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Fresh update on "wire fraud" discussed on Larry O'Connor
"Helped create Maryland's medical marijuana industry. She was sentenced in July for taking bribes. Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh is serving her three year prison sentence in Alabama after pleading guilty to wire fraud and tax evasion. Barbara Brit W E Mail and W m a l dot com The Senate Judiciary Committee probing the former FBI director about Crossfire Hurricane Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham is pressing former FBI director James Comey on information presented to obtain surveillance. Warrants. It is up to us to find out how it got off the rails on FBI Lawyer Doctor Document Committee Republicans say the FBI relied on the steel dossier, a compilation of salaciousness accusations collected by a former British spy only says that information was only part of the reason an investigation was opened, and it was in the main conducted in the right way picked up by the special counsel. Better. The indictment of dozens of people and inspector general discovered more than a dozen inaccuracies and omissions in the FBI warrant applications on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern, a Fox News the Justice Department in federal law enforcement officials announcing cases being filed in a multi district health care fraud takedown, which involved more than $6 billion and false and fraudulent claims. Brian Rabbit is the assisting acting assistant attorney general. Today's announcement marks the largest amount of fraud ever charged by the Department of Justice in a single national takedown operation. 345 defendants charged it cost 51 federal districts, including more than 100, doctors, nurses and other license medical professionals. Claims included more than $4.5 billion connected the telemedicine more than 845 million connected to substance abuse treatment facilities or sober homes and more than $806 million connected to other health care fraud and illegal opioid distribution schemes across the country. A man suspected of shooting and injuring two Los Angeles sheriff deputies now in custody. A man already arrested for Carjacking and shooting has been charged with attempted murder of two L. A county sheriff's deputies. 36 year old Deante Murray led deputies on a chase after the Carjacking incident and toss a pistol out of his car. Sheriff's officials say that gun matched the one used to shoot an injured To transit deputies days earlier, but reporters asked Sheriff Alex how they could trust him after he denied the Carjacking suspect was also suspected in the deputy ambush until Wednesday. We're not going to tell you everything we suspect that would not be doing our job. We had no evidence at that time. The time to anything else. After the deputies were shot, a small group of protesters showed up at the hospital, shouting that they hoped the deputy's died. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News checking your money. The Dow finished the day off 329 points. The S and P 528 the NASDAQ Up 82 double. Julie L Sports brought to you by unbound dot org's rookie and Rush Ed Russia Chase Young Couldn't miss Washington's game Sunday against the Ravens, and perhaps more after suffering a groin injury last Sunday young the nun, the number two overall pick did not practice today. You can hear all the action between the Washington football team and the Ravens this Sunday..
Fresh update on "wire fraud" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"3 53 1 of the fastest means created after last night's debate was almost ghoulish photo of gritty, surrounded by the words bad things happen in Philadelphia President Trump's words. It certainly didn't take long for the Biden camp to capitalize on something their candidate said. It was one of the lines in last night's debate left Would you show miss And who now the Biden campaign is out with. Will you shut up Man T shirts they cost around 30 bucks. It's that line superimposed over an image of Mr Trump with an unhappy look on his face. They're for sale on the campaign store website. A CBS News tally indicates the president interrupted Biden at least 73 times during the 90 minutes. Skirmish. Steve Cave and CBS News Louisiana Man and a Florida man are facing federal charges accused of gaining access to pro athletes, social media accounts and selling that info or using it to extort payments. Gravante, Washington and Ronnie McGreevy, each face wire fraud, conspiracy and computer fraud charges. Washington's from Louisiana. He is accused of obtaining user names and passwords for multiple NFL and N ba players and selling access to that info. Gravy from Florida allegedly obtained an NFL players email and instagram account information and extorted money in return for restoring access to the players. They were not accused of having worked together on those scams. 3 55 money News on K Y.
Fresh update on "wire fraud" discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"A. A cumulus stations. NEWS now. MALE news to why Maria Leave knew this now or the commission on presidential Debates, says it's adding new quote tools to maintain order. To the upcoming debate after last night's debate between President Trump and Joe Biden. In a statement released a short time ago, the commission saying quote the commission on Presidential Debates, sponsors televised debates for the benefit of the American electorate. Last night's debate made clear that additional structure should be added to the format of the remaining debates to ensure a more orderly discussion of the issues. The CPD will carefully Khun B. Considering the changes that it will adopt, and it will announce those measures shortly. There goes on to say that they are grateful to Chris Wallace for the professionalism and skill he brought to last night's debate. Statement, ending with an intends to ensure that additional tools to maintain order are in place for the remaining debates and quote House Democrats, meanwhile, may bring over vamped Corona virus bill to the floor soon, Fox News has learned. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer told Democrats the floor schedule was up in the air as they wait for the outcome of a planned call between Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin. Republican Senator Marco Rubio told Fox and friends relief cannot wait until after the election. I don't think there's any issue of getting PPP passed. I think the issue is they wanted to be a part of a bill that has other things, and it's the other things that there's no agreement on a tow, local and state governments continues to be a point of contention. The Democrats slim down $2.2 trillion measure includes more direct payments to many Americans. Rachel Sutherland's Fox, another former Baltimore area lawmaker, headed to prison. Former Maryland state delegate Cheryl Glenn is being taken to a federal prison up in Danbury, Connecticut, to serve her two year sentence after being convicted of taking bribes for legislative favors. That's the prison, best known from the TV show Orange is the new black girl and a Democrat who's represented parts of Baltimore for over a decade. Helped create Maryland's medical marijuana industry. She was sentenced in July for taking bribes. Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh is serving her three year prison sentence in Alabama after pleading guilty to wire fraud and tax evasion. Barbara Brit w ml and W m a l dot com The Justice Department in federal law enforcement officials announcing cases being filed in a multi district health care fraud take down, which involved more than $6 billion and false and fraudulent claims. Brian Rabbit, is he acting assistant attorney general. Today's announcement marks the largest amount of fraud ever charged by the Department of Justice. In a single national takedown operation. 345 defendants charged across 51 federal district, including mohr than 100, doctors, nurses and other license medical professionals. Claims included more than $4.5 billion connected a telemedicine more than 845 million connected to substance abuse treatment facilities or sober homes and more than $806 million connected to other health care fraud and illegal opioid distribution schemes across the country. Ford re calling hundreds of thousands of vehicles over faulty back of cameras. Florida is recalling more than 700,000 vehicles in North America and across the company's line up 2020 F series trucks, Explorers, Mustangs, transit expeditions escape Rangers and the Ford Edge, saying their backup cameras can show distorted images or suddenly go dark. Ah, poor electrical connection is blame to the problem. No report of crashes or injuries. Oh Rico, also including the Lincoln Nautilus, in course there. Jeff Manasso Fox News on Wall Street. This now or the Dow Up 511 points. The S and P 551, the NASDAQ up 1 73 double drama l traffic and weather. Next.
