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AFMA was stacked in order to conceal market manipulation, says Westpac's witness and the lawyers for US Hedge Fund owner Richard Dennis claim in Court that rigging the market is Racketeering. Ravelo also was involved in rigging the Settlement, but Dr Doh's witness tampering is art of the prosecution materials. Does Dr Doherty often pretend to understand things? Westpac trader Sophie Johnston denied she was known as 'the Perfumed steamroller' in her first appearance. Arsineh Houspian James Frost AFR Woodcut Share on twitter by James Frost Westpac's bank bill trader Sophie Johnston has admitted that she knew there were issues with the way the bank bill swap rate (BBSW) benchmark was set but did not accept it was a big deal or that banks were deliberately trying to exploit them. Ms Johnston said it was "kind of a standing issue" at AFMA meetings as to whether submitted bids for the BBSW were a true reflection of where the banks stood at the time. ASIC's legal counsel Mr Michael Borksy drew upon several pieces of correspondence from Ms Johnston to her Westpac colleagues and AFMA bringing attention to issues with the bids being submitted by the participants. Ms Johnston rejected the idea that she was aware of the impact of her own trading could have on the rate however and said issues with the accuracy of the BBSW benchmark were unlikely to have been malicious. "It could have been a possibility that some bids were submitted late ... some banks who didn't trade in them so much, for example," she said. In one email she provides AFMA with data that shows the bank bids were not being submitted in accordance with AFMA guidelines and says it was something she was just compiling for herself as she was interested in the volatility of the BBSW. During the questioning ASIC's legal counsel revealed that a Commonwealth Bank trader known as the Powerful Owl was Mark Hulme. Mr Hulme was part of AFMA's benchmarks committee alongside Westpac's Mr Colin Roden. Much of the morning session was concerned with the ways the bank could offset its interest rate risk and whether the bank's claim that it's trading of bank bills was the most effective way of mitigating this risk. When asked about details about how the bank's rate set exposure was arrived at Ms Johnston said it was a practise established before her time. "It was a macro that did those calculations ... it was something that happened before I came onto the STIR desk" Ms Johnston said. ASIC alleges that Westpac employees Sophie Johnston and Colin 'The Rat' Roden traded bank bills during the short rate set window in order to manipulate the rate to the benefit of the bank on 16 different occasions between April 6 2010 and June 6 2012. ANZ and NAB faced similar charges but settled with ASIC before the trial opting to pay the regulator $50 million and make a series of lesser admissions. Ms Johnston made her first appearance before Justice Beach on Monday in a short session that touched on Ms Johnston's nicknames including 'the Sophinator' and 'the Perfumed Steamroller'. Legal counsel for ASIC Michael Borsky argued 'the Perfumed Steamroller' was a reference to running over people in the bank bill market. Ms Johnston denied she was known by the name despite the court hearing a recording of her mentioning the name herself to a colleague.
Dear CBA Board I complained to the FBI and the American Whistleblower Scheme - https://www.scribd.com/document/324318762/Mytton-Watson-s-report-on-Michael-McGarvie-s-Legal-Services-Board-of-Victoria-Australia The US Government Prosecutors are currently extraditing the Commonwealth Bank's computer experts who worked under David Cohen and Ian Narve, namely Jon Waldron and Keith Hunter for accepting international bribery from the Clinton's and Al Gore's computer expert Mr Eric Pulier. The US Government also successfully prosecuted a drug ring that passed Reserve Bank material to Mastercard's lawyer Keila Ravelo as part of a case that conned American stores to sign Settlement Deeds for only $5.75 billion in damages rather than $200,000,000,000 in damages. Fiona Bennett's delegate Pakula in a Victorian Government Board claimed that her colleagues were personally liable if they leak, and they leaked to criminals and covert sting operations and to fellow Whistleblowers. I would like $1,000,000 in compensation from your board that Victorian Government Board that's chaired by a colleague, Bennett, of the Reserve Bank' credit card law reform committee Mr Wayne Byers. Spencer Murray has patiently waited on Michelle Landry MP to get him a mere $600,000 in compensation. Bennett's board leaked its intentions to spy on Whistleblowers in the US SEC's Program and spy on political campaigners and spy on our tv shows that wanted a Royal Commission which can go through APRA and her Howard Bowles and Michael McGarvie's use of their board to spy on the covert undercover operations on Keila Ravelo's drug ring and on Eric Pulier's meetings with covert undercover agents. As a US citizen in Singapore