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Wilfredo Sarabia Saurin:Fraudster, Terrorist, Spy?
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Phantom Bank Paper Fraudster, Terrorist Or Spy?
by, Unwanted Publicity Intelligence, the website(s), Host [ UnwantedPublicity@Gmail.com ]
July 21, 2010 16:30:08 p.m. ( PST ) [ Updated ] - [ Originally Published: July 14, 2010 17:22:01 ( PST ) ]
USA, California, Tustin - July 14, 2010 - Operating under unusual southern California shadows, actually some rather nice upscale residential townhomes adjacent Orange County's former U.S. Marine Corps Helicopter Station, secret teams and squads of U.S. government federal agents task undercover assignments brought from other federal agencies.
One case, few ( if any ) federal agents wish to discuss, sees secret efforts naming the U.S. Federal Reserve ( FED ), U.S. Department of Homeland Security ( DHS ), Immigration Customs Enforcement, U.S. Central Intelligence Agency ( CIA ) along with a small group of operatives ( men and women ) combating international bank paper fraud worldwide, but strangely not so much the counterfeit manufacturing and / or distribution.
"During tough economic times we're seeing more and more legitimate international businessmen involving themselves in trade financing deals not likely to have been consumated a few years ago," said one agent who asked not to be identified.
The government enjoys public opinion that it somehow sees all and knows all in order to protect and provide a service so, ascertaining what a U.S. federal law enforcement agent is specifically interested in ( specific information ) is difficult for most interviewers to discover, but there was no pretentious air about this federal agent who at ease described in-general what his team encounters.
"When there's a more than likely chance big money is going to be exchanged, we're going to try and prevent that, but getting to the bottom of the problem is not easy. We're not interested in wasting budget resources chasing around the world after foreign nationals, rogues or phantoms whom for the most part are behind international bank paper document artwork ( 'counterfeiting' ) or passing it around ( 'distribution' ) to see if any of it sticks and makes them some money in return."
"You know, things weren't always this difficult. We'd set up a deal, they'd drop by and we'd wrap things up. Today, some crooks are no longer as disheveled as some mug shots ( booking photos ) appear to most, and so technical issues are handled by young professionals loaded with energy, professional researchers supply master fraudsters with loads of useful information and between the two there isn't anything that can't be done so, we've got our work cut-out for us."
The agent continued, "Transaction handlers ( brokers ) or export managers typically inform us who they 'think' they've been working with, however the real nuts and bolts behind these global criminal organizations ( ringleaders / kingpins ) are now using so many multiple aliases and so frequently that it's becoming difficult to keep track of who is really running what, where."
When asked about something real interesting in a case he replied, "Well, at the top of our list is one we nicknamed 'Philippines Phantom' whose involved in an awful lot of international bank paper fraud schemes and he uses many aliases. We believe the Philippines Phantom has a close following of other nefarious characters using 'his' former aliases. At first we thought it was just other international bank paper crooks, further down the foodchain, just paying hommage to a bolder more famous crook, but then we realized the other crooks were simply too lazy and using the 'Philippines Phantom' alias gave them less work to do in pulling off an international bank paper fraud deal of their own."
Who is the 'Philippines Phantom'? When asked, no hints were given. The agent coughed and said, "That investigation is still ongoing so, no information at this time can be publicly released."
Although no official information was released as to who the 'Philippines Phantom' really is, the agent suddenly asked if my laptop was online, it was and so the agent curiously visited a couple ( 2 ) foreign country websites. At each, he would go to a particular webpage, stand up from the chair and ask me if he could walk around the room and study the wallpaper. Now, I took that to indirectly indicate the agent wouldn't be studying the webpages he was visiting ( in-private, the laptop was turned away from me ) so, I decidely took that curious opportunity to look at each webpage - long enough to copy each pertinent URL address for later review. Those two ( 2 ) webpages, UNWANTED PUBLICITY INFORMATION GROUP database files ( 16,000,000,000 pages and still growing ) and some global intelligence contacts gave my research enough information to fill this report and more.
Bank Paper Trade Tricks
Where imposters might not work as perfectly as very knowledgeable international master bank paper fraudsters, it has become easier with technology today to continue defrauding by simply changing appearances.
Fraud tricks, such as very short hair cuts ( or bald ), moustache or beard ( trimmed, cut off or added ), hair wigs ( different colors or styles ), weight loss or gain ( stuffed undergarments ), contact lens eyewear ( change eye colors ), identity papers ( different identity cards, passports, etc. ) are sometimes still used.