New York Police officer arrested for helping China spy on city’s Tibetan community
"In New York City police officer accused of being a spy for the Chinese government by monitor Ji Yang Wang Ah, community affairs officer who is also in the army reserves, is accused of acting to inform Chinese officials of what ethnic Tibetans are doing in the US and also Providing inside access to New York police for the Chinese Consulate. Angling is a naturalized U. S citizen but also a Chinese native. He faced three other counts in addition to acting as an agent of a foreign government wire fraud, making false statements and obstructing an official proceeding, and Wang did not ask for bail at a hearing Monday but can requested in his next court appearance, which has not yet been
Justice Dept. charges 5 Chinese citizens with hacking more than 100 companies; 2 Malaysian businessmen also arrested
"Has announced charges against five suspected Chinese hackers into Malaysian businessman for alleged computer breeches and other crimes. NPR's Ryan Lucas has more The five Chinese defendants face charges related to computer hacks of more than 100, American and foreign companies. I meant allegedly targeted firms in a range of industries, including software, development, video games and telecommunications, as well as think tanks in universities. They They face face charges charges of of conspiracy, conspiracy, wire wire fraud, fraud, money money laundering laundering and and other other crimes. crimes. The The two two Malaysian Malaysian businessman businessman also also face face a a range range of of charges, charges, including including racketeering, racketeering, conspiracy conspiracy and and money money laundry. laundry. They They are are accused accused of of working working with with hackers hackers to to target target video video game game companies companies in in the the U. U. S S and and elsewhere. elsewhere. Officials Officials say say Malaysian Malaysian authorities authorities arrested arrested the the men men at at the the request request of of the the U. U. S S government, government, which which is seeking their extradition. Ryan Lucas NPR NEWS Washington A bipartisan group of House
Chicago nursing home executives charged with fraud
"Of Chicago nursing home executives are accused of defrauding investors of millions of dollars is part of a Ponzi scheme. 50 year Olds Valiant, Finer and 40 year old rez. Volver face wire fraud charges, prosecutors say between 2012 and 2017 2 sold investors membership interests in companies under the umbrella of F and our healthcare to sell nursing homes and assisted living. Facilities. Investment returns were apparently paid to investors through the Ponzi scheme, while finer and better use their funds for personal benefit. Both have pleaded not guilty to all counts.
Former Chicago Bears Player Josh Bellamy Charged In $24M COVID-Relief Fraud Scheme
"A former U of our football player and NFL player has been arrested. I am charged in a cove ID relief fraud scheme. 31 year old Josh Bellamy was charged in a federal criminal complaint in Florida with wire fraud, bank fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud. The complaint alleges that Bellamy conspired with others to obtain millions of dollars in fraudulent PPP loans. Bellamy is alleged to have obtained a loan of more than $1 million for his own company Drip Entertainment. Prosecutors say Bellamy spent the money on luxury goods and at a Miami casino. Josh Bellamy was a receiver who played it. Louisville under then coach Charlie Strong is NFL career included stints with the Bears and Jets.
Novi Man Charged In Scheme To Steal $3.1M From Paycheck Protection Program
"No by man is facing federal charges for allegedly stealing money meant to help local businesses through the Koven 19 pandemic Diva nails the tax wolf, just two of the apparently phony companies, through which U. S. Attorney Matthew Schneider says 44 year old Antoni of George bled the government's payroll protection program. The evidence in the complaint indicates that the 19 supposing Cos. Appeared to be fake. Because the the documentation submitted for the loans just didn't add up. And so the bank called the FBI. The FBI worked with us and that's why we brought these charges. Schneider says. Their investigation shows that George stole over $3 million disturbing, he says, when some companies weren't able to get any help at all. George is charged with wire fraud, which carries a penalty of up to 20 years in prison.
Former Trump chief strategist, Steve Bannon, arrested on fraud charges
"Trump is distancing himself from former adviser Steve Bannon after Bannon was arrested in connection to an alleged fundraising scheme for a border wall fund. Former adviser to President Donald Trump, Steve Bannon smiled as he left in New York City courthouse Thursday. He spoke briefly to a swarm of supporters and media presidents, former chief strategist is out of jail on $5 Million bond after pleading not guilty to wire fraud and money laundering charges, Prosecutors say he defrauded donors in a $25 million campaign to fund a wall along the border with Mexico.
Steve Bannon Arrested on Border-Wall Fraud Charges
"Architect of Donald Trump's twenty-six election victory who wants claimed he wanted to destroy the state and bring everything crashing down was arrested on a yacht on Thursday and has since pleaded not guilty after being charged with defrauding donors in a scheme to help build the president's signature wool across the US Mexico border. As a top advisor to trump's presidential campaign who later served as White House chief strategist. Bannon. Helped articulate the America first right-wing populism and fierce opposition to immigration that have been hallmarks of trump's three and a half years in office. Dinan was among four people arrested and charged by federal prosecutors in Manhattan with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money. Laundering prosecutors accused the defendants of defrauding hundreds of thousands of dollars through a twenty, five, million dollar crowdfunding campaign cold we build the wall. Bannon used hundreds of thousands of dollars of that money to cover personal expenses according to the charges. He was freed on a five million dollar bond and was barred by Federal Magistrate Judge from traveling internationally. Bannon was arrested in Connecticut by agents from the prosecutor's office and the US Postal Inspection Service aboard a one hundred and fifty foot long yachts according to a law enforcement source trump told reporters at the White House that he feels very badly about the challenges but typically sought to distance himself from Bannon and the alleged scheme Bannon is the eighth close trump associates to be arrested or convicted of a crime former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort longtime friend and advisor Roger. Stone. Former national security adviser. Michael Flynn and former personal lawyer Michael Cohen. The indictment comes as the Republican. President trails Democratic challenger Joe Biden in opinion polls ahead of the November third presidential election. Biden's campaign said corruption surrounds trump.
