IN 2007, OCG MEMBERS ALEJANDRO LAVALLE, DANIEL KARA + ANDRES FERNANDO TOUCEDO (using account 9-3599187.015.001 at Banco BPI in Portugal) STOLE BY FRAUD €250,000 from a customer in Spain. USA LAW ENFORCEMENT, INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES + SOME GLOBAL BANKS are very aware of Alejandro Lavalle + have done nothing to stop his approximate 20 years global crime spree. WHY?

THE 2007 FRAUD
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Daniel KARA-- Passport

BELOW – ANDRES FERNANDO TOUCEDO ZINGHINI – here is old police mugshot, today
he is blind, old, skinny man with shoulder length, curly grey hair

ANDRES TOUCEDO

 

 

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1. BACKGROUND: WHY IS NOTORIOUS OFFLEDGER MONEY LAUNDERER NAGY SHEHATA STILL NOT IN PRISON? His partners (1) Laura Lee Sorsby is serving less than 3 years in prison, (2) Roy Gillar hasn’t even had a trial!

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BACKGROUND: Indictment – Kansas-based Scam Cost Turkish Investor Millions

Department of Justice
U.S. Attorney’s Office
District of Kansas

KANSAS CITY, KAN. – An Olathe man was indicted Thursday on federal charges of devising a fraud scheme that cost a Turkish investor millions of dollars, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said.

Nagy Shehata, 55, Olathe, Kan., and Laura Lee Sorsby, 62, Texarkana, Texas, are charged in a superseding indictment with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and four counts of wire fraud. In addition, Shehata is charged with two counts of money laundering.

The indictment alleges the crimes occurred while Shehata was the president and registered agent for Premier Investment Group, Inc., and Sorsby was president of Can Am International, LLC, headquartered in Dallas. They offered an investor in Turkey investments in building a shopping mall in Turkey and a hospital in Syria. The investor transferred 6 million Euros (more than $8 million) for the hospital project. The defendants diverted the money to their own use. Shehata bought an $855,000 house and an $111,000 auto. Sorsby bought a $77,000 car and a $163,000 house. They promised the investor to return his money but they never gave the money back.

If convicted, they face a maximum penalty of 20 years and a fine up to $250,000 on the conspiracy count and each of the wire fraud counts, and a maximum penalty of 10 years and a fine up to $250,000 on each of the money laundering counts. The FBI investigated. Assistant U.S. Attorney Chris Oakley is prosecuting.

and more BACKGROUND: Olathe Man Pleads Guilty In $8 Million Investment Scam

Department of Justice
U.S. Attorney’s Office
District of Kansas

KANSAS CITY, KAN. – An Olathe man pleaded guilty Monday to stealing more than $8 million from a Turkish investor, U.S. Attorney Tom Beall said.

 

Nagy Shehata, 57, Olathe, Kan., pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. In his plea, he admitted the crime occurred while he was president of Premier Investment Group, a corporation registered in Missouri. During that time, Shehata formed a joint partnership with co-defendant Laura Lee Sorsby, a Texas resident who conducted business through a company called Can Am International.

 

The victim was a Turkish resident who was the founder of a hospital in Istanbul, Turkey. The defendants offered the victim the opportunity to invest in a project that started out as a plan to build a hospital in Syria and evolved into a plan to build a shopping mall in Iraq. Based on the defendants’ false statements, the victim transferred money to Shehata’s bank in New York. Shehata wired the money from New York to his bank accounts in Kansas.

 

The defendants did not use the money for the hospital or shopping mall projects. Instead, Shehata bought an $111,000 car and an $855,000 house.

 

Sentencing will be set for a later time. Shehata faces up to 20 years in federal prison and restitution of more than $8.2 million. Beall commended The FBI and Assistant U.S. Attorney Chris Oakley for their work on the case.

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and more BACKGROUND: 4 Men Charged In $800,000 Advance Fee Scheme

Department of Justice
U.S. Attorney’s Office
District of New Jersey

NEWARK, N.J. –Three men from New Jersey and another from Nevada have been arrested for allegedly defrauding two individual victims out of approximately $800,000 through an advance fee scheme, Acting U.S. Attorney William E. Fitzpatrick announced today.

