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Old 06-04-2010, 12:30 PM   #1
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Its the largest fraud case in world history. Between June of 2004 and October of 2005, over 2 trillion dollars worth of fake CMKM Diamonds Inc. shares were sold to the public. The companys shareholders are now suing the S.E.C for 3.87 trillion dollars. Tim Barello from the Manhattan Headlines Examiner joins Alyona from New York to tell you more.

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Its the largest fraud case in world history. Between June of 2004 and October of 2005, over 2 trillion dollars worth of fake CMKM Diamonds Inc. shares were sold to the public. The companys shareholders are now suing the S.E.C for 3.87 trillion dollars. Tim Barello from the Manhattan Headlines Examiner joins Alyona from New York to tell you more.
The New World Order has it in Swiss Accounts and I don't think the Bilderberg Group or the Illuminati will ever give the cash up. Now if the SEC does foot the bill through American Tax payer dollars then guess what it goes straight to the New World Order and its another step towards ruining America's sovereignty.
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When you add this to the silver and gold trading debacle with JP Morgan then it begins to touch on just how insane this whole thing is.
I'm ramping up my own predictions for economic disaster considering whats coming out now...they'll no doubt push things into high gear after the bilderberg meeting in Spain soon. I think we're looking at WW3 this year now.
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When you add this to the silver and gold trading debacle with JP Morgan then it begins to touch on just how insane this whole thing is.
I'm ramping up my own predictions for economic disaster considering whats coming out now...they'll no doubt push things into high gear after the bilderberg meeting in Spain soon. I think we're looking at WW3 this year now.
yep, I thought the lid would be keep on until around 2015, then straight into the one world currency but I don't see that possible for another 5 yrs.
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When you add this to the silver and gold trading debacle with JP Morgan then it begins to touch on just how insane this whole thing is.
I'm ramping up my own predictions for economic disaster considering whats coming out now...they'll no doubt push things into high gear after the bilderberg meeting in Spain soon. I think we're looking at WW3 this year now.

you mean this?

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Yep thats the one.
There's too much happening at once now, it's just madness.
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video: CNN Ireport video on CMKX $3.87 trillion lawsuit:

http://www.ireport.com/docs/DOC-414387
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http://www.nypost.com/p/news/busines...MK7mb1uJeVHb0O

Metal$ are in the pits
By MICHAEL GRAY

April 11, 2010

There is no silver lining to the activities of JPMorgan Chase and HSBC in the precious-metals market here and in London, says a 40-year veteran of the metal pits.

The banks, which do the Federal Reserve's bidding in the metals markets, have long been the government's lead actors in keeping down the prices of gold and silver, according to a former Goldman Sachs trader working at the London Bullion Market Association.

Maguire was scheduled to testify last week before the Commodities Futures Trade Commission, which is looking into the activities of large banks in the metals market, but was knocked off the list at the last moment. So, he went public.

Maguire -- in an exclusive interview with The Post -- explained JPMorgan's role in the metals pits in both London and here, and how they can generate a profit either way the market moves.

"JPMorgan acts as an agent for the Federal Reserve; they act to halt the rise of gold and silver against the US dollar. JPMorgan is insulated from potential losses [on their short positions] by the Fed and/or the US taxpayer," Maguire said.

In the gold pits, Maguire sees HSBC betting against the precious metal's price without having any skin in the game in the form of a naked short.

"HSBC conducts an ongoing manipulative concentrated naked short position in gold. Silver is much easier to manipulate due to its much smaller [market] size," Maguire added.

"No one at JPMorgan is familiar with Andrew Maguire," said Brian Marchiony, a company spokesman. HSBC declined to comment.

Also during the CFTC hearing, Jeff Christian, founder of the commodities firm CPM Group, said that the LBMA, the physical delivery market for gold and silver in the UK, has been using leverage, which is another way to depress the price of gold and silver.

Christian said that the LBMA -- the same market Maguire trades in -- has leverage of about 100-1 on the gold bars settled on the exchange. In layman's terms, that means if 100 clients requested their bullion bars be delivered, the exchange could only give one client the precious metal.

The remaining requests would have to be settled for cash equivalent. "That is tantamount to a default on the trade," says Bill Murphy, chairman of the Gold Antitrust Action committee.

