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Ibiza condo developer FRAUD verdict in Civil Court. Plantifs awarded $200,000 -- AGAINST parent company RMRW, LTD.By Anonymous Indymedia User on 25 May 2012
Judgement was against the now parent company RMRW, Ltd of the bankrupted developement company Apex Realty, Inc. NOT the individual plantifs (Rajesh Lahoti, Michael Council, Ray Brown and Wilbur Ischie). This means that the fraud judgment probably won't be following the individual defendents in future businsess endeavors.
The awarded amount plus expected recoverable amount of deposit moneys from the banckrupcy of the condo development entity, Apex Realty, Inc. , together will meet the total amount of deposits but will not encompass legal fees nor for the damages/duress of the plantiffs over the last four years of this drawn out battle.
IVAW Organizer and Iraq war veteran Maggie Martin speaks about Operation Recovery to Central Ohioans for Peace
What: We grew up believing we had the legally protected right to petition our government for redress of grievances. However in the 1960's-70's COINTELPRO disagreed.
See the evidence of the emerging fbi as MAFIA in modern times.
By Tom Over--- Perhaps I’m an old guy looking down on a younger generation of folk seeking social change, but most of the self-described anarchists I’ve engaged with are–in my humble opinion–actually something else. ‘Nihilism’ might be closer to the truth than ‘anarchism’ when it comes to their worldviews, though still not quite on the mark.
By Tom Over --------- Let’s look for systemic solutions, not see individuals or humans in general as the problem. Some critics of the ecology movement, which includes animal rights, view it as anti-human. Positions of some activists, whether intentional or not, have fed into that. The world can do without a green version of the concept of original sin or any other philosophy based on the idea people are inherently bad.
I hung out for a couple of hours at the Re-Imagine OSU event yesterday, Wednesday May 16, 2012 from about 11:30am - 1:30pm or so. This isn't comprehensive coverage of what happened. Rather, it's more of an eye-witness report to be added to a more comprehensive article if needed.
Since I'm not connected to the university in any way other than living near it, I felt a little awkward when I first approached the South Oval event area. However, it only took a few minutes to realize that what was happening there was something that needs to be supported whether one has ties to the university community or not.