Harold Mignott, 54, of Voorhees, New Jersey, James Adkins, 64, of Hillside, New Jersey, Jerrid Douglas, 43, of Freehold, New Jersey, and Roy Johannes Gillar, 44, of Las Vegas, are each charged by criminal complaint with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.

Mignott, Adkins, and Douglas were arrested this morning and made their initial court appearances this afternoon before U.S. Magistrate Judge Michael A. Hammer in Newark federal Court. Gillar was arrested yesterday and appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Nancy J. Koppe in Las Vegas federal court. Gillar was detained. Mignott, Adkins, and Douglas were released on $200,000 unsecured bonds.

According to the complaint:

From March 2016 through June 2016, Mignott, Adkins, Douglas, and Gillar allegedly agreed to defraud an entity identified in the complaint as “Victim Company A” out of approximately $1 million.

As part of the scheme, the defendants fraudulently induced two individuals who ran Victim Company A to have Victim Company A enter a joint-venture agreement with their New Jersey-based shell company. The defendants falsely represented that their company could acquire and provide Victim Company A with a “standby letter of credit” backed by Mexican gold bonds. A standby letter of credit is a guarantee of payment issued by a bank on behalf of a client that is used should the client fail to fulfill a contractual commitment with a third party.

Victim Company A wanted access to the standby letter of credit so it could purchase raw gold overseas and sell it to gold refineries. As part of the joint-venture agreement, Victim Company A agreed to pay the defendants $1 million for the bank fee associated with the standby letter of credit.

In order to cover up the scheme and convince the victims to approve transfer of the funds, the defendants made numerous verbal and written misrepresentations, including providing the victims with a phony letter from a major international bank saying that it was ready, willing, and able to provide a €1 billion standby letter of credit to the defendants’ shell company.

However, after Victim Company A transmitted $800,000 of the $1 million to the defendants, the defendants failed to provide Victim Company A with a standby letter of credit or anything of value. Instead, the defendants misappropriated Victim Company A’s money for their personal use on items like luxury cars, expensive watches, mortgage payments on their personal residences, and large cash withdrawals.

At no time since March 2016 have the defendants or any company owned or operated by them provided anything of value to Victim Company A in exchange for Victim Company A’s $800,000. The defendants also have not returned any of the money to Victim Company A.

The conspiracy to commit wire fraud charge carries a maximum potential penalty of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

Acting U.S. Attorney Fitzpatrick credited special agents of the FBI, under the direction of Special Agent in Charge Timothy Gallagher in Newark, with the investigation leading to the arrests.

The government is represented by Assistant U.S. Attorney Jason S. Gould of the U.S. Attorney’s Office General Crimes Unit in Newark.

The charges and allegations contained in the complaint are merely accusations, and the defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

Attachment(s):

and more BACKGROUND: 4 Men Face Additional Fraud Charges In $1 Million Advance Fee Scheme

Department of Justice
U.S. Attorney’s Office
District of New Jersey

NEWARK, N.J. –Three men from New Jersey and another from Nevada were indicted today on additional charges stemming from their alleged advance-fee scheme that defrauded four victims of over $1 million, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.

James Adkins, 65, of Hillside, New Jersey, Jerrid Douglas, 44, of Freehold, New Jersey, Roy Gillar, 45, of Las Vegas, Nevada, and Harold Mignott, 55, of Voorhees, New Jersey, were originally charged by indictment in December 2017 with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and four counts of wire fraud, with Douglas and Gillar also being charged with one count of transacting in criminal proceeds. Today’s superseding indictment adds three counts of wire fraud against Adkins, two counts of wire fraud against Douglas, and one count of wire fraud against Mignott.

All four defendants are currently out on bail and will be arraigned at a later date before U.S. District Court Judge John Michael Vazquez in Newark federal court.

According to the superseding indictment:

From March 2016 through June 2016, Mignott, Adkins, Douglas, and Gillar allegedly agreed to defraud an entity identified in the superseding indictment as “Victim Company A” out of approximately $1 million.

As part of the scheme, the defendants convinced two individuals who ran Victim Company A to enter a joint-venture agreement with the defendants’ New Jersey-based shell company. The defendants falsely represented that their company could acquire and provide Victim Company A with a “standby letter of credit” backed by Mexican gold bonds. A standby letter of credit is a guarantee of payment issued by a bank on behalf of a client that is used should the client fail to fulfill a contractual commitment with a third party.

