Thursday, August 31, 2017

At the border....

I was led by 10 cops with a lady cop who led the posse and told me to go along her and then enter the administrative building. I saw like 25 people waiting to be called up to immigration.
They told me go to the second room and to sit down and wait to be called. Within minutes, the officer called me to the window and said have I ever been convicted of any crimes and what was it, I said, yes, immigration fraud. I said I spent almost four years in prison and paid my price to society. The officer said he has to verify my information and then send me on my way. He told me to sit down again. I then sat down and was reading I a tefilin scroll i found in shalom's office. I then was called back to the window. The cop said is your probation  agent, Erin? I said yes. He said, okay,  you are good to go, make sure you have all of your passports. I then met my wife and children in the other room and we were back in the USA.  

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Dominican National gets 2 years jail for Passport Fraud

"BOSTON – A Dominican national was sentenced today in federal court in Boston for passport fraud and identity theft.
Alvaro Luis Soto-Martinez, 31, a Dominican national who was residing in Hyde Park, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Indira Talwani to two years in prison, three years of supervised release, and will face deportation proceedings upon completion of his sentence. In May 2017, Soto-Martinez pleaded guilty to one count of passport fraud, one count of misuse of a social security number, and one count of aggravated identity theft.
On Oct. 15, 2014, Soto-Martinez used the name, date of birth, and social security number of a United States citizen from Puerto Rico to apply for a United States passport at a Post Office in Lowell.
Acting United States Attorney William D. Weinreb; Matthew Etre, Special Agent in Charge of Homeland Security Investigations in Boston; and William B. Gannon, Special Agent in Charge of the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Diplomatic Security, Boston Field Office, made the announcement today. Assistant U.S. Attorney Nicholas Soivilien of Weinreb’s Major Crimes Unit prosecuted the case."

What was this person thinking, that the feds would not figure this out? Lucky he only get two years.  He could have gotten 20 years.

To see what he can expect in federal prison, go here...

Hurricanes and God, any connection

Hurricanes and God, any connection? by [Langner, David]

Now that the hurricane season is in full swing, this easy to read download is a must read before the next storm strikes. The book explores the mystery of storms from a religious perspective based on the Hebrew language. Opens up ones eyes to the wisdom of the Hebrew Alphabet.. 

Sunday, August 6, 2017

a new interpretation of Deut 32.4

The Torah says, hatzur tamim pa'alo ki chol derachav mishpat, or the "Rock, perfect is his work, for all his paths are justice. The Gematria of this phrase is 1726. See Deut. 32:4

What I found interesting about this phrase is that every seventh letter from the tsadi of tsur to the pei from paalo to the lamed of chol can be found the initials of my mother's three names, including Tsipporah Feige Leah.  To me she was saintly. Tragically, she died in a car accident on the way to Canada erev Pesach on 4-21-78. I wrote about it and put it in a download at

I always wondered why she was taken away from me so young until I found a phrase in Talmud Yevamos 121b as noted and I paraphrase it as done in the book Sabbath Shiurim by Rabbi Miller, who quotes Rabbi Aba who says...Hakadosh Baruch Who Medakdeik Im Sevivav ke'chut hasarah...or God is meticulous with the righteous even to a thread of hair. This phrase is also 1726.
This teaches us that Hashem took my mother away for some infraction of justice only God knows....
But of course, His judgment is perfect.

This teaches us that the written law directly connects to the oral law, as shown from the two phrases that directly connect in a meaningful way.  

To read more of my findings, please 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]

Friday, August 4, 2017

business scammer gets light sentence

"DAYTON – Connie Apostelos, also known as Connie Coleman, 51, formerly of Springboro, Ohio, was sentenced in U.S. District Court today to 30 months in prison for charges related to a $70 million Ponzi scheme that defrauded nearly 500 victims.

Benjamin C. Glassman, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio; Ryan L. Korner, Special Agent in Charge, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Criminal Investigation, Cincinnati Field Office; Angela L. Byers, Special Agent in Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Christopher White, Assistant Inspector in Charge, U.S. Postal Inspection Service; James Vanderberg, Special Agent in Charge, U.S. Department of Labor Office of Inspector General; Joe Rivers, Regional Director of the U.S. Department of Labor Employee Benefits Security Administration; and Brian Peters, Enforcement Attorney, Ohio Department of Commerce Division of Securities, announced the sentence handed down today by U.S. District Judge Thomas M. Rose.

