New PDF release: Brutal Takeover: The story behind the seizure of the global

By Robert Brame

a world empire of economic companies businesses. Billions of bucks in resources and deposits. The rate reductions and livelihoods of tens of millions of consumers and staff in international locations around the world - long past within the blink of an eye.

Recognizing a "billion-dollar opportunity", in early 2009 a bunch of Texas legal professionals hatched probably the most diabolical con jobs in U.S. historical past. utilising a "legal technique" provided to them via financially-desperate monetary advisors, this old 'grand robbery' started with the U.S. Marshal's dramatic seizure of the Stanford monetary staff places of work in Houston, Texas.
The 'breaking information' tale broadcast survive CNN...billionaire financier Robert Allen Stanford, accused of working an immense fraud from his offshore, Stanford overseas financial institution, and during his U. S. established broker-dealer, Stanford workforce corporation - a multi-billion buck "Ponzi scheme".

It was once all a Texas-sized lie.

With real trial transcripts and different documentation, Brutal Takeover exposes the true Stanford tale - how and not using a unmarried buyer loss or criticism, and with none valid authority, legal professionals on the U.S. Securities and trade fee and the U.S. division of Justice joined forces to fabricate and prosecute an imaginary case of "securities fraud". A headline-grabbing case that will serve to salvage the Madoff-damaged careers on the SEC, enable hundreds of thousands of Texas attorneys in inner most perform to siphon billions from the Stanford resources, be supported via the admittedly "selective and incomplete" findings and "Declarations" of a unmarried accountant with an unlicensed CPA enterprise, and...immediately raise an no doubt corrupt DOJ prosecutor (Gregg Costa) to a pass judgement on within the 5th Circuit court docket of Appeals.

On March 6, 2012, after an severe propagandizing crusade vilifying him as a "Ponzi schemer", a failed try on his lifestyles, and maybe the main outrageously corrupt trial in sleek U.S. background, Robert Allen Stanford was once convicted of this totally synthetic fraud and sentenced through a federal pass judgement on to a impressive a hundred and ten years in legal. just like the jurors who sat via his trial and have been (strategically) swayed by way of the images of his yacht, inner most planes and sprawling Caribbean property, for the prior seven years Stanford's U.S. and foreign consumers had believed strongly within the government's allegations opposed to him. yet no longer anymore.

Written contained in the greatest safeguard legal the place Stanford has been held for the reason that his conviction, Brutal Takeover unearths a deception of epic percentage - an surprising conspiracy to snatch his worldwide businesses and resources, and use his sensationalized arrest to redeem the reputations broken by means of the Madoff scandal...and make all of it appear like righteous, American justice.

"A really awesome tale written in a frank, complete and totally soaking up type, with such a lot of layers and encompassing monumentally epic issues. A plethora of key questions raised in a pertinent and very hard-
hitting fashion." - British Broadcasting corporation (BBC)

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