Victim Company A wanted access to the standby letter of credit so it could purchase raw gold overseas and sell it to gold refineries. As part of the joint-venture agreement, Victim Company A agreed to pay the defendants $1 million for the bank fee associated with the standby letter of credit.

In order to cover up the scheme and acquire Victim Company A’s funds, the defendants made numerous verbal and written misrepresentations, including providing a phony letter from a major international bank saying that it was ready, willing, and able to provide a €1 billion standby letter of credit to the defendants’ shell company.

However, after Victim Company A transmitted $800,000 to the defendants, they failed to provide Victim Company A with a standby letter of credit or anything of value. Instead, the defendants misappropriated Victim Company A’s money for their personal use on items like luxury cars, expensive watches, mortgage payments on their personal residences, and large cash withdrawals.

In addition, Adkins and Mignott allegedly defrauded a farmer from Iowa – identified in the superseding indictment as “Individual Victim 3” — out of $90,000 in 2013. As part of the scheme, Adkins and Mignott induced Individual Victim 3 to enter into a joint-venture agreement with their shell company and told the victim that if he provided them $90,000, they would provide him with a standby letter of credit so he could access financing for his pork business.

In order to persuade Individual Victim 3 to transfer the money, Adkins and Mignott told him that their company was going to complete lucrative oil and gas transactions that would yield significant revenues. However, after Individual Victim 3 transmitted $90,000, Adkins and Mignott did not provide him with money, a standby letter of credit, or anything of value.

Lastly, Adkins and Douglas allegedly defrauded an entity identified in the superseding indictment as “Victim Company B” out of approximately $250,000 in 2015. Adkins and Douglas induced the founder and owner of Victim Company B to enter a joint-venture agreement with their shell company. Adkins and Douglas falsely represented that their company could acquire and provide Victim Company B with a standby letter of credit, which would provide financing for Victim Company B’s biotech business operations.

Victim Company B wanted to obtain the standby letter of credit so it could fund business operations for cancer research as part of its biotech business. As part of the joint-venture agreement, Victim Company B agreed to pay Adkins and Douglas $1 million for the bank fee associated with the standby letter of credit.

However, after Victim Company B transmitted $250,000 of the $1 million to Adkins and Douglas’s shell company, Adkins and Douglas failed to provide Victim Company B with a standby letter of credit or anything of value. Instead, Adkins, Douglas, and others misappropriated the money for their personal use.

The conspiracy to commit wire fraud charge and the wire fraud charges each carry a maximum potential penalty of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. The money laundering charges each carry a maximum potential penalty of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito credited special agents of the FBI, under the direction of Acting Special Agent in Charge Bradley W. Cohen in Newark, with the investigation.

The government is represented by Assistant U.S. Attorney Jason S. Gould of the U.S. Attorney’s Office Criminal Division in Newark.

The charges and allegations contained in the superseding indictment are merely accusations, and the defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

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Defense counsel:

Adkins: Kevin Buchan Esq., Holmdel, New Jersey

Douglas: Joseph Corazza Esq., Sparta, New Jersey

Gillar: Thomas Ashley Esq., Newark

Mignott: Eric Breslin Esq., Newark

Attachment(s):

and more BACKGROUND: Nagy Shehata, Alejandro Lavalle + OCG behind PB Trading, Bladick Corp, et al

MEMORANDUM PB Trading 5-4- 2009----01
MEMORANDUM PB Trading 5-4- 2009----02
MEMORANDUM PB Trading 5-4- 2009----03

MEMORANDUM PB Trading 5-4- 2009----04

MEMORANDUM PB Trading 5-4- 2009----05

MEMORANDUM PB Trading 5-4- 2009----06

MEMORANDUM PB Trading 5-4- 2009----07

MEMORANDUM PB Trading 5-4- 2009----08

MEMORANDUM PB Trading 5-4- 2009----09

MEMORANDUM PB Trading 5-4- 2009----10

2. and more BACKGROUND: IN 2014, ALEJANDRO LAVALLE DELIVERED COUNTERFEIT ABN AMRO BANK DOCUMENTS TO NAGY SHEHATA

From: Alejandro Lavalle <[email protected]>
Date: Thursday, January 16, 2014 at 9:14 PM
To: “Nagy G. Shehata” <[email protected]>
Subject: UPDATED BANK DOCUMENTATION ID 4594 , EUROS 10B , PREMIER INVESTMENT GROUP, INC.

