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NAGY SHEHATA + COUNTERFEIT AUGUST 2014 ABN AMRO BANK DOCUMENTS

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BLATANT CRIMINALITY BY ANYONES LEGAL DEFINITION. BELOW IS EMAIL FROM NAGY SHEHATA DELIVERING THE COUNTERFEIT ABN AMRO BANK DOCUMENTS.

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From: Nagy G Shehata <grgshehata@gmail.com>

Date: August 28, 2014 at 8:48:20 AM GMT-4
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Subject: FW: UPDATED BANK DOCUMENTATION ID 4371 , EUROS 10B , PREMIER INVESTMENT GROUP, INC.

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Thank You 

Premier Investment Group INC

Nagy George Shehata

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Phone: (913) 538-6481

 


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GREGORY DeRUE, FORMER SMC MARKETING DIRECTOR, CHARGED WITH 11 COUNTS THAT INCLUDE MONEY LAUNDERING, FRAUD

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http://www.wsjm.com/Former-SMC-Marketing-Director-Faces-Felony-Charges/19780492

A former official from Southwestern Michigan College is facing decades in prison if convicted of a massive alleged fraud against the Dowagiac college. Gregory DeRue of Granger, Indiana has been indicted on 11 counts of money laundering and fraud, and pled not guilty in federal court in Grand Rapids to the charges on Monday. Federal prosecutors accuse DeRue of using his own company, DMG Media of Mishawaka, to purchase television, radio and billboard ads for SMC that never actually happened. He’s accused of pocketing over $200,000 from the college through the phantom advertising while employed as the college’s marketing director before he was fired in May 2013. The government seized over $115,000 from DMG Media’s bank account in July. They’re also after DeRue’s 2012 Hyundai Santa Fe SUV, which was allegedly paid off using a check he wrote to himself from the college, and another $92,000 that he obtained through the scheme. The federal indictment does not say how the college or authorities uncovered the scheme.

HECTOR JAVIER VILLARREAL HERNANDEZ, FORMER TREASURER OF A STATE IN MEXICO, FORFEITS $6.5M MONEY LAUNDERED IN TEXAS, USA

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http://www.fortmilltimes.com/2014/08/29/3693004/former-mexican-state-official.html?sp=/99/103/

The former treasurer of a Mexican border state has agreed to forfeit $6.5 million to Bexar (bayr) County, prosecutors in San Antonio said.

 

They allege Hector Javier Villarreal Hernandez accrued the money during his time as treasurer of the Mexican state of Coahuila (kwa-WEE’-lah) through kickbacks from companies that received state contracts. Bexar County prosecutor Cliff Herberg said kickbacks also came from a coal mining company that he said was a front for the Zetas drug-trafficking cartel.

 

Authorities contend Villarreal used the money to purchase property in San Antonio and elsewhere. Money was laundered by using limited liability companies to buy various properties and by shifting money through bank accounts in Texas and Bermuda, investigators allege.

 

Villarreal resigned in 2011 after it was discovered Coahuila was nearly $3 billion in debt, the San Antonio Express-News reports (http://bit.ly/XYG18F ).

 

He’s incarcerated in San Antonio awaiting trial on federal charges claiming financial crimes in the U.S.

 

Bexar County District Attorney Susan Reed says the $6.5 million will be split among her office, the Texas attorney general’s office and federal agencies that include the Internal Revenue Service.

 

“It has to do with our desire to keep cartels and to keep any kind of corruption of foreign government from invading our community,” Reed said.

 

Villarreal served as treasurer under then-Gov. Humberto Moreira, a rising star in Mexico’s Institutional Revolutionary Party. His political career was derailed by the debt scandal.

 

Moreira was succeeded by his brother, Ruben, the current governor.

 

The Express-News reported earlier this month that the U.S. government is investigating a network of people with connections to Humberto Moreira who authorities believe are involved in money laundering and drug trafficking in San Antonio.

 

CARMELA PANICO, FORMER STRIPPER WITH COFFEE SHOPS CALLED TWIN PEAKS + JAVA JUGS, CHARGED WITH MONEY LAUNDERING, PROSTITUTION

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http://www.seattleweekly.com/home/947572-129/panico-frank-police-strip-coffee-clubs

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Stripper King Frank Colacurcio, having died three years ago this week, resides now in the great hereafter. Wherever that is, they likely do not have newspapers. Still, you could imagine applauding from above when the latest news broke about his protégé Carmela Panico.

She danced for him at Rick’s, his nudie strip club in Lake City, and went on to become one of the few female entrepreneurs in the strip-and-sex business. Panico followed Frank’s model, which was to create a small empire of joints and then battle the cops to stay alive.

With one obvious difference: Panico thought small.

Rather than dance halls, her clubs are the size of coffee shacks. In fact, they are espresso huts, six of them scattered around Snohomish County, and one in Kent. The cops call them sexpresso stands.