Smart fraud money is found where master bank paper fraudsters send-in entirely 'new faces' as their new 'representatives' whom may and are likelier now than ever before to be nothing more than unsuspecting freelance commissioned promoters acting unsuspectingly as the 'middle-man' or 'broker' for the master bank paper fraudsters whom are now disguising themselves to new unsuspecting "representatives" whom sometimes even come with respectable backgrounds. During tough economic times, a host of professionals are looking for work outside their usual occupations, and international bank paper fraudsters knowing this see tough economic times as their playground to further their own frauds and bottomline.
Modifying fraud techniques using computer enhancements can further bank paper frauds by the fraudster going one step further in obtaining and implimenting 'security paper' enhancing quality in the manufacturing of counterfeit bank paper and support documents for seemingly increased authenticity.
Furthering fraudulent international bank paper schemes aimed at unsuspecting victims can be taken by modified avenues of fraudulent approach again and again.
Altering or completely changing a 'fraudulent storyline' can lead to quickly resurrecting an old fraud into something that appears entirely different, and with few knowing anything about 'fraud transformation details', later in the scheme another fraudulent international bank paper ( different name of an institution ) may eventually be introduced providing an unrecognizeable twist aimed at victims of fraud.
New Spy versus Spy Game - Political Opposition Leftists Confused By Right Wing Terrorist Extremists
The Philippines Phantom use of alaises, said to have been later reused by yet another host of other nefarious individuals, indicates 'organized crime' sophistication exercising indirect criminal subterfuge, tradecrafts used more likely by an international spy or international criminal mastermind, but in either event requires a special set of skills, excellent training and / or years of practice.
This particular case appears to have become operationalized not by a rogue spy but perhaps by a terrorist akin to the clever but infamous Carlos Illyich Ramirez-Sanchez (aka) Carlos The Jackal believed skilled in intelligence tradecrafts and used by the legacy Soviet Union KGB. More has definitely been seen out of the Philippines Phantom than most run of the mill international bank paper fraudsters and identity thieves. To remain aloof for so many decades without being caught by law enforcement whom are supposedly chasing international Asian terrorists speaks volumes as to the liklihood of another driving force that has 'been allowing' the Philippines Phantom to mysteriously escape punishment as was seen in 2001 ( further below ).
Naive to what non-official cover ( NOC ) government foreign intelligence agents are, according to a U.S. government federal agent working from out-of one of those fancy southern California condominium undercover teams assigned by other federal agencies, in late 2008 a non-official cover ( NOC ) government foreign intelligence agent [ Neil Benjamin Gibson ] was believed to be, amongst all the other low down dirty rotten scoundrels, an international bank paper trading fraudster, but instead was a NOC feigning to be a 'trader' brokering what actually turned out to be a sting operation using what appeared to be members of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank supposedly operating a 'secret reward recovery program' designed by U.S. federal law enforcement agents to ensnare as many loads of the mysterious legacy "Series 1934" U.S. Federal Reserve Notes ( FRN ) / U.S. Federal Reserve Bonds ( FRB ) and / or Federal Reserve System bearer bond coupon certificates stashed en masse throughout the Philippines and other parts of Asia.
During October 2008, in California for his meeeting with NOC agent Neil Gibson at the Los Angeles International Airport, the Filipino man arrived from the Philippines to just drop off a few samples and - he 'thought' - collect his U.S. Federal Reserve Bank reward. Instead, the Filipino was told a lie by Neil B. Gibson that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security ( DHS ) had to clear his reward money through channels but that the Filipino man would get his reward.
Although the Filipino man, who never gave up was nicknamed "cowboy," he was not deported and did not receive his so-called "reward" money as Neil Gibson described, but instead was flown back to the Philippines to secure more Series 1934 U.S. Federal Reserve Notes ( FRN ) from his contact for the U.S. government. Cowboy, was a southern California traveling businessman, an international "trader," who commuted frequently to the Philippines, France, Ukraine, and around the rest of the world as required.
Some old timers believe it got so hot during the Cold War that nations were tripping over their own spies. Today perhaps, nothing's changed except that valuable spies are not used out front in so many exchange deals as before but instead saw non-official cover ( NOC ) government foreign intelligence agents handle the brunt of that work because they are so much cheaper to maintain and easier to plausibly deny the existence of should secret government foreign operations go awry - as often times they do.
