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Mladden Ivezic aka Michael Ivezic aka Jack Jones
fatratfatpig
Posted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Joined: 1/11/2013
Posts: 26


It has been brought to our attention that for years Ivezic used the alias of Jack Jones. This would shed some light on how he was able to avoid creditors as well as regulators. We wonder if there are assets that can be seized belonging to Jack Jones. Apparently Jack Jones was a large client of Red Sea Management and Jonathan Curshen. Rumor has it that while hiding out in Greece, Ivezic used the name of Skryko Ossoyoss.

Anyone with info on Ivezic, or Jack Jones, please post here


 

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