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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

USDOJ: Russian-American Organized Crime Enterprise Operating International Sportsbook That Laundered More Than $100 Million

U.S. Attorney's Office
Southern District of New York
(212) 637-2600
April 30, 2014

Two Defendants Sentenced for Participating in Racketeering Conspiracy with Russian-American Organized Crime Enterprise Operating International Sportsbook That Laundered More Than $100 Million

Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that ANATOLY GOLUBCHIK was sentenced yesterday in Manhattan federal court to five years in prison, and VADIM TRINCHER was also sentenced today to five years in prison for participating in a racketeering conspiracy in connection with their roles as members of a Russian-American organized crime enterprise. GOLUBCHIK and TRINCHER were also each ordered to forfeit more than $20 million in cash, investments, and real property. They were charged in April 2013 along with 32 other alleged members and associates of two Russian-American organized crime enterprises in an indictment that included racketeering, money laundering, extortion, and various gambling offenses. GOLUBCHIK and TRINCHER were sentenced by U.S. District Judge Jesse M. Furman.
Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said: “The sentences meted out to Anatoly Golubchik and Vadim Trincher are just and appropriate penalties for the roles the defendants played in this far-reaching, Russian-American organized crime ring. I’d like to thank the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the New York City Police Department, and the Internal Revenue Service for their tireless efforts in working to ensure that the members of this underground enterprise were held to account for their crimes.”
According to the indictment, other documents filed in Manhattan federal court, and statements made at various proceedings in this case, including today’s sentencing:
The Taiwanchik-Trincher Organization (the “Organization”) was a criminal enterprise with strong ties to Russia and Ukraine. The enterprise operated a high-stakes, illegal sports gambling business out of New York City that catered primarily to Russian oligarchs living in Ukraine and Russia. GOLUBCHIK and TRINCHER were U.S.-based participants in the enterprise. GOLUBCHIK and TRINCHER booked sports bets that reached into the millions of dollars and laundered the proceeds of the Organization’s international sportsbook. Between 2006 and April 2012, the enterprise laundered approximately $100 million in proceeds from their gambling operation in Russia and Ukraine through shell companies and bank accounts in Cyprus; and of this $100 million, approximately $50 million was subsequently sent from Cyprus into the United States. Once the money had been transferred to the United States, it was either laundered through additional shell companies or invested in legitimate investments, such as hedge funds and real estate.
The Taiwanchik-Trincher Organization operated under the protection of Alimzhan Tokhtakhounov, who is known as a “Vor,” a term translated as “Thief-in-Law,” that refers to a member of a select group of high-level criminals from the former Soviet Union. Tokhtakhounov used his status as a Vor to resolve disputes with clients of the high-stakes illegal gambling operation with implicit and sometimes explicit threats of violence and economic harm. Between December 2011 and February 2013, Tokhtakhounov was paid at least approximately $12 million for his services by the Taiwanchik-Trincher Organization. Tokhtakhounov is also under indictment in the Southern District of New York for his alleged involvement in bribing officials at the 2002 Winter Olympics held in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tokhtakhounov is a fugitive and is still being sought.
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Twenty-eight defendants in this case have pled guilty and two have entered into deferred prosecution agreements. The defendants who have pled to date have agreed to forfeit, in total, more than $68 million. The following defendants have pled guilty, and have been sentenced or await sentencing:
