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November 14, 2017, 03:12:38 PM
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Wonder what Uncle Stu has to say  Cool


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73       answer Answer to Amended Complaint  Mon 10:03 PM 

 ANSWER to 57 Amended Complaint with Affirmative Defenses. by Stuart A. Fraser.(Cave, Sarah) 


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Might be time to get your tickets to the sentencing? Saw United had a pretty good deal from DFW for $235.  Dropped over $100.  https://www.google.com/flights/?curr=USD#search;f=DFW,DAL;t=BDL;d=2018-01-04;r=2018-01-06;~lcd=CidHdEtSa0JHLS0tLS0tLS0tLXBmZmw2QUFBQUFGb0xMU29HVjU2QUESI2lkX2QyZThmZTgxNjUzZjQ0MzZhMjY0ZGY0MjVmOTc4ZTAx

Give me a sec and I will login to the court system to check what Uncle Stu had to say.


Latest Stuart Fraser response file is here:  https://nofile.io/f/c4MXoAYK2G2/fraser+latest.pdf
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November 14, 2017, 07:53:53 PM
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He rejected the Tesla? How rude.
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November 14, 2017, 08:05:41 PM
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He rejected the Tesla? How rude.
Explain, I haven't read it all yet lol.
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November 14, 2017, 10:00:28 PM
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Might be time to get your tickets to the sentencing? Saw United had a pretty good deal from DFW for $235.  Dropped over $100.  https://www.google.com/flights/?curr=USD#search;f=DFW,DAL;t=BDL;d=2018-01-04;r=2018-01-06;~lcd=CidHdEtSa0JHLS0tLS0tLS0tLXBmZmw2QUFBQUFGb0xMU29HVjU2QUESI2lkX2QyZThmZTgxNjUzZjQ0MzZhMjY0ZGY0MjVmOTc4ZTAx

Give me a sec and I will login to the court system to check what Uncle Stu had to say.


Latest Stuart Fraser response file is here:  https://nofile.io/f/c4MXoAYK2G2/fraser+latest.pdf

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WHEREFORE, Fraser respectfully requests that this Court:
A. Dismiss plaintiffs’ claims and enter judgment in Fraser’s favor;
B. Award Fraser reasonable attorneys’ fees incurred in defense of
this action, including costs and expenses; and
C. Award Fraser all further relief that the Court determines to be
fair and just.

D. Award Fraser a reach-around by Marshall Long to cup his balls.
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November 15, 2017, 02:55:21 AM
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Might be time to get your tickets to the sentencing? Saw United had a pretty good deal from DFW for $235.  Dropped over $100.  https://www.google.com/flights/?curr=USD#search;f=DFW,DAL;t=BDL;d=2018-01-04;r=2018-01-06;~lcd=CidHdEtSa0JHLS0tLS0tLS0tLXBmZmw2QUFBQUFGb0xMU29HVjU2QUESI2lkX2QyZThmZTgxNjUzZjQ0MzZhMjY0ZGY0MjVmOTc4ZTAx

Give me a sec and I will login to the court system to check what Uncle Stu had to say.


Latest Stuart Fraser response file is here:  https://nofile.io/f/c4MXoAYK2G2/fraser+latest.pdf

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WHEREFORE, Fraser respectfully requests that this Court:
A. Dismiss plaintiffs’ claims and enter judgment in Fraser’s favor;
B. Award Fraser reasonable attorneys’ fees incurred in defense of
this action, including costs and expenses; and
C. Award Fraser all further relief that the Court determines to be
fair and just.


WAIT A MINUTE!  Fraser wants the VICTIMS whom he helped to SWINDLE PAY HIM for his court costs!!!  Bwahahahahahahahaa!
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November 15, 2017, 04:04:16 AM
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39. Fraser admits that Garza attempted to give him a car that Fraser refused to accept,
that he and Garza occasionally socialized with their families and other mutual friends, that he
and Garza communicated by text message, that Fraser encouraged Garza to devote adequate
attention to GAW-HSI, and that Fraser’s wife gave Fraser a book for his 50th birthday, and
Fraser respectfully refers the Court to that book for its contents.
Fraser denies the remaining
allegations in Paragraph 39 as to himself and is without knowledge or information sufficient to
form a belief as to the truth or falsity of the remaining allegations in Paragraph 39 as to Garza or
any other defendant, and for that reason denies them.