Apostelos and her husband, William Apostelos, were indicted in October 2015. According to court documents, beginning in 2009, and continuing for at least five years, the couple and others orchestrated a Ponzi scheme in the Dayton area in which nearly 480 investors lost more than $20 million collectively. They received $70 million in investment funds in total.

Connie Apostelos pleaded guilty to one count of money laundering in April.

Connie Apostelos operated and oversaw multiple companies in the Dayton area, including Coleman Capital, Inc. and Silver Bridle Racing, LLC. These companies were operated through improper use of investor funds to William Apostelos’ companies.

William Apostelos also operated and oversaw multiple purported investment and asset management companies in the Dayton area, including WMA Enterprises, LLC, Midwest Green Resources, LLC and Roan Capital. He falsely reported that he held a degree in mathematics and was a registered securities broker.

The couple recruited investors from 37 states to invest in WMA and Midwest Green, telling the investors that their money would be used for acquiring stocks or securities, purchasing real estate or land, providing loans to business and buying gold and silver.

Rather than investing the money, the couple used it to pay for personal luxuries. According to court documents, the couple was spending $35,000 per month on Connie’s horse racing company and $400 per month on Victoria’s Secret lingerie.

When the defendants became late on interest payments to the victims, they advised that their bank account had been hacked, a bank mistakenly failed to wire payment and/or the deal the victim had invested in was temporarily on hold.

The government has seized two racehorses, vehicles, jewelry, artwork and cash totaling approximately $650,000 from the couple.

William Apostelos pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and theft or embezzlement from an employee benefit plan and was sentenced in June to 180 months in prison.

Steven Scudder, 62, of Centerville, an attorney who served as trustee of the WMA Trust, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in January to wire fraud, admitting that he used his position as an attorney to facilitate the fraudulent investment scheme. He was sentenced in June to 14 months in prison.

“Connie Apostelos used the money of hard working investors to pay for her extravagant personal expenses and is being held accountable for her actions,” said Ryan L. Korner, Special Agent in Charge, IRS Criminal Investigation, Cincinnati Field Office. “Now, approximately 500 investors are in financial peril that could last a lifetime.”

For the amount of money this lady stole, she was given a gift of only 30 months. Her husband got 15 years which sounds more reasonable to the amount he stole.

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

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Mortgage fraud 101

"LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Two men made their initial appearances today in federal court for bank fraud charges arising from a real estate scheme, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Steve W. Myhre for the District of Nevada.
Dustin M. Lewis, 42, of Henderson, Nev., and Brian Sorensen, 49, of Las Vegas, were each charged with one count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud and one count of bank fraud. If convicted, Lewis and Sorenson each face a statutory maximum penalty of 30 years in prison and up to a $1,000,000 fine.
According to allegations made in the indictment, from about August 15, 2011 to about January 17, 2014, Lewis and Sorensen conspired with each other to defraud OneWest Bank. The defendants allegedly devised and executed a scheme to avoid foreclosure so that Lewis could retain ownership of a 5,331 square foot, five-bedroom Henderson, Nev. home. As part of the scheme, Lewis submitted a fraudulent short sale application to the bank, which induced the bank to allow Lewis to sell the property to Sorensen’s family member for much less than Lewis owed under the existing mortgage loan. It is further alleged that Lewis did not disclose that he and Sorensen agreed that Lewis would continue to reside at the property and Sorensen would later cause the property to be sold back to Lewis free of the bank’s mortgage loan. It is further alleged that on or about July 21, 2017, Lewis then listed the property for sale at a price of $1,195,000.
The case is being investigated by the FBI, the IRS-Criminal Investigation, with assistance from the U.S. Department of Interior-Office of the Inspector General. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Patrick Burns."

What were they thinking that they can steal from the bank and not get caught? A little to brazen I must say...
To see what they can expect in federal prison, go here and thanks for stopping by..

PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [David, Earl ]