Wednesday, November 30, 2016

NY Pharmacist gets 4 year prison sentence

Pharmacy of  Convicted Pharmacist

According to the feds...Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that LILIAN JAKACKI, a/k/a/ “Lilian Wieckowski,” was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff to four years in prison for illegally distributing 100,000 tablets of oxycodone, Medicare fraud, and money laundering.  JAKACKI pled guilty on July 28, 2016, before Judge Rakoff.
Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said:  “Through her pharmacies in Queens and Brooklyn, Lilian Jakacki dumped 100,000 illegally diverted oxycodone pills into the City’s streets.  Driven by greed, Jakacki abused her pharmacy license, helping to fuel the opioid abuse epidemic that is ravaging too many of our communities.  For her crimes, Jakacki will spend four years in prison and forfeit her ill-gotten gains.”           
According to the allegations in the Indictment and the civil Complaint, and other information in the public record:
Between in or about March 2010 and October 2015, JACKACKI owned and operated two pharmacies in Queens and Brooklyn doing business as “Chopin Chemists.”  During that time period, at these pharmacies, JACKACKI knowingly distributed approximately 100,000 tablets of oxycodone based on fraudulent prescriptions, including prescriptions made out in the names of famous luxury brands, such as Coach and Chanel.  In addition, JACKACKI used the proceeds of that illegal narcotics trade to help finance the purchase of a multimillion-dollar home.  Finally, JACKACKI deliberately overbilled Medicare by more than $500,000, submitting reimbursement claims for medication that she never actually distributed to patients. 
In addition to the prison term, JACKACKI was also directed to forfeit $800,000 and to pay restitution of $520,000.  " 

What was this person thinking , that she would never get caught? Obviously, her money was her drug and she was blinded by it. She will now pay a heavy price for breaking American law.

Will she end up in a camp? Depends on her security level and record of violence, if any. Most likely, she will do her time in a camp.

To read more about federal prison, go here...
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [Langner, David, David, Earl]

Credit Repair

coming out of prison, it takes time to rebuild your life, but I do it, one day at a time. I also rebuilding my credit, paying off old verizon debts that were acquired by Pinnacle LLC and then removing a negative report from Sko Ben Am that claimed I had a debt with Lingo Inc.

I will keep everyone posted and eventually, my goal is to start a credit repair company and I will charge reasonable monthly rates .

With every fortune there is a felony

A very detailed article about one wealthy person who had his wealth from his divorcing wife has opened a can of worms into the world of offshore accounts. See story here...

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Bible prophecy, believe it or not

I sat 1316 days in federal prison. At the beginning of my sentence, I started reading through the Bible, letter by letter, word by word,sentence by sentence.

At the end of the day, I made an amazing discovery that has forever changed my life.

Read my story and be awed and inspired....
Bible Prophecy: Fact or Fiction by [Langner, David]

Monday, November 28, 2016

So Smart but So Stupid

Todd Macaluso, as a high flying (literally) attorney in his former glory days , courtesy NY Daily News

I just read an article in NY Daily News about the lawyer who defended Casey Anthony in the death of her child got arrested for drug trafficking by the feds. See story here...

Todd Macaluso is facing drug charges and is being held without bail as he is a flight risk, probably due to his pilot license.

It is hard to believe that someone who is so smart and got a lady off the hook for the death of her child gets caught drug trafficking. This story is difficult to believe.

To see what he faces in federal prison, read my story...
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [Langner, David, David, Earl]

Thursday, November 24, 2016

The System is Rigged

Trump said it first. But let me tell you a real story. When I got arrested for immigration fraud and the prosecutors offered a deal for me, I told my lawyer to make them lower the dollar amount, which they said was 1 million to 2.5 million. They base the years you are going to sit on the amount of the fraud.

My lawyer the chicken he was did not fight one ounce. He made me sign the document and all of a sudden it becomes a 2.5 million dollar judgment against me, without seeing one single document.

At sentencing the Judge casts doubt and castigates my doctors claim about my bi polar disorder. Nonetheless, she orders me for mental health counseling post sentence. Probation sets me up with the New York Center for Neuropsychology and Forensic Behavorial Science. The name sounds sophisticated but in my opinion, it is just a place to milk the federal cash cow, and who knows maybe someone is making money off this besides the people in that place.

My therapy consists of me arguing with some lady who thank God is leaving after being a "therapist" for six months in that place. She is an athiest and tells me the talmud is a fraud. I counter back and say neuropsychology is a fraud.

All this nonsense for nothing. All I want to do is work hard for my family. It is enough I sat almost 44 months in prison with dangerous people every single day. This is what you do when you elect a president. He gets to "appoint" judges who can throw away the key and you are lost forever in the system. Look what happened to Rubashkin with a death sentence of 27 years. I hope Trump drains this swamp of abuse and scams. Trust me, I would not believe this story if I had not gone through this myself. Maybe this is why America is in debt which such whacky federal programs.

The government is worried about how am I going to pay them back 2.5 million dollars and here they are spending money on my "therapy". This makes no sense. Take that  money and give it to what I owe them as I will be in this debt the rest of my life.

Hopefully, my time will pass and I can forget this nightmare in my life.

To read more about my story go here...and thanks for stopping by...
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [Langner, David, David, Earl]   

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Polish Anti Semites

anti semitic incident occured on F Train by 3 polish thugs
I would like to report an anti Semitic incident that occurred on the f train heading to Manhattan in Brooklyn. There was a chassidic man sitting opposite me reading a Jewish or Hebrew book when 3 polish construction workers surrounded him and started making fun of him by singing polish songs as they were taunting him . I gave one a dirty look as I exited the train to show my disgust in their behavior . 