  • Bryan Zuriff pled guilty to gambling charges on July 26, 2013, and was sentenced on November 25, 2013.
  • William Barbalat pled guilty to gambling charges on August 14, 2013, and was sentenced on December 16, 2013.
  • Kirill Rapoport pled guilty to gambling charges on August 16, 2013, and was sentenced on December 19, 2014.
  • Edwin Ting and Justin Smith pled guilty to gambling charges on September 4, 2013, and were sentenced on January 21, 2014, and January 6, 2014, respectively.
  • Dmitry Druzhinsky and David Aaron pled guilty to gambling charges on October 4, 2013, and were sentenced on April 18, 2014, and February 14, 2014, respectively.
  • Alexander Zaverukha pled guilty to gambling charges on October 10, 2013, and is scheduled to be sentenced on May 1, 2014.
  • Nicholas Hirsch pled guilty to conspiring to commit wire fraud on October 16, 2013, and was sentenced on February 25, 2014.
  • Anatoly Shteyngrob pled guilty to conspiring to commit money laundering on October 17, 2013, and is scheduled to be sentenced on June 10, 2014.
  • Yugeshwar Rajkumar pled guilty to gambling charges on October 18, 2013, and was sentenced on March 25, 2014.
  • Stan Greenberg pled guilty to conspiring to commit racketeering on October 22, 2013, and is scheduled to be sentenced on May 2, 2014.
  • Arthur Azen pled guilty to conspiring to commit money laundering and conspiring to collect extensions of credit by extortionate means on November 5, 2013, and was sentenced on April 9, 2014.
  • Hillel Nahmad pled guilty to gambling charges on November 12, 2013, and was sentenced on April 30, 2014.
  • Vadim Trincher pled guilty to conspiring to commit racketeering on November 14, 2013, and was sentenced on April 30, 2014.
  • Eugene Trincher pled guilty to gambling charges on November 14, 2013, and is scheduled to be sentenced on June 9, 2014.
  • Anatoly Golubchik pled guilty to conspiring to commit racketeering on November 15, 2013, and was sentenced on April 29, 2014.
  • Illya Trincher pled guilty to gambling charges on November 15, 2013, and is scheduled to be sentenced on May 8, 2014.
  • Ronald Uy pled guilty to structuring financial transactions on November 25, 2013, and was sentenced on March 27, 2014.
  • Moshe Oratz pled guilty to gambling charges on December 3, 2013, and was sentenced on April 9, 2014.
  • Michael Sall pled guilty to interstate travel in aid of an unlawful activity (illegal gambling) and Jonathan Hirsch pled guilty to gambling charges on December 4, 2013. Sall was sentenced on April 18, 2014, and Hirsch is scheduled to be sentenced on May 9, 2014.
  • Noah Siegel pled guilty to gambling charges on December 5, 2013, and was sentenced on April 10, 2014.
  • Molly Bloom pled guilty to gambling charges on December 12, 2013, and is scheduled to be sentenced on May 2, 2014.
  • Alexander Katchaloff pled guilty to gambling charges on January 16, 2014, and is scheduled to be sentenced on May 20, 2014.
  • Donald McCalmont, John Jarekci, a/k/a “John Hanson,” and Abraham Mosseri pled guilty to making a fraudulent tax statement, to failing to file a tax return, and causing a financial institution to participate in a lottery related matter, respectively, on January 24, 2014, and are scheduled to be sentenced on May 29, 2014, May 28, 2014, and May 21, 2014, respectively.
  • William Edler and Peter Feldman entered into deferred prosecution agreements on April 11, 2014.
Mr. Bharara praised the investigative work of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the New York City Police Department, and the Internal Revenue Service.
The case is being prosecuted by the Office’s Violent and Organized Crime Unit. Assistant U.S. Attorneys Harris M. Fischman, Joshua A. Naftalis, Peter J. Skinner, and Kristy J. Greenberg of the Violent and Organized Crime Unit are in charge of the prosecution. Assistant
U.S. Attorney Alexander Wilson of the Office’s Money Laundering and Asset Forfeiture Unit is responsible for the forfeiture aspects of the case.
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Monday, September 4, 2017

