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"Allah knows ALL"... Love for ALL'... Norman LeBoon Sr. With China studying the past in how we brought England to their knees after they invaded Egypt's ports with Israel and France, China will SELL our debt on the market (U.S. Treasury). North Korea doesn't receive food aid from the South NO-MORE! And, the spring will be a beautiful month for collecting food for its people! WAR The North is staving America isn't doing very well, so please try to understand how others live in world! Men with power do stupid things But, Madam Secretary Clinton, to speak to the Great Leader with such disrespect! The North only knows him as the Great Leader, nothing more, nothing less! You may think you speak with the education from Oxford University is fine but you don't realize you're GRAVE errors April 20th 2009 the world will cry, Our stock Market will collapse on this Day as Men with power that lie to America's Government have created this mess, and still can't HELP themselves from GREED! President Eisenhower we will sell your pounds;and bring Great Britain to YOUR Knees Allah knows ALL On October 29, 1956, Israeli troops invaded Egypts Sinai Peninsula and quickly overcame opposition as they raced for Suez. The next day, Britain and France, following their part of the script, offered to temporarily occupy the Canal Zone and suggested a 10 mile buffer on either side which would separate the Egyptian forces from the Israelis. Nasser of course refused, and on October 31, Egypt was attacked and invaded by the military forces of Britain and France. In response to these developments, the Soviet Union, which at the time was ruthlessly suppressing an anti-Communist uprising in Hungary, threatened to intervene on Egypt's behalf. President Eisenhower of the United States pressured Britain, France and Israel into agreeing to a cease-fire and eventual withdrawal from Egypt. The United States, caught by surprise by the dual invasions, was more concerned with the Soviet war in Hungary and the Cold War than with Britain and France's dealings involving Suez. The last thing President Eisenhower wanted was a wider war over Suez. The war itself lasted for only a week, and invading forces were withdrawn within the month. As a result, Egypt now firmly aligned herself with the Soviet Union, which armed Egypt and other Arab nations for the continuing struggle against Israel.
29 Mar 2010
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BY CHRISTY LEWIS ANCHOR ALEX HOLLEY You're watching multisource US video news analysis from Newsy. Big-time poker sites got big-time busted on Friday. Fox Business has the scoop. “Federal authorities have unshielded an indictment against the founders of the three largest Internet poker companies operating in the U.S. The indictment charges 11 defendants, including the founders of PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and Absolute Poker with bank fraud, money laundering, and illegal gambling offenses.” Those trying to visit the seized sites were stopped by a message from the federal government. No more site, no more gambling. And according to the statement, they mean business. The government also issued restraining orders to more than 75 banks used by the companies and their payment processors. The feds claim Bitar (BY-TAR), CEO of Full Tilt Poker, worked alongside those payment processors to lie about the nature of the company’s transactions and hide their profit. “For example, the feds say that Bitar worked to create fictitious companies, including phony online flower shops and pet supply stores, to help facilitate credit card transactions.” And to top it off -- a hefty $3 billion civil suit on the companies’ profit. In 2006 President George W. Bush passed a law banning online gambling in the U.S., forcing sites to operate outside the country. But according to a legal analyst for ABC, they didn’t go far enough, for long enough. DAN ABRAMS, LEGAL ANALYST: “These are major, major companies. And what the government is saying is, ‘You were allowed to do it offline, but when you started coming here with U.S. players and you started engaging in these shenanigans with the U.S. banks,’ that’s when they got into trouble.” Noting the time-frame in which this whole thing went down--Wall Street Journal’s Simon Constable and Alexandra Berzon talk about how the budget crisis could cause a change of heart with the government. CONSTABLE: “The government with all its budget woes might want to actually reconsider and say, ‘Maybe we can tax this and get some revenue coming in.’ Because that’s a big issue right now isn’t it?” BERZON: “Absolutely, and the poker companies and some of the casino companies that want to run poker sites, they are very much lobbying the federal government at this point.” Meanwhile, other online poker companies are using the shut downs to gain some revenue out of the situation. “Meantime, Hustler Casino and Gardena is quick to try to take advantage. Its web site asking, ‘Has your online poker site been seized by the FBI?’ and promising that its online site legally offers prizes without charging player to play.” The poker sites argue, online poker is legal because it’s a game of risk, not chance. So, is this the end of online gambling? Or should the government go all-in, and legalize it? Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for video news updates in your stream Get more video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
19 Apr 2011
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India's top professional private investigator surveillance and private detective services in Delhi, specialized in private investigation, bank fraud investigation, corporate investigation services, criminal investigation, matrimonial verification, tracing a fraud person etc.