That is no way to behave on NYC Subway. 

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Obama shrinks prisons and Trump may reverse

aged Pres Obama at the White House, courtesy NY Times

I recently read in NY Times how Obama has now granted clemency/commutation etc to over 1000 prisoners. See story here...

However, Trump has promised , at least during elections to run a law and order administration and this may increase prison populations.

I , for one, who went through the hell of federal prison could only wish that Obama's initiative continues as we are only human and all can use a second chance.

I pray that Trump gives clemency to Rubashkin, sitting on a 27 year prison sentence, which was way out of proportion. I feel sorry for his wife and children.

To see the hell I went through, go here....
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [Langner, David, David, Earl]

Saturday, November 19, 2016

The women who bore Messiah

Rabbi Bernstein writes that the three women who are the ancestors of King David and the future Messiah are the  daughter of Lot, Rus and Tamar, and they connect to pirkei avos where it says jealousy, desire and honor take a person out of this world and the three women countered it so I said let me add them up and see what comes up and I found my own dvar Torah .

I came up with my own interesting finding , the  3 women who brought us moshiach are bnos lot =503, Tamar=640 and Rus=606, I added them up with Gematria  and it came to 1749, which equals psalm 32:8, which says educate , refers to daughter of lot, she educated her sister in the ways of the world , instruct , refers to Naomi who gave instructions to Rus on how to behave with Boaz, and advise with the eyes is what Tamar told Yehuda when she said hacer nah, identify these items and then you know who the father is .

Educate, instruct and advise are three terms in the passuk that I extrapolated as referring to the women who bring us the moshiach.

To read more of my findings relating to life and the bible, go here.
Code of the Heart: Gematria as a Bible Decoder (Bible Code Series Book 3) by [David, Earl, Langner, David]

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

former halfway house employee gets 100 months imprisonment for sexual abuse

Bernalillo Halfway house , a house of horror

According to the feds.."U.S. Attorney Damon P. Martinez and Special Agent in Charge Monte A. Cason of the Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General, Dallas Field Office, announced that a former employee of a halfway house in Albuquerque, N.M., was sentenced this morning to 100 months in federal prison followed by five years of supervised release for sexually abusing six female inmates who were under his custodial authority.
Eric Trujillo, 36, of Albuquerque, N.M., was arrested in Nov. 2015, on a seven-count indictment charging him with aggravated sexual abuse and sexual abuse of persons in official detention.  The indictment charged Trujillo with sexually abusing four women who were living at a halfway house in Bernalillo County, N.M., that provided lodging and other services for federal inmates under a contract with the U.S. Bureau of Prisons.  According to the indictment, Trujillo committed the crimes between June 2012 and March 2014, while he was employed as a resident monitor by the halfway house. 
The indictment was superseded on March 23, 2016, to add two more sexual abuse charges.  The new charges alleged that between May 2012 and Sept. 7, 2012, Trujillo sexually assaulted two more women who were residing at the halfway house.
Trujillo pled guilty in federal court on May 23, 2016, to a six-count felony information charging him with sexually abusing persons in official detention.  In entering the guilty plea, Trujillo admitted that between May 2012 and March 2014, he engaged in sexual acts with six female inmates who were living at the halfway house pursuant to a contract with the U.S. Bureau of Prisons.  Trujillo acknowledged that at the time, he was employed as a resident monitor and guard by the halfway house and that the victims were in official detention and under his custodial, supervisory and disciplinary authority."

 I was in prison too and I say this is always bound to happen. You cannot have male guards over female inmates nor female guards over male inmates. The sexual urge will overcome and then look what happens. Very sickening story but this is the outcome of a sick policy.

To learn more about federal prison, go here...
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [Langner, David, David, Earl]

twelve charged in ATM skimming conspiracy

According to the feds..."Twelve individuals were charged with allegedly executing a scheme to defraud customers of Bank of America and PNC Bank through conduct known as “ATM skimming,” according to complaints that were unsealed following the arrest of the majority of the defendants, announced Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell of the Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman of the District of New Jersey
Bogdan Viorel Rusu, 36, of Howard Beach, New York; Marcel Peckham, aka Marcel Enescu Cismas, 43, of Little Neck, New York; Catalin Mihai Dragomir, 32, of Glendale, New York; Eduard Vasilica Ticu, 28, also of Glendale; Stefan Dumitru, 28, of Astoria, New York; an unidentified defendant, known as Zoltan Nagy, 39, of Bayside, New York; Silvester Florentin Papp, 24, of Ridgewood, New York; Joel Abel Garcia, 34, of Bronx, New York; Gabriel Mares, 43, of College Point, New York; Florian Calin Crainic, 46, of Des Plaines, Illinois; Florin Mares, 48, also of College Point; and Vasilica Adrian Hanganu, 35, also of Bayside, are each charged by complaint with one count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud.  All of the defendants have been arrested, with the exception of Nagy, who remains at large.
According to the complaint, the co-conspirators – led by Rusu – sought to defraud financial institutions and their customers by illegally obtaining customer account information, including account numbers and personal identification numbers.  Between March 2015 and July 2016, the co-conspirators allegedly installed electronic equipment at ATMs at several banks across New Jersey.  The “skimming” equipment allegedly included pinhole cameras and electronic devices capable of recording bank customer information encoded on the magnetic stripe of credit and debit cards.  The co-conspirators allegedly transferred the stolen card data to counterfeit bank cards and subsequently used that data to withdraw cash from the compromised accounts using various means.  For example, on one occasion in January 2016, one of the defendants used counterfeit ATM cards encoded with stolen bank account information at four different Bank of America locations on the same day. 
The co-conspirators are alleged to have stolen at least $428,000 from Bank of America customers in New Jersey."
According to my understanding of the nature of the crime and the nationality of the criminals, it appears that they are of Eastern European descent and most likely , from Romania. Romanians are specialists in this type of crime.
In fact, I met some in Fort Dix doing 8 years prison sentence for this type of crime.
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [Langner, David, David, Earl]

