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    Datachain Labs LLC v. Roger Quijano et al: Complaint (‘Crypto Fraud’)

    Complaint in Datachain Labs LLC v. Roger Gabriel Benites Quijano, a.k.a. Roger Benites; Bitinka Limited, of Hong Kong; Inka Ventures Ltd., of Guam; Chasqui Tech AB, of Sweden; Blockzy OU, Blockzy Technologies Srl, of Estonia; Blockzy Technologies SL, of Estonia, and Roger M. Benites at the Superior Court of Connecticut, Stamford/Norwalk.

    Ambassadors of the Dominion of Melchizedek: July 10, 2005

    Ambassadors of the Dominion of Melchizedek, namely George Harlley, Fortunato P. Aguas, Nikolai Bougaenko, Nathan Obasi, Dewey Painter, Rodny Daniel, Renzo Pampalon, Carlos Alberto Rosa Machado, Peter Feher, Charles W. Price, Sr., Melchizedek Maquiso, Berno Mendiola Atalig, Joalbert S. Kapalong, Charles Balas, Ron Roger Adams, Hans von Grunwald, George Carter, Ross Masao Harano, Louis Lesser, Edward Allen Artis, M.E. Evans, Tain Bodkin, Skip Wills, Larry Madrigal, James Gentry Laws, Jason Gentry Laws, and Joseph Anton Walter.

    Missing in Action: Halliburton’s disappearing offshore subsidiaries

    In the space of four or five years, Halliburton, the international oil services and construction conglomerate that is under attack for overcharging and underperforming in Iraq, has gone from reporting approximately 70 to 80 offshore subsidiaries in its annual SEC filing to just two, both in the Cayman Islands.Offshore networks had become a central part of Halliburton's management and financial strategy. When current United States Vice President Dick Cheney was CEO of Halliburton from 1995 to 2000, the company's offshore subsidiaries increased from nine to 44. By the year 2001, that had nearly doubled. Now most of them have gone missing!