered Hedge-Fund Collapses

BULLETIN: 2 Men With Hyped Credentials At Helm Of $51 Million Ponzi Scheme, Alberta Securities Commission Alleges; May Appearance Date Set For Dale Joseph Edgar St. Jean, Gregory Dennis Tindall; Defendants Also Linked To Alleged U.S. Fraud Scheme That Triggered Hedge-Fund Collapses

BULLETIN: Two men, including one who’d filed for bankruptcy when a previous “sales training” venture collapsed, were at the helm of a Ponzi scheme that gathered $51.6 million and left investors with nothing, the Alberta Securities Commission said. Appearance dates for Dale Joseph Edgar St. Jean and Gregory Dennis Tindall have been set for May […]

Illinois Man Faces Up To 5 Years In Federal Prison After Pleading Guilty To Selling Unregistered Securities Via Mail/Email; Case Brought By Postal Inspectors, IRS, State

Illinois Man Faces Up To 5 Years In Federal Prison After Pleading Guilty To Selling Unregistered Securities Via Mail/Email; Case Brought By Postal Inspectors, IRS, State

An Illinois man hawking a Yukon gold-mining venture via postal mail and email has pleaded guilty to selling unregistered securities, federal prosecutors said. Jeremiah D. Jacob, 32, of Columbia, faces up to five years in federal prison, a fine of $10,000 and three years’ supervised release, the office of U.S. Attorney Stephen R. Wigginton of […]