Friday, September 29, 2017

God is Light

I was reading a vort in svhilei pinchas ma'amirim on yom kippur and they talked about the counting  procedure of the cohen gadol who says one and one , one and seven and so on. It reflects the seven heavens and the holy temple down on earth. The writer brings down Psalms 68:5, where it says, solu larocheiv bu'aravos , b y-h shmo, or , extol to the One Who rides upon the highest heavens, with Hashem is His Name.

This phrase equals 1391, another phrase with same number can be found in genesis 1:3-4, where it says,    ohr, vayehi ohr, vaya'ar Elokim as Haor ki....light and there was light, and God saw that the light noted at, by Avneer Milevsky

This teaches us that the essence of our God is light. May we be a light to the world...

For more findings 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]

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Egyptians? charged wtih Hurricane Sandy Relief Fraud

A criminal complaint was unsealed today in federal court in Brooklyn charging Nagwa Elsilimy and Ahmed Arafa with fraud by making false statements to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in connection with their obtaining more than $750,000 in disaster relief from New York City’s Build It Back program (BIB) and FEMA in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.  The defendants allegedly misrepresented that a home in Staten Island, which they had abandoned months before the storm, was their primary residence at the time the superstorm devastated New York and New Jersey.  The defendants unlawfully obtained over $750,000 in aid intended for people displaced by the storm.  Elsilimy was arrested this morning, and her initial appearance is scheduled for this afternoon before United States Chief Magistrate Judge Roanne L. Mann.
The charges were announced by Bridget M. Rohde, Acting United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, Christina Scaringi, Special Agent-in-Charge, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Inspector General (HUD OIG), Mark Tasky, Special Agent-in-Charge, Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General (DHS OIG), Washington Field Office, and Mark G. Peters, Commissioner, New York City Department of Investigation (DOI).  
“Taking advantage of funds intended for disaster relief misappropriates taxpayer dollars, reduces monies available to true victims and erodes public confidence in relief programs,” stated Acting United States Attorney Rohde. “This Office will continue to work with our law enforcement partners to root out such alleged illegal behavior.”
“The Defendants’ alleged conduct is disturbing, especially during this time when the public is reminded of the devastation that historic storms leave with thousands of victims,” stated HUD OIG Special Agent-in-Charge Scaringi.  “The taxpayer has no tolerance for those who would steal from Federal public aid – the sole goal of which is to help victims rebuild and move forward with their lives.  We, along with our federal and state law enforcement and prosecution partners, will continue to aggressively pursue fraudsters who engage in such unacceptable behavior to both the public and their neighbor.
“DHS OIG will continue to target fraudsters who seek to turn the tragedy of a natural disaster into an opportunity of personal gain at the expense of taxpayers,” stated DHS OIG Special Agent-in-Charge Tasky.  “Today’s arrest is a tangible step of our commitment with our law enforcement partners who work tirelessly to identify, investigate, and pursue prosecution of fraudulent activities that undermine federal programs.”
“Hurricane Sandy ravaged shoreside communities and displaced hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers from homes made uninhabitable by the storm,” stated DOI Commissioner Peters. “While homeowners applied for aid to rehabilitate and rebuild, these defendants were capitalizing on the destruction, collecting benefits to which they were not entitled and exploiting federal funds to restore property they didn’t live in, according to the charges. DOI has monitored the City’s rebuilding effort since its inception, and will continue to investigate the programs and those dishonest homeowners who take advantage of finite disaster relief funds.”
According to the complaint, in the days and months following Hurricane Sandy, which struck New York and New Jersey on October 29, 2012, the defendants obtained and attempted to obtain federal funds appropriated for Sandy disaster relief by submitting material misrepresentations in their applications for disaster relief. Specifically, the defendants falsely represented that a home they had abandoned before the storm was their primary residence at the time Sandy hit the Eastern District of New York. The defendants had been residing at a different address since at least March 2012, and, at the time Sandy struck Staten Island, the defendants’ alleged primary residence was vacant, and had been vacant for at least seven months. Evidence obtained in the investigation suggests that the defendants fraudulently obtained federal aid totaling more than $750,000 based upon their misrepresentations in applications to FEMA, HUD and BIB, the New York City program established with federal funds to aid residents in rebuilding private homes damaged or destroyed due to Hurricane Sandy."
What were these people thinking, that they can fool the feds? Feds will have the last laugh.