before moving to Australia, I'm disgusted that Michael McGarvie hunted for US citizens in the SEC Office of the Whistleblower like the Sgargetta Waldrons who banked with your Auckland Savings Bank and got a suspicious hush deed as Bennett's Board threatened to jail Elliot Sgargetta. Bennett's board's Howard Bowles ignored complaints from a Mr Glenn Jones to stop tipping off criminals, lent on people like Mr Elliot Sgargetta about his Americans in the US SEC Whistleblower Program, defamed people like Mr Jones, and misled the Victorian Counter terrorism Minister Robert Clark (file ENQ 2015 13099) while counter terrorism and moneylaundering agencies investigated the computer division on Cohen and Narev's bank. His entire board are accused in Parliament at the PJC Inquiry Submission 116 of perverting the course of US investigations, breaching witness tampering law "18 USC 1513" and passing information to the suspects. We're all very disgusted that a Victorian Board wanted to know about tv shows like 60 Minutes' stories on Mike Smith's bank and on the push by politicians to get a Royal Commission that might help US law enforcement to extradite more CBA Executives. Please pay a very reasonable $1,000,000 in compensation 7 days by bank cheque otherwise proceedings will be filed. Seasons Greetings Sidney Mytton-Watson Whistleblower. C/- 200 Beechboro Rd Nth Bayswater WA
Reuters global news, the New York Law Journal and New Jersey news confirm she pleaded guilty. Psychiatrists shouldn't spy on witnesses on the prosecution side of cases, should they? #U.S. November 21, 2017 / 7:47 AM / Updated 6 hours ago Antitrust lawyer admits to scheme to defraud New York law firms Nate Raymond 3 Min Read (Reuters) - An antitrust lawyer pleaded guilty on Monday to federal charges that she conspired with her husband to use two bogus vendors to defraud two New York law firms out of $7.8 million. Keila Ravelo, who prior to her 2014 arrest had been a partner at law firm Willkie Farr & Gallagher, pleaded guilty in federal court in Newark, New Jersey to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and tax evasion, prosecutors said. The Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey-resident’s husband, Melvin Feliz, pleaded guilty in 2015. Ravelo, 52, is scheduled to be sentenced on March 5, prosecutors said. Ravelo’s lawyers, Lawrence Lustberg and Steven Sadow, in a joint statement said that in pleading guilty, she accepted responsibility for failing to expose her husband’s fraud on the law firms and MasterCard Inc, which was also defrauded. “Instead, and under intense emotional pressure to keep silent, she wrongfully covered up his fraud, and by doing so, allowed it to continue,” her lawyers said. Prosecutors said Ravelo and Feliz set up two bogus vendors that from 2008 to 2014 billed the two New York law firms where she was a partner, Hunton & Williams and later Willkie, for litigation support services that were never performed. Many of the payments were authorized by Ravelo, who along with Feliz used the money for personal expenses and investments, including $250,000 in payments to a jewelry store, prosecutors said. Ultimately, the two law firms paid the vendors $7.8 million, prosecutors said. The law firms then in turn billed clients for the litigation support services, according to court papers. While undertaking an internal investigation following her arrest, Willkie discovered communications in Ravelo’s files with a plaintiffs lawyer, Gary Friedman, who was representing retailers in a class action lawsuit against American Express. Those communications revealed that Friedman had shared confidential information from the American Express case with Ravelo, who was one of MasterCard’s defense lawyers in a related class action. U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis in Brooklyn in 2015 said Friedman’s conduct “fatally tainted the settlement process.” Garaufis as a result rejected a settlement that would have allowed merchants to impose a surcharge on American Express users and allowed Friedman’s law firm and two others to receive $75 million in fees. MasterCard and Visa had at the time negotiated a $7.25 billion settlement with retailers that accused the card networks of improperly fixing credit and debit card fees. A U.S. appeals court tossed the deal in 2016. The litigation remains pending. The case is U.S. v. Ravelo, U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey, No. 15-cr-00576. Reporting by Nate Raymond in Boston; Editing by Steve Orlofsky Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
