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VLSB "spies" on Prosecution Brief from FBI to AFP? 1 month 4 days ago #3475

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Howard Bowles discussed this case too, he says, with Lewis Janover's client Mr Jones, however Jones threatened McGarvie and Howard Bowles with defamation and customers of Jeannie Pakula reported Fiona Bennett's board to the SEC and Parliament and Cameron Sinclair for supected witness tampering and leaning on people. www.supremecourt.gov/DocketPDF/16/16-145...ilersAssociation.pdf.
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VLSB "spies" on Prosecution Brief from FBI to AFP? 1 month 4 days ago #3476

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Customers of Howard Bowles Tina Stagliano Shirley Joseph and Fiona Bennett's LSBC reported their leaked plans to "violate the Economic Espionage Act" and spy on what US Federal Agents might know behind the arrets of Mastercard's lawyer Keila Ravelo and her partners in transnational narcotics transporting smugglers of Reserve Bank information and American Expess' and Visa's evidence. Is it ethical in Australia for a foreign government board to back criminals and cover up and defame witnesses?


Dec 14 2017 Brief amici curiae of 20 Merchants as Amici Curiae in Support of Petitioners filed.
Dec 14 2017 Brief amicus curiae of The Australian Retailers Association filed.
Dec 14 2017 Brief amici curiae of Ahold U.S.A., Inc.; Albertsons LLC; The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company, Inc.; H.E. Butt Grocery Co.; Meijer, Inc.; Publix Super Markets, Inc.; Raley's; Rite Aid Corporation; Safeway, Inc.; Supervalu, Inc.; and Walgreen Co. filed.
Dec 14 2017 Amicus brief of United States Public Interest Research Group Education Fund, Inc.; Center for Responsible Lending; Consumer Federation of America; Consumers Union; National Association of Consumer Advocates; National Consumer Law Center; Public Citizen, Inc. submitted.
Dec 14 2017 Amicus brief of American Medical Association and Ohio State Medical Association submitted.
Dec 14 2017 Amicus brief of VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS INC. submitted.
Dec 14 2017 Amicus brief of The Merchant Advisory Group submitted.
Dec 14 2017 Amicus brief of American Antitrust Institute submitted.
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VLSB "spies" on Prosecution Brief from FBI to AFP? 1 month 3 days ago #3477

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lINK TO THE BANK ROYAL COMMISSION IS AT financialservices.royalcommission.gov.au/Pages/Contact-us.aspx
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Associate Prof Dr Peter Doherty's qualifications 3 weeks 5 days ago #3482

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Will Associate Professor Dr Peter Doherty end up on a platter?
September 4, 2017 / 10:48 AM
Heads roll at Australia's CBA amid money-laundering scandal
Paulina Duran, Byron Kaye

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SYDNEY (Reuters) - Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA.AX), the country’s biggest lender, announced a major board shake-up on Monday as it scrambles to shore up investor support following allegations it oversaw thousands of breaches of anti-money laundering rules.
FILE PHOTO: The logo of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) is displayed outside a branch in Sydney, Australia, March 21, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray

But the ouster of a third of the bank’s non-executive board, including the first two directors to leave since the allegations were made public on Aug. 3, failed to impress shareholders as CBA stock touched 10-month intraday lows on the news.

The board overhaul came as CBA faced the first day of court hearings into the allegations, and while it did not deny that illicit transfers had taken place, it said it would contest its level of responsibility.

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CBA has been under mounting pressure to respond more aggressively to the crisis, which has damaged its already tarnished reputation and exposed it to billions of dollars in potential fines.

Directors and audit committee members Launa Inman and Harrison Young would step down on Nov. 16, while a third director, Andrew Mohl, would leave in a year, CBA said in a statement, without giving a reason for the departures.

CBA announced on Aug. 14 that Chief Executive Officer Ian Narev would leave by mid-2018, although it said his departure was not related to the money-laundering scandal. Narev has blamed a coding error for most of the alleged breaches.

Robert Whitfield, a former head of institutional banking at CBA rival Westpac Banking Corp (WBC.AX), would be appointed to the board, CBA said on Monday, without naming any other new appointees.

Whitfield could be in the running to replace Narev, said Omkar Joshi of Regal Funds Management, a CBA shareholder.

“It is unlikely now that you can really have an internal candidate for that role - rightly or wrongly internal candidates have been tainted with that same brush,” he said.

CBA shares touched 10-month intraday lows before closing down 1.42 percent at A$74.41, while the broader market was down 0.39 percent. The shares have dropped 12 percent since the scandal erupted last month wiping roughly A$17 billion ($13.55 billion) off its market value.
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Financial crime fighting agency AUSTRAC alleges CBA oversaw tens of thousands of illicit transfers amounting to A$624.7 million from 2012 to 2015, including some by known criminal gangs.
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CBA’s lawyers told the Federal Court on Monday the bank would not “in large part” contest the main facts of the legal action, but said they planned to file a defense.
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Associate Prof Dr Peter Doherty's qualifications 2 weeks 3 days ago #3483

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The representatives of SEC Witness/Whistleblowers at Parliamentary Inquiries were right about the Yates Memo wth the US' thinking and judgement that McGarvie's Board 'disagreed' with. Does the VLSB often disagree with William Baer and Sally Yates? Good Lord, even President Trumps' Executive Orders and National Security Stragetgy says foreigners should be extradited, just as is happening to the I.T Executives under David Cohen and Ian Narev's watch. What sort of foreign government board of Australian banking and accounting experts thinks differently to US Attorneys Generals, the SEC IRS FBI DEA and the White House?