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

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

crooked chiropractor.

the crooked chirporactor case

SALT LAKE CITY – A former Orem, Utah, chiropractor, who also owned a health care products business, was sentenced to 33 months in prison for tax evasion and corruptly endeavoring to obstruct the internal revenue laws in U.S. District Court in Salt Lake City Monday afternoon. Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General Stuart M. Goldberg of the Justice Department’s Tax Division and U.S. Attorney John W. Huber for the District of Utah announced the sentence.
Louis Hansen, 65, was convicted following a jury trial in July.  According to documents submitted to the court and evidence presented at trial, Hansen attempted to evade the payment of his federal income taxes for the years 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2010.  For the years 2005, 2006 and 2010, Hansen filed a tax return reporting that he owed taxes, but did not fully pay the amounts due. Hansen’s 2007 return was audited and additional taxes assessed.
In March 2012, Hansen sent a check to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in the amount of $342,699 that was drawn on a closed bank account held in the name of another individual, and claimed that the check paid off his tax debt.  Hansen then sent a signed letter to the revenue officer assigned to collect his unpaid taxes, claiming that he had paid the taxes owed.  A few months later, Hansen sent 10 additional checks all in the amount of $425,000, to at least six IRS locations, all drawn on another closed account in the name of a different individual, claiming to pay the back taxes due.  
In addition to the term of prison imposed, U.S. District Court Judge Clark Waddoups sentenced Hansen to serve three years of supervised release and ordered him to pay restitution to the IRS in the amount of $342,699.
Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General Goldberg and U.S. Attorney Huber thanked special agents of IRS Criminal Investigation, who conducted the investigation, and Assistant U.S. Attorney Kevin L. Sundwall and Assistant Chief Andrew Kameros of the Tax Division, who prosecuted the case.
What was he thinking ? that he can fool the govt? Govt has last laugh
What can he expect in federal prison?
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [David, Earl ]