The punce doesn't know a thing about PACs. Says 10 Eyewitness News at 5pm: "The US Department of Justice says an inquiry will be launched to investigate “alleged unlawful dealings related to the Clinton Foundation” and a uranium deal made during the Obama administration in 2010. In a House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions also said he would soon decide whether to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton’s alleged mishandling of classified materials when she served as Secretary of State. However, Mr Sessions stopped short of confirming the Department was considering appointing a special counsel to investigate the uranium deal, which is linked to the Clinton Foundation and a Russian state-owned company called Rosatum. In 2010, Secretary of State Clinton approved a deal which saw Rosatum acquire a controlling share of Uranium One. At the time, Uranium One had operating mines in Wyoming which held about 20 percent of uranium supplies in the US. It’s alleged that the Obama administration only approved the deal after a US$145million donation was given to the Clinton’s charitable foundation. Mr Sessions said he would review the requests for a prosecutor “fairly and expeditiously.” “You can be sure that they will be done without political influence and they will be done correctly and properly,” he said. The announcement from the Attorney General comes after President Donald Trump’s interview last week, where he said he was “sad” and “frustrated” that he was unable to be involved with the Justice Department or the FBI. President Trump insisted the allegations levelled at the Clinton Foundation be investigated as early as last year’s presidential election, and has repeatedly criticised Mr Sessions and expressed his ‘disappointment’ in the Justice Department. However, many American politicians have criticised the President for being too involved with law enforcement and the justice department. US Congressman Adam Schiff tweeted, “If the AG bends to pressure from President Trump and his allies, and appoints a special counsel to investigate Trump’s vanquished rival, it could spell the end of the DOJ as an independent institution.” At the committee meeting yesterday, Mr Sessions said he has “not been and would not be” improperly influenced by the President. “The Department of Justice can never be used to retaliate politically against opponents… that would be wrong,” Mr Sessions said."
Well Parliament decided they were so bad the insurance and banking ombudsman needs the flick and half the Parliament wants a royal commission to go through insurers. His ignorance and his hubris makes one think he should be assessed by criminologists. Says Google: FOS to be abolished and replaced by AFCA Barry.Nilsson. Lawyers Barry.Nilsson. Lawyers logo Australia May 11 2017 From 1 July 2018, the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) will replace the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS). FOS will remain in existence after that date only to determine existing claims that were before FOS prior to that date. AFCA will be a “Super FOS”, consolidating the FOS, the Credit & Investments Ombudsman (CIO) and the Superannuation Complaints Tribunal (SCT) into a single industry ombudsman scheme, with the object of “reducing consumer confusion and the unnecessary duplication of costs that are a feature of the current multi-scheme framework”. This “one-stop shop” was announced as a measure in the 2017-2018 Federal Budget, adopting the recommendation of the May 2017 Review of the Financial System External Dispute Resolution and Complaints Framework (Ramsay Review). The old FOS will be the dominant component of the new body, as FOS claims accounted for more than 80 per cent of the 41,223 financial disputes made to the three bodies in the 2016 financial year. Significantly, procedure in superannuation complaints will have less formality and technicality than the current Tribunal model of the SCT. Increased jurisdiction The new authority will be able to award compensation of up to $500,000 for consumer disputes, $1 million for small business disputes and have unlimited jurisdiction for disputes relating to guarantees and superannuation. At both FOS and CIO, the current value of the claim under dispute must not exceed $500,000, and a $309,000 compensation cap typically applies. The SCT currently has unlimited monetary jurisdiction. Otherwise unchanged model While all of the detail surrounding AFCA is not yet available, it seems that just like the current FOS model, AFCA will: continue to deal with the insurance disputes that can be brought before FOS; continue to be free of charge to consumers and small businesses, with a minimum of formality and technicality to the proceedings; remain industry-funded; be governed by an independent board, with an independent chair and equal numbers of directors with industry and consumer backgrounds; require all Australian Financial Services Licensees, including superannuation funds, to be members of AFCA, with decisions binding on all firms; and provide no avenue for appeal of AFCA decisions (other than for the very limited scenario of a decision being made to which no reasonable tribunal could properly come on the evidence). For insurers, it seems unlikely that the incorporation of FOS into the AFCA will have any significant impact on their experience in what is typically viewed as a fairly “pro-insured” forum." Would someone kindly refer Dr Doherty to a royal commission into the insurance industry, please.
