Saturday, November 22, 2014

Nicolae Popescu, Dumitru Daniel Bosogioiu, Dragomir Razvan, Ovidiu Vlad Cristea cautati de FBI

Autoritatile federale americane ofera pana la 1,7 milioane de dolari recompensa pentru informatii care sa conduca la arestarea sau condamnarea lui Nicolae Popescu si Dumitru Daniel Bosogioiu, autori de fraude pe internet. http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/cyber
 
Bosogioiu Daniel Dumitru este din Orlesti, Valcea.

 Cautati de FBI mai sunt : Dragomir Razvan.
http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/cei/dragomir-razvan/view

Ovidiu Vlad Cristea http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/cei/ovidiu-vlad-cristea/view



Saturday, October 11, 2014

Immigration Official Sentenced to 30 Months in Prison for Soliciting Bribes to Approve Applications for Citizenship and Green Card

SANTA ANA, CA—An immigration service officer with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) who took thousands of dollars in bribes from immigrants who were seeking either citizenship or lawful permanent resident status in the United States was sentenced today to 30 months in federal prison.
Mai Nhu Nguyen, 48, of Irvine, was sentenced by United States District Judge Josephine L. Staton.
From 2011 through June 2013, Nguyen solicited and took bribes from Vietnamese immigrants. In one case, Nguyen took $1,000 from an immigrant seeking a “Green Card” and 200 egg rolls from an immigrant seeking citizenship.
Nguyen, who worked at USCIS’s Santa Ana office for approximately eight years and is now on leave, was an immigration service officer with the power to approve or deny applications for immigration benefits that are submitted by immigrants.
The case against Nguyen is the product of an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General.

High-Frequency Trader Indicted for Manipulating Commodities Futures Markets in First Federal Prosecution for Spoofing

CHICAGO—In the first federal prosecution of its kind, a high-frequency trader was indicted for allegedly manipulating commodities futures prices and illegally profiting nearly $1.6 million as a result of trading orders he placed through CME Group and European futures markets in 2011. The defendant, Michael Coscia, was the manager and sole owner of the former Panther Energy Trading LLC, of Red Bank, N.J., which he formed in 2007.
Coscia, 52, of Rumson, N.J., a registered commodities trader since 1988, was charged with six counts of commodities fraud and six counts of “spoofing” in a 12-count indictment returned yesterday by a federal grand jury, Zachary T. Fardon, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, and Robert J. Holley, Special Agent-in-Charge of the Chicago Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, announced today.
The indictment marks the first federal prosecution nationwide under the anti-spoofing provision that was added to the Commodity Exchange Act by the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.

Friday, July 11, 2014

DERRICK SMITH convicted for corruption

FBI CHICAGO—Illinois State Representative DERRICK SMITH (10th District) was convicted today on federal corruption charges for accepting a $7,000 cash bribe in March 2012 to write an official letter of support for a daycare center that he believed was seeking a state grant as part of an undercover investigation. Smith was found guilty by a jury that began deliberating Monday afternoon following a trial that began on May 28.
Smith, 50, of Chicago, was convicted on one count each of bribery and attempted extortion. No sentencing date was immediately set. A status hearing was set for September 23 before U.S. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman. Bribery carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and attempted extortion carries a maximum of 20 years, and both counts carry a $250,000 maximum fine. The court must impose a reasonable sentence under federal statutes and the advisory United States Sentencing Guidelines.
According to the evidence at trial, a confidential source identified as “Pete,” who worked on Smith’s political campaigns, and who, unbeknownst to Smith, was cooperating with the FBI, had numerous conversations with Smith about helping a fictional daycare owner obtain a purported state grant in exchange for a cash bribe. On March 2, 2012, Smith provided Pete with an official letter of support for the daycare owner to obtain a $50,000 Early Childhood Construction Grant from the state’s Capital Development Board. In return, during a recorded meeting on March 10, 2012, Pete gave Smith $7,000 cash, purportedly from the fictional daycare owner.

Monday, June 30, 2014

Leonard Simon's wired behavior


Leonard Simon or Simoni is a strange guy with a strange behavior, who created multiple Facebook accounts for himself and was harassing al least one female online, who happened to be someone's else girlfriend. When confronted about the situation he tried to fight back and because being threaten with reporting his behavior to the police he completely erased his account. 
On his FB account was listed that he is from Nevada, but now lives in Ireland, West Virginia, working for a company called  Hitachi Construction Machinery.