Monday, September 25, 2017

Investment Fund Manager gets 12 years prison

Brian Callahan , off to the big house

Earlier today, at the federal courthouse in Central Islip, New York, Senior United States District Judge Arthur D. Spatt sentenced Brian R. Callahan to 12 years’ imprisonment and three years’ supervised release, and ordered that he pay approximately $67.6 million in restitution following his April 29, 2014 guilty plea to securities fraud and wire fraud.
The sentence was announced by Bridget M. Rohde, Acting 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).
 “For years, Brian Callahan peddled lies to unsuspecting investors, causing some to lose their life savings, and to delay their retirements,” stated Acting United States Attorney Rohde.  “Callahan has now been held to account for his deceit and the harm he caused.”  Ms. Rohde expressed her grateful appreciation to the Internal Revenue Service, Securities and Exchange Commission, and the British Virgin Islands Financial Investigation Agency for their cooperation and assistance in the investigation and prosecution of this case.
“Callahan not only stole money from his investors, but their trust as well,” stated FBI Assistant Director-in-Charge Sweeney.  “It’s disheartening to think there are people out there who would deliberately take from others for their own personal gain, but today’s sentence reminds us how this game plays out in the end. May it be a message to other crooks that this type of behavior won’t be tolerated.” 
According to court filings and statements made in court, between December 2006 and February 2012, Callahan raised more than $118 million from at least 40 investors in connection with four different investment funds that he managed.  He had assured those investors that their money would be invested in mutual funds, hedge funds, and other securities.  Instead of investing the money as he promised, Callahan misappropriated approximately $96 million and began to operate the investment funds as a large-scale Ponzi scheme.  Among other things, Callahan diverted millions of dollars towards the Panoramic View, an unprofitable 117-unit beachfront resort and residence development in Montauk, New York, that he owned with his brother-in-law and co-defendant, Adam Manson.  He also commingled the money from the various investment funds and used it to pay tens of millions of dollars in partial redemptions to his victim investors to keep the Ponzi scheme afloat. He paid himself approximately $6 million, which he used to purchase luxury homes in Old Westbury and Westhampton, New York, and luxury cars, including a Range Rover and a BMW, and to pay large credit card bills and dues associated with his golf club. To avoid detection and continue the scheme, Callahan sent fake account statements to investors that falsely showed that their funds were invested and performing well, and he repeatedly lied to his investors about both the nature and status of their investments.
In December 2015, Judge Spatt entered a decree ordering the forfeiture of approximately $40 million in net proceeds from the sale of the Montauk property.
This prosecution was the result of efforts by the Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force (FFETF), which was created in November 2009 to wage an aggressive, coordinated and proactive effort to investigate and prosecute financial crimes.  With more than 20 federal agencies, 94 U.S. Attorneys’ Offices and state and local partners, it is the broadest coalition of law enforcement, investigatory and regulatory agencies ever assembled to combat fraud.  Since its formation, the task force has made great strides in facilitating increased investigation and prosecution of financial crimes; enhancing coordination and cooperation among federal, state and local authorities; addressing discrimination in the lending and financial markets, and conducting outreach to the public, victims, financial institutions and other organizations.  Since fiscal year 2009, the Justice Department has filed over 18,000 financial fraud cases against more than 25,000 defendants.  For more information on the task force, visit
There are no red umbrellas or umbrellas allowed in federal prison and yes, you can buy a cheap poncho made in china from commissary.  How can someone do such a thing? its called money, the all power full drug...that can take anyone down.