False Statement on Financial Statement nets ex felon an additional 18 months prison sentence

Backwoods Casual, as noted on facebook

According to the feds..."U.S. Attorney Patrick Miles announced today that Daniel Lawrence Broton, age 56, of Sparta, Michigan, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Janet T. Neff to 18 months in prison for lying on a financial affidavit submitted to the U.S. Attorney’s Office to aid in the collection of a restitution judgment against Broton from a 2006 criminal case.  In addition to his prison term, Broton was sentenced to two years of supervised release and ordered to pay a mandatory special assessment of $100.
          Broton was formerly the financial comptroller and the chief financial officer of the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians.  In 2005, Broton was charged with, and pled guilty to, defrauding the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians of $500,000 in construction funds devoted to their casino project.  He was sentenced for this offense in 2006 by U.S. District Judge Robert Holmes Bell to three years in prison, three years of supervised release, $508,392.28 in restitution, a forfeiture money judgment of $500,000, and a mandatory special assessment of $400.
          In 2009, after completing his sentence and receiving early discharge from supervised release, Broton started a rustic furniture making company called Backwoods Casual.  Backwoods Casual created furniture and home d├ęcor suitable for cabins and lakefront homes using cedar logs.  In 2013, the U.S. Attorney’s Office sent a financial affidavit to Broton to obtain information about his post-release financial status to assist with the collection of his outstanding restitution debt and criminal monetary penalties.  Since his release, Broton had not paid a dime.  Broton returned the financial affidavit to the U.S. Attorney’s Office and claimed to have no employment, no occupation, and no income.  In fact, Broton started his business at least by 2011, was earning income, and had the capacity to make payments towards his restitution debt.  He completed and returned a second affidavit in 2015 and similarly lied about his financial condition to continue to avoid paying restitution.  On March 31, 2016, a federal grand jury indicted Broton for making false statements.  Broton pled guilty to the offense on July 14, 2016.
          In announcing the sentence, U.S. District Judge Janet T. Neff recognized Broton’s education and professional history as an accountant.  She noted that his false statements were “not an accident” but rather a calculated means to keep his income and avoid paying restitution on his prior criminal judgment.  The 18-month prison sentence was the maximum suggested sentence under the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines.
          U.S. Attorney Miles stated: “The U.S. Attorney’s Office relies on financial affidavits to obtain an accurate picture of a defendant’s post-release financial condition to aid its post-judgment debt collection efforts.  Broton’s sentence should serve as a warning to all defendants who consider making false statements on financial affidavits to the U.S. Attorney’s Office to avoid payment on their criminal monetary obligations.  It re-victimizes victims, undermines the court’s judgment, and you will be prosecuted.”
          “Today’s sentencing is a direct result of the excellent partnership between the IRS Criminal Investigation and the U.S. Attorney’s Office,” said Manny Muriel, Special Agent in Charge, IRS Criminal Investigation.  “This sentence should serve as a deterrent to those who attempt to evade payment of their court-imposed restitution.”
The lesson is don't lie to the feds. When it comes to collection, feds are reasonable, just don't lie to them. What can he expect in federal prison, go here...
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [Langner, David, David, Earl]

She got more than she bargained for....

mouse coming out of dress

A woman bought a dress from Zara and lo and behold, she felt an itch and a foul odor when she was wearing it. Guess what it was? A dead mouse. See story here...

She is suing for unspecified damages.

This story is hard to believe. I never heard of anyone buying a mouse in a dress. I bought spider in a grape but this story, ......

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

The System is Rigged

Trump made these allegations and then he got elected. I, for one, got unjustly and unfairly hammered by the criminal justice system. How? When the US Attorney sent a plea offer to my attorney, they said the alleged fraud was 1 million to 2.5 million. I told my lawyer let me see at least one paper, let me see my tax return transcripts. I got none of that. My lawyer said you better sign the paper or you will get hammered. So I signed my life away to the American government and got a 2.5 million dollar judgment against me. I am destroyed the rest of my life, courtesy the American system of injustice. So talk about the system being rigged, I see it first hand and unfortunately I am not making this up. All I can say is, help me God. Heaven forbid you are in a situation like me. Woe to me that I went to law school. I should have listened to pirkei avos, where it said, "stay away from the government," they are not your friend.

Some people wonder how come the government came after me after so many years? Well, govenment collected perhaps millions in taxes over the years , perhaps that is why they took their sweet time and then came on down on me like a ton of bricks and then the case became Rabbi David, when I never filed a G-28 representation form as a rabbi. I guess this is the anti semitism of this country and now we see it coming out with signs like no jews or swastikas. It is sad that it has come to this level after so many thousands of years of anti semitism. When will it ever stop?

I could only hope that Donald Trump drains the swamp like he promised during the election.

Moreover, I cannot complain as God does not like complainers. I will just fight for justice, like the Torah says, tsedek tsedek tirdof., justice justice thou shalt pursue, I guess God was thinking about me when He wrote that.

To read more about my prison story and see what the real forfeiture order looks like, go here..
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [Langner, David, David, Earl].

Monday, November 14, 2016

Life After Death

Is there life after death? Has anyone ever came back from the dead? Can we communicate with the dead? For me, I communicate with the dead in my dreams. I have spoken to my mother and my former friend, Stan Mervin.