The Philippines Phantom would not have be easy to locate background information on had it not been for the ability to review, for the purposes of this report, private intelligence dossiers, database files and other international information supplied by affiliates of the UNWANTED PUBLICITY INFORMATION GROUP.
We were initially pointed to a problem perceived coming from somewhere inside a Philippines organization known as the PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION ON GOOD GOVERNMENT ( PCGG ). Was something amiss with PCGG corporate governance? Did something unsavory surrounded PCGG chairman Camilo L. Sabio or one of her staff?
We found PCGG representative Gerry Ledonio [ TEL: (718) 358-8114 end_of_the_skype_highlighting ] being "handled" by the law firm O'BUCKLEY ( New York, USA ) that was arranging secret PCGG meetings with the southern California Filipino man nicknamed "Cowboy" who was also very much an international bank paper trader who held a plethora of fraudulent international bank paper financial instruments [ i.e. bank guarantees ( BG ), certificates of deposit ( CD ), stand-by letters of credit ( SBLC ), safe-keeping receipts ( SKR ), etc. ] accompanied by a whole host of support documents, amongst many others, where the now-late former Philippines President Ferdinand Edralin Marcos (aka) Ferdinand E. Marcos was seen named within a Letter Of Instruction naming his sidekick to be "William V. Morales," an alias used by "Wilfredo S. Saurin" (aka) the "Philippines Phantom."
Early background on Wilfredo S. Saurin found him supporting Asian terrorists and another international bank paper fraudster, Alexander Mann. Together, Saurin and Mann teamed up with Orange County, California businessman nicknamed "Tony Nguyen," ( an alias he uses ) chairman of the GOVERNMENT OF FREE VIET NAM ( GFVN ) in Garden Grove, California where it was arranged to manufacture, distribute and sell fraudulent paper currency printed to support terrorist agendas of "Asian government" we found was actually not a real government at all but an organization that called itself the GOVERNMENT OF FREE VIET NAM ( GFVN ), a fraud money political front for an Asian terrorist splinter group garnering support from aligned nations with U.S. covert funding coup based assassinations and other destabilization efforts to overthrow the Republic Of Viet Nam, and headquartered right across the border in Cambodia we found Philippines Phantom Wilfredo Saurin leading the CHEA DAM GROUP OF COMPANIES ( Phnom Penh, Cambodia ), ASIA REAL PROPERTY CO. LTD. ( Phnom Penh, Cambodia ), ARP-OITC GROUP CO. LTD. ( Phnom Penh, Cambodia ) and THE OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL TREASURY CONTROL ( Washington, D.C., USA ) formerly led by Ray Chhat Dam (aka) Diem C. Ray ( Cambodia ) and Keith Francis Scott ( Australia ).
We learned some of the nuances of the Philippines Phantom who was apparently skilled in martial arts but more importantly tradecrafts of spying as a foreign agent adept at the arts of infiltration and creating insurrections because he led a tight knit group of international criminal minded Asian terrorists directed to utilize a legacy U.S. Central Intelligence Agency ( CIA ) Viet Nam war time era counterfeiting operation that manufactured a cross-border ( viet Nam / Cambodia ) air lift infiltration air drop of billions in counterfeit money ( i.e. currency known as "dongs" - North Viet Nam government dollar ) that was used to make GOVERNMENT OF FREE VIET NAM ( GFVN ) currency ( sold to Vietnamese in Orange County, California, USA ) and used to design, print, distribute, and sell various forms of fraudulent but official looking paper monetary currencies, international bank paper and related support documents, identities and more used in blackmarket sales for up-front advance fee schemes as one of many fraudulent collection practices used behind the scenes to secretly fund international terrorist actions aimed primarily against specifically targeted assets ( holdings ) of the Republic of Viet Nam and its government administration from a revolutionary group known as the FREE VIETNAM REVOLUTIONARY GROUP ( FVRG ) tied to its political action arm GOVERNMENT OF FREE VIET NAM ( GFVN ) organization ( Garden Grove, California, USA ).
Although the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank ( New York, NY, USA ) cannot nor is it able to keep up with all the Philippines Phantom alias names and schemes, it does realize the Philippines Phanton has not been stopped because he continues spreading fraudulent international bank paper today. But what else can he do?