Obit: UC Berkeley chief legal counsel dead in hit-and-run near Guerneville

Westbound Highway 116 at Summer Crossing, west of Guerneville.
SONOMA COUNTY — A member of UC Berkeley’s legal team died Sunday after being hit by a car in a hit-and-run crash near Guerneville, authorities said.


The Sonoma County Coroner’s Office confirmed Monday that 59-year-old Christopher Patti, the campus’ chief legal counsel, died Sunday morning. He was stopped on his bike on the right shoulder of westbound Highway 116 around 8:45 a.m. when a BMW slid onto the shoulder and hit him, according to a statement by the California Highway Patrol.
“I speak for the Berkeley community in saying how grief-stricken we are at Chris Patti’s untimely death,” UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ said in a statement. “He was an extraordinary colleague. He loved the university, and he had a deep core of integrity that motivated everything he did. He was smart, he was compassionate. He was everything you wanted the counsel of the campus to be. We offer our sympathy to his family and his friends for this tragic loss.”


UC Berkeley's chief legal counsel, Christopher Patti, was killed in ahit-and-run accident Sunday. (Alain McLaughlin/Impact Fund)
UC Berkeley’s chief legal counsel, Christopher Patti, was killed in a hit-and-run accident Sunday. (Alain McLaughlin/Impact Fund) 

Patti joined the university in 2010. Before that, he worked for two decades in the general counsel’s office at UC’s Office of the President.
“Chris was a wonderful colleague and friend who cared about people and doing the right thing. He was an extraordinary lawyer to whom we all turned for advice and counsel. His loss is unfathomable,” Charles F. Robinson, general counsel and vice president of legal affairs with UC, said in a statement.
The CHP on Monday identified 28-year-old Jonathan Ritter, of Rio Nido/Monte Rio, as a person of interest. The driver of the vehicle that hit Patti continued west on Highway 116, then turned around and went back past the scene in the eastbound direction, the agency said.
Police want to find out if Ritter was driving the car.
Officer Jon Sloat told the Santa Rosa Press-Democrat that Patti was about 20 feet to the right of the highway, and that evidence at the scene indicates the vehicle drove fast and perhaps recklessly.
“He was well off the road,” Sloat told the Press-Democrat. “He should have been safe.”
Patti earned his bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College and his law degree from the University of Virginia. Before joining UC, he worked as a litigation associate in San Francisco. He is survived by a wife and two sons.
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Wednesday, August 30, 2017

The Unarmed Constituent - Don't tangle with Sgt. Rangel -

The Tragedy Trilogies of 

WalnutCreekMurders.com 


When witness Robert Smith was killed by a Clayton Police car right after Courtney Brown was killed in front of Crogans in late August 2016.

I was finished my three week music gig at Reddux Lounge (Closed) just the week before and I learned some of the bullets went past the bar.

Of course no one cares about Courtney Brown but the owner of NICA lounge came by one of other music locations stating that Mr. Brown was his friend.

Rob Frazier was a bouncer at LIFT lounge, and Tiki Toms where Kellie Reed worked.  She was killed in March 2014 on Ygnacio Valley Road.

You should have this sinking feeling something is going on.






 On October 31st, 2015 Robert Frazier came within one blow of ending my life on Sierra Drive in Walnut Creek CA.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

FBI says lack of public interest in Hillary Clinton emails justifies withholding documents

FBI says lack of public interest in Hillary Clinton emails justifies withholding documents

Hillary Clinton's case isn't interesting enough to the public to justify releasing the FBI's files on her, the bureau said this week in rejecting an open-records request by a lawyer seeking to have the former secretary of state punished for perjury. Ty Clevenger, the lawyer, has been trying to get Mrs. Clinton and her personal lawyers…

From: regentsoffice@ucop.edu and

Subject: G4S connections
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To: president@ucop.edu
Date Received: Friday, June 17, 2016 5:20 PM



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Subject: Thank you for your email
From: regentsoffice@ucop.edu
To: Pete Bennett (pete@petebennett.net)
Date Received: Thursday, December 3, 2015 12:09 AM