There is a phrase in ethics of our fathers and it says,All Israel has a share in the World to Come.
I added up the phrase and it came to 1298. With the rules of Gematria, when you find another word or phrase with the same number, there is a meaningful connection. In this case, I found a connection.
A phrase with same connection can be found at 1 Samuel 2:6, where it says, "The Lord kills and returns to life, he brings down to sheol and brings up."

There is another important phrase and it is Hashem Elokim Emes, or, God, Elokim is true. This phrase equals 553. Three other phrases with same number are restores to life, and the province of hell and the future world. God associates his characteristic of truth with these phrases as they all share the same number.

The above phrases are mathematical proof of life after death.

In any event, Maimonides lists life after death as one of the 13 principles of faith.

To read more about my findings about he world and beyond based on Gematria, go here...and thanks for stopping by.....
Code of the Heart: Gematria as a Bible Decoder (Bible Code Series Book 3) by [David, Earl, Langner, David]

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Trump disgusted by Christie

Trump and Christie in the past

According to the New York Post, Trump is distancing himself from Chris Christie over his handling of the bridgegate scandal.See story here...

Eliahu Ben Haim, leaving federal court

I have a different take on the matter. I met some of the people locked up over the Solomon Dwek case, who was facing many years over financial foileshe shtick (false acts) and to get leniency, he ensnared many Orthodox religious Jews, including Syrian Rabbi Eliahu Ben Haim, who did not have any kind words about Christie.I was with him during the end of my prison term when I spent 8 months at Otisville. Rabbi Ben Haim correctly predicted Christie's fall and you can see it happening now. Ben Haim feels that he was set up and that it was based on anti semitism.

When you lock people up unjustly, then the karma comes back to haunt you. In my opinion, to keep a human being locked up against his/her will is one of the worst acts you can do to a human being, especially if there are no victims.

To read more about my prison story, go here...
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [Langner, David, David, Earl]

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Florida couple convicted of immigration fraud

According to the feds..."United States Attorney A. Lee Bentley, III announces that a federal jury has found Domenico (68) and Rosa Cingari (67) guilty of conspiracy, mail fraud, and making false statements in immigration applications and petitions. They each face up to 5 years in federal prison on the conspiracy count and up to 20 years in federal prison on each of the 6 mail fraud counts. Domenico Cingari was convicted of two counts of making false statements in immigration applications and his wife was convicted of four counts, each of which carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in federal prison.  Their sentencing hearing is scheduled for February 2, 2016.
The couple was indicted on July 9, 2015.
According to evidence presented at trial, Rosa and Domenico Cingari owned and operated R.E.P.C. Accounting and Translations out of their residence in Lakeland. The Cingaris assisted illegal aliens in obtaining Florida driver’s licenses by filing fraudulent immigration documents. Specifically, they would file I-589 (Applications for Asylum and Withholding of Removal), I-130 (Petitions for Alien Relative), and I-765 (Work Authorization) forms. Most of these applications and petitions submitted to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services by the Cingaris contained materially false information. The Cingaris charged their clients between $500 and $1,300 for the fraudulent immigration applications."
How much time will they sit in prison? It all depends on the dollar amount. Moreover, they went to trial and lost so they will get hammered for that.

I just hope their sentences are tempered as they are relatively older persons who will have a hard time in prison.
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [Langner, David, David, Earl] 