Research notes ( in reverse chronological order - below ) may shock readers whom will be provided with basic insights into where these particular Asian terrorist group extremists were harvesting others to advance their cause. An inside look at hardline politically driven criminal masterminds presenting outlandish schemes, using other people as their representatives to do their dirty work and get arrested for it, and a cornucopia of creative deceit techniques bordering on psychological treachery for victims so much so and to the extent that international bank paper fraud may disappear, but for a brief moment, when one realizes more serious crimes linked to it. Some may not understand that the Philippines Phanton is much more than just an international bank paper fraudster, terrorist or spy.
The initial list of Philippines Phantom alias names grew as additional nefarious characters - believed to be his comrades - began using his alias names plus other alias names too so, the most current list of Philippines Phantom alias names, are ( immediately below ):
Wilfredo Sarabia Saurin (also known as)
Wilfred Saurin (aka)
Datu G.L. (aka)
Wilfredo S. Ramos (aka)
William Morales (aka)
William V. Morales (aka)
Joseph E.S. Daraman Jr. (aka)
Joseph Eutiquio Severino Daraman Jr. (aka)
Joseph Daraman (aka)
Joseph Teo Hui Kiat (aka)
Johannes Riyad (aka)
Yohannes Riyadi (aka)
Saroeun Soush (aka)
Wilfredo Serion (aka)
Dr. Saroeun (aka)
Keeping track of the alias name list ( above ) for the Philippines Phantom provided leads to research legacy information, most of which disappeared long ago, but that information along with more from the Unwanted Publicity Information Group made this report possible along with the information now available ( immediately below ) in chronological order:
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[ In RE: ( alias ) William Morales ( immediately below ) ]
Courtesy: Unwanted Publicity Information Group
BANGKOK POST ( Bangkok, Thailand )
Fifth ( 5th ) Arrest In Bond Scam, Gang On The Run
Payab Explains His Role In Police Sting
by, Anucha Charoenpo and Wassayos Ngarmkham
April 21, 2001
THAILAND, Bangkok - A fifth ( 5th ) person [ William Morales ] has been arrested and charged with the multi-billion dollar U.S. bond fraud while other gang members are believed on the run but still in Thailand. A special law enforcement task force was formed to capture them.
William Morales, a Filipino, was taken into custody on Thursday night at the Town In Town Hotel located on Rama IX Road ( Bangkok, Thailand ).
Four ( 4 ) others were arrested earlier on Thursday:
Jacqueline Enriquez ( 29 ) - PHILIPPINES;
Robert Ng ( 43 ) - PHILIPPINES;
Tan Ho Chee ( 40 ) - SINGAPORE; and,
Chai-aree Santiwongchai ( son of a local Chinese language newspaper tycoon ).
They were charged with fraud and falsification after allegedly trying to sell fake United States bonds - dated 1934 - with a face value of $24,700,000,000 ( USD ) billion.
Chai-aree Santiwongchai was additionally charged after a lawyer for a leasing company complained he had issued a bad check for 4,500,000 million baht to his client.
The counterfeit bonds were brought into the country 7-months ago and put in a deposit box at DEUTSCHE BANK ( Bangkok, Thailand ) in the name of Mr. Chai-aree SantiWongChai.
Payab Shinawatra, brother of the Thailand Prime Minister, said yesterday he had been asked by a friend who believed the bonds were authentic to seek his brother's help to redeem them in the United States. 'The friend who approached him' was 'not among the five ( 5 ) arrested suspects', and had 'helped arrange' for 'him to meet' the people who had the bonds.
Mr. Payab Shinawatra said he informed the Prime Minister he had been approached, and later contacted crime suppression police, who began an investigation.
The sellers had changed their mind on seeing him, prompting him to inform the police.
Police searched the house of Chai-aree Santiwongchai in Lat Phrao soi 1 for a second ( 2nd ) time Thursday night and said they found more bonds, believed to be counterfeit, pictures and related documents stuffed in a steel box bearing the U.S. seal.
Deputy National Police Chief Pol Gen Sant Sarutanont said task force members would be sent to Provinces where the remaining gang members are believed to be still in hiding.
About 3-years ago some foreigners arrived in Thailand using Thai citizens as intermediaries to attempt selling ( to gullible people ) fake U.S. bonds by claiming they 'legally inherited' them. Prospective victims were shown a document purporting to be a Court Order confirming that the sellers could execute sale of those U.S. bonds.