Maguire goes further and calls it a fraud: "If you sell something you do not own, then that is fraud."

Back in 2007, Morgan Stanley agreed to settle a $4.4-million lawsuit brought by precious-metal clients, who alleged that Morgan offered to buy gold and silver and store it for the investors, but never purchased any metal and still charged them storage fees.

Morgan Stanley denied the charges at the time, but "settled the case to avoid the cost and distractions of continued litigation," the firm said.

Despite gold's rise each of the last 10 years, Murphy believes the price of gold today would be closer to $2,300 an ounce if the price just moved with inflation.

Maguire believes the price should be even higher given the fear trade that would have sent prices spiking during the financial crisis in 2008-09.

Both precious metals have seen a recent spike since Maguire's e-mails became public. Gold has gained 6.5 percent to close at $1,161.55, while silver has spiked 10 percent to $18.38.

According to the e-mails Maguire sent to CFTC regulators, he was spot-on in his expectations of how the precious metals would trade on release of the January jobs report.

This message is to "confirm that the silver manipulation was a great success and played out exactly to plan as predicted yesterday. How would this be possible if the silver market was not in the full control of the parties we discussed in our phone interview," Maguire wrote to a staff investigator after the trading day.

CFTC commissioner Bart Chilton said, "I'm appreciative of the information Mr. Maguire provided and I'm glad it was introduced into the investigation."

High, low silver

The prices of gold and silver have been allegedly suppressed by JPMorgan Chase and HSBC, according to a London whistleblower.

Andrew Maguire, who laid out the banks’ plan in e-mails to the CFTC prior to trading on the Comex on Feb. 5.

1.) From: Andrew Maguire

To: Ramirez, Eliud [CFTC]

Cc: BChilton [CFTC]

Sent: Wednesday, February 03, 2010 3:18 PM

Subject: Re: Silver today

Thought it may be helpful to your investigation if I gave you the heads up for a manipulative event signaled for Friday, 5th Feb. Scenario 1. The news is bad (employment is worse). This will have a bullish effect on gold and silver as the US dollar weakens and the precious metals draw bids, spiking them higher. This will be sold into within a very short time (1-5 mins) with thousands of new short contracts being added.

Scenario 2. The news is good (employment is better than expected). This will result in a massive short position being instigated almost immediately with no move up. This will not initially be liquidation of long positions but will result in stops being triggered, again targeting key support levels. Kind regards,

2.) From: Andrew Maguire

To: Ramirez, Eliud [CFTC]

Cc: BChilton [CFTC]; GGensler [CFTC]

Sent: Friday, February 05, 2010 3:37 PM

Subject: Fw: Silver today A final e-mail to confirm that the silver manipulation was a great success and played out EXACTLY to plan as predicted yesterday. How would this be possible if the silver market was not in the full control of the parties we discussed in our phone interview? Kind regards, Andrew T. Maguire

From: Ramirez, Eliud

To: Andrew Maguire

Sent: Tuesday, February 09, 2010 1:29 PM

Subject: RE: Silver today Good afternoon, Mr. Maguire, I have received and reviewed your email communications. Thank you so very much for your observations.
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Its the largest fraud case in world history. Between June of 2004 and October of 2005, over 2 trillion dollars worth of fake CMKM Diamonds Inc. shares were sold to the public. The companys shareholders are now suing the S.E.C for 3.87 trillion dollars. Tim Barello from the Manhattan Headlines Examiner joins Alyona from New York to tell you more.
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Alyona follows up with one of our most viewed and asked about stories, CMKM Diamonds. She chats with CMKM shareholder Dave Nelson about the struggles that the shareholders have faced over the past few years.

Suit names head of the SEC Mary Schapiro as defendant

more background on the largest lawsuit in history, CMKM diamonds vs. employees of the SEC to recover billions held in Trust by SEC (trust was accrued from naked short sting using CMKX and its shareholders as bait)
Rumors of an imminent out-of-court settlement have CMKX shareholders
waiting anxiously for any news.

