Attorneys from Debbie Wasserman Shultz’s Florida District
Three attorneys have been found dead in the last two weeks, and all of them are connected to the DNC lawsuit, according to reports.
One of the dead lawyers, Beranton J. Whisenant Jnr., was a federal prosecutor who was working on passports and green cards that were linked to the DNC fraud case. According to CSE, Whisenant had come across a conflict of Clinton family interests that was detailed in one of Hillary Clinton’s leaked emails from 2009.
The emails seem to show evidence of fraud through the Clinton Foundation from both Bill and Hillary Clinton.
A point to note from the New York Times article was here: “A cache of emails that the State Department released to the activist group Citizens United, for example, showed an invitation to Mr. Clinton to speak at a United States-China Energy summit meeting in 2012 organized by Luca International Group, which was later fined $68 million by the Securities and Exchange Commission for defrauding investors.”
CSE reports: So who runs Luca International Group?
Ms. Bing Qing Yang: “Ms. Yang is an entrepreneur with tremendous experience in the oil and gas exploration and production industry in the USA.”
“In 2005, Ms. Yang founded Luca International Group LLC, focus on the oil and gas development in the Gulf Mexico Region.”
“Ms. Yang is specializing project management, property acquisitions, and strategic planning in the upstream of the oil industry.”
“In addition, she has successfully started an EB5 regional center with the potential of families allowing them to acquire their green cards.” ( could this be the “card” connection?)
What charges are against her?
“As alleged in our complaint, Yang falsely claimed that Luca International was a profitable oil and gas drilling operation when it was really a Ponzi-like scheme preying on Chinese-Americans and EB-5 investors who lost millions of dollars while Yang lined her pockets,” said Jina L. Choi, Director of the SEC’s San Francisco Regional Office.
What are EB 5 investors?
The Immigrant Investor Program, also known as “EB-5,” was created by Congress in 1990 to stimulate the U.S. economy through job creation and capital investment by immigrant investors by creating a new commercial enterprise or investing in a troubled business.
There are 10,000 EB-5 immigrant visas available annually.
Sources: Neon Nettle and The Outer Light