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David Netzer Korem of DOM fame
Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 10/8/2010 4:11:41 PM

By: ECONIC

Was 'that' spun-off from, this: http://www.offshorealert.com/message_board_detail.asp?id=62753&page=1

Thank you, Hunter

- ECONIC


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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
Posts: 5780


Posted: 10/7/2010 8:14:05 PM

By: Hunter

http://www.sec.gov/news/press/2010/2010-187.htm

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Jean R. Charbit and Tzemach David Netzer Korem engaged in a fraudulent kickback scheme to manipulate the stock of a microcap company so they could then sell their own shares at an artificially inflated price. Charbit, a stock promoter, paid an illegal kickback to a purported corrupt stock broker (actually an undercover FBI agent) to induce him to purchase $300,000 worth of stock in the microcap company for his clients' discretionary accounts. Korem drafted press releases for the penny stock company and served as its transfer agent through his company, First Public Securities Transfer. Korem, as the penny stock company's transfer agent, issued the stock certificate for the kickback. Charbit is a French citizen with a residence in Miami. Korem is believed to reside in Los Altos, Calif., and has several aliases. He also created a fictitious country, the Dominion of Melchizedek, which claims "ecclesiastical sovereignty" on an island in the South Pacific and has been the subject of criminal prosecutions in several countries.

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