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SEC v. Mediatrix Capital Inc. et al: Complaint

Complaint alleging fraud in U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Mediatrix Capital Inc., initially of Belize and then the Bahamas; Blue Isle Markets Inc., domiciled in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, based in the Bahamas; Blue Isle Markets Ltd., of New Zealand; Michael Stephen Young, of Denver, Colorado; Michael Shawn Stewart, of Scottsdale, Arizona, and Bryant Edwin Sewall, of Dallas, Texas, and the Bahamas, as Defendants, and Mediatrix Capital Fund Ltd., of the Bahamas; Island Technologies LLC, of Puerto Rico; Victoria M. Stewart, Maria C. Young, Hanna Ohonkova Sewall, of Kiev, Ukraine; Michael C. Baker, of Denver, Colorado; Walter C. Young III, of Seattle, Washington; Arual LP, of Utah; West Beach LLC, of Puerto Rico; Salve Regina Trust, of the Cook Islands; TF Alliance LLC, of Colorado; Casa Conejo LLC, of Puerto Rico; Hase Haus LLC, of Colorado; DCC Islands Foundation, of the Bahamas; Keystone Business Trust, of Massachusetts; Weinzel LLC, of Nevada; The 1989 Foundation, of the Bahamas; Mediatrix Capital PR LLC, of Puerto Rico; Mediatrix Capital LLC, of Colorado, and Blue Isle Markets Inc., of the Cayman Islands, as Relief Defendants, at the U. S. District Court for the District of Colorado.
DOCUMENT.PDF

File Size: 43.31 MB

Pages:

297

 

Sector:

Litigation;Regulatory;Securities & Investment

 

Defendant(s):

Mediatrix Capital Inc.;Blue Isle Markets Inc.;Blue Isle Markets Ltd.;Michael Stephen Young;Michael Shawn Stewart;Bryant Edwin Sewall;Mediatrix Capital Fund Ltd.;Island Technologies LLC;Victoria M. Stewart;Maria C. Young;Hanna Ohonkova Sewall;Michael C. Baker;Walter C. Young III;Arual LP;West Beach LLC;Salve Regina Trust;TF Alliance LLC;Casa Conejo LLC;Hase Haus LLC;DCC Islands Foundation;Keystone Business Trust;Weinzel LLC;The 1989 Foundation;Mediatrix Capital PR LLC;Mediatrix Capital LLC;Blue Isle Markets Inc.

 

Court Name - US Federal:

Colorado - District Court

Allegation:

Fraud

 

Plaintiff(s):

U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission

 

Date:

September 12, 2019

 

Case Number:

Xx Xx Xx


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