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yank barry
Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 1/26/2001 9:37:12 AM

By: David Marchant

I hear you.

His birth name is Gerald Falovitch, which is the name that he was convicted under in Canada.

You will notice that this web links to this guy's company, Global Village, can be found on the Institute of Global Prosperity web-site.

Global Village's shares were also listed on the sham World Investors' Stock Exchange, which was part of the First International Bank of Grenada group, which collapsed last year with a minimum estimated $150 million missing.

I have many documents on Barry which I will start to go through soon and take a close look at his affairs.

He will, of course, be given every opportunity to answer questions well ahead of publication.

David Marchant

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Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011
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Posted: 1/26/2001 9:14:40 AM

By: newengland

convicted felon Canada, sentenced 7 years for extortion. Indictment in texas for bribery and I think money laundering.


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