Receiver Fraudulently Hides Manager's Equity Verification
SEC's Stacks Deck - Knowingly Uses False Formula and False Financial Illustrations In its Complaint - calls these "good faith errors"
SEC Allows Itself to Be Able to Call Any Business A Ponzi Scheme to Destroy Credibility and Seize Assets Under Seal
SEC Has No Guidelines for Receiver's Code of Conduct
SEC repeatedly, over and over again, places its interests above the public and Congress. See how SEC violates its commitments to Congress in how it recommends Receivers, and how SEC presents insincere commitments to the US General Accounting office.
SEC Senior Trial Counsel John Bulgozdy's False Statement about Thomas Seaman's Professional Licensing Credential made to none other than the California State Bar. Not only is Thomas Seaman NOT a "licensed CPA", as represented by SEC in their lawsuit, he is also NOT, as more recently falsely (and fraudulently) represented by SEC's attorneys a "licensed CFA", either. THERE IS NO SUCH DESIGNATION IN THE UNITED STATES, which Bulgozdy is well aware of. Contact the CFA institute or ask any CFA (except Thomas Seaman). The brazenness of SEC's attorney's, and their willingness to engage in fraudulent word plays (which they call "typos") makes a mockery of SEC attorneys, the Courts, and professional licensing authorities. SEC also takes the public for fools.
Just What Has SEC Done, and Not Done in its fraud, material omissions, and illusory?
SEC Puts an Ace In The Hole by Lying To Federal Court - Falsely Labels Recommended Federal Equity Receiver as a "licensed CPA" in Their Request for His Appointment; Receiver Fails to Notify Court (aka known as fraud of deceit, which is a crime) For Eight Months of His Appointment with False Licensing Credentials Provided by SEC
Want to make sure a Federal Equity Receiver will say anything on your behalf? Make sure he's made a millionaire by doing almost nothing but SEC lawsuit work on your behalf for the past few years.
SEC's Method of Enabling Itself to Use the Word Ponzi As a Decoy Word to Cover Its Frauds In an Unlawfully Based Seizure of Private Property - And SEC's Claiming that its own Freedom of Speech rights allow it to slander and cause prejudice against any person they choose.