SEC has violated the 4th and 5th Amendments, acts above the law, and acted in Retribution  against my protected  1st Amendment Expressions  
SEC v. Small Business Capital Corp.
In June of 2012 SEC initiated a civil lawsuit against me.  Two and one half years later I was arrested under a criminal indictment.  I guess this arrest should not be a surprise to me.  After all, SEC does not like that I have exposed substantial corruption on their part.  This includes:

1.  I proved that SEC CPAs provided sham financial illustrations in a hidden lawsuit complaint,.  SEC used these sham financial illustrations of its own CPAs making  as the basis to seize my assets and income, along with 300 investors in my funds.  The sham financial illustrations produced by SEC's CPAs
 overstated distributions of my investment funds by an enormous 54% for its "audit" period of 2010 and 2011.  On the basis of SEC's sham financials, SEC stated in its hidden lawsuit that the funds needed "new member capital" for their distributions.

2.  I showed that SEC's hidden complaint was replete with invalid and grossly misleading financial illustrations.    SEC
admits this in its own pleadings.

3.  I showed that SEC's Enforcement Division ridiculously 
states they made their mistakes in the sealed pleadings only "in good faith".  Here is the actual job description of the Enforcement Division CPA who created these invalid financial illustrations.  He (Roger Boudreau) made $1,000,000+ in salary over the past five years.  After reading his job description, ask yourself if this government CPA could ever "accidentally" and only "in good faith" add distributions to investments and overstate distributions by an enormous 54%.  SEC's allegation in its sealed and hidden complaint that we needed capital from new members for our distributions (the classic sign of a Ponzi scheme)  was very well supported - by their own false financial illustrations, however.

4.  I showed that SEC falsely described their requested receiver as a licensed CPA.   SEC provided the court with a "we believe" defense. 

5.  I showed that
SEC did not tell the court they misrepresented the receiver's licensing in another prior SEC lawsuit before my lawsuit.  That receiver, Thomas A. Seaman  has made almost $5,000,000 in that lawsuit so far, and almost $2,000,000 so far in this lawsuit

6.  I showed that SEC then subsequently falsely described the receiver to the California State Bar as a "licensed CFA" in responding to a complaint on this matter, even though there is no such licensing in the United States. 

Who is watching the SEC watchdog?  You are failing, whoever you are.

7.  I showed that SEC's receiver falsely represented
himself as a CPA within a tombstone advertisement before his first of many government lawsuits.  SEC knew this.  Maybe that's why SEC requested the Court waive his bonding requirements

8.  I showed that the receiver committed perjury.   In his court pleadings the receiver falsely states that he has never advertised himself as a CPA.  

9.  I embarrassed SEC by pointing out to the court that the United States GAO has advised Congress that it recommends SEC not ask for repeated employment of the same receiver.  

10.  SEC is irate that on my suggestion, i
nvestors have written the court repeatedly about their belief in fraud or gross misconduct of SEC and provided sworn declarations about the same SEC tried to sanction me for communicating with investors, and also claimed to the court that I was witness tampering with my own wife.  Their attorneys are callous and low-handed.  One of their lead attorneys put the obituary of my wife's recently deceased father into exhibits of their court papers when trying to depose her.

A pro se (without legal counsel) never even makes it to a jury trial against SEC.  I have found no exceptions to this.

   
Part I 
    Part II

11.  SEC is further irate with me because in 2014 I filed a claim under the Federal Tort Complaint Act against SEC for $1,000,000 for myself and my company, and another for $15,500,000 on behalf of fund investors.  I encouraged investors to do the same; scores have.  

12.  SEC and the receiver, and the receiver's attorneys, are irate because I have requested permission from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to sue the federal equity receiver, Thomas A. Seaman, and his attorneys, and SEC, under California Civil Code 1710 for Fraud of Deceit and Concealment as to the false licensing representations and concealments of SEC and Seaman. 

My FBI arrest was by way of yet another sealed court proceeding, brought about by federal agency submissions to a grand jury which rely upon information from SEC.  SEC should not have been afforded any iota of credibility with a grand jury, who would have no awareness of the above issues, because SEC would never disclose these.  Nor would other agencies work against the interests of other federal agencies, even one like SEC who has clearly acted beyond constitutional bounds time and time over.

Now I personally understand the meaning of the "domestic" part of that phrase "To Defend Against All Enemies, Foreign and Domestic". 

SEC has lied, and it has concealed substantial material information.  SEC's receiver request has lied, and he has concealed substantial material information.  What is wrong in this country today?  Do you really need to plan on relocating to Russia if you have the courage to speak out against government sham financial illustrations in a hidden lawsuit complaint that led to a seizure based on false pretense?







 

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