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

russian medical clinic owner gets 7 year prison sentence

BROOKLYN, N.Y. – The owner of two medical clinics in Brooklyn, New York, was sentenced today to seven years in prison for her role in a $55 million health care fraud scheme.
Acting U.S. Attorney Bridget M. Rohde of the Eastern District of New York, Acting Assistant Attorney General Kenneth A. Blanco of the Department of Justice Criminal Division, Special Agent-in-Charge Scott Lampert of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (HHS OIG) Office of Investigations New York Region, Special Agent-in-Charge James D. Robnett of the IRS Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI) New York Field Office, and Inspector General Dennis Rosen of the New York State Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG) made the announcement.
Valentina Kovalienko, 47, the owner of Prime Care on the Bay LLC and Bensonhurst Mega Medical Care P.C., was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Roslynn R. Mauskopf of the Eastern District of New York, who also ordered Kovalienko to pay $29,336,497.27 in restitution and to forfeit $29,336,497.27. Kovalienko pleaded guilty in October 2015 to one count of conspiracy to commit health care fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering.
As part of her guilty plea, Kovalienko acknowledged that her co-conspirators paid cash kickbacks to patients to induce them to attend her two clinics.  Kovalienko also admitted that she submitted false and fraudulent claims to Medicare and Medicaid for services that were induced by prohibited kickback payments to patients or that were unlawfully rendered by unlicensed staff.  Kovalienko also wrote checks from the clinics’ bank accounts to third-party companies, which purported to provide services to the clinics, but which in fact were not providing services, and the payments were instead used to generate the cash needed to pay the illegal kickbacks to patients, she admitted.
“The defendant made stealing from Medicare and Medicaid her full time business by agreeing with others to pay cash kickbacks to patients, submit fraudulent claims to Medicare and Medicaid, and write checks to sham companies to disburse the proceeds of the illegal scheme,” stated Acting United States Attorney Rohde. “This Office and our law enforcement partners are committed to protecting precious taxpayer dollars from unscrupulous providers seeking to defraud federal health care programs.”  
“The fraud scheme that Ms. Kovalienko and others engaged in was motivated by nothing more than personal greed,” said HHS OIG Special Agent-in-Charge Lampert.  “This sentencing should serve as a warning to any health care provider that dares to put personal profit ahead of proper patient care. HHS OIG, along with our law enforcement partners, will continue to aggressively pursue those who seek to undermine the federally funded health care programs intended for our most vulnerable Americans.”
“Affordable Healthcare is a phrase the American people have heard over and over for the past decade,” said IRS-CI Special Agent-in-Charge Robnett.  “It is schemes such as this that keep costs high for all American citizens. As Criminal Investigators for the IRS, we are happy to lend our financial expertise in uncovering fraud that hurts all of us.”
“Individuals who commit Medicaid fraud prey on the most vulnerable New Yorkers, and the impacts - fewer health care resources and waste of taxpayer dollars - affect all of us,” stated OMIG Inspector General Rosen. “My office will continue to work closely with our state and federal partners to hold wrongdoers fully accountable.”
Twenty other individuals have pleaded guilty in connection with this case, including the former medical directors of Prime Care on the Bay LLC and Bensonhurst Mega Medical Care P.C., six physical and occupational therapists, three ambulette drivers, the owner of several of the sham companies used to launder the money and a former patient who received illegal kickbacks. 
HHS OIG, IRS-CI and OMIG investigated the case, which was brought as part of the Medicare Fraud Strike Force, under the supervision by the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York.  Assistant Chief A. Brendan Stewart of the Fraud Section and Assistant U.S. Attorney F. Turner Buford of the Eastern District of New York, formerly a Fraud Section trial attorney, are prosecuting the case. 
The Criminal Division’s Fraud Section leads the Medicare Fraud Strike Force.  Since its inception in March 2007, the Medicare Fraud Strike Force, now operating in nine cities across the country, has charged nearly 3,500 defendants who have collectively billed the Medicare program for more than $12.5 billion.  In addition, the HHS Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, working in conjunction with the HHS-OIG, are taking steps to increase accountability and decrease the presence of fraudulent providers.
Ms. Kovalienko is lucky she only got seven years for the amount of money she stole. Rubashkin allegedly defrauded a bank out of ten million and got 27 years. Seven years is no picnic but they could have easiy slammed her with fifteen years.  What was she thinking, that she would never get caught? Obviously , the money was a drug to her and now it is hitting her like a ton of bricks. 
PRISON: what to expect in Federal Bureau of Prisons (Prison series Book 1) by [David, Earl ] 

former congressman Anthony Weiner gets 21 months prison sentence

weiner off to sentencing 

Joon H. Kim, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that ANTHONY WEINER was sentenced today in Manhattan federal court to 21 months in prison for transferring obscene material to a minor.  WEINER pled guilty on May 19, 2017, before U.S. District Judge Loretta A. Preska.  Today’s sentence was imposed by U.S. District Judge Denise L. Cote. 

Acting Manhattan U.S. Attorney Joon H. Kim said:  “Anthony Weiner, a former Congressman and candidate for Mayor, asked a girl who he knew to be 15 years old to display her naked body and engage in sexually explicit behavior for him online.  Justice demands that this type of conduct be prosecuted and punished with time in prison.  Today, Anthony Weiner received a just sentence that was appropriate for his crime.”

In sentencing ANTHONY WEINER, Judge Cote said:  “This is a serious crime that deserves serious punishment.”

According to the documents filed in this case and statements made in court proceedings: 

Between January and March 2016, WEINER used online messaging and video chat applications to communicate with a minor girl he knew to be 15 years old (the “Minor Victim”) and to transfer obscene material to her.  Those communications began the evening of January 23, 2016, when the Minor Victim initiated contact with WEINER by sending him a direct message on Twitter.  That night, the Minor Victim and WEINER exchanged a series of messages.  Early in the exchange, the Minor Victim revealed to WEINER that she was in high school.  As their communications progressed, the Minor Victim made plain that she was a minor.  Despite that knowledge, WEINER participated in increasingly suggestive exchanges.  The exchanges occurred over Facebook messenger, Skype, Kik, Confide, and Snapchat, the latter three of which are messaging and photo-sharing applications that delete messages and images once viewed.    