On behalf of The Regents of the University of California, thank you for your email. Your correspondence will be included, as appropriate, in the next summary of communications to the Regents.
Correspondence sent to the Board of Regents may be answered by staff in the Office of the Secretary and Chief of Staff to the Regents, in the Office of the President, or at the appropriate campus. The Office of the Secretary and Chief of Staff retains copies of all correspondence sent to the Regents; such correspondence is considered a matter of public record and, therefore, is potentially subject to disclosure under the California Public Records Act.
Correspondence addressing items on the agenda of the Board of Regents or its committees must be received by the Office of the Secretary and Chief of Staff no less than twenty-four (24) hours in advance of the beginning of the regular two-and-a-half day Board and committee meetings or any off-cycle or special meeting of the Board or its committees.   The email must clearly identify the agenda item being addressed. Each communication should include a subject line identifying the specific agenda item being addressed; failure to do so could prevent delivery of your comments. Such materials will be distributed to members of the Board, or its appropriate committee, prior to beginning of the Board or committee meeting.
We appreciate your interest in the University of California and for taking the time to write.
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Sunday, August 13, 2017

Major General Joseph Franklin

Major General Joseph Franklin


(USA, Retired, USMA 1955)

Born in 1933 in the small Appalachian town of Cumberland, Maryland, Franklin won a competitive appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1951 and graduated in 1955 with a a commission in the United States Army Corps of Engineers.
After preliminary military schooling, which included Parachute and Ranger qualification, Franklin was assigned to Karlsruhe, Germany where he served with Combat Engineering units until 1959. He was then sent to MIT to earn a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering and Nuclear Engineering. In 1961 Joseph Franklin was assigned to the Army's Nuclear Power Program, headquartered at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. where he was Project Manager for the installation of a nuclear power plant on board a converted Liberty ship. In 1963 Franklin was assigned to command Camp Century, a nuclear-powered research outpost on the Greenland Icecap. He directed the shutdown and disassembly of the nuclear power plant, shipping the entire facility back to the United States in 1964.
Selected for instructor duty at West Point in 1965, Franklin taught the first Nuclear Engineering course and coached the football and ski teams during his three years as an Assistant Professor at the Academy. After a year's further study at the Naval War College, Franklin he shipped out to Vietnam to command a Combat Engineer Battalion in the Central Highlands, ending his tour after participating in the 1970 operations in Cambodia.
The decade of the 1970's was taken up with Joint Staff duties in the Pentagon, including assignment as Executive Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, plus a Brigade Command at Fort Knox, Kentucky, and another year of study at the Army War College.
Promoted to Brigadier General in 1979, Franklin was selected to be Commandant of Cadets at West Point where he served until 1982. A tour of duty as Assistant Commander of the 25th Infantry Division in Hawaii was followed by promotion to Major General and assignment in 1983 as Chief of the Joint US Military Group and Senior US Defense Representative in Spain. Franklin chose to retire in 1987, and remained in Spain, founding Franklin, S.A. a Spanish business consultancy located in Madrid, specializing in investments and joint ventures.
He was elected to the Board of Directors of several Spanish and American companies and returned to the United States in 1993, when he was elected Chief Executive Officer of Frequency Electronics, Inc. He has remained as Chairman of the Board of Frequency Electronics, Inc. since 1999. He also serves on the Board of Directors of RKO Pictures and Kriss-USA, a Swiss manufacturer of advanced technology small arms for military and civilian applications.

Saturday, July 15, 2017

OBIT: Bennett Witness Murdered - Robert Frazier

CONCORD — A Concord man shot to death in front of a bar early Saturday has been identified as 42-year-old Robert Frazier, authorities said Monday.

From the blogger: There are three dead bouncers each known to me, one was an assailant, one was nice guy, another was nice that was friendly with Sara Hoda killed in the GhostShip fire.