Orthodox Jewish gun license expediter pleads guilty to federal crime

Alex Lichtenstein outside Federal Courthouse

According to the feds, "Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced today that ALEX LICHTENSTEIN, a/k/a “Shaya,” pled guilty to bribery and offering a bribe in connection with his efforts to pay bribes to obtain gun licenses through the New York City Police Department’s (“NYPD”) License Division.  LICHTENSTEIN pled guilty before United States District Judge Sidney H. Stein today. 
Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said:  “As he admitted today, Alex Lichtenstein acted as a corrupt gun ‘expediter,’ bribing police officers to obtain gun licenses, offering thousands of dollars per license.  In a recorded conversation, Lichtenstein bragged of using his NYPD connections to obtain 150 gun licenses.  This type of corruption not only undermines public confidence in law enforcement, but it undermines public safety.  And it cannot be tolerated.  I thank the FBI and the NYPD for their dedication and commitment to this case and this important investigation.”           
According to the Complaint and Indictment filed in Manhattan federal court and statements made during the plea proceeding:
LICHTENSTEIN is a member of the Borough Park Shomrim, a volunteer, ostensibly unarmed, Orthodox Jewish patrol society whose mission includes combating criminal activity and locating missing people.  LICHTENSTEIN ran a business charging clients thousands of dollars to expedite their gun license applications.  LICHTENSTEIN charged his clients as much as $18,000 per gun license.
In April 2016, LICHTENSTEIN approached an officer for the NYPD and offered the officer cash bribes in order for the officer to help LICHTENSTEIN obtain gun licenses for LICHTENSTEIN’s customers from the NYPD’s License Division.  The License Division is responsible for reviewing, investigating, and approving or disapproving all applications for gun licenses in New York City.  The License Division receives approximately 5,000 applications for gun licenses per year.  LICHTENSTEIN told the officer that he charged customers thousands of dollars to help obtain License Division approval for their gun license applications, and that he was able to get the licenses approved using his own connections in the License Division, although those connections had recently cut him out. 
The officer did not agree to assist LICHTENSTEIN, and reported the encounter to the NYPD Internal Affairs Bureau (“IAB”).  Working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”) and IAB, the officer set up and recorded a meeting with LICHTENSTEIN, at which LICHTENSTEIN offered the officer $6,000 per license application that the officer could help get through the License Division.  In that recorded meeting, LICHTENSTEIN told the officer that he had obtained gun licenses for approximately 150 individuals in the past, and that his customers needed his services because the License Division would otherwise reject applications “for the biggest stupidity,” such as a history of moving violations.  LICHTENSTEIN boasted that he was able to use his connections in the License Division to “expedite” the application process, i.e., to forego the full investigation typically conducted before the NYPD License Division approves or disapproves an application.  The officer asked LICHTENSTEIN if his previous connections in the License Division were making money, to which LICHTENSTEIN responded, “now they cut down, now nobody’s making money.”
In fact, LICHTENSTEIN had substantial connections to a sergeant in the License Division, David Villanueva, who had worked at the License Division for more than a decade.  A Commanding Officer at the NYPD with whom Villanueva was friendly introduced LICHTENSTEIN to the License Division and Villanueva in or about 2013.  From that introduction through early 2016, LICHTENSTEIN spent significant time at the License Division with Villanueva, often on a near daily basis.  From at least 2012 through 2016, LICHTENSTEIN gave Villanueva cash bribes and other benefits to pay for Villanueva’s work in expediting and approving gun license applications for LICHTENSTEIN’s clients.  Richard Ochetal, a police officer who worked under Villanueva, did first-level review of many of these applications and was instructed to approve them.  Ochetal was compensated in the form of some of the cash that LICHTENSTEIN gave to Villanueva.  Villanueva[1] is currently charged in a case pending before Judge Stein, and Ochetal pled guilty to accepting bribes in exchange for the approval of gun license applications, and is cooperating with the Government in the investigation.
In reviewing and approving applications for LICHTENSTEIN’s clients, Villanueva and Ochetal omitted some of the required checks, such as criminal history checks, and in other instances ran checks only after they approved licenses.  They also approved applications despite red flags that, had they not been bribed, may have led those applications to be rejected.  For example, they approved applications of individuals with prior arrests and previous allegations of domestic violence.  In addition, Villanueva and Ochetal approved applications for licenses to carry firearms, which require certain business-related justifications, in scenarios were there was no real business justification for the request.  A review of the applications of LICHTENSTEIN’s clients reveals that Villanueva and Ochetal were able to secure licenses for those clients often within weeks, whereas the process normally takes months to, in some instances, over a year.  Villanueva and Ochetal did this for LICHTENSTEIN’s clients because of the cash payments coming from LICHTENSTEIN, as well as other benefits, such as limousine rides, bottles of liquor, and a wine tour.
*                *                *
LICHTENSTEIN, 44, who now resides in Pomona, New York, has pled guilty to one count of bribery, which carries a maximum term of 10 years in prison, and one count of offering a bribe, which carries a maximum term of 10 years in prison.  The maximum potential sentences are prescribed by Congress and are provided here for informational purposes only, as any sentencing of the defendant will be determined by the judge."

Will he get any prison time? It depends. If he cooperates and takes down bigger fish, then he may get probation. If he has to go to prison, as an Orthodox Jew, I hope he heads to FCI Otisville, which is temporary home to approximately 20 Orthodox Jews out of 120 inmates. It also depends how much time he receives, if any. To get a camp , you need to have 120 months or less. 
To see what federal prison is all about, read my story in hell...
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [Langner, David, David, Earl]

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Smooth Transition, my thoughts.

White House

I hear the news media in talking how the administration has only 71 days to transfer power. I personally was thrown in prison and I was  not given 71 days to get ready. 71 days is plenty of time to pass the keys to the white house to another human being.

For Trump who is a billionaire and lives in his own ivory tower, who knows if he will feel comfortable in the white house, maybe he will miss Trump Tower. In any event , I wish him the best and as my uncle said, where ever you end up, you will get used to it.

When I was thrown into jail like a dog, I got used to it. To read my story, go here....
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [Langner, David, David, Earl] 

Trump victory influenced by Parsha of the week, Lech Lecha

Trump victory speech courtesy NY Times

I always said to look into the weekly Torah reading and it will influence the outcome of the week.

This week we learn about father Abraham, who took on the whole world of idol worshippers and rejected corruption of Sodom and Gomorrah. Abraham was also a wealthy man.

This week, Donald Trump beat all odds and pollsters by winning the American Presidency, the 45th , which stands for and equals Adam, or mankind.

People were tired of the corruption of the Washington elite and want change. Although Trump is a billionaire, he is an outsider.

Abraham was 75 when he was told to leave on his mission and Trump is 70 when he won the presidency.

Let's see if Trump can pull it off. Hopefully, he will also pardon Rubashkin who languishes in prison over a 27 year prison sentence.

Also interesting to note is that mother Sarah, wife of Abraham, was a physically beautiful woman. Trump also has a physically beautiful woman as his wife.

Moreover, Rabbi Glazerson predicted a Trump victory based on Bible Code. See story here... . Interesting to note that Donald Trump equals 424, David son of Messiah, as noted  by Dr. Ari Friedman.

Lets hope Trump keeps his pledge and supports Israel as we know we are the children of Hashem.

To read more about Gematria and Bible code, go here...
Code of the Heart: Gematria as a Bible Decoder (Bible Code Series Book 3) by [David, Earl, Langner, David]

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Abraham father of Monotheism

The Rabbis teach us that Abraham spread the belief of One God in the Universe. The rabbis also tell us that Abraham rejected his father Terach's idol practices. The problem I have is it is all medrash, where in the Torah is there any hint that Terach was an idol worshipper. With aid of Gematria, we have a clue. Where can we find this clue? We have to connect the two parshiyos between Noach and Lech Lecha. The last words of Noach says, vayamas terach becharan, or and Terach died in Haran. This equals 1324. The first four words of Lech Lecha says, vayomer Hashem el avram lech lecha. This phrase equals 657. If you add this up, it equals 1981. 1981 equals a phase in Leviticus 19:4, where it says,   Turn you not to idols,  nor make yourselves molten gods, I am the Lord your God.
Gematria is one of the 32 methods of studying the Torah. This is concrete proof that Terach was an idol worshipper and by God telling Abraham to leave his father, leave his homeland, leave his place of birth, God was telling Abraham to reject that lifestyle.

