Sunday, December 16, 2007

Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates :: Don't "kick Tony while he's in jail"

As Promised. More Animal Advocates Nutcase Mary Cummins the quack who is suing LA City and Ed Boks, in her own words, attacking a stock investor on Silicon Investor for criticizing Mary Cummins bud Convicted Criminal Anthony Elgindy "Tony". Defending Elgindy while he's in jail facing trial for racketeering and securities fraud. After he was convicted of mail fraud. Elgindy was subsequently convicted of the above charges and is now serving 11 years on Terminal Island.

And look at the defense itself, Mary Cummins nutty point that charities can commingle funds. That's news to us! How does she know this? Because she did it herself, of course. See below for information from the California Attorney General's website about commingling personal and charity assets.

Note: Mary Cummins SI posts were turned into "was mmmary" after she was found to have hacked another poster's password and began posting as him. Her Silicon Investor account was terminated for quite awhile. Mary Cummins has also threatened/frightened investors into selling their stock by posting as "Mother Theresa" and "Mary Mother of God."

To: Victoria Lee Chase who wrote (78729) 7/5/2002 11:15:24 AM
From: was mmmary Read Replies (2) of 101836

Victoria Lee Chase, why are you on tony's thread

if you don't want to read tony's posts? Just so you can kick him while he's in jail and can't fight back?

I posted his entire post. I didn't snip out his charity bit because I didn't want people to think I edited his post. I've raised money for 911 victims that I kept in my account til I sent a check to the main trust fund. The fund never seemed to mind. To set up a full on new trust account for a temporary charity would be a lot of work. No one forced anyone to give anything to tony's charity fund. No one ever said it was "backed by the US" or "bonafide." Did you set up a federally approved trust fund charity for 911 victims? One run by a full board of directors? I didn't think so. Please go nitpick on something else.

And who is Anthony Elgindy?

To read entire article click text:

In a court hearing in San Diego, Kenneth Breen, an assistant United States attorney, said the adviser, Amr Ibrahim Elgindy, tried to sell $300,000 in stock on the afternoon of Sept. 10 and told his broker that the stock market would soon plunge. "Perhaps Mr. Elgindy had preknowledge of Sept. 11, and rather than report it he attempted to profit from it," Mr. Breen said.

From Free Republic "So, what did Mr. Elgindy, who was trying to sell $300k in stock, tell the financial world the day after 9-11? Read it for yourself!"

RE: Commingling Funds


Case cited: Sensory Intergration
Sensory Intergration
Sensory Intergration (sic) International is a nonprofit corporation that purports to treat children with sensory integration deficiencies and to offer educational programs for health professionals who treat persons with sensory integration problems. We learned that Sensory Intergration was commingling charity assets with the personal assets of one of its officers, engaging in self-dealing transactions where personal interests conflicted with those of the charity, and failing to refund fees for canceled seminars. We also discovered that substantial charitable assets have been improperly diverted by those in control of the charity.

The Attorney General filed a civil complaint against Sensory Intergration and other defendants, including various current and former officers and directors, seeking damages, civil penalties, restitution, an accounting, appointment of a receiver, and involuntary dissolution of the charity. The complaint also sought an injunction preventing the defendants from controlling the assets of Sensory Intergration and from conducting any business on its behalf, including charitable solicitations.

On June 22, 2007, the Attorney General obtained a preliminary injunction prohibiting, throughout the United States, the conduct of any business activities regarding Sensory Intergration and further prohibiting the exercise of control over any of the charity’s assets.

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