Frazier became the city’s second homicide victim of 2017 when he was hit by gunfire in front of Nica Lounge at 1907 Salvio Street just before 2 a.m. Saturday, police said. Police arrested a man suspected in the shooting after he was involved in a solo car crash later Saturday.
Lt. James Nakayama, the head of investigations for the Concord Police Department, said details of the investigation have kept police from identifying the suspect, a 27-year-old man who was still in a hospital Monday receiving treatment for non-life threatening injuries.
The hunt for the shooter also led to police fatally shooting a pit bull while they searched an Oakley address for the suspect. According to police, a pit bull broke loose from his collar and charged officers and the police dog named Hancock. The pit bull bit Hancock in the leg and clamped down on his neck, causing the officer to shoot, police said.
“It’s unfortunate that that happened,” Nakayama said. “We have to protect our police K9s and officers, as well.”
Police ordered a shelter-in-place during that Oakley neighborhood search in the 1900 block of Teresa Lane. Police used a SWAT team to help them in the search.
A fundraising account set up to help Frazier’s family raised $3,855 by 2 p.m., with one poster saying that Frazier “enriched my life with friendship and love.”
Staff writer George Kelly contributed to this report. Contact Rick Hurd at 925-945-4789.

Sierra Drive Attempted Murder

Walnut Creek CA

Only a small select narrow and dubious group of people understand how complex events are near Pete Bennett.  On or about October 31st, 2014, after a night of performing music in downtown Walnut Creek buskin to replace the cash stolen from me by Walnut Creek, Lafayette and Danville leading the 2017 charges levied against District Attorney Mark Peterson resulting FELONY CHARGES FOR PERJURY

Sunday, July 2, 2017

OBIT: Elizabeth Torres, 81

The large Torres family is suffering the loss of a family matriarch, as relatives pray that three other family members will recover rapidly from burns resulting from the blast. Elizabeth Torres, 81, who lived with her daughter Cindy and son-in-law Allen Braun in a Claremont Drive home in San Bruno, died despite Braun's attempt to rescue her by carrying her to the front porch, said one of Torres' nine children, David Wharton, 57, of Fair Oaks. "He saved my mom," Wharton said. "But a second blast" killed her. Braun is now in the hospital with 40 percent of his body burned, Wharton said. Braun's wife, Cindy, 45, and her sister Sandy Arnold, 58, are both in induced comas at St. Francis hospital. Arnold, who lives in Petaluma and works as an office clerk, has burns on 70 percent of her body. Cindy Braun, who used to be an office manager for Forbes magazine, has burns covering half her body, Wharton said. "This is monumental for us," he said. "The only reason I can talk is because I haven't accepted it yet." He said his mother worked as a nurse's aide for UC San Francisco for 27 years. In her later years, she got around in a wheelchair, even when she visited casinos, a favorite pastime. Torres was married twice and had nine children: Everett, Virginia, Sandy, David, Linda, Michael, Sharon, Gregory and Cindy.

Gun that killed Pittsburg officer also used in fatal Modesto shootout

Gun that killed Pittsburg officer also used in fatal Modesto shootout 

ASSOCIATED PRESS
12:17 a.m., June 11, 2003
PITTSBURG – The gun that killed Pittsburg police inspector Ray Giacomelli in April is the same weapon his suspected killer fired in a fatal shoot-out with police, according to ballistics tests.
Contra Costa Sheriff's Lt. Dan Terry said Tuesday the .40-caliber Glock handgun that killed Giacomelli was the same weapon used by Earl Foster Jr. during the firefight with police in Modesto.
Foster fled there after Giacomelli's slaying in Pittsburg on April 15. Investigators found Foster at a strip mall pay phone in the Central Valley city two days later.
A shootout ensued after Foster began firing at police, Terry said.
Foster died of multiple gunshot wounds; he was hit 22 times, according to an autopsy released Tuesday by the Stanislaus County coroner.
Law enforcement officials throughout northern California had launched a massive manhunt to locate Foster.
The 46-year-old Giacomelli was killed while investigating the homicide of Eric Louis Huffman, the brother of Foster's girlfriend who was found slain April 7.
Both Giacomelli and Huffman were shot in the face. Police have said Foster is the only suspect in Huffman's slaying.