Between February 17 and 23, 2016, WEINER and the Minor Victim participated in three video chat sessions on Skype.  The Minor Victim made clear during those chat sessions that she was not just a minor; she was, in fact, only 15 years old.    Nevertheless, during the latter two Skype sessions, on February 18 and 23, 2016, and in a Snapchat communication on March 9, 2016, the defendant used graphic and obscene language to ask the Minor Victim to display her naked body and touch herself, which she did.  He also sent an obscene message to the Minor Victim on Confide, describing what he would do to her if she were 18.  As part of these criminal exchanges, the defendant also sent the Minor Victim adult pornography, or a link thereto.  In approximately March 2016, after several months of intermittent exchanges, communications between the defendant and the Minor Victim largely stopped. 

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In addition to the prison term, WEINER, 53, of New York, New York, was sentenced to three years of supervised release.

Mr. Kim praised and thanked the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Special Victims Division of the New York City Police Department for their outstanding work.

What can he expect in federal prison? If he ends up in FCI fort dix, and that is where most sexual offenders end up, his life can be in danger as they are always getting attacked. He may end up in MDC Brooklyn in a secure unit that holds ex cops and other ex officials. 

Weiner should be thankful he got such a light sentence as I saw most sex offenders received between 10 and 20 years. Some even 25 years.  

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 [David, Earl ]  

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Thoughts on Rosh Hashana

The Jewish New Year is always on the 1st of the 7 month of the Jewish Calendar, known as the 1st of Tishrei. It is Biblically ordained as noted at 29:1, where it says, uvachodesh hashvi'i b'echad lachodesh. The Torah goes on to say that it is a day of blasting. But where do get the theme about judgment and mercy from the Bible? Actually we see an allusion based on Gematria. The Gematria of the above phrase is 1074. Other words with the same number include Toras Chaim, or the Torah of Life. This phrase is said in the silent prayer.

1074 is also the gematria of the verse in  psalms 103:13, where it says, "As a father who has mercy over his children, so the Lord has mercy over those that fear him."  

This teaches us that the scholars of the Bible knew that this is an auspicious time for our prayers to be accepted.

To read more of my findings about the Torah based on gematria - numerology, go here...

Code of the Heart: Gematria as a Bible Decoder (Bible Code Series Book 3) by [David, Earl, Langner, David]