Steve Bannon indicted for fraud over campaign to build private border wall
"An indictment unsealed this morning in Manhattan Federal court shows former White House adviser in Trump Campaign Chairman Steve Bannon has been arrested along with three others, all accused of ripping off donors who gave to an online crowdfunding campaign called we Build that wall. He was once one of the president's chief strategist, and now he's facing wire fraud charges. And and is accused of funneling private donations into his own pocket. This scheme involved and co funding page called We built the wall Private donors for has to help President Trump fulfill his promise to build a wall on the southern border. The effort raised $25 million And and and three other men promised they wouldn't be paid. The indictment claims he's came hundreds of thousands of dollars. His 66 year old was arrested this morning. Peter has school that huge city as whose radio 80
Steve Bannon Indicted for Fraud Over Campaign to Build Private Border Wall
"President Trump's former campaign strategist Steve Bannon, arrested in a federal fraud case tied to the We build the Wall Online campaign. Three other defendants also named in that indictment, including disabled vet Brian Call, father. ABC is Karen Travers has more. Bannon was arrested this morning and federally indicted for conspiracy to commit wire fraud and money laundering in connection to a crowdfunding campaign to build a border wall. Bannon expected to make a virtual appearance in court today in Lower Manhattan. The White House when asked to comment, referred questions to the Justice
GoFundMe "Trump Wall" campaign to refund all donors
"Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, along with three others, is accused of defrauding donors to there. We build the Wall Crowdfunding campaign that raised more than $25 million Authorities with the Southern District of New York say donors were told the money would be spent on border wall construction, but that some of those funds were siphoned off for personal gain and routed through a Shell corporation using fake invoices in sham vendor arrangements to conceal it. All four were arrested This morning. They're charged with wire fraud and money laundering, each of which carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in
Houston to clean more than 70 homeless encampments by end of 2020
"In in Councilman Councilman Robert Robert Diego's Diego's district district residents in this area home My office, of course, complaining about the number of individuals that are underneath these overpasses, and if they have to walk from one side to the other, it's not safe for them. Tio be walking underneath these overpasses. City crews will continue clearing and cleaning the encampments through the end of the year. A former Harris County district judge, who was charged with wire fraud last year, is out on bond after being arrested again. Alexandra
Man Sold Stolen Art Taken From Chicago's Deerfield Storage Unit With Help From Employee: Feds
"Year old sheriff Bill Man is now charged with wire fraud tied to the theft of a collection of expensive artwork. The U. S attorney's office in Illinois is accusing John Garcia of Cheryl Ville and associate Of stealing nearly 160 pieces of paintings, sculptures and rugs from a storage center in Deerfield and reselling the items of thousands of dollars. The order of the stolen goods noticed the items were missing when they visited the storage facility back in May. That's a Garcia, who also uses aliases. John Adams, John Adam Ito and Michael Chapman kept the stolen items at a storyteller in Orland Park in a home in Highland Park. Keith
Former Harris County judge indicted on wire fraud charges finds herself in trouble again, Houston
"District judge who was charged with wire fraud last year, is out on bond after being arrested again. Alexandra Smoots Thomas is accused of assaulting her husband's girlfriend. She reportedly fired a shotgun in the direction the woman outside a home there. Few quake in Buffalo Speedway. She was charged Wednesday with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Smoots Thomas was accused last year of using campaign funds to pay for her mortgage and tuition for one of her Children. Nick Cranky Bitch. NewsRadio 7 40 k. T. R. H.
Department of Justice charges 2 Chinese hackers for allegedly targeting COVID-19 research
"Justice to Barba says China is at it again. Hackers working with the Chinese government targeted firm's developing corona virus vaccines and stole hundreds of millions of dollars worth of intellectual property and trade secrets from companies worldwide. The indictment says. The hackers in recent months research vulnerabilities and the computer networks of Massachusetts, a Maryland companies known for their work and developing vaccines and treatments. The case was filed this month in federal court. That indictment includes charges of trade, secret theft and wire fraud, conspiracy against the hackers. Prosecutors say stole information of interest that the Chinese government, the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D. C hasn't
U.S. says China backed hackers who targeted COVID-19 vaccine research
"Justice to Barba says China is at it again. Hackers working with the Chinese government targeted firm's developing corona virus vaccines and stole hundreds of millions of dollars worth of intellectual property and trade secrets from companies worldwide. The indictment says. The hackers in recent months researched vulnerabilities and the computer networks of Massachusetts, a Maryland companies known for their work and developing vaccines and treatments. The case was filed this month in federal court. That indictment includes charges of trade, secret theft and wire fraud, conspiracy against the hackers, who prosecutors say stole information of interest to the Chinese government. The Chinese Embassy in Washington, D. C hasn't commented
China hackers sought to steal coronavirus vaccine research, says US
"Has accused to Chinese hackers of stealing trade secrets from companies developing a vaccine for covert 19. It's a case that was filed in this state. The indictment says the hackers had researched vulnerabilities in the computer networks of companies publicly known for their work in developing vaccines and treatments. It charges theft and wire fraud conspiracies against the hackers. Whom federal officers say stole hundreds of millions of dollars worth of information that they knew could be of interest to the Chinese government. There's
Roger Stone calls black radio host Mo’Kelly a racial slur during interview