31 May 2011
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Has your Amreican Dream turned in to a nightmare? You are not alone. Join the website (Free). Legal Library. Forum for information. We dont have to take it from the corrked banks!!!!
10 Sep 2008
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BY TARA GRIMES ANCHOR ALEX HOLLEY You're watching multisource global video news analysis from Newsy For two years, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has threatened to release documents on Bank of America. But on Monday morning, it was the WikiLeaks-allied group Anonymous that published emails claiming to expose the bank’s fraudulent activities. Reports indicate an ex-Bank of America employee leaked the emails to the hacker group. The emails in question deal with Balboa Insurance, a firm formerly owned by Bank of America and used to keep track of loans for lenders. Allegedly, the emails reveal an attempt to destroy and withhold foreclosure information from regulators -- something the federal bank denies. MARKET NEWS VIDEO ANCHOR: “Bank of America told Reuters that the claims are ‘untrue’ and that the emails in question merely pertain to clerical matters and are not foreclosure related.” But despite the hyped leak, some analysts remain skeptical of any wrongdoing -- especially because the leaker appears to be just a disgruntled employee, whose list of grievances has some scratching their heads. The Washington Independent sums it up: “[The leakers] grievances range from vague (‘They took everything from me.’) to oddly specific (for example, he claims that his employers spilled soil on his American flag when they were packing up his belongings after he was fired).” Gawker’s Adrian Chen says skepticism is understandable -- but reveals he has a source within Anonymous -- and has been adequately convinced. “Anonymous has a proven track record with leaks, and Bank of America has been in their crosshairs since they cut off payments to Wikileaks in December. If it's real, it could be big.” Nonetheless, a writer for Business Insider notes many may not be able to make an accurate judgment because the information is over their heads. -- but “part two” could put Bank of America in even hotter water. “...perhaps more incriminating correspondence is to come. And to be honest, these messages could be incredibly damaging, but we're not mortgage specialists and don't know if this is or isn't common in the field. The beauty is, you can see and decide for yourself...” Finally, a writer for the Christian Science Monitor says whatever the case, despite the source of the leak, Bank of America needs to take the issue seriously. “[The leaker] is certainly a disgruntled employee. Nevertheless, Bank of America's robo-signing antics have impeached its credibility as well.” So what do you think? Big leak -- or big lie? 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
21 Mar 2011
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BY: JACQUELINNE MEJIA You're watching multisource business video news analysis from Newsy. Lies, scandal and fraud envelops Deutsche Bank AG, Germany’s biggest lender, after the U.S. federal government filed a civil mortgage lawsuit worth $1 billion. NY1 News explains the situation... “The lawsuit filed in Manhattan claims the bank repeatedly lied to be included in the federal program that insured mortgages. Lawyers say once in the program, Deutsche Bank “recklessly” selected mortgages without checking to see if borrowers could make their payments, then resold their mortgages at a higher price to investors.” The Real Deal, which posted the full complaint on its blog, says the real problems started with Deutsche’s acquisition of Mortgage IT back in 2007. “According to the complaint, MortgageIT issued more than $5 billion in Federal Housing Administration-backed loans [...]. It alleges that MortgageIT, which repeatedly lied in order to obtain approval as an FHA lender, turned a blind eye to the wrongful endorsements because they were making substantial profits off of resales on those FHA-insured loans.” The New York Times reports that since MortgageIT was part of the exclusive Federal Housing Administration, it was still allowed to lend because its home loans were backed by the F.H.A. The combination of the F.H.A. granting more loans and MortgageIT’s elusiveness caused friction for borrowers. “[...] as trouble hit the mortgage market, the F.H.A. began guaranteeing far more loans to fill the void. [...] MortgageIT was one of the private lenders that was qualified ... to issue mortgages guaranteed by the F.H.A." But CNBC says the bank isn’t going down without a fight. Deutsche says they shouldn’t be accountable for things that happened before they purchased the company. “The bank tells us 90% of the allegations happened before it acquired the business, it calls the suit ‘unreasonable and unfair.’ But the U.S. attorney for the southern district of New York says that the defendants ignored all warning signs and indulged in the worst of the industry’s lending practices.” MarketWatch tallies how many mortgages are affected, and how much the tab will be for the federal government to pick up. “Between 1999 and 2009, MortgageIT was an approved Direct Endorsement Lender, and it endorsed more than 39,000 mortgages [...]. As of February, the U.S. government has paid more than $386 million in FHA insurance claims and related costs on defaulted mortgages underwritten by MortgageIT.” So how is this going to affect other mortgage lenders on the block? A writer for Fortune on CNN Money says its a good step for the federal government to try and clean up a mess, but it’s a little too late. “The case against Deutsche is another major step. But the sad moral of the past decade is that the mere threat of paying out shareholder money is not punishment enough to make Wall Street clean up its act. So even a billion-dollar lawsuit, as good a thing as that might be, ends up feeling a day late and a dollar short.” 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for updates in your feed. Get more multisource business video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
7 May 2011
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The US Department of Justice in concert with the FBI are understood to be deeply involved in the Carroll Foundation Maryland Trust case which is one of the largest ever white collar organized crime tax fraud scandals in modern economic history. The National Security Agency based at Fort Meade in the State of Maryland is also believed to be playing an important role in this case of international importance. Hard on the heals of these amazing insights into the Carroll case are leaked disclosures by the FBI which have revealed that new explosive dossiers are understood to contain a startling litany of fraudulent HSBC International offshore bank accounts incorporated in the tax havens of Gibraltar and Nassau Bahamas which are thought to be directly linked to forged and falsified Delaware registered Carroll Trust Corporations which effectively impulsed this massive billion dollar money laundering tax fraud operation. International News Networks: *******fbi-la.blogspot****/
24 Aug 2011
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Foreclosure Help USA helps american home owners save their home from foreclosure
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*******www.vosslawfirm****/practice_areas/commercial-debt-collection.cfm Hiring an aggressive business litigation lawyer who possesses the experience and resources needed to prosecute claims against those who owe you money could make all the difference in your commercial debt collection results. The debt collection lawyers at the Voss Law Firm in Houston can contact the debtors for you, as well as file the necessary documentation with the appropriate courts so that you can focus on your business and keep it moving forward. Contact the debt collection and litigation attorneys at the Voss Law Firm for a free consultation today by calling 866.276.6179.
10 Apr 2012
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Dr Arvinder Singh sharing his experience and story that how he saved 88 lakhs from YES Bank. Dr Singh emphasise in this video that anybody dealing with banks or doing business must have basic knowledge of finance and Law. Moreover have courage to move forward and grasp your rights and claim your hard earned money.
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Michael McKee has over 25 years of expertise dealing with Bribery, Credit Card Fraud, Embezzlement, Extortion, Forgery, Fraud, Identity Theft, Insurance Fraud, Money Laundering, Mortgage Fraud, Pyramid Schemes, Racketeering/RICO, Securities Fraud, Tax Evasion, Telemarketing Fraud, View All Criminal Charges, White Collar Crime, Wire Fraud and his team of Lawyers are committed to working with clients to help avoid Jail time and a Criminal record.
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