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Soccer star Romario defrauded of $5 m, say Polish investigators

Article based on an application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence for a criminal investigation into alleged investment fraud - pursuant to a request for judicial assistance from Poland - that was filed at federal court in the USA on October 20, 2005. Individuals and businesses mentioned in the request for assistance include Piotr Osuch, a.k.a. Peter von Hochburg, a.k.a. Peter von Hochberg; Ian Francis Burns, Michael Kupfer, Harlan Polk, a.k.a. Hap Polk; William Gerald Gamble, Peter Shackleton, Bernard Hardingham, John Townley, Jo Arpino, Erwin Jess, William Long, John Daniel Deuter, Jennifer de Zerne, Robert Dean, Thomas Waples, Luiz Ferreira de Moraes, Bob Dean, David Grow, Rodolfo Oeshlin, Sondej Janusz, Wojcik Janusz, Wieslaw Binek, Czeslaw Adamski, Michal Lewinski, Grzegorz Dziedkinski, Edward Rogowski, Edward Rutkowski, Roland Lambregts, Mobin Shater Ghassem, Noel Collett, Romario De Souza Faria, Jerzy Lejman, Stanislaw Swaczyj, Lin Shih Kuang, Chen Chen-Ming, Geoffrey Busch, Hans Peter Wildrath, Frederico Antunes, Koncern Agro-Fruct, Credex International Limited, Multi-Color Investment Limited, White Horse Trust, Gold Beach Foundation Inc., KB Securities, Farianex, Full-Oil, Sherwood Group PTY Ltd., Swiss Realinvest AG, Multidevelopment Inc., Asset Investment Group Limited, United Collectors, Ambel Group Inc., ITT Group Ltd., Sogevalor, ING Bank Slaski Spolka Akcyjna, GE Capital Bank Spolka Akcyjna, Bank Pekao Spolka Akcyjna, Raiffeisen Bank Polska Spolka Akcyjna, Pictet & Cie Banquiers, Citibank, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria, BBVA Bancomer, Bank of Albuquerque, JPMorgan Chase Bank, and Dresdner Bank.