"Me on the line is the Roger Stone. We're right in the middle of a hot and heated debate about whether there was a material lie or whether there was any knowing intent to deceive or mislead the federal government. And we're in lock pitched battle the moment Roger Stone you were saying I was saying that there is no underlying crime here. But again, we have an MSNBC that I would be charged with espionage, treason, conspiracy against United States, money laundering, mail fraud, wire fraud. Aiding and betting a conspiracy cyber crimes, including unauthorized access to a detective, computer cyber crimes, including receipts, distribution of stolen material, Yet I'm not indicted with any of those, although you will read in the media that that indictment was coming for almost two years. So where are the serious crimes here? And while we're at it, there will be a full investigation into bay in October of 17 which by the way, is three months after Robert Mueller already knew there was no rush inclusion. When asked about this before the Senate Judiciary Committee ride. Rosenstein said that he did not approve the investigation into Roger Stone, which we know from the document that he did on October 26 40 17. So in other words, Rosen seeing Guess what lied to Congress about a material matter. What's he being charged? I don't know. Just standard. That's my argument. You know, I do believe that certain people are treated differently in the federal justice system. I do absolutely believe that. But I also believe that your friendship and relationship in history with Donald Trump weighed more heavily than him. Just wanted to make sure that justice was done by AH person in the justice system that you were treated so unfairly. There are thousands of people treated unfairly. Daily. How your number just happen to come up in the lottery. I'm guessing it was more than just look. Roger, right? What was she like arguing with me? I'm sorry, was that Roger. Roger. I'm sorry. What did you say? I'm sorry. You you argue with him. I thought we were having just a very spirited conversation. What happened? Would you not like to continue the conversation, sir? I hear that the line is not dead. You're back. I don't know what that is. Well, Yeah, I was, uh, I was talking and you said something about Negro, so I wasn't exactly sure. Our did not Okay. You know your mind your mind? I okay. Well, we'll let the listeners decide.
Indiana mother and daughter charged with COVID-19 wire fraud
"Thursday. Money Mules in Indiana, Chris Davis reports on the mom and daughter Duo arrested for check fraud. Washington State has lost millions of dollars in unemployment benefits that people didn't deserve. And some of that money has gone to a Hoosier mom and daughter from Fort Branch Rose Ann as a really low is the mom and Andrea Rene Pit. Lynskey is the daughter. They were getting checks from Washington state that they didn't deserve in their bank accounts, cashing them and then giving part of the money to the person who orchestrated this scheme. And he has not been arrested yet, says U S Attorney
"wire fraud" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"They were guilty of federal crimes they got sent to prison for a federal fraud and federal wire fraud you know the wire fraud was writing emails to each other each other to create this is when the federal government you know they can use all these statutes to just just hammer you for writing these emails constituted a a use of wire fraud and yeah that's what they did that's what they did they charge them with federal grant sent them to prison well guess what the Supreme Court has thrown ouch the bridge gate convictions and justice Elena Kagan who I will say Elena Kagan is a liberal she is a liberal and she's on the Supreme Court Elena Kagan is a smart lawyer scallop like Elaine okay gonna smart IC I admit what's true just a sort of my order for example is a third year lawyer and he's just not at the level of understanding and comprehension of the law to be on the Supreme Court both liberals but one of them very smart lawyer the other one now okay you can hear wrote that not every corrupt and I'm I I know I believe it was yeah it was a unanimous ruling it was unanimous ruling so I will give credit to every answer everyone on the court that they made the right call which this is but it's also of course is the unanimous ruling federal wire fraud for writing an email to start a traffic jam now this is this is the kind of act that yes people should be held it's a stupid thing to do people should be held accountable but this is something you get fired for this isn't something you go to federal prison for Sir do you think of all the people that you know would during protests will stand in the street and block traffic you know yeah sure they may be arrested in process because they're actively personally blocking traffic sure decent prison for four years I mean actually I kind of think sometimes we should but still federal crime that's what they're saying and here's here's what the just justice Elena Kagan writing for this unique unanimous ruling here's how she put it quote not every corrupt acts by state or local officials is a federal crime because this team here did not aim to obtain money or property Baroni and Kelly could not have violated the federal program fraud for wire fraud laws and quote think of how I look I you know give credit and the the lives on the court even some of my order all right I'm in a minute this is not a lawyer but you know they did the right thing even gave Ginsburg I think of a call in for the our goal oral arguments recently there was a battle on BP's about how they're trying to lock Ginsberg in in not card is it hello what's the thing that they put in Star Wars they put you is is a carbonite then I saw the guy you know India you're a Star Wars Curnow exploring to make wow and you still have to watch the Mandalorian have you I have not but producer Nick is telling us it is carbonite Bruiser neck he's he's a he's a Star Wars Bafana yeah carbonite they're trying to lock the did the joke in the Babylon bee is they're gonna lock Ginsberg in carbonite because there anything to make sure that she's okay you know she's still on the Supreme Court especially I mean if trump wins reelection they're they're not going to give you I don't know what they're gonna do but you're gonna see Ginsburg show off and they should be like the first year sideboard gets everybody agreed they're going to grammar implants they have to put it in the you know the technology twenty first century sci fi stuff whatever they're gonna do they're gonna that's how much they they value having a a Supreme Court as a super legislature for the lab but let's go back here to the to the moment this is to the throw out here and they mention of blah blah governor Bob McDonnell conviction which was also thrown out by the Supreme Court these are Republicans you think that's an accident these are other Republican operatives Republican politicians who are over zealously prosecuted by the feds oh you mean the deep state has been around for a long time you mean the deep state isn't just some new thing against trump mom that's right if you're a live if you're a Democrat you get to look you get to just under a different set of rules that's just that's just the way it is that's what we see happening time and again but that this was the right move