To learn more about Gematria, go here...
Code of the Heart: Gematria as a Bible Decoder (Bible Code Series Book 3) by [David, Earl, Langner, David]

Clinton or Trump?

I met them both. I met Hilary back in 2000 when I gave her 2000 for her senate campaign. We took a nice picture but I since lost the picture.

I met Trump when we were at 40 Wall Street back around 1995. He kicked us out when he did not renew our lease.

I hope Hilary wins. Immigration needs a fix and Hilary can do it, just like her husband did the 245i act back in 2000.

My thoughts...  

Saturday, November 5, 2016

Bridge Gate persons guilty

Bill Baroni one of the defendants who were found guilty

Accordig to the feds.. A former top official of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and a former member of Gov. Christopher J. Christie’s senior staff were convicted today for their roles in a scheme to punish the mayor of Fort Lee, New Jersey, by misusing Port Authority resources to cause traffic problems in the borough.
William E. Baroni Jr., 44, former deputy executive director of the Port Authority, and Bridget Anne Kelly, 44, former deputy chief of staff to Gov. Christie, were each convicted on all seven counts with which they had been charged in an indictment returned May 1, 2015, by a federal grand jury. The jury deliberated less than four days following a six-week trial before U.S. District Judge Susan D. Wigenton in Newark federal court.
“We are gratified that the members of the jury saw the evidence the way we saw it and reached their verdict of guilty today,” U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman said. “This was a long and difficult investigation, and I am so proud of the way the members of my office, the FBI and the Port Authority Inspector General conducted themselves in the course of this case.”
“The citizens of the state of New Jersey have a right to expect and deserve honest services from their government, and the FBI and our law enforcement partners remain dedicated to ensuring they receive it,” FBI Special Agent in Charge Timothy Gallagher of the Newark office said.
“We are extremely pleased with the jury’s verdict in this matter,” Michael Nestor, Inspector General of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, said. “I want to express my gratitude to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, FBI and Office of Inspector General staff on the tremendous effort they all made resulting in the verdict.”
Baroni and Kelly were each convicted of conspiring to misuse, and actually misusing, property of an organization receiving federal benefits; conspiring to commit, and actually committing, wire fraud; conspiring to injure and oppress certain individuals’ civil rights, and acting under color of law to deprive certain individuals of their civil rights. All of the charges relate to the defendants’ scheme to manufacture traffic problems in Fort Lee by, without public warning, reducing from three to one the number of local access lanes, located in Fort Lee, to the upper level of the George Washington Bridge, and the toll booths servicing those lanes. This was done to punish Mayor Mark Sokolich for not endorsing Gov. Christie’s re-election bid.
A third conspirator, David Wildstein, the former director of Interstate Capital Projects at the Port Authority, pleaded guilty May 1, 2015, to a separate information charging him with two counts of conspiracy for his role in the scheme. Wildstein pleaded guilty to conspiring to misuse the property of an organization receiving federal benefits and conspiring to injure and oppress certain individuals’ civil rights in connection with his role in causing traffic problems to punish Mayor Sokolich.
According to documents filed in this case, statements made in court and the evidence at trial:
In August 2013, after Kelly confirmed that Mayor Sokolich would not be endorsing Gov. Christie for re-election in November 2013, Baroni, Kelly, and Wildstein decided to punish the mayor by deliberately causing significant traffic problems in Fort Lee under the false pretense of a traffic study.
From the morning of Sept. 9, 2013, to Sept. 13, 2013, they caused the local access lanes to be reduced so that only one toll booth, instead of the usual three, was accessible to the approach to the bridge for local traffic traveling through Fort Lee. To maximize the congestion and the punitive impact on Mayor Sokolich, Baroni, Kelly and Wildstein caused these lane and toll booth reductions to start on the first day of the school year without any advance notice to Mayor Sokolich, the Fort Lee chief of police or borough residents. The lane and toll booth reductions resulted in significant traffic in Fort Lee, for motorists intending to access the George Washington Bridge from local lanes and for residents, whose streets were choked with traffic.
The conspirators agreed to disregard any inquiries from Mayor Sokolich and other Fort Lee officials about the lane and toll booth reductions. They purposely ignored communications from Mayor Sokolich, including his pleas for help, requests for information, and repeated warnings about the increased risks to public safety. On Sept. 9, 2013, after Baroni received an email that Mayor Sokolich had called about an urgent matter of public safety, Wildstein sent an email to Baroni reiterating that Baroni should maintain “radio silence” toward the mayor. On Sept. 10, 2013, Kelly sent Wildstein a text message stating: “I feel badly about the kids … I guess,” to which Wildstein replied, “They are the children of Buono voters …” a reference to Christie’s opponent in the gubernatorial election, state Sen. Barbara Buono (D-Middlesex).
When Kelly was made aware of Mayor Sokolich’s communication regarding an urgent matter of public safety, she thanked Wildstein for confirming that Baroni had maintained “[r]adio silence” toward Mayor Sokolich. On Sept. 12, 2013, Baroni instructed a Port Authority employee through coded language that the employee should not contact Mayor Sokolich.
The three conspirators concocted and promoted a sham story that the lane reductions were for a traffic study. They created and advanced this cover story so they could use Port Authority property, including the time and services of unwitting Port Authority personnel and other resources, to implement the lane and toll booth reductions and conceal their true punitive purpose.
On Nov. 25, 2013, with Kelly’s and Wildstein’s knowledge, Baroni provided false and misleading testimony about the lane and toll booth reductions to the N.J. Assembly Transportation, Public Works, and Independent Authorities Committee. Baroni knowingly and intentionally made misleading statements and false representations, including: (1) communications between members of the Port Authority Police Department and Wildstein triggered the lane and toll booth reductions; (2) the lane and toll booth reductions were part of a one-week traffic study; and (3) the failure to communicate with Fort Lee and the executive director of the Port Authority was simply the result of communication breakdowns at the Port Authority.
On the count of conspiracy to misuse property of an organization receiving federal benefits, the three defendants each face a maximum potential penalty of five years in prison and a fine of $250,000. On the count of misusing property of an organization receiving federal benefits, the defendants each face a maximum potential penalty of 10 years in prison and a fine of $250,000. On each of the wire fraud conspiracy and wire fraud counts, the defendants face a maximum potential penalty of 20 years in prison and a fine of $250,000 per count. On the count of conspiring to injure and oppress certain individuals’ civil rights, the defendants and Wildstein each face a maximum potential penalty of 10 years in prison and a fine of $250,000. On the count of acting under color of law to deprive certain individuals of their civil rights, the defendants face a maximum potential penalty of one year in prison and a fine of $250,000.
Sentencing is scheduled for Feb. 21, 2017.
How much time will they receive? I don't think they will get more than a year and a day or maybe even probation? Why? Because there was no issue of theft or fraud. Can they win on appeal? Very few cases are turned over on appeal.