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

former attorney gets three year prison sentence

former attorney, Brandon Lisi, off to federal prison

Joon H. Kim, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and William F. Sweeney Jr., Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”), announced that BRANDON LISI was sentenced today to 38 months in prison for his role in a scheme to defraud at least four individual investors in real estate transactions of more than $1 million.  LISI pled guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud on April 3, 2017, for his role in the fraud.  LISI entered the guilty plea before U.S. District Judge Katherine Polk Failla, who imposed today’s sentence.
Acting U.S. Attorney Joon H. Kim said:  “As he previously admitted, Brandon Lisi, a former attorney, misled clients into investing over $1 million in real estate properties.  These investments yielded no profit for investors, because Lisi and his co-defendant simply pocketed the funds.  Now Brandon Lisi faces time in federal prison for his fraud.”  
FBI Assistant Director William F. Sweeney Jr. said:  “Financial crimes have the potential to turn lives upside down and inside out.  The victims in this case deserve to see justice served. As evidenced by today’s sentence, they will.  May this be a reminder to others that this type of behavior won’t go unpunished.”
According to documents filed in this case and statements made in related court proceedings:
LISI, a former attorney, and his co-conspirator, a practicing attorney, built relationships of trust with victim investors and then induced those investors to put money into fraudulent business deals.  Through the course of the scheme, LISI and his co-conspirator made false representations and failed to disclose material information to investors, all in an effort to induce them to hand their money over to invest in these purported deals.  LISI further caused another individual, acting at his direction, to make false statements in bankruptcy court in an effort to forestall foreclosure on one of the properties LISI had obtained.   Although LISI promised his victims large returns on their investments, he and his co‑conspirator used the invested funds for personal use, through substantial cash withdrawals, payments to relatives, and transfers to pay off personal debts.
Ultimately, the victims of this scheme lost nearly all of the money they had invested, which was more than $1 million in total.
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In addition to the prison term, LISI, 43, of Melville, New York, was sentenced to three years of supervised release, and ordered to forfeit $1,438,358 and to pay $1,438,358 in restitution.
Mr. Kim praised and thanked the Federal Bureau of Investigation for their outstanding investigative work. 
If you believe you were a victim of this crime, including a victim entitled to restitution, and you wish to provide information to law enforcement and/or receive notice of future developments in the case or additional information, please contact the Victim/Witness Unit at the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, at (866) 874-8900.  For additional information, go to
The case is being prosecuted by the Office’s Complex Frauds and Cybercrime Unit.  Assistant United States Attorneys Katherine Reilly, Noah Solowiejczyk, and Michael Lockard are in charge of the prosecution.
What was he thinking, that he can keep stealing and not get away with it? The house of cards comes tumbling down.

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

Monday, September 18, 2017

unauthorized text billing scheme leads to 33 months prison sentence

Joon H. Kim, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that FRANCIS ASSIFUAH, a/k/a “Francis Assif,” was sentenced today to 33 months in prison for participating in a massive scheme to defraud consumers by placing unauthorized charges for text messaging services on their cell phone bills, through a practice known as “auto-subscribing.” Through their fraudulent scheme, ASSIFUAH and his co-conspirators charged millions of mobile phone customers $9.99 a month for unsolicited, recurring text messages about topics such as horoscopes, celebrity gossip, and trivia facts, without the customers’ knowledge or consent. The fraud resulted in the theft of over $100 million from consumers throughout the United States. ASSIFUAH pled guilty to his role in the fraud on February 7, 2017, and was sentenced today in Manhattan federal court by the Honorable Katherine B. Forrest.
To date, four additional defendants, Andrew Bachman, Lin Miao, Michael Pajackowski, and Erdolo Eromo, have pled guilty in connection with their participation in the fraud, and one additional defendant, Fraser Thompson, was convicted by a jury on September 5, 2017, following a three-week trial.
Acting Manhattan U.S. Attorney Joon H. Kim said: “Francis Assifuah and his co-conspirators charged millions of cell phone customers for text message services they never signed up for, ultimately reaping more than $100 million from their scheme. Together with our law enforcement partners, we are committed to uncovering and prosecuting schemes that defraud consumers.”

According to the Indictment filed in Manhattan federal court, other court documents, and statements made in connection with ASSIFUAH’S guilty plea and sentencing:

ASSIFUAH is a former employee of Mobile Messenger, a mobile “aggregator” that compiled, or “aggregated,” charges for premium services – such as monthly horoscopes, celebrity gossip, and trivia facts – on consumers’ mobile phone bills. In the auto-subscribing scheme, Mobile Messenger worked with multiple different “content provider” companies, which sent consumers the unwanted text messages that ultimately resulted in the consumers being charged for services they had not authorized. Those content providers included a company called Tatto Media, which was operated by Miao; companies called CF Enterprises and DigiMobi, which were operated by Eugeni Tsvetnenko, a/k/a “Zhenya”; and a company called Bleam Technology, which was operated by ASSIFUAH.