how can you how can you be guilty of fraud and wire fraud for just doing you know doing something within your power it is with the world was within their powers to do this they said they call that a traffic study or something but it was essentially a really dumb prank and I'm following I don't think it's a funny one I think traffic is not funny I think it's really frustrating and I think you know I don't know a producer mark would do if you put him in traffic for two hours because of a prank and then you hand them a baseball bat and said those the people responsible how she don't even know it would not be pretty it would not be pretty the museum it would not be pretty so I understand right I understand it's very frustrating but yeah they should be fired they should be fired and the reputation should be damage federal prison where what's the fraud being a moron if it's being a moron is a federal fraud and writing in an email about your being a moron is a federal wire fraud we better really star locking up some politicians all over the place this was absurd the fact that federal prosecutors took it to this extent the fact that that that a judge allow this to happen in the first case on a unanimous a unanimous overthrow office from the Supreme Court just goes to show you folks there are a lot of political hacks and activists wearing robes and prosecutors are you know judges robes and prosecutors are not like a normal room air check among not like I'm a real guy well when I go to a hotel and I'll put on the road just because I feel like you got if you really get in the hotel five but I'm not a real guy never have been where was I I just got confused for a second yes so they had to I was thinking about a time when you actually go to like spas in these places that you could live a normal life and where road and you can't do that anymore so it will win for justice here you know these people their reputations are ruined their lives are forever forever marred by this they should be in federal prison and even all the lives in the Supreme Court agree but remember my initial premise here where are the Democrats who are unfairly unfairly district the only one that can come along and maybe for some of you is the glory of H. two is clearly comic corrupt guy but who's your who's come to Google images defense overreach of the governor trump and Republicans Democrats that are saying yeah you W. which wasn't really that bad he got a raw deal they like the same people want to control every aspect of your life we're now in the pandemic the same people want to tell you to what you could be the after recycling no plastic bags being used all this stuff those same people like that the state the big S. state is able to crush anyone they want using the courts and using the prosecutors a weapons that's not the country I want to live in if you're gonna go to prison whatever you did should be able to be in one sentence it should be clear what he did why it's bad and why you need to have your freedom taken away it shouldn't be some commentators shouldn't be like the Logan act for example which they went after Flynn all right it should be some bull crap that we all know is ridiculous.
"wire fraud" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
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"wire fraud" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
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"wire fraud" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And your next traffic update. Four twenty eight on the traffic leader KCBS. All right. Let's take a look at the six day forecast. Because after all the rain we've had this winter you're going to like the fact that we're going to see blue sky starting tomorrow today. Scattered showers on and off pretty much all day, highs only upper fifties to mid sixty s but then turning sunny tomorrow with mid to upper sixties for Friday afternoon, sunny and even warmer Saturday through Monday, sixty s to the low and mid seventies. And then partly cloudy and just a little cooler on Tuesday and around the bay right now, we're at fifty degrees in Santa Rosa down to forty nine in Livermore this morning and forty eight in Redwood City, forty six in San Jose, fifty one in Oakland, fifty two in Napa and in San Francisco this morning. It's fifty six degrees on the embarked Darrow, traffic and weather together on the it's on all news one. Oh, six nine and AM. Seven forty KCBS. What does building a better Bank? Look like it starts with building Capital, One cafes warm inviting places that feel nothing like a typical Bank were you can open an account with no fees or minimum in five minutes. And you'll always find people ready to help you not sell. You. Welcome to banking reimagined. What's in your wallet? For consumers only offered by Capital One and a member FDIC cafes. Available in select locations, copyright, two thousand eighteen capital. One. The news time four twenty one the lawyer for a Palo Alto. Couple caught up in the college admissions cheating scandal says his clients will fight the charges. Dr Gregory Colbourne is a radiation. Oncologist he and his wife. Amy are among the thirty three parents across the country charged in a federal complaint alleging conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud in a scheme.
"wire fraud" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"To get this winter. Oh my goodness. I sorry to have disturbed you. So Michael avenue. We know about it started with stormy Daniels. And then he just was everywhere. Like, I was even here in Houston about running for president of like, dude, just having fifteen minutes of fame. Does not just hearing it. He was announcing he was going to run for office. And I said you fifteen minutes of fame. Do not qualify. You, sir. I'm sorry. But then apparently it was reported that he got into some scuffle with his ex wife, then it was reported that he was. Bankrupt and it. Yeah. You'd screwed up his company, right? His partner was suing him. There was a bunch of stuff coming out. He got charged with two major crimes. On two different sides of the country in LA. He's been charged wire fraud. So do you have the there was a big press conference yesterday? And so I don't know much about these wire fraud charges because the big one is the Nike extortion that he was trying to who's trying to get twenty million plus bucks out of Nike to not go public with information that he says some. Ex- disgruntled coach of a high school team had against Nike. So here's the A charges. This is New York's. Oh, this is the Nike stop. This is a Nike, then don't do it. So don't do it yet. So these fraud charges. These may have something to do with his his law firm. I'm sorry. I thought you had just the fraud charges. So the that is the US attorney in L A. He's being charged there. I don't really have the parameters of that particular case in New York. The US attorney is addressing the Nike extortion. Case today, we announce criminal stores and charges.