They bear such names as Java Juggs and Twin Peaks. If that doesn’t attract coffee drinkers, surely the bikini-clad employees do. From the serving window, they seem attired only in cleavage.

There’s no mystery here. The huts are equipped with dancer’s poles, like any good strip joint.

Besides a cuppa joe, a customer can get wiggled at and flash-danced. According to police and prosecutors, some of the grinding baristas also allowed the touching of body parts, occasionally letting it all hang out the window. Sometimes they allegedly offered sex for money.

Frank would have slapped himself at seeing Panico’s innovation: Mamma mia, a drive-in strip joint! It’s Dick’s the way he would have liked it.

Panico, like Frank, has been fighting with the cops for years. For example, in 2011, according to court records, a plainclothes officer said that when he drove up to a Java Juggs, the barista asked “Are you a naughty boy?”

He confessed he was. The barista told him to drive around the other side of the stand where, through the window, he could watch her on the stripper pole, exposing herself. A frothy cup of coffee like that cost $20.

With those prices, the think-small strip clubs were revenue-large: In the last three years, Panico deposited more than $850,000 cash into a BECU bank account, records show.

It was literally cool cash; but something smelled. A search warrant on file recounts how BECU employees noticed the money always seemed to have a “foul odor.” That’s because, Panico advised the employees, she kept the money “in her freezer at home with fish.”

Police spent tireless months on the case – pole dance after pole dance, oh the humanity. They also took vids of the bikini baristas serving up their lascivious lattes. Panico was subsequently charged with prostitution. She later pled guilty to lewd conduct and was fined $775.

Police then spent more months on the case. And the other day, a cop was accused of crossing the line. That used to happen a lot when Frank ran Seattle clubs, back in the 1950s and 60s police payoff days. A cop walked in and Frank had a sack lunch for him, a salad of cash. Frank could then stay open.

In this case, both Panico, 51, and longtime Snohomish County Sheriff’s Sgt. Darrell O’Neill, 58, were arrested for conspiring to promote prostitution. Everett Police claim O’Neill tipped off Panico and a manager/dancer about police investigations in return for sex with the women.

Investigators say O’Neill allegedly had sex inside the coffee stands while in uniform. There is video of him hugging and kissing the bikini baristas on duty. Police claimed the coffee huts “essentially operate as drive-through strip clubs or brothels.”

The investigation continues, with officials looking into possible money laundering and organized crime violations.

Charges like that would also be right out of the Frank Colacurcio racketeering playbook. Which brings up one final thing Frank, as a strip club mentor, could tell Panico about: going to jail. Seven felonies, one reversed. He was an expert.

YUN TAE HYONG, MONEY LAUNDERER FOR DPRK + BANK PRESIDENT, DEFECTS TO RUSSIA

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http://thediplomat.com/2014/08/kim-jong-uns-money-manager-defects-to-russia/

According to reports coming out of South Korea’s JoongAng Ilbo based on an anonymous source, a senior North Korean financier, known to manage money for leader Kim Jong-Un, defected to Russia, taking over $5 million in assets with him. The banker, Yun Tae-Hyong, is seeking asylum in a third country, according to Reuters.

Yun was a senior banker at North Korea’s Korea Daesong Bank. He allegedly is in the Russian Far East, the JoongAng Ilbo reports. “Yun officially worked as president of the bank,” JoongAngs source said, adding that “he was in charge of raising and managing slush funds for Kim in Northeast Russia.”

The North Korean government is allegedly seeking the cooperation of the Russian government in attempting to arrest and repatriate Yun, who would undoubtedly face a harsh fate in the hermit kingdom should Russia comply. Similarly, the South Korean government may offer asylum to Yun in exchange for what will likely be valuable information about the personal finances of the North Korean leader. South Korea generally gains valuable intelligence from high-profile North Korean defectors.

Should the information Yun possesses become public, it will lift the shroud of secrecy around the Kim family’s finances and global holdings. Additionally, Yun is highly valuable since he could also confirm the extent to which North Korea’s Korea Daesong Bank is involved in illegal activities worldwide, including money laundering. The bank was blacklisted in 2010 by the U.S. Department of the Treasury for “facilitating North Korea’s illicit financing projects.”

According to the U.S. Treasury Department, the Korea Daesong Bank operates under Office 39 of the Korean Workers’ Party, which is describes as “a secretive branch of the government of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea) that provides critical support to North Korean leadership in part through engaging in illicit economic activities and managing slush funds and generating revenues for the leadership.”

JoongAng cites other sources speculating that Yun’s flight from North Korea may have been prompted by the execution of Kim Jong-Un’s uncle and North Korea’s second-in-command Jang Song-Thaek last winter. For the moment, much of the information surrounding Yun’s defection remains apocryphal and unverified, as is the norm with North Korean defections.

High-profile defections have been extremely damaging to the North Korean regime. In October 2002, for example, Kyong Won-Ha, widely regarded as the “father” of North Korea’s nuclear program, left the country thanks to assistance from Spanish officials. Kyong took nuclear secrets with him.