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VLSB "spies" on Prosecution Brief from FBI to AFP? 2 weeks 3 days ago #3484

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Dear Royal Commission

I am Dennis Sgargetta, a public accountant practising in Preston Victoria.
My clientele included US, New Zealand and Australian residents in the SEC Office of the Whistleblower Program who were asked in 2015 by the FBI to meet them in Los Angeles to provide additional information following the arrests by the FBI of Commonwealth Bank executives in the bank’s IT department and the I.T expert Mr Pulier as per the enclosed SEC Prosecution Material two years later. According to the FBI Asst Director in Charge of the Los Angeles IC unit, Deirdre Fick, and the US Government Prosecutor Ms Eileen Decker, the crimes committed by the Commonwealth Bank IT division threatened the integrity of the US financial system and defrauded the US defence contractor Computer Science Corporation of $98 million.

I understand that your Royal Commission can investigate breaches of professional standards and ethics and I also understand that your Royal Commission can compare overseas results against the methods used in Australia.

During the covert operations that are noted in the prosecution charges, the purported guardian of legal ethics in Victoria under the chairmanship of Apra’s Ms Fiona Bennett threatened to imprison Elliott Sgargetta while Gadens lawyers and the Commonwealth Bank’s Auckland Savings Bank went to foreclose on properties in Australia and New Zealand unless Elliott Sgargetta convinced his US relatives called Waldron to sign up to a hush deed worth an estimated $1m. Elliot and his relatives, like the Commonwealth Bank’s Jon Waldron, were customers of the same CBA subsidiary Auckland Savings Bank in to which the Clinton’s IT expert Mr Pulier transmitted international bribery funds. Elliott Sgargetta was threatened by Ms Bennett's delegate Mr Howard Bowles even though Mr Bowles and his office knew the FBI and SEC were involved. Ms Pakula's file Com-2015-038 has cc correspondence with the FBI and Mr Michael McGarvie's staff were terrified that they would be implicated in unethical misconduct in public office for carrying out plans to lean on witnesses and spy on the Whistleblower Reports at the SEC. Ms Bennett’s legal services board and commission was aware that the FBI’s Special Agent Ryan Adams was to meet Mr Sgargetta’s Waldrons at the Los Angeles Branch of the FBI. Ms Bennett’s legal services board and commission were also aware that the SEC’s Mr Jim Daly and Mr Jack McCreery also wanted additional information, and I noticed that the SEC seeks forfeiture from CBA IT executives Keith Hunter and CBA IT executive Jon Waldron and the Clinton’s Mr Eric Pulier. I think it is appalling that a Victorian government board under the chairmanship of a Director of Apra would lean on Elliott Sgargetta and threaten to imprison him given that Dr Peter Branson asked the SEC and Parliamentary Joint Committee to investigate the Victorian legal services board and commission for witness tampering and hindering investigations by global law-enforcement on the CBA’s IT division.

As you will be aware, the IT division is also at the centre of the Austrac counterterrorism and money-laundering laws, and the IC division of the FBI handles weapons of mass destruction, counterterrorism cybercrime, paedophile rings and the extradition under President Trump’s executive order dated February 2017 of foreign crime characters for offences that impact on the USA, as the fraud on Computer Science Corporation did according to the FBI’s Deirdre Fick and US prosecuting attorney general Eileen Decker.

I believe the legal services board and commission is personally liable if it leaks information maliciously and I believe that it passes information to unsavoury people even when it is aware that the FBI and SEC carried out a sting which was on the news when the FBI arrested Keith Hunter and Jon Waldron. As I read the Prosecution documents, the US Federal Agents believe that corrupt characters were chosen to work in the CBA IT Department in an elaborate plan to defraud CSC (a division of Hewlett Packard), and according to Whistleblower Marcus Nicholson, Ian Narev himself was aware of the international bribery from 2013 however Mr Narev chose to risk being found out by the Secret Service.

The Victorian ombudsman was also aware in advance of the whistle blown intention to lean on potential prosecution witnesses for the FBI and SEC, and the Victorian ombudsman was aware that those plans were subsequently carried out.

As I believe it is unethical for a Victorian government board to carry out intentions to pervert the course of international justice, I think the Victorian government's 'ethics' board should be thoroughly investigated by a Royal commission.

I also think the Victorian government board and its complicit officials should fully compensate all victims for whistleblowing on its own plans to pervert the course of justice and engage in conduct that might be abuse of a public office. If it wants to funnel information to criminals and their lawyers and cover upinternational crimes, it should not do so during covert operations like those carried out by the FBI which arrested people as high as the IT expert to the Clinton Global Initiative, President Bill Clinton, Al Gore and the defence contractor computer science Corporation.

I would also like compensation from the Victorian legal services board in the amount of $10 million.

In summary, I believe the LSBC is an unethical part of a protection racket that passes information to third parties, and lent on people as Gadens threatened foreclosure on persons who refused to sign a hush deed that would hinder them from seeing the FBI and SEC.

D. Sgargetta
Whistleblower
US SEC Office of the Whistleblower Program
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