"wire fraud" Discussed on KOMO
"Wire fraud charges worked as doesn't accounts receivable clerk, the Costco, store and five for twenty years starting in nineteen Ninety-six during her last five years there and an investigation found she manipulated entries and business customer accounts Klein, then funneled money. Into her own Bank accounts and an account associated with her son. As komo's Frank Lenzi reporting the woman who falsely accused bellevue's police chief of sexual assault is now accused of making up the claims forty-five-year-old dune Schneider of is equality is charged with malicious prosecution and tampering with physical evidence. Her claims against the chief and two officers led to a massive investigation, which eventually disproved her claims. My let has simply has since returned to the job. There's a new warning to the Trump administration from the north west do something about the dwindling Chinook salmon numbers, and the effect that has on the Puget Sound orcas or some environmental groups are going to sue komo's Ryan Harris tells us what they want the administration to do those groups which include the Washington-based wild fish conservancy say it's basically now or never to save the orcas and the salmon Julie -til Simmons with the center for biological diversity says there's a direct relationship between Chinook salmon numbers and the health of the orcas. Not only do they need to eat. But here about contaminants and toxins in the Puget Sound, and they get stored in the fat of these orcas, and when they're hungry it's released. So we really need to get these orcas enough to eat, and then they can better deal with all the other threats that they're facing including disturbance from vessels and contaminants Simmons, and the others say the fed specifically the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration or working with nearly ten year old data and that it needs to be updated. So salmon harvests reflect that the group sent the administration a sixty day notice of a lawsuit. If nothing is done a no spokesman couldn't comment. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. Komo news time eight ten now. Our sports update from the Harley exterior sports desk with Tom hutler. Seahawks put guard Jordan Simmons on injured. Reserve after suffered a knee injury last week against San Francisco. He had played well in history starts filling in for DJ. Fluker. Who was hurt? His status is questionable for the Kansas City game due to a hamstring injury running back. Rashad penny also might be out against the chiefs because of a knee injury. Kansas City favored by two and a half. Huskies prepare. But the Rosebowl welcoming in some future dogs today as we hear from komo's Bill Swartz on the class of two thousand nine hundred Washington coaches, expecting twenty national letters of intent from high school athletes on this early signing day the two thousand nineteen class features Graham capacity quarterback Dylan Morris five defensive lineman, including six four three hundred Pounder a tweet tweet from Hawaii the dogs. Also get a place kicker Timothy horn from awas who and that is the class of two thousand eighteen early signing period. Of course, these spring signing period still there, but a lot of players and teams often to get that commitment made right away the Cougars. Also, welcoming a large class today. College hoops last night, number eight Gonzaga entered a two-game losing streak with a an eighty nine fifty five win over Texas. Arlington sports at ten and forty past the hour. Tom hutler on the home of the huskies. Komo news. Komo news time.
"wire fraud" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The feds got involved Justice pretty, was? Indicted in June by the. US attorney for the southern district of West Virginia night wasn't indicted for the actual spending because as. Me, just said that's not illegal right so he was indicted for Wire fraud which is basically using a, state gas card, to? Make purchases for personal trips Also for lying, allegedly about about these things. When the when the feds asked him about, some, of them he is alleged short lied and then there's another charge relating to witness tampering which we're not totally sure what the details, of that he's alleged to have not Hamburg with the testimony or potential testimony Of an employee at the court. And so he was indicted in June and once he was, invited that was of course. The legislature had talked about impeaching him and, there'd, been a lot of back and forth but that was kind of a spark you know the guy has now been indicted So let's start and teach me proceedings and as as we can talk about, once they got started the the ball. Got rolling, ultimately all of them were teached Now I'd like to Laurie I'd like. To there's a bizarre sidelight in this we're talking about alad Laughlin who was, a court get elected state supreme court. As a chief judge Byers the administrate out and now, he's been in the thick of it at all kinds of charges. But lawfully had another? Career of sorts he was an author and before we go to break tell, us in a few seconds about loss of venture. Into writing what did he right and when did he write it to power. Phrase when he was a clerk he published a book kind of self published it. I believe that was that came out of his Bischel are his. Doctoral thesis he has a doctorate and. The title of the book is don't buy another vote I won't pay for a landslide. That's, sorted and continuing history of Political corruption in West Virginia so this book, purports to be really is frankly you know they'd. Be definitive history of clinical collection in West Virginia and I have a copy. Myself they're selling for about four hundred dollars on Amazon so yes he does have. Quite the background in collection and. He's now written his own chapter I should mention as a side light Former Senator John McCain had written was it contributed that book, as was a former Senator Robert Byrd the one of the lion. Of the Senate when he was alive so here we have law-free now indicted. At all kinds of really nasty charges having, spent, all middle leg on his furniture yes, got elected to the state supreme court and he, is among other things and your Lori this book will be. Worth millions is now out your print It's a very interesting sidelight so So we have now, we have lottery Lewis is. Isolated and who is a zero the focus of Canterbury gotten the attention of the, press the public and the legislature but he's not gonna go down alone and remember the keep this in mind as we go to a very short one minute, breaks lost weight in, the furniture partisan did nothing wrong nor did anybody. Else any of the other justices this is Bob Zadek went up. Talking with Lori live this morning Lori has written a wonderful story telling us about the impeachment of. The, entire West. Virginia supreme court well not quite. They were resignations more about that when we, come back from. One minute break please. Stay tuned there's so much. Water.
"wire fraud" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Improprieties i don't know about wire fraud and bank fraud i once had a i once had a an account with you know with the bank where i had a home equity account and i could i could draw out money for whatever reason i wanted to tell the bank while i was doing so i'm sort of mystified about the bank fraud notion as far as the as far as the election law violation okay maybe there was an election law violation if in fact he did it to help the campaign as opposed to say saving malania the embarrassment or whatever other motive even if you assume that he did it to help the campaign back in two thousand twelve president obama got millions of dollars in contributions that were not accounted for properly there were me a couple of million and a half more that were given by people who were over the limit and that case was compromised for a fine so it doesn't seem that that's all in the past they've treated those kinds of violations all that seriously wow i do not even remember that meanwhile didn't remember it either it was andy mccarthy who pointed that out in an excellent column that he wrote rosenstein sending sending the southern district of new york this case as opposed to handing metaphors case himself so the choices why why has this question yesterday why rosenstein send the cohen case to southern district of new york why didn't he let muller just follow through himself i have no idea i assume that he would have had to have expanded his mandate to include misconduct by by by the lawyer and that's going much too far remember what started all of this was supposed meddling by the russians we haven't had any cases on that so if he then starts expanding his mandate to include things that are even further from that then what we've seen so far that's not really progress in the right direction this whole thing got started because turning general jeff sessions recused himself should he have done that maybe maybe the timing was was.
