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Regis Possino and Sherman Mazur Indictments
Hunter
Posted: Friday, February 22, 2013
Joined: 9/22/2011
Posts: 20


 

I think these names have been around the OTCBB boards for years. 

Regis Possino Indictment

http://www.alabamaagainstfraud.com/Hunter/OTCBB/RegisPossinoIndictmentPost.pdf

Memorandum of Points and Authorities

http://www.alabamaagainstfraud.com/Hunter/OTCBB/Document35CR00048Post.pdf

Sherman Mazur Indictment

http://www.alabamaagainstfraud.com/Hunter/OTCBB/ShermanMazurIndictmentPost.pdf

 


hynan roth
Posted: Thursday, February 28, 2013
Joined: 2/28/2013
Posts: 3


http://www.stockwatch.com/News/Item.aspx?bid=Z-U:GENM-2040690&symbol=GENM&news_region=U    These guys are looking at heavy time and some heavy ratting out of others.
Mel Content
Posted: Monday, March 11, 2013
Joined: 3/11/2013
Posts: 3


I wouldn't buy stock in any ripe Chinese banana companies if I was someone like.....say..... Marty Sumichrast or Ralph Olson or Raul Silvestre.

Then again, I heard one of them may already have cut a deal with the domestic intelligence agency in exchange for doing some "work" for the foreign intelligence agency.

Maybe they can hold the General Commerce Bank former employee picnic at Lompoc. Uncle Adnan and his 'lil asian pal, Amador can fly over in their G6 and tip the wings.


 

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