Defendants:

CHRISTOPHER COX, an individual;
MARY L. SCHAPIRO, an individual;
CYNTHIA A. GLASSMAN, an individual;
PAUL S. ATKINS, an individual;
ROEL C. CAMPOS, an individual;
ANNETTE L. NAZARETH, an individual;
TROY A. PAREDES, an individual;
LUIS A. AGUILAR, an individual;
ELISSE B. WALTER,

Update by Al Hodges
CMKX Litigation Update

This office represents seven of CMKXs larger shareholders who collectively hold more than 3.5 Billion shares. We have prepared a Bivens based class action lawsuit seeking release of all the funds that have been collected for the benefit of CMKX shareholders, or for damages in an amount in excess of $3,780,000,000,000.

This suit alleges that the SEC commissioners have violated the Fifth Amendment Constitutional property rights of the shareholders by withholding consent to the release of such funds, for years, which amounts to a taking without due process of law.

PHOTOCOPY OF COMPLAINT

http://viewer.zoho.com/docs/paKdda

INITIAL ORDER FOLLOWING FILING OF COMPLAINT ASSIGNED
TO JUDGE SELNA

http://convert.neevi.../prods/26b15...

Attorneys for Plaintiffs ( representing cmkx shareholders): Hodges and associates:

A. CLIFTON HODGES, State Bar No. 046803
HODGES AND ASSOCIATES
4 East Holly Street, Suite 202
Pasadena, California 91103
Telephone: (626) 564-9797 Facsimile: (626) 564-9111

By Hodges #5 During the period of June 1, 2004 through October 28, 2005 a total of 2.25 Trillion phantom shares of CMKM Diamonds Inc, was sold into the public market through legitimate brokers, illegitimate brokers and dealers, market makers, hedge funds, ex-clearing transactions and private transactions. The sales of the majority of such shares were at all times known to the Securities and Exchange Commission, including Defendants herein.

By Hodges #6 At some date prior to June 1, 2004 the Securities and Exchange Commission in concert with the Department of Justice of the United States, together combined with Robert A. Maheu and others to utilize CMKM Diamonds, Inc. for the purpose of trapping a number of widely disbursed entities and persons who were believed to be engaged in naked short selling of CMKM Diamonds Inc. stock and cellar boxing the company.

By Hodges #7 The Securities and Exchange Commission and the Department of Justice, with assistance from the Department of Homeland Security, believed and developed evidence that said short sellers were utilizing their activities to illegally launder moneys, wrongfully export moneys, avoid payment of taxes, and to support foreign terrorist operations.

By Hodges #8 To fulfill the plan to criminally trap such wrongdoers, the Securities and Exchange Commission, with assistance from the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security Assisted in and approved the retention of Roger Glenn, an ex-SEC trial attorney and drafter of Sarbanes-Oxley, to join CMKM Diamonds Inc. for the purpose of verifying claims value, increasing authorized shares of stock to 800,000,000,000, and supervising from the inside of the company;

By Hodges #10 Consented to, facilitated, and supported the conferences between Robert A. Maheu and his associate/assistant Royal Canadian Mounted Police Inspector William Majcher on the one hand, and the wrongdoing short sellers on the other, all for the purpose of settling the potential liability of said wrongdoers with consent of the U. S. Government and a representation of no criminal prosecution for such illegal sales;
By Hodges #12 During the period from November, 2004 through April, 2005, CMKM Diamonds, Inc. negotiated the sale of some of its Saskatchewan, Canada mineral claims to three Chinese domiciled corporations with the advice and consent, inter alia, of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Proceeds from the consummation of such sales were placed into a frozen trust for disbursal at a later time.

By Hodges #13 During the period from March, 2004 through August, 2006, on behalf of CMKM Diamonds, Inc. Robert A.. Maheu, with assistance from Royal Canadian Mounted Police Inspector William Majcher, negotiated a settlement with the illegitimate brokers, dealers, market makers, hedge funds, and other persons and entities that had engaged in naked short selling of CMKM Diamonds Inc. stock and cellar boxing the company.