"wire fraud" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"That what this is is cohen his attorney getting flagged for a few things one of the things he may get flagged for and busted for is he took out one hundred and thirty thousand dollar loan against his house whatever right from his house to pay stormy daniels and he may have lied to his bank when he got the loan or to took out a loan against his house whatever the exact here i'll just share with you at some point this is in the washington post cohen's new york bank first republic flagged this transaction the one hundred hundred grand stormy daniels attorney flag the transaction to the treasury department as a suspicious payment according to the wall street journal says the washington post so in i've heard other experts today say that that's what they think this is is some kind of bank fraud or lying on an application to get the loan sending it and such or along with that it could be wire fraud he wired the money you know so i don't know if getting it illegally by not being honest on the application and then goes to wire fraud as well by transmitting i wouldn't be surprised right it's usually how stuff like that rolls so multiple sources reporting that this is what they're looking at nothing on trump as of now there could be something i just don't know so but but they also said breaking federal election laws that's one of the questions to and no no the whole thing will chris no he got a there was a kind gift to tom donald trump after the election twelve days for the election would hundred thirty grand nope what folks don't understand and they don't wanna hear this right especially the folks on cnn and the left what they what they don't want to admit they don't want to hear and we wanna know is extremely extremely high bar to meet to cross the threshold to get a charge let alone a prosecution that's even remotely successful on federal election law this is not this does not meet the criteria it is not hitting the threshold according to rick rick hasten a professor.
"wire fraud" Discussed on TechStuff
"Had to declare bankruptcy in two thousand twelve and it went into chapter eleven but then was forced into chapter seven which means it was liquidated a judge ordered all assets liquidated to pay off creditors robertson taylor had been selling stock certificates for a company that simply could not conduct business as was claimed and this wasn't just bad news to wealthy investors who were out of a big wall of cash serve tears employees suffered as well there were real people who had been working for a company under the belief that it was a legitimate business but their paychecks stopped as the company ralph of cash and toward the end the company's bank account was that negative 5 thousand dollars before they were able to secure a two hundred fifty thousand dollar alone allegedly a good amount of that loan would end up going to some personal expenses that roberts had accumulated rather than to actually pay off creditors of the company according to prosecutors because yes of course is going to end in another court case it was all base on false revenue projections that's what the value the perceive value of this company was was hinging upon robertson taylor would be arrested on charges that they committed wire fraud roberts pled guilty or pleaded guilty and his sentencing was scheduled to happen in two thousand seventeen though as of the recording of this podcast that still hasn't happened it may happen sometime in mid march last i heard of he faces up to twenty years in prison his buddy terrence taylor also pleaded guilty to wire fraud charges and he was recently sentenced to five years in prison back in december two thousand seventeen now there's a lot more i could say about roberts for example he also led a company called hashing space which is a bitcoin minor hosting service terrence taylor was the cfo over there too but after the feds served a sixcount indictment against the two guys they both stepped down from that company hashing space continued on a buying out roberts says.
"wire fraud" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You do a little checking yeah the indictments were for things like wire fraud identity theft a believe there was a care there was a diamond for bank fraud okay remain there was thirteen indictments handed down it wasn't just that somebody is yes they their goal the trolls goal was to perpetuate what you here on talk radio most of the day they poured gasoline on a culture war yes indictments were handed down for things like identity theft of which there is clearly definitions of identity theft it contained in here 'cause i'm looking at the indictment and wire fraud and bank fraud and things like that things that would stick although they will not be extradited well i i wasn't aware of that so i apologize for my and we're gonna do you think what did you think the indictments were four well unfortunately i'm getting my news from the newspaper of the newspaper didn't say with your die i'm sorry why are you laughing what in doubt what newspaper you reading big well away what newspaper you're eating the statements you've got to tell me in the american statesman you read the article did not tell you what the indictments were four red earned sunday's so i missed yesterday then there yesterday the dow on friday so sunday there is the article that within the state's seeding the news on the eu's didn't see it in the news on friday is that right i watch tv terrestrial new now okay do you read anything any news she sits you read the paper yeah you did not read it he did not read about the indictments in any news organization no i have not okay is there is there yeah there it takes less than a second and a half it's their there i want to say i just don't wanna read don't blame the news it's everywhere it everywhere you want the news go to know i'll be like a second one second you could have more than ever you can read the entire text which no one would want to do but i i.
"wire fraud" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Government thing here in charge of their code conspiracy m wire fraud and a affect what the justice department alleging he is that mr bowe got he had information from hewlett packard about a transaction where it needed to have be able to exchange u dollars for a british pound sterling six billion dollars worth of pounds sterling and that essentially at his direction barclays was running this trade so they engaged in transactions so that book for h peace trades could be unwound they could make money off them because given the size of the trade he would have an effect on the market price so this is a little bit like an insider trading case but of course if not insider trading because its currency in currency options those aren't covered by the securities laws cheers electronic stay of telephone calls how incriminating are they will we don't want any time before with the phone call and of course the bank all record their business call hand to chat room that we had the usual vulgar language if you will and same thing that certainly found very incriminating that get we're going to go out and try to make our own money uh get ourselves in a better position before our client and then what he said that the client hewlett packard was something very different so this is uh become pretty much the government standard playbook in these types of case his lawyer says these entities action is a cool mist to rewrite the longstanding rules that market makers in foreign exchanges for many years is there anything to that perhaps a defence well certainly hewlettpackard have to know the barclays is one of the leading banks in the foreign exchange area and of course they're going to be trading the us pound trade is one of the leading foreign exchange trade so essentially the claim is look they had to know and everyone knows that we're going to continue trading we're going to continue taking positions in this market so maybe we pompidou's a little bit but it wasn't just off of your information it's that this is what we do every day you entrust us with the information but we're going to continue to trade it's not like we're going to stop trading that one of the defence tried in another trial with an hsbc banker robert johnson and it didn't go over well with the jury at least to.