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Gun that killed Pittsburg officer also used in fatal Modesto shootout

Gun that killed Pittsburg officer also used in fatal Modesto shootout 

ASSOCIATED PRESS
12:17 a.m., June 11, 2003
PITTSBURG – The gun that killed Pittsburg police inspector Ray Giacomelli in April is the same weapon his suspected killer fired in a fatal shoot-out with police, according to ballistics tests.
Contra Costa Sheriff's Lt. Dan Terry said Tuesday the .40-caliber Glock handgun that killed Giacomelli was the same weapon used by Earl Foster Jr. during the firefight with police in Modesto.
Foster fled there after Giacomelli's slaying in Pittsburg on April 15. Investigators found Foster at a strip mall pay phone in the Central Valley city two days later.
A shootout ensued after Foster began firing at police, Terry said.
Foster died of multiple gunshot wounds; he was hit 22 times, according to an autopsy released Tuesday by the Stanislaus County coroner.
Law enforcement officials throughout northern California had launched a massive manhunt to locate Foster.
The 46-year-old Giacomelli was killed while investigating the homicide of Eric Louis Huffman, the brother of Foster's girlfriend who was found slain April 7.
Both Giacomelli and Huffman were shot in the face. Police have said Foster is the only suspect in Huffman's slaying.

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Saturday, June 10, 2017

The Scherer Murders and Russian Mob of Trump Towers

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A little snippet.  The timing of the Scherer Murders leads to the Mormon Community.  The involved Mormon units are Mitt Romney, Danville Stake, The Oakland Temple and millions stolen.



Friday, June 9, 2017

When you buy Pru-Life in Contra Costa County






Dying for Prudential Insurance - The Ostrich Retirement Company

Danville CA:

This area operates a murder for hire where investigators from the Contra Costa District Attorney Offices cover up murders of the sister and niece one of their own linked to a deadly pipeline explosion in Walnut Creek.

In this video Prudential boldly asks for your opinion.  I have one about my Pru-life policy and their responses when I discovered how my near fatal event targeted their policy.

They've asked for my opinion




They've asked for my opinion




Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Hillside Covenant Church - Magnolia Drive Walnut Creek

Hillside Covenant Church


Meeting Hillside members and receiving their free lunch was supposed to be a good thing but for me it wasn't as unknown to me was Kieth Lynds who was their Youth Director arranged with others to have me killed en-route from Walnut Creek to Lafayette where the plan was he was going to meet for Karaoke.  My car was totaled at First/Deer Hill Road and Lynds never showed.  

Within six months my car was totaled, I was in jail and my sons were gone.  The accident was July 20th, 2011, I was being followed through Walnut Creek by a Contra Costa District Attorney Investigator where I was able get his plates which were passed to the FBI. 

I was forced to sell my car for scrap, the tow company dropped me off at the Walnut Creek Library where I fell asleep in Civic Park awoken by a grounds keeper riding a mower.  Within minutes I was stopped by police with allegations that I'd attacked a city worker riding a mower.  
That was Captain Tim Schultz, Sgt. Mike Chan and I believe the guy following me through Walnut Creek, he's a DA inspector or Walnut Creek Detective.  Either way this group was trying to kill me but worse is the Chief and City Managers offices have clear views of events including me chasing Sgt. Chan with my laptop camera on  

The PG&E San Bruno Explosion Murder Investigation
The real story can be found on Gas Pipeline Explosions 

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

FBI Agent Frank Doyle Jr. - The FBI Bomb School Bombed Judi Bari

On my other posts about FBI Agent Frank Doyle Jr. my goal has been to introduce his name to the CNET Scandal, Bomb Squads and show is direct connection to Southern Pacific, my cabinet shop and moving lumber from the North Coast to the Bay Area.

The biggest clue came from the old Interstate Commerce Commission where they forced SP to keep open several rail lines from Eureka to the Bay Area but with Bennett v. Southern Pacific my story introduces a murder case in Concord CA.  

Watch the movie but I will be posting a modified version with my story merged into this story but I am adding in the 1988 bombing of an IRS Agent and introduce on why Chief Alex Fagan was murdered to cover-up his knowledge of events.  It was his girlfriend car that exploded in Walnut Creek just happened to work with parties very close my family.