Deputy National Police Chief Pol Gen Sant Sarutanont said, "On April 10, 2001 the gang tried to sell 70 bonds - each valued at $10,000,000 ( USD ) million - to a Thailand customer who sent him pictures of the bonds. The U.S. American Embassy ( Bangkok, Thailand ) declared them fakes.
Police are still investigating whether the gang had anything to do with the U.S. bonds Senator Chaowarin Latthasaksiri claimed to have recovered from Lijia cave in Kanchanaburi. Senator Chaowarin Latthasaksiri said they were part of a treasure left by Japan troops during World War II.
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[ In RE: ( alias ) William Morales ( immediately below ) ]
Courtesy: Unwanted Publicity Information Group
Source: BANGKOK POST ( Bangkok, Thailand )
Police Quandary Over Charges
Bonds Not Issued, So Fakes Not Counterfeit
by, Wassayos Ngarmkham
April 21, 2001
THAILAND, Bangkok - The investigation into the counterfeit U.S. bonds case took a bizarre twist yesterday when investigators conceded they might not be able to take legal action against any of the five suspects they have arrested.
Bangkok police Crime Suppression Division ( CSD ) sources said the five ( 5 ), who have been under police detention since late last month, have been charged with forgery and fraud.
The sources said a 'legal technicality prevents police from proceeding with the case'.
Investigators were unable to define the bonds, carrying the face value of $24,700,000,000 ( USD ) billion, as a counterfeit product. U.S. officials who were questioned as witnesses had told the CSD the U.S. government 'had never printed bonds of that type', which by legal interpretation, meant the documents 'could not be considered forged'. "This means that we cannot charge them with forgery because they did not do anything which is considered an offence," one of the sources said. He said the investigators had also charged the five ( 5 ) suspects with public fraud, but this could not proceed either since 'no damaged party had lodged a complaint against the suspects'. "There are concerns among the officers involved that they could be sued by the five ( 5 ) suspects if they cannot find legal justifications for the arrest."
William Morales, Jacqueline Enriquez ( 29 ) and Robert Ng ( 43 ) of the Philippines, and Tan Ho Chee ( 40 ) of Singapore and Chai-aree Santiwongchai ( son of a local Chinese-language newspaper tycoon ) were arrested late last month in a sting operation after it was alleged they possessed fake U.S. bonds.
The arrests came in the wake of a claim by Ratchaburi senator Chaowarin Latthasaksiri that a fortune in U.S. bonds was among treasure left inside a cave in Kanchanaburi province by Japan troops after World War II. It later turned out to be a hoax.
The five ( 5 ) suspects are being detained at the Bangkok Special Prison pending the outcome of the investigation.
The CSD will need the public prosecution endorsement if the five ( 5 ) are to be tried in court.
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[ In RE: FREE VIETNAM REVOLUTIONARY GROUP ( FVRG ), GOVERNMENT OF FREE VIET NAM ( GFVN ), Tony Nguyen, Ray Dam, et al. ( immediately below ) ]
Courtesy: Unwanted Publicity Information Group
Source: KYODO NEWS INTERNATIONAL ( Japan )
Asian Economic News
Japanese, Vietnamese Alleged Terrorists Charged
September 3, 2001
PHILIPPINES, Manila - Philippine immigration and police authorities filed criminal charges Monday against a Japanese man and two ( 2 ) Vietnamese men in connection with an alleged plan to bomb the Viet Nam Embassy in Manila.
Makoto Ito and the two ( 2 ) Vietnamese men - Vo Van Duc (aka) Nguyen Vinh Tan ( 41 ), a Vietnamese U.S. citizen, and Huyn Thuan Ngoc ( 42 ), a Vietnamese Switzerland citizen - were charged with violating immigration laws and illegal possession of explosives.
Immigration Commissioner Andrea Domingo told reporters that aside from overstaying in the Philippines, the three ( 3 ) alleged terrorists were also charged for the non-bailable offense of trying to overthrow an established government ( Viet Nam ).
Another suspect, Florinda Estrada-Valderama, a Filipina who allegedly owns the townhouse in San Juan, Manila Metro where the three ( 3 ) suspects were arrested Thursday, has been summoned for police questioning.
Officials indicate that the two ( 2 ) Vietnamese suspects are members of the GOVERNMENT OF FREE VIET NAM ( GFVN ), the political action arm of the militarized underground FREE VIETNAM REVOLUTIONARY GROUP ( FVRG ), that aims to free Viet Nam from communist rule military action .