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Nicolae Rus politistul din Floresti cu tupeu de smecher de cartier

Nicolae Rus un politist clujean ce abuzeaza de functia pe care o are, punand aiurea pe drumuri masina politiei care putea sa se ocupe de alte infractiuni mult mai grave de pe raza comunei Floresti sau zonele limitrofe.

"Un incident petrecut saptamana trecuta in Floresti ii socheaza pe iubitorii de animale. Un politist, alertat de sotia sa, legitimeaza,  retine la fata locului dupa care conduce la sectie pe un tanar, care, impreuna cu iubita, isi plimbau cainii pe un camp din spatele blocurilor de pe strada Eroilor. Sotia politistului, aflata in zona cu cei doi copii si cu o alta femeie mai in varsta, s-ar fi speriat de labradorul care alerga liber. Filmarea publicata ieri pe Facebook a starnit un val de reactii in online, majoritatea de partea tinerilor, considerand abuziv comportamentul politistului. Reprezentantii Inspectoratului de Politie al Judetului Cluj fac cercetari, iar politistul vrea sa ii dea in judecata pe cei doi tineri. Incidentul s-a petrecut in 20 noiembrie, pe un teren din spatele blocurilor din zona Eroilor, Floresti. Cei doi tineri, proprietarii celor doi labradori isi plimbau cainii acolo, cand au aparut doua femei cu doi copii mici intr-un carucior.
“Catelusa aurie era fara lesa si s-a apropiat de ele, de curiozitate. Nu le-a atins, nu a sarit pe carucior, s-a oprit la 3-4 metri de ele. Am avut un schimb de replici, le-a spus Sebi sa stea linistite, ca nu musca, iar ele au inceput sa strige la noi, sa ne jigneasca si sa ne ameninte cu sotul care lucreaza la politie”, a povestit pentru Ziar de Cluj Moni Aldea.
http://www.ziardecluj.ro/tupeul-politistului-nesimtit-din-floresti-acuzat-de-comportament-abuziv-ii-da-judecata-pe-cei-care-l

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

CEO of the bankrupt Sentinel Management Group, Inc. convicted

CHICAGO―The chief executive officer of the bankrupt Sentinel Management Group, Inc., was convicted today of defrauding more than 70 customers of more than $500 million before the firm collapsed in August 2007. The defendant, ERIC A. BLOOM, misappropriated securities belonging to customers by using them as collateral for a loan that Sentinel obtained from Bank of New York Mellon Corp., which was used, in part, to purchase millions of dollars’ worth of high-risk, illiquid securities, not for customers but for a trading portfolio maintained for the benefit of Sentinel’s officers, including Bloom, members of his family, and corporations controlled by the Bloom family.
A federal jury deliberated less than two hours after a four-week trial in U.S. District Court before returning guilty verdicts on 18 counts of wire fraud and one count of investment adviser fraud. The case is one of the largest financial fraud cases ever prosecuted in Federal Court in Chicago.

Ukrainian Businessman Arrested in Austria on U.S. International Corruption Conspiracy Charges

WASHINGTON—Dmitry Firtash, 48, a Ukrainian businessman, was arrested Wednesday by Austrian authorities in Vienna on a provisional arrest request based on charges filed in the Northern District of Illinois, announced Acting Assistant Attorney General Mythili Raman of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney Zachary T. Fardon of the Northern District of Illinois.
The charges result from an investigation, which the FBI has conducted for several years, of an alleged international corruption conspiracy. Firtash’s arrest is not related to recent events in Ukraine.
Firtash, who controls Group DF, an international conglomerate of companies, remains in Austrian custody unless he meets the bail condition of posting a €125 million bond, which was set today in a Vienna court. The U.S. government will seek his extradition.
The charges are merely accusations, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.
The department has worked closely with and has received significant assistance from its law enforcement counterparts in Austria and greatly appreciates their assistance in this matter. Significant assistance was also provided by the Criminal Division’s Office of International Affairs. The Chicago Office of the FBI conducted the investigation.