What can they expect in federal prison if they have to do time?
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [Langner, David, David, Earl]

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Anthony Weiner checks into Sex rehab

I read the news that Anthony Weiner checked into sex rehab. I think it was done on the advice of his lawyers since if he ends up being indicted over his alleged sexting, at least he can show a judge he is rehabilitating.

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

What was wrong with the generation of Noach ?

Mount Ararat, over 16000 foot mountain where Noah's ark rested
The Torah says that Hashem destroyed the world with a flood back in the days of Noach. The Torah says that the breaking point was chamas or robbery. But else was happening? With aid of Gematria, we have a clue. The gematria of the term, eileh toldos Noach Noach ish tsadik   equals 1507. With rules of Gematria, when you find another phrase with the same number, there is a meaningful relationship. In this case, we found another phrase with same number and that is Proverbs 19:29, where it says.. judgments are prepared for scorners , and flogging for the back of fools.

So there you have it. People were mocking and ridiculing God. This is a lesson for our generation of reversals. See Deut. 32:20.

To learn more about numerology based on Bible Code, read my notes at Code of the Heart...
Code of the Heart: Gematria as a Bible Decoder (Bible Code Series Book 3) by [David, Earl, Langner, David]

Poker Player heading to the Pokey

Travell Thonas, courtesy

According to the feds..."Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that TRAVELL THOMAS, the owner, chief executive officer (“CEO”), and president of a Buffalo, New York-based debt collection company (the “Company”), pled guilty today before Judge Katherine Polk Failla to orchestrating a scheme to coerce thousands of victims across the country, through false threats and representations, into paying a total of more than $31 million to the Company to resolve debts these victims purportedly owed.  To date, 11 individuals associated with the Company have pled guilty to participating in the scheme. 
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said: “As he admitted today, Travell Thomas ran a massive, fraudulent debt collection scheme through which he and his cohorts stole over $31 million from his vulnerable victims.  Thomas instructed his debt collectors to threaten, intimidate, and lie to their victims by overstating their debts and making false claims about what would happen to if they didn’t pay up.  Today’s plea is the eleventh in this landmark consumer fraud case that victimized thousands of people across the country.”
According to the allegations contained in the Indictment to which THOMAS pled guilty and statements made during his plea proceeding and other court proceedings: 
Between 2010 and February 2015, THOMAS was the co-owner, CEO, and president of the Company.  In that capacity, Thomas oversaw four debt collection offices operated by the Company in Buffalo and a team of managers and debt collectors.  As part of the scheme, THOMAS falsely inflated the balances of debts owed by consumers in the Company’s debt collection software so that THOMAS’s debt collectors could collect more money from the victims than the victims actually owed, a practice known within the Company as “juicing” balances.  THOMAS also placed purported debts with more than one of his offices so that multiple collectors from within the Company could solicit and coerce a particular victim to repay a debt more than once. 
As owner and president of the Company, THOMAS drafted, approved, and disseminated collection scripts that contained a variety of misrepresentations and instructed his collectors to make those misrepresentations to consumers over the telephone.  At THOMAS’s direction and under his supervision, the Company’s debt collectors, using a variety of aliases, attempted to trick and coerce thousands of victims throughout the United States into paying millions of dollars in consumer debts through a variety of false statements and false threats, including that: (1) the Company was affiliated with local government and law enforcement agencies, including the “county” and the district attorney’s office; (2) the consumers had committed criminal acts, such as “wire fraud” or “check fraud,” and if they did not pay the debt immediately, warrants or other process would be issued, at which point they would be arrested or hauled into court; (3) the victims would have their driver’s licenses suspended if they did not pay their debts immediately; (4) the Company was a law firm or mediation firm and that the Company’s employees were working with lawyers, a law firm, mediators, or arbitrators; and (5) a civil lawsuit would be filed, or was pending, against the victims for failing to pay their debts. 
In total, from about January 2010 through November 2014, the Company collected over $31 million from thousands of victims across the United States.  Of the money that the Company took in from victims, approximately $1.5 million was paid in cash to THOMAS and his co-owner and co-defendant, Maurice Sessum, approximately $1.4 million was cashed from banks and ATMs, and tens of thousands of dollars were used to pay for THOMAS’s gambling expenses, tickets for professional sports games, THOMAS’s wedding reception, and jewelry, among other expenses.
*                *                *
THOMAS, 38, of Orchard Park, New York, pled guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of wire fraud, each of which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and three years of supervised release.  The maximum potential sentence in this case is prescribed by Congress and provided here for informational purposes only, as any sentencing of the defendant will be determined by the judge.
THOMAS is scheduled to be sentenced by Judge Failla on February 10, 2017.  
In total, 11 individuals associated with the Company have pled guilty to defrauding consumers as part of this debt collection scheme.  In addition to THOMAS’s guilty plea, former Company mangers Tacoby Thomas, Heather Gasta, Mark Lavin, and John Salatino, and debt collectors Jessica Mann, Charles Starks, William Clark, Columbus Simmons, Michael Calandra, and Jennifer Sherk, each pled guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and wire fraud for their roles in the scheme.  The other defendants who have not pled guilty are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.   
Starks, Clark, Calandra, and Mann were sentenced by Judge Failla to prison terms of 37 months, 30 months, 15 months, and one year and one day, respectively.  The sentencing of the other defendants who have pled guilty is pending. "