"wire fraud" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Dollars by misrepresenting the financial health of his construction company he allegedly omitted his company's largest debt obligation to make it seem more profitable than it was the company went under months later gregor faces to wire fraud charges each carries a minimum make that a maximum sentence of twenty years i'll be sentenced in march salos county police have arrested and charged of mandated july carjacking police say eighteen year old tyrian weedon stole a vehicle at gunpoint the morning of july 16th wedin was recently identified as the suspect is being held on a one hundred thousand dollars cash only bond there's a new magazine launching in the st louis area out in st louis focuses on the lgbt community in those interested in what were up to editor in chief chris amdro says they're making a bolt back that the el the lgbt community isn't dead what does he mean by that offers this consensus in the industry that were so mainstream now that there is no need for our own publications but the fact is a community is still there community were fascinating interesting things are happening and people outside of that community want to look in and see what's going on so we're betting that if we did deliver a quality product to their affleck's and connects us people will read it out in f t lba quarterly publication to starts we'll check traffic at the bottom of the hour plus will take a look see if there's any snow in the christmas forecast came news time is six 24 your news for me me steamer tad radio limits are grier is.
"wire fraud" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The third of course be a third right why a kids his grandfather's be so proud of that that pittsburgh faced financial adviser who was charged by the securities exchange commission with wire fraud in the millions of dollars andy he was one of those guys that also iran or a basically a of recruiting service where he would try and get you know athletes to invest in different opportunities in this and not and why when an opportunity didn't work then he would borrow from another athlete that was one of his clients ponzi type scheme and at this thing kept running deeper and deeper and he was involved obviously what route and also with robert quinn former great unc defensive lineman i had a runner trying to get him to come in and be under their umbrella this thing got deeper and deeper any got more in debt and morin debt and finally the fbi got him and he he became a witness for the fbi providing info that sparked this whole thing and ended it in in disinvest to gatien into as slave all points out in this piece the relationship between college basketball coach's by annual advisers agents marking officials and apparel company employees in recruiting nb a bound up players that's where it began that's where the holes dog and the rabbit runs deep i can i do mean deep i can't wait to hear how they're going to defend this and com and come up with a defence plan the kondracke all the stuff in the nba from the fbi skewed where the fbi again freddie towns we said it tonight when it comes public no date out they don't just have you they got you in once they've got you they want to get others and the coaches that have been popped had cold st on their hands and have been arrested for whether it's i mean that that list of of charges as deep from bribery to conspiracy each commit fraud and on down the line they want more names and they want bigot dollar amounts and guess what they're going to get them any your school whomever your school would have whichever one it might be you are as big a target as anybody out there because there's one coach described to me upset this a few times tonight and that.
"wire fraud" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Could odd to me you could almost argue that's a victimless crime it is it is breaking the nc aa rules that was why call bilas yesterday want to figure out what part of that is actually a crime and we will no doubt met that's the second part of but but this part of it this is all being done without the kids knowing it and i'll keep calling them kids i know some people get a fended when you call them kids when you have to be my age those kids are kids right and my daughter just turned seventeen these guys are eighteen that we're talking about so right they are absolutely kids to me and this is the one person in as you said at an ocean full of sharks are supposed to be able to trust who is supposed to be looking out for them and so for those guys to be taking money on the side i will admit i did not know that was a tale is oh yeah time and that that was that is the one that just personally it bothers me much more than the other piece of this as far as house nick forget it is from the standpoint of a federal crime jay bill as was on yesterday talking about that for everyone charged in this this federal investigation they could be looking at up to twenty years in prison so that is certainly a uh a lot more uh more difficult to deal with a postseason and ban or a a show cause penalty and and having the weight of the federal government behind these allegations and charges of of wire fraud mail fraud money laundering in two separate schemes wanda the funnel players to uh specific institutions and then to the to the shoe company itself and then also to uh to funnel players to uh investment advisers and agents this is pretty pervasive so this next one we're going to talk about i think it was going to make everybody's ears perk up a little more because it's going to involve a school we know in a person we know that's been in the headlines yeah i mean one of the most famous coaches i in college basketball history and and.
"wire fraud" Discussed on AM-1230 WJOB
"Get this kind of information evidently juergen some went through other leaders in power in the county in in municipalities to try to get them to do some sort of uh illegal activity that they could catch foot really looks like the only came up with a story line or punch and so it's bribery and then there's wire fraud north and i don't know if you say once again just iran followed closely enough the understand all of it but uh my guess would be the wire fraud is a matter on our one of your comments on it but here's a years worth the gay in uh let's see bill dolan says here on the times lee county sheriff john bunch hitches lawyers continue to make their case if bribery had nothing to do with lee counting towing but since his public corruption trial entered its eighth day wednesday although was cut short when us district judge moody recess the ten forty five am for the day and three defence witnesses gibb lucchese key did cedi he didn't pay he said he didn't pay to get on the list and the interesting one that i did not see uh was on my way over there and they closed it so with ac and the is the miri eaten elite county e nine one one police dispatcher justified unthreatened examination the county's computer system designated which towing firm should be called to remove a vehicle for county streets are highways and earlier witnesses said the sheriff divided the county in the districts to give each a dozen each of a dozen towing firms working for the county appear share the work now assistant us attorney phil benson argued the sheriff meet changes in the towing distribution system in response but you payments by jorgensen enzymatic.
"wire fraud" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Because he think that you have an edge there's really knowledge and that movie was actually also based on a real con ghandour brothers wire fraud the biggest wire fraud of the twentieth century it's interesting makes me want to see it again because i had because of course in the modern day today that that the the high frequency trading is based on the real version of getting information a fraction of a second exactly so so today something like the wire is it that far removed from the truth now so when we hear about most real crimes we go that's terrible a thief that burglar that robber con artists we cut out a special exemption for their their their cooler and why is that well i think for two reasons i it's not usually a violent crime so it's easier to glamorise because they're not out in the street killing people instead they're not often committing a crime and it is artistry so they don't take things you give it to them and the other reason i think it's because we see it as a victimless crime because we blame the victim well we do because we we blame them for being conned in a lot of cases not necessarily oh you're you're stupid you deserve it but if they're greed led them to to fall for the car we think that they're greedy but when we see it look at it from the outside where very objective and we say this too good to be true when it's happening to us never too good to be true it is good it's just good it's awesome i deserve this and so all of a sudden you're not objective when it comes to yourself until you look at that returning essay see i knew i was taking a good.