While he was working at Mobile Messenger, ASSIFUAH worked with and befriended Eromo. In early 2012, Eromo approached Pajackowski, a fellow Mobile Messenger employee, and asked to participate more actively in the auto-subscribing activities that Pajackowski and others were engaging in with Tatto Media. After Pajackowski told Eromo there was no room for him in the Tatto Media auto-subscription, Pajackowski suggested that they recruit another content provider with technical expertise to help them expand the scheme. Eromo then met with ASSIFUAH at a trade show in Las Vegas and presented him with the plan to auto-subscribe, using Bleam Technology as the content provider. By the time Eromo returned from the Las Vegas trade show, ASSIFUAH had agreed to become involved in auto-subscribing. Shortly thereafter, Eromo, Pajackowski, and ASSIFUAH began to auto-subscribe consumers through Bleam Technology, using Mobile Messenger as the mobile aggregator.
The auto-subscription scheme, through all of the content providers that it involved, affected millions of consumers and generated over $100 million in criminal proceeds.
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In addition to the prison sentence, ASSIFUAH, 44, of Las Vegas, Nevada, was sentenced to two years of supervised release.

Mr. Kim praised the investigative work of the Internal Revenue Service - Criminal Investigation, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and expressed his sincere gratitude to the Federal Trade Commission for their support and assistance with the investigation.

If you believe you were a victim of this crime, including a victim entitled to restitution, and you wish to provide information to law enforcement and/or receive notice of future developments in the case or additional information, please contact the Victim/Witness Unit at the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, at (866) 874-8900. For additional information, go to
The prosecution of this case is being handled by the Office’s Complex Frauds and Cybercrime Unit. Assistant United States Attorneys Sarah E. Paul, Richard Cooper, and Jennifer L. Beidel are in charge of the prosecution.

The named of the convicted sounds Ghanian...In any event, this is what he can expect in federal prison...


Hurricane Maria, is it an act of God?

Hurricane Maria poses to do life threatening damage to Puerto Rico, right around Rosh Hashana or the Jewish new year of Judgment .

Like we say on Rosh Hashanah, on this day it is decreed, who will live and who will die.

Three things avert an evil decree, repentance, prayer, and charity

To read my findings about hurricanes, go here and thanks for stopping by...

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

repentance brings Davidi kingship

There is a phrase in talmud yoma, 86b, where rabbi yonasan says that teshuva is great since it brings the redemption.

It says, gedolah teshuva shemakreves es ha'ge'ulah. This phrase equals 3223.  This phrase equals equals Ezekiel 37:24, where it mentions that David will be king...

This teaches us the effects of teshuva or repentance.

see more at code of the heart
Code of the Heart: Gematria as a Bible Decoder (Bible Code Series Book 3) by [David, Earl, Langner, David]

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Martin Shkreli jailed

Martin Shkreli 

According to the NY Post, the "well liked" Pharmaceutical executive, was jailed after a  federal judge revoked his bail, as noted in the NY Post.

Federal prison is no fun. It is a very serious place and if you step on someone's shoes, you may have your head bashed in.

To learn more about federal prison,go here...

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

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

staged accident leads to 6 months prison

"CLARKSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA – A Fairmont, West Virginia man was sentenced today to six months incarceration for mail fraud, Acting United States Attorney Betsy Steinfeld Jividen announced.
Bryce Martin, age 26, of Fairmont, pled guilty to one count of “Mail Fraud” in June 2017. Martin admitted to taking part in a staged vehicular accident in January 2012 in Harrison County. He also admitted to faking injuries from said accident and filing a false insurance claim, from which he, and others, received insurance settlements of approximately $101,500. Martin also admitted his role in procuring an insurance settlement check in someone else’s name in the amount of $46,500.
Martin was ordered to pay $152,603.64 in restitution.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Andrew R. Cogar prosecuted the case on behalf of the government. The West Virginia Insurance Commission Office of Inspector General and the United States Postal Inspection Service investigated.
Senior U.S. District Judge Irene M. Keeley presided."

This man is lucky he only got 6 months. He could have seen much more jail time.
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 [David, Earl ]  

my thoughts on hurricane irma

for those who have insurance and money, the nightmare of a destroyed home will soon pass as the insurance will cover. for those who have no insurance, it is a life of homelessness and hell on earth.