Defendants:

CHRISTOPHER COX, an individual;
MARY L. SCHAPIRO, an individual;
CYNTHIA A. GLASSMAN, an individual;
PAUL S. ATKINS, an individual;
ROEL C. CAMPOS, an individual;
ANNETTE L. NAZARETH, an individual;
TROY A. PAREDES, an individual;
LUIS A. AGUILAR, an individual;
ELISSE B. WALTER,

Update by Al Hodges
CMKX Litigation Update

This office represents seven of CMKXs larger shareholders who collectively hold more than 3.5 Billion shares. We have prepared a Bivens based class action lawsuit seeking release of all the funds that have been collected for the benefit of CMKX shareholders, or for damages in an amount in excess of $3,780,000,000,000.

This suit alleges that the SEC commissioners have violated the Fifth Amendment Constitutional property rights of the shareholders by withholding consent to the release of such funds, for years, which amounts to a taking without due process of law.

PHOTOCOPY OF COMPLAINT

http://viewer.zoho.com/docs/paKdda

INITIAL ORDER FOLLOWING FILING OF COMPLAINT ASSIGNED
TO JUDGE SELNA

http://convert.neevia.com/prods/26b15...

Attorneys for Plaintiffs ( representing cmkx shareholders): Hodges and associates:

A. CLIFTON HODGES, State Bar No. 046803
HODGES AND ASSOCIATES
4 East Holly Street, Suite 202
Pasadena, California 91103
Telephone: (626) 564-9797 Facsimile: (626) 564-9111

By Hodges #5 During the period of June 1, 2004 through October 28, 2005 a total of 2.25 Trillion phantom shares of CMKM Diamonds Inc, was sold into the public market through legitimate brokers, illegitimate brokers and dealers, market makers, hedge funds, ex-clearing transactions and private transactions. The sales of the majority of such shares were at all times known to the Securities and Exchange Commission, including Defendants herein.

By Hodges #6 At some date prior to June 1, 2004 the Securities and Exchange Commission in concert with the Department of Justice of the United States, together combined with Robert A. Maheu and others to utilize CMKM Diamonds, Inc. for the purpose of trapping a number of widely disbursed entities and persons who were believed to be engaged in naked short selling of CMKM Diamonds Inc. stock and cellar boxing the company.

By Hodges #7 The Securities and Exchange Commission and the Department of Justice, with assistance from the Department of Homeland Security, believed and developed evidence that said short sellers were utilizing their activities to illegally launder moneys, wrongfully export moneys, avoid payment of taxes, and to support foreign terrorist operations.

By Hodges #8 To fulfill the plan to criminally trap such wrongdoers, the Securities and Exchange Commission, with assistance from the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security Assisted in and approved the retention of Roger Glenn, an ex-SEC trial attorney and drafter of Sarbanes-Oxley, to join CMKM Diamonds Inc. for the purpose of verifying claims value, increasing authorized shares of stock to 800,000,000,000, and supervising from the inside of the company;

By Hodges #10 Consented to, facilitated, and supported the conferences between Robert A. Maheu and his associate/assistant Royal Canadian Mounted Police Inspector William Majcher on the one hand, and the wrongdoing short sellers on the other, all for the purpose of settling the potential liability of said wrongdoers with consent of the U. S. Government and a representation of no criminal prosecution for such illegal sales;
By Hodges #12 During the period from November, 2004 through April, 2005, CMKM Diamonds, Inc. negotiated the sale of some of its Saskatchewan, Canada mineral claims to three Chinese domiciled corporations with the advice and consent, inter alia, of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Proceeds from the consummation of such sales were placed into a frozen trust for disbursal at a later time.

By Hodges #13 During the period from March, 2004 through August, 2006, on behalf of CMKM Diamonds, Inc. Robert A.. Maheu, with assistance from Royal Canadian Mounted Police Inspector William Majcher, negotiated a settlement with the illegitimate brokers, dealers, market makers, hedge funds, and other persons and entities that had engaged in naked short selling of CMKM Diamonds Inc. stock and cellar boxing the company.

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As Goldman Sachs faces $1B+ SEC fraud charges, CMKM Diamonds
shareholder reveals penny stock shock

April 16, 4:03 PM
Manhattan Headlines Examiner

Tim Barello


"Our job is only to hold up the mirror: to tell and show the public what has happened.” – Walter ‘the most trusted man in America’ Cronkite (1916 – 2009)

More than a year ago, the world united in astonishment and disgust when it emerged that Bernie Madoff – heretofore considered one of the most powerful and respected men on Wall Street – was nothing more than a vile, polluted criminal. For several months, the media extensively scrutinized this scandal, and then, following Madoff’s sentencing to 150 years in prison last June, all the mainstream hype gradually died down.

