Daily Archives: May 25, 2018, 7:52 am

Microcap Company CEO Convicted Of Securities Fraud For Falsely Claiming Millions In Revenue From Contracts With Foreign Countries | USAO-NJ | Department of Justice

The chief executive officer of a publicly traded microcap company was convicted at trial for orchestrating a multi-million securities fraud scheme using false reports with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced today. Cary Lee Peterson, 38, of Phoenix, Arizona, was found guilty of all three counts of an indictment charging him with two counts of…

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Former Armenian Ambassador and a Russian National Charged in Foreign Bribery and Money Laundering Scheme | OPA | Department of Justice

Two employees of an international engineering consulting firm were charged in a superseding indictment filed today for their alleged participation in a scheme to launder bribe payments to foreign government officials for the benefit of a Columbus, Ohio-based subsidiary of Rolls-Royce plc, to secure a contract to supply equipment and services to power a gas pipeline from Kazakhstan to China.…

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Jennifer Aniston? Prince Charles? Why the Crypto-Enforcement Onslaught by U.S. State Regulators Has Only Just Begun | LinkedIn

While admittedly outrageous and almost laughable, the Wind Wide Coin case conveys far more than a message about the perils of identity theft and cryptocurrency fraud. Wind Wide Coin, and a slew of other prosecutions and enforcement actions brought by Texas and other U.S. states, have put crypto-promotors on notice: Move over SEC, FinCEN, CFTC, IRS, FTC and the rest…

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