I have been through hell of prison and owe the govt 2.5 million so I know how it is to wake up to the reality of hell.

To see why God brings hurricanes, go here...

Friday, September 8, 2017

Will God destroy Miami?

Does God care about Miami? Is Miami a city of sin? Can prayers avert Irma's imminent track of destruction? If Miami is destroyed, can it be rebuilt? Will the residents come back? Will there be a winter vacation in Miami this year?

Does robbery bring floods? Bible says Noach

Read, Hurricanes and God, any connection?

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

robbers indicted....

SAN DIEGO – A well-organized and often violent group of thieves has stolen more than $20 million worth of merchandise from high-end shopping malls here and around the country, according to an indictment unsealed today which charges 22 people.

A contingent of more than 250 officials from local, state and federal law enforcement agencies made 12 arrests today and searched three homes in Lemon Grove, Chula Vista and San Diego. Three defendants were already in custody; seven were fugitives as of 1 p.m. today. The defendants in custody are scheduled to make their first court appearances at 10 a.m. tomorrow before U.S. Magistrate Judge Barbara Lynn Major.

"During searches today, agents confiscated approximately $30,000 in cash plus about a dozen large trash bags full of new clothing - with merchandise tags and security devices still attached - from retailers such as Victoria’s Secret, Hollister Co., Guess, Express and Abercrombie & Fitch, and brands such as Calvin Klein, Hurley, Armani, Adidas, Kenneth Cole and Puma. Agents also found piles of new Louis Vuitton shoes and boxes full of security sensors that had been removed from clothing.

The indictment describes how defendants from the San Diego area formed crews of thieves to steal merchandise from retail stores throughout the United States and transport the merchandise across state lines for sale in Mexico. The well-organized teams operated consistently for over a decade. The indictment describes how team leaders assigned each member a specific role, such as team leader, mule or blocker. Team leaders selected stores to target, scouted the stores, and choreographed the actions of other team members using cell phones and hand signals while Mules secreted the stolen merchandise out of stores in “booster bags,” which are shopping bags with metallic linings designed to defeat anti-theft sensors. Blockers prevented store employees from seeing the ongoing theft by obstructing their view with clothing, by distracting the employees, or by physically preventing the employees from responding.

When necessary, the teams used force against store employees, other customers, and law enforcement to escape. For example, the indictment alleges that in November 2009, defendant Sergio Manuel Montano Nava knocked over an infant in its stroller and injured the infant’s father to avoid being arrested for a theft at a Hollister store in Schaumburg, Illinois.

In November 2012, defendants Jose Damazo Herrera, Robin Macias and others drove vehicles through a crowd while fleeing a theft from a Hollister store in the Fashion Valley Mall in San Diego. The thefts alleged in the indictment typically resulted in losses of several thousand dollars in merchandise.

In March 2013, a defendant grabbed a loss prevention officer by the throat and threw her to the ground while running from a theft at Abercrombie & Fitch at the Plaza Bonita Mall in National City.

The indictment lists 38 thefts which occurred at locations around the country at various clothing stores, including Victoria’s Secret, Hollister Co., Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana Republic and Express in the California cities of Escondido, San Diego, National City, San Clemente, Ventura, Oxnard, Camarillo, City of Industry, Orange, Mission Viejo, Northridge, Canoga Park; and outside the state in Las Vegas, Nevada; Frederick, Maryland; Vancouver, Washington; and Schaumburg, Illinois."

What were these thugs thinking that they would never get caught? Now they face the wrath of the feds....

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

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

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Hurricane Harvey an act of God?

Read my take on hurricanes and storms based on Bible Code. What's in store next? Was hurricane harvey an act of God? Did the sinners of katrina who came from New Orleans, Louisiana and moved to Houston bring on Hurricane Harvey? Can Hurricane Irma be avoided?