Was it this book?  https://www.amazon.com/Ricky-Sticky-Fingers-Julia-Cook/dp/1937870081

Strange and random the mention about the book.  Anyone know what book it was?
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November 15, 2017, 04:54:27 AM
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It was a scrap book or photo album of Uncle Stu and his family over the years, and it included many photos of Homero as well as news articles or something. That tidbit came to light when Homero jumped ship and detailed it when he joined Shinner's side and amended complaint. Crowing about how he was included in the family photos and even this book or album Uncle Stu received on his birthday.

Interesting to me is that he refused acceptance of the Tesla. I recall betting that the reason he left the license plates on was because he knew Uncle Stu would not accept it and he would simply drive it home himself. It was clear this was the case because in the emails he went to great lengths to explain to sshh don't tell Elise, that he left the license plates on because he thought that Uncle Stu would want to drive it immediately. He detailed this twice or three times to her unsolicited. She never asked him, she didn't respond when he explained it the first time, and again didn't say a word the second time he said it, thus forcing him to say it a third time.  Very very funny that. Fucking little snake.  Roll Eyes
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It was a scrap book or photo album of Uncle Stu and his family over the years, and it included many photos of Homero as well as news articles or something. That tidbit came to light when Homero jumped ship and detailed it when he joined Shinner's side and amended complaint. Crowing about how he was included in the family photos and even this book or album Uncle Stu received on his birthday.

Interesting to me is that he refused acceptance of the Tesla. I recall betting that the reason he left the license plates on was because he knew Uncle Stu would not accept it and he would simply drive it home himself. It was clear this was the case because in the emails he went to great lengths to explain to sshh don't tell Elise, that he left the license plates on because he thought that Uncle Stu would want to drive it immediately. He detailed this twice or three times to her unsolicited. She never asked him, she didn't respond when he explained it the first time, and again didn't say a word the second time he said it, thus forcing him to say it a third time.  Very very funny that. Fucking little snake.  Roll Eyes
I wonder how it benefitted Homero to "Crow" about his buddy's involvement in the scam?  Wish there were more details about that.  I'm guessing either he didn't want a judgement against him when he is out of prison or he was trying to whitewash his image before he is sentenced.  Anyone agree or have another opinion?  Interesting about the scrapbook.
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November 15, 2017, 05:10:04 AM
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The book/album was to illustrate how close he was to Uncle Stu, the rational is in the amended complaint, it was a tidbit along with how Uncle Stu said don't have any more kids and focus on the business. Something like that. A couple of nuggets we had never heard before. Might be some discussion a few hundred  Roll Eyes Cheesy or more pages back in this thread, but its in the Shinner's amended complaint at the time he jumped aboard. Some fucked up logic to do with his intimacy with Uncle Stu and how close he was with him/the family and how Uncle Stu influenced him etc.
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November 15, 2017, 05:46:41 AM
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He rejected the Tesla? How rude.
Explain, I haven't read it all yet lol.

He denies accepting it, remember, the Tesla came with payments due, of course!

 

44 Pages.  TL;DR??

Summary:


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Fraser denies the allegations in [EVERY] Paragraph as to himself and is without
knowledge or information sufficient to form a belief as to the truth or falsity of the allegations in
Paragraph(s) [1-195] as to Garza or any other defendant, and for that reason denies them.

Most Notable:  
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Fraser admits that he spoke on one occasion with a reporter from the Wall Street
Journal about GAW Miners.

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Fraser admits that he created a personal Twitter account, from which he sent a
very small number of messages about virtual currency and which he later cancelled.

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Fraser admits that, in November 2014, he participated in a meeting with
individuals from Cantor Fitzgerald during which GAW Miners was discussed

Blood is thick:

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Fraser admits that Thomas Fraser is his son and that Thomas Fraser is employed
by Cantor Fitzgerald.

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Fraser joins in plaintiffs’ demand for a trial by jury on all issues so triable.
 That's a word?

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DEFENSE
The claims asserted in the Complaint against Fraser are barred, in whole or in part,
because Fraser did not and should not have known that representations by Garza or the
Companies were false or misleading
   Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

There are TWENTY NINE "Defenses!"  Many of these 'defenses' blame the PLAINTIFFS for not mitigating their own losses.   Tongue

Don't say it, Stu!




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November 15, 2017, 06:46:35 AM
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<The following was gleaned from another post dated Nov. 8th, of which I've touched upon Thomas a few times prior and perhaps hence ...>

https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/groundbreaking-deal-gawminers-zenminer-will-revolutionize-mining/

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I spoke on the phone with Thomas Fraser of Zenminer, Josh Garza, and Rami Abramov of GAWMiners...When I asked Thomas about how he came up with the idea, I expected it was because he was an active miner and technically inclined. I was quite wrong.