News reports say that Thomas was also a professional poker player. What was this person expecting that he would never get caught? Money is like a dangerous drug, you get emboldened, thinking you are invincible. But when the feds come knocking ,reality comes in like a bat out of hell. I went that route. I went through hell. How much prison time will Thomas receive? Based on the amount he stole, I estimate it will be substantial, perhaps 10 years or more. He must really humble himself if he wants a break from a judge.    
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [Langner, David, David, Earl]

former Police chief gets 46 months prison sentence

James Burke
According to the feds, "earlier today, at the federal courthouse in Central Islip, New York, James Burke, the former Chief of Department for the Suffolk County Police Department (SCPD), was sentenced to 46 months in prison and three years of supervised release by United States District Judge Leonard D. Wexler.  Previously, on February 26, 2016, Burke pleaded guilty to a civil rights violation and conspiracy to obstruct justice. 
The civil rights violation related to Burke’s assault of a Smithtown man who had been arrested for breaking into Burke’s SCPD-issued vehicle and stealing his property on December 14, 2012.  Following that assault, over almost three years, Burke and other Suffolk County law enforcement authorities took actions to obstruct the federal civil rights investigation into the assault.  Burke was arrested and arraigned on December 9, 2015, and he has been in federal custody since that date.  
The sentence was announced by Robert L. Capers, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, and William F. Sweeney, Jr., Assistant Director-in-Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation, New York Field Office (FBI).
“During his tenure as the highest ranking uniformed officer in the Suffolk County Police Department, James Burke considered himself untouchable.  He abused his authority by brazenly assaulting a handcuffed prisoner, he pressured subordinates to lie to cover up his criminal acts, and he attempted to thwart the civil rights investigation into his conduct,” stated United States Attorney Capers.  “With today’s sentence, Burke learned that no one is above the law and that the consequences for such egregious behavior are severe.”
FBI Assistant Director-in-Charge Sweeney stated, “Burke’s abuse of power and efforts to obstruct justice not only threatened to undermine the integrity of a federal investigation, but also the reputation of all the Suffolk County police officers who value the laws they are sworn to uphold.  As evidenced by today’s sentence, Burke, and others, are reminded that this type of behavior won’t go unpunished.”
On December 14, 2012, New York State Probation Department and SCPD officers arrested probationer Christopher Loeb at his mother’s home in Smithtown, New York, for a variety of probation violations.  During the arrest and search of the Loeb residence, officers discovered a cache of merchandise stolen from over a dozen vehicles, including an SCPD-issued SUV operated by Burke.  Among the items taken from Burke’s SUV were his gun belt, several magazines of ammunition, a box of cigars, a humidor, and a canvas bag that contained toiletries, clothing, and other items.
Burke was permitted to enter the Loeb residence and retrieve the canvas bag and several other articles, even as the search was underway.  He then drove to the SCPD’s Fourth Precinct in Smithtown where detectives had begun interrogating Loeb.  Burke entered the interrogation room where Loeb was handcuffed and chained to an eyebolt fastened to the floor.  Burke then punched and kicked Loeb in the head and body.
Subsequently, Burke and others pressured the detectives who witnessed the assault to conceal the event.  Those efforts continued even after the FBI and the U.S. Attorney’s Office opened an investigation of the assault in 2013.  In one instance, Burke summoned detectives under his command to SCPD headquarters in Yaphank, New York, to persuade the detectives to agree to a false version of events that would conceal the assault.  In October 2013, one of those detectives testified falsely under oath in a state pretrial hearing in the Loeb prosecution, denying that Loeb had been assaulted. " 
Being that he is locked up already 11 months, that will cut down in the sentence. He has to do 87.5 percent of the time.  He only has to do another 31 months. If he ends up in a camp like Otisville, then only 21 more months. At the end of the day, judge gave him a break.

To see what he can expect in federal prison , go here....
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [Langner, David, David, Earl]

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Reincarnation and the Bible

I deal with the issue of reincarnation in my book, Code of the Heart.

God associates with resurrection of the dead, the next world and the judgment of gehinom.
How? The phrase Hashem Elokim Emes, or G-d, G-d is truth, equals 553 which also equals
techiyas hameisim, or the resurrection ,le'asid lavo, the next world, and medinah shel gehinom , the judgment of hell. When phrases have same number, there is a meaningful connection.

To read more of my findings about life and death and beyond, go to Code of the Heart...
Code of the Heart: Gematria as a Bible Decoder (Bible Code Series Book 3) by [David, Earl, Langner, David]