NAGY:

 

ATTACHED THE UPDATED BANK DOCUMENTATION FOR ID 4594, EUROS 10B; THAT HAS BEEN RELEASED BEFORE VALUE DATE AT SCREENS.

 

REAL VALUE DATE TO CHECK SCREENS: JANUARY 20TH, 2014, AFTER 18.00 HOURS, NEW YORK TIME.

 

PLEASE CHECK OUT ALL DOCUMENTATION CAREFULLY, AND IF THERE IS ANYTHING TO BE CORRECTED, PLEASE LET ME KNOW NO LATER THAN TOMORROW MORNING.

 

PLEASE ACKNOWLEGE THE RECEPTION OF THIS E-MAIL.

 

RESPECTFULLY YOURS,

 

KARLAV S.A.

 

 

13 Attachments

011614 Operative Procedures Letter ID 4594 _10B Premier Investment Group Inc-page-001011614 Operative Procedures Letter ID 4594 _10B Premier Investment Group Inc-page-002011614 POF Confirmation Letter ID 4594 _10B Premier Investment Group Inc-page-001011614 Proof of Funds ID 4594 _10B Premier Investment Group Inc-page-001011614 Proof of Funds ID 4594 _10B Premier Investment Group Inc-page-002011614 Proof of Funds ID 4594 _10B Premier Investment Group Inc-page-003011614 Statement of Account ID 4594 _10B Premier Investment Group Inc-page-001011614 Statement of Origin and History of Funds ID 4594 _10B Premier Investment Group Inc-page-001011614 Statement of Origin and History of Funds ID 4594 _10B Premier Investment Group Inc-page-002011614 Tear Sheet of Bank Statement ID 4594 _10B Premier Investment Group Inc-page-001

3. and more BACKGROUND: IN JULY 2018, THE BLIND CONVICTED FRAUDSTER + SENIOR MEMBER OF PB TRADING/ROSABRANCA/BLADICK OCG NAMED ANDRES FERNANDO TOUCEDO ZINGHINI was seen at the home of convicted fraudster + senior member of the same OCG named Roberto Oscar Sassone Fernández

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ABOVE (at Sarmiento 632)- BELOW (at Victor Delhez 5914) – ROBERTO OSCAR SASSONE FERNANDEZ  (on left is his current partner + on right is his partner’s daughter)

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PROFILE: ROBERT SASSONE
1. is always armed with pistol on person or in car. He has many weapons at home. CONSIDER ARMED + DANGEROUS.
2. has 3 cars – 2 black Mercedes + 1 grey BMW
3. has a daughter named María Paula Sassone Monneret de Villars who is involved in his activities

María Paula Sassone Monneret de Villars

ABOVE RIGHT + BELOW LEFT + CENTER – ROBERTO SASSONE daughter – María Paula Sassone Monneret de Villars

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4. has 3 homes, 2 offices + a warehouse
a)  but currently he lives here (no picture yet) where he has 2 vaults on the ground level ==>Edificio Aconcagua II Sarmiento 632 Piso 1 Oficina 2 , entre las calles Perú y 25 de Mayo, MENDOZA, Argentina
b) entrance to Victor Delhez 5914
CHACRAS DE CORIA, MENDOZA, 5505 Argentina

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c) entrance to Victor Delhez 5954
CHACRAS DE CORIA, MENDOZA, 5505 Argentina

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5. 2 of his companies are:
Jaure Winery S.A.
Corporación Fiduciaria Cerro Montura S. A.

 

SOME OF HIS CLOSE CRIMINAL ASSOCIATES

ANDRES TOUCEDO

ABOVE – ANDRES FERNANDO TOUCEDO ZINGHINI – above is old mugshot, today
he is blind, old, skinny man with shoulder length, curly grey hair
BELOW – ROBERTO OSCAR SASSONE FERNANDEZ is also associated with OCG members Ronald Reboredo + Alejandro Quijano

Passport Ronald J. Reboredo Suarez --XL

ABOVE – RONALD REBOREDO 
BELOW – ALEJANDRO QUIJANO

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