His 'report' was assessed by experts in assessing intentions, like the US Federal Agents in the arrests of crime syndicate run bogus litigation service companies. He disagrees with Professor Roy Simon, Constantine Cannon Lawyers, Judges, confessions, and this guilty plea deal too. Court Docs Signal Plea Deal for Ex-Willkie Partner Keila Ravelo According to court records Monday, a plea agreement hearing is set for Nov. 20 in Newark. By Christine Simmons | October 31, 2017 Keila Ravelo Keila Ravelo With her criminal trial originally scheduled to start in just two weeks, former Willkie Farr & Gallagher partner Keila Ravelo appears to have agreed to a plea deal with federal prosecutors, who have accused her of multiple felony charges in an alleged scheme to defraud her former law firms. According to court records Monday, a plea agreement hearing is set for Nov. 20 in Newark before Judge Kevin McNulty of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey. The latest docket includes no mention of a trial that had previously been scheduled to begin Nov. 13, said William Skaggs, a spokesman for U.S. Attorneys’ Office in New Jersey. Ravelo’s attorney, Steven Sadow, special counsel at Schulten Ward Turner & Weiss, said he is “not in a position to comment at this time” on whether his client has agreed to plead guilty to any charges. Skaggs also declined to comment. Throughout her case, Ravelo, who was first arrested alongside her now-estranged husband, Melvin Feliz, in December 2014, has denied wrongdoing and has blamed Feliz. Her attorney, Sadow, has said Feliz he took advantage of her. New Jersey federal prosecutors alleged the two used bogus litigation vendor companies to obtain more than $7.8 million from Willkie and Hunton & Williams, where she previously practiced. Prosecutors said the couple funneled the majority of the funds into a joint bank account, using the money for personal expenses and investments. Ravelo is further accused of failing to report the earnings on her tax returns. Ravelo has been charged with nine felony counts, including one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, four counts of wire fraud and four counts of tax evasion. The maximum potential sentence for the conspiracy charge and each count of wire fraud is 20 years in prison, while the tax evasion charges each carry a maximum sentence of five years in prison. In August 2015, Feliz admitted to his role in the scheme, pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of tax evasion. He is awaiting sentencing on the charges and a separate drug charge. Before she was arrested, Ravelo was representing MasterCard as a defendant in long-running antitrust litigation in the Eastern District of New York. After her arrest in late 2014, Willkie conducted an internal review and uncovered behind-the-scenes communications between Ravelo and plaintiffs attorney Gary B. Friedman that ultimately led a federal judge to reject a settlement in similar antitrust litigation against American Express. The judge said Friedman improperly sent Ravelo confidential information and attorney work product. In Ravelo’s criminal case, her attorney in the past year has been seeking documents from law firms in the credit card litigation and documents from Friedman, a potential witness at her trial. Friedman was initially called a “possible co-conspirator” by investigators, according to court documents, but Friedman has said that he “was used” and not a suspect. He said he sent documents to Ravelo that she or somebody working for her “doctored” to make it appear as if they were produced by a vendor. In an interview Tuesday, Friedman said he was last in touch with the prosecution in Ravelo’s case in early September and had no personal knowledge of a plea deal. He said the last conversation he had with Ravelo was about two and a half years ago, when he told her to “plead today” and “these deals don’t get better over time.” “It’s a long dance for a lot of people,” he said. “At some point, you come to accept the reality of the situation and try to get the best deal available.” Meanwhile, Friedman, whose legal career was upended after his communications with Ravelo came to light, is working on what he has called a “deeply personal memoir” related to the drama that will be out in 2018.
He should compare my report to the US SEC against the charges on the Commonwealth Bank by the FBI SEC IRS and US Major Fraud Police against the Clinton's I.T expert and people under the bank's David Cohen and Ian Narev. I think he spied on the investigations and carried out leaked plans by Fiona Bennett's board to lean on possible witnesses. Is it ethical for psychiatrists to do that? Jesus is coming. Sidney Mytton-Watson, C- SEC Office of the Whistleblower tel: 1 + 202 51 6311. https://www.scribd.com/document/362274181/Indictment-of-Clinton-s-expert-Eric-Pulier-and-the-Commonwealth-Bank-Auckland-Savings-Bank-s-Jon-Waldron-Gov-uscourts-cacd-690416-1-0
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