Thomas:

I have a background in business and finance, Bitcoin and other crypto currencies really drew me in. The problem is that I am not a technical guy. Mining seemed like a great way to get into Bitcoin, and this was back in early 2013, but mining was way over my head. I kept thinking this has to be easier and why isn’t it?
That was when I decided to do something about it. I put together the concept and got in touch with developers, and we have been working hard ever since to bring this to the market. I have known Josh for several years, and when I saw how he was able to get products to the market with GAWMiners I knew he was the right one to contact about it and bring it to market. This is why our first partnership is with them, and other resellers will be added in the future.
I want Zenminer to be like the “Intel Inside” campaign; I want it to be part of the ecosystem people look to when they think crypto currency miners. That kind of reliability and ease of use.

Josh then told me, his first question to Thomas was, “Why didn’t you bring this to me sooner… it is brilliant!”

I say press for trial, whereupon Fraser Sr. will say "Uncle!" (no pun intended), offering to pay all those harmed by Garza et al. There is no way in fuckin hell Fraser wants to go trial and see his son, Thomas, on the stand.
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Thomas Fraser still works at Cantor Fitzgerald & Stuart named them as being involved.

This is getting good!
Great for the plaintiffs!   

#deeppockets

CantorF will have to make Fraser settle....and fast!
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Thomas Fraser still works at Cantor Fitzgerald & Stuart named them as being involved.

This is getting good!
Great for the plaintiffs!   

#deeppockets

CantorF will have to make Fraser settle....and fast!

Dude, you beat me by five minutes.  Cry Cry Cry

https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomasfraser/


I'll say it again, press for trial and get CF on the stand. First question: CF, when and by whom was Bitcoin first on your radar?

Think about. I'd say that's the best hope to source moneys to pay off those harm by Garza et al.
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Jaycobs' decision is a major defeat for Cantor, which in 2001 acquired the Hollywood Stock Exchange -- an online game that lets players bet fake money on box-office predictions -- to help prepare for its move into real box-office futures.

The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, devastated Cantor, then located in the World Trade Center, and delayed its plans. But between the acquisition and development over the years, as well as the work done by lawyers to receive regulatory approvals, Cantor has spent tens of millions of dollars on the concept.

Jaycobs said he hopes that some of that work will be useful in other parts of Cantor's business and that his company may attempt to develop other financial products for the entertainment industry not related to futures contracts.


About HSX and who invented it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hollywood_Stock_Exchange

Other financial products like crypto?


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Fraser has accepted a trial by jury.

 Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry

A jury of his peer(coin)s?  

(Paycoin was a peercoin rip-off)

A jury of Peercoin holders or maybe "12 Angry Miners"


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November 16, 2017, 05:54:29 PM
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They must be having a fire sale at United.  $120 to go to Hartford for the sentencing.  Maybe get a chance to sit next to the big man himself lol.  Price just dropped a bunch out of DFW.
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I was pumped to go in July, when I had time off & enough extra funds.

Now I'm concerned that they'll change the court date...again...

If you go, we'll all be grateful for the coverage.

#REPRESENT
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Thomas Fraser still works at Cantor Fitzgerald & Stuart named them as being involved.

This is getting good!
Great for the plaintiffs!  

#deeppockets

CantorF will have to make Fraser settle....and fast!

Dude, you beat me by five minutes.  Cry Cry Cry

https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomasfraser/


I'll say it again, press for trial and get CF on the stand. First question: CF, when and by whom was Bitcoin first on your radar?

Think about. I'd say that's the best hope to source moneys to pay off those harm by Garza et al.

Birds of a feather!  Garza also had to be pressured into keeping his promise to support some 9/11 foundations:

"Cantor Fitzgerald Slacks On 9/11 Pledge, But Promises $10 Million To Sandy Relief"

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/15/cantor-fitzgerald-911-donation_n_2480753.html

And look:  So patriotic!  CF sued American Airlines over 9/11.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/12/17/us/new-york-cantor-fitzgerald-american-settlement/index.html
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November 19, 2017, 09:39:19 PM
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I'll go out on a limb here and say
Roomb and Gleb won't be getting a Cantor Fitzgerald Xmas card this year.....
(or one from Homero FTM)  Wink

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