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Rogue Causing Grief for Stamp Dealers,Collectors-Stamp Club Exec Admits Money Laundering,Other Irregularities

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Old July 2nd 03, 07:53 PM
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On Sat, 28 Jun 2003 09:50:33 -0600, FedUpPhilatelist

Hey Bob:
How can it be slander, if it is in the Court record, as actual
statements made in open Court?

Are YOU trying to have this public admission hushed up?
Are you connected with the reprobate, the one who is a member and
executive of so many philatelic organisations in Canada?

The Edmonton Tax office had 2 - yes 2 - Senior Criminal Special
Investigators in Court, busy taking down his testimony, given under
grilling examination and cross-examination. For a few thousand
dollars, even you can get a transcript.

On Sat, 28 Jun 2003 14:13:51 GMT, Bob Ingraham

It seems that no one at all is involved. If someone is "dragged into a
courtroom" where he or she or they "had to tell the truth," then it's part
of the public record and the original poster should have no problem
revealing the both the names and "the truth". Whoever is posting this
slander needs to think seriously of seeking psychological counselling or
treatment by a psychiatrist.

Bob Ingraham

From: Susan Cohen
Organization: zhidfags
alt.collecting.stamps,rec.collecting.stamps.discus s,tor.general,can.general
Date: Sat, 28 Jun 2003 07:49:21 -0600
Subject: Rogue Causing Grief for Stamp Dealers,Collectors-Stamp Club

Since there are but a few officials of the Edmonton Stamp Club
it shouldn't take an Einstein to figure out who was dragged
into a Courtroom, and then under examination and cross-examination
had to tell the truth, for a change!!

As for the dealers who had stock stolen while attending the Edmonton
Stamp Show, I hear some are now telling their stories to LINNS.

On Fri, 27 Jun 2003 13:05:34 -0500, Paul

AS a former Edmonton collecter and Stamp Club member I am interested in
knowing who is involved.

Reply to this without the no spam.

Interested Party wrote:

Thanks to all the publicity being generated in newsgroups, and
elsewhere, thanks to the reprobate stamp dealer who testified
in Court, not only is he now under severe investigation by
the Canadian tax authorities, now many other dealers are
being similarly investigated in Canada.

Dealers attending stamp shows in Canada will be getting undercover visits
Frauds Investigators for Provincial Sales Taxes, Federal GST, Income Taxes,
as well as quiet visits from RCMP regarding money laundering.

Also, because of the close collaboration between CCRA and the
IRS, no doubt also involving INTERPOL, other stamp dealers around
the world will also get nailed for tax frauds.

All thanks to the one caught in an open courtroom, and forced
to admit under cross-examination.

You, grashuk seem to be the liar,based on your foolish comments.
Mind you, it seems other convicted criminals seem to want to
also deflect attention from the FACT, that Special Investigators
from CCRA attended a Court to gather evidence regarding a witness,
and his admitted improprieties!!!

Had you attended in the Court in Edmonton, you also could have met with
the 2 Special Investigators from CCRA.

And yes, under Canadian Tax law, YOU ARE GUILTY UNTIL YOU PROVE YOUR
INNOCENCE!! In fact the same applies to laws relating to Customs,and

From: "Curious Tax Guy"
Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.general,ab.general,calgary.general,t or.general
Subject: CCRA Investigate - Stamp Club Used to LAUNDER Money!!
Date: Sat, 07 Jun 2003 15:54:10 GMT

what a bunch of crap. And this liar remails this garbage over and over. If
this is real, which it isn't, post the citation.
such drug-induced banter: "under Canadian tax law, one is GUILTY until one
can prove innocence". Oh puh-leeeeze.
Get it right or get lost.

"Philatelist" wrote in message

This time it wasn't your favourite bishopric(G).

Rather it was a well-known member and senior official of a number
of Canadian philatelic groups, who got caught lying in Court!!

In a Canadian civil trial, Special Investigators of the
Canadian tax authorities, C.C.R.A. attended, while gathering
evidence about a witness for the defence, who admitted on
the stand, that he was laundering some of his profits
through a local stamp club, of which he was an officer!!

He also admitted, finally, that he was involved in several
other stamp businesses, which he had failed to declare on
his tax returns. Many millions of dollars were mentioned!!

Needless to say, he and his lawyer are now very annoyed,
because under Canadian tax law, one is GUILTY until one
can prove innocence.

This particular slime-ball even had connections with criminals,
including some expelled by APS for serious criminal acts such
as armed robbery of a stamp collection from a widow!!
He also cited as a reference the firm in Denmark NF INTERNATIONAL,
expelled from most organisations for fraud.

I don't doubt that the RCMP Commercial Crime division, IRS, and
even Interpol will now have an interest in this guy, as well as
other officials of stamp clubs, now that one has admitted in Court
his devious business dealings to cheat the tax authroities.

Amazing what one can learn from stamp collecting....

Further, dealers attending stamp shows where this person is in charge of
have a high risk of being robbed while participating at his shows.
Several years in a row now, the media have reported major thefts of dealers.
One must wonder,whether they are "inside" jobs???


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