Since then, however, a number of very serious red flags have been raised about the U.S. and global financial systems, which collectively suggest that Madoff’s worldwide crimes actually pale in comparison to others that continue today:

In July, former New York Governor Elliot Spitzer – once known as “the Sheriff of Wall Street” – told MSNBC’s Dylan Ratigan that the Federal Reserve itself is a “ponzi scheme”. Dylan has since said on the air, “In America, we are getting closer to fully exposing the greatest con and cover-up in the history of this country. It involves our banks, the Federal Reserve, our Congress, and of course, you and me.”
By August, The New York Post’s Page Six published an article – under the headline “Scandal Bigger Than Bernie” – in which Madoff whistleblower Harry Markopolos is reported to have said that there are other financial criminals who will make Madoff “look like-small time.”
Come October, two of Madoff’s victims filed suit against the Securities and Exchange Commission for “serial, gross negligence” vis-à-vis its failure to properly investigate “numerous detailed, credible complaints” against Madoff; the case also highlights Markopolos’ decade-long plight in getting the SEC to listen to him.
Just in time for the holidays, Antonio Maria Costa, head of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, reconfirmed a January 2009 report that, following the infamous Wall Street collapse several months prior, most “interbank loans were funded by money that originated from drug trade and other illegal activities.”
Several weeks ago, CNBC reported that Markopolos – whose new book is aptly-titled No One Would Listen – “was living under a ‘death sentence’ for ten years” as he tried to alert the SEC about Madoff. As the article winds down, it notes that within the book “Markopolos speaks candidly about the SEC and Wall Street turning a blind eye to the multibillion dollar scam Madoff was orchestrating right underneath their noses.”
Today, the SEC announced civil charges against Goldman Sachs for committing fraud that cost investors more than $1 billion by “making materially misleading statements and omissions in connection with a synthetic collateralized debt obligation (“CDO”) GS&Co structured and marketed to investors.”
In light of the aforementioned reports – and the U.S. government’s history of being, shall we say, economical with the truth – I believe it is sinfully imprudent to dismiss a $3.87 trillion dollar fraud lawsuit against SEC commissioners, current and past, simply because others maintain it is a fringe, loony, cultish concoction.

Although CMKM, a sub-penny stock, might not provide as much prime-time sensationalism as Goldman Sachs and its despicable, but hopefully soon departing CEO Lloyd Blankfein, this suit absolutely raises many mind-boggling allegations of official corruption. For this reason, We the People of the United States have a duty to investigate these claims. At the very least, this means the Plantiffs of this action have a right to try and make their case in a court of law. The rationale for such is elementary: the truth shall set us free.

For the tens of thousands of dismayed CMKM shareholders – who are often mocked with horrid contempt by dim-wits – this means that after years of rumors and confusion, they will finally ascertain some sort of closure. At this juncture, we cannot draw any assumptions as to the probable outcome of the Bivens class-action suit; the Rule of Law dictates that the defendants of that action have a right to respond in court.

Very likely, the SEC commissioners will move for dismissal; however, such motions may be rejected, and if so, the merits of this action will be thoroughly tested. Per legal procedures, to produce a successful outcome for injured parties, a preponderance of evidence will then need to be satisfactorily produced by the plaintiffs.

As of now, for insight on these unprecedented official fraud charges, interested members of the public have to rely upon the allegations brought forth in the complaint, and by individual shareholders like Dave Nelson that are willing to discuss their experiences.

On Tuesday, the 13th of April, Nelson joined RT’s The Alyona Show to speak about his recent difficulties; the follow up segment continues an examination of the CMKM saga, which Alyona Minkovski initially debuted (see below) in early April after her interview with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. The New York Times has since posted Minkovski’s popular clip with Assange on its website.
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International Business Times article on the CMKX sting:

“Government Sting Operation” Leaving CMKM Diamonds Shareholders Tired of Waiting for Reimbursement


http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/2010...mbursement.htm

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