Japanese suspect Makoto Ito ( 62 ) declared his innocence telling Japan media he, was a retired hotel employee seeking financial ventures in Manila, had met the two ( 2 ) other Vietnamese suspects through another acquaintance - Vietnamese U.S. citizen "Tony" - and was sharing an accommodation with them to save on rent.
[ UPI NOTE: The organization GOVERNMENT OF FREE VIET NAM ( USA ) chairman, Nguyen Huu Chanh, was already in hiding during the time period of these arrests in the Philippines, however he arranged for the aforementioned man "Tony" (aka) Tony Nguyen to become Acting Chairman of the GOVERNMENT OF FREE VIET NAM ( GFVN ) in Garden Grove, California, USA. ]
Makoto Ito said that just like him, his acquaintance [ Tony Nguyen ] was seeking financial opportunities in the Philippines, and that he [ Tony Nguyen ] even showed him [ Makoto Ito ] a photo - of himself [ Tony Nguyen ] standing with former United States of America President William J. Clinton - amongst other photos presented during the press conference.
Makoto Ito - whom immigration and police surveillance showed was with the two ( 2 ) Vietnamese in three ( 3 ) houses they occupied in Metro Manila - is believed to be a financier of the group. Ito said he had been doing a survey for a subway project and researching on possible investment opportunities in a gyro-plane assembly plant when he was arrested along with the other two ( 2 ) suspects. "I'm a former hotel employee. I'm not a terrorist. It's a mistaken arrest," Ito told Japan reporters in an interview.
Earlier Monday, Makoto Ito wept and cowered from cameras when he and the two ( 2 ) Vietnamese men were presented before a press conference at Philippine National Police headquarters. Bomb materials, computers, books, and photos seized from the three ( 3 ) houses occupied by the suspects were also put on display to the media.
The GOVERNMENT OF FREE VIET NAM ( USA ) leader, Nguyen Huu Chanh, is believed to be in hiding and the subject of a manhunt in the Philippines.
In a FAX statement obtained by police, Nguyen H. Chanh admitted the Philippines arrested two ( 2 ) Vietnamese members of the GOVERNMENT OF FREE VIET NAM ( GFVN ) but said the GOVERNMENT OF FREE VIET NAM ( GFVN ) is not a terrorist organization and has no affiliation with the FREE VIETNAM REVOLUTIONARY GROUP ( FVRG ). The statement further read that the GOVERNMENT OF FREE VIET NAM ( GFVN ) is a worldwide organization engaged in liberating Vietnam from communist rule "by any possible means which are NOT against humanity," and went on to say, "GFVN is NOT a terrorist organization. We have never been intended, and never will, [ edited-out by Philippines newspaper ] carry out any terrorist acts," adding that the alleged explosive devices - seized from houses occupied by the three ( 3 ) suspects - "are our technical material which have been used solely in research for possible upcoming operations in Viet Nam."
The Viet Nam Embassy said that Vietnamese U.S. citizen Vo Van Duc (aka) Nguyen Vinh Tan is also wanted in connection with the Vietnam Embassy bomb scare on June 19, 2001 in Bangkok, Thailand.
Nguyen Huu Chanh, leader of the GOVERNMENT OF FREE VIET NAM ( California, USA ), said the Vietnamese U.S. citizen Vo Van Duc (aka) Nguyen Vinh Tan was continuously residing uninterupted in the Philippines since February 21, 2001 and therefore cannot be the same man Bangkok, Thailand police associate with the later Viet Nam Embassy bomb scare on June 19, 2001.
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[ In RE: GOVERNMENT OF FREE VIET NAM ( GFVN ), GFVN Gold Bullion Reserve Certificates, Tony Nguyen, Ray Dam, et al. ( immediately below ) ]
Courtesy: Unwanted Publicity Information Group
Source: THE DILIGIZER BOARD
Subject: Ray C. Dam
Posted By: dinque2121 - Registered User
Posted At: January 12, 2003 / 2:36 a.m.
Whisper, he does travel occasionally. I met him some years ago in Bangkok. At the time he had some of the "Infamous" Soekarno and Marcos GB Certificates.
At the time he was actively involved with Tony Nyugen ( General Secretary of the Government of Free Viet Nam ) and Fred Kirkpatrick, a so-called 5 star General and former Senator from Illinois ( more lies ).
Their stated objectives was to use the Certificates to raise funds for the Government of Free Viet Nam. Tony Nyugen claimed he was going to be the next PM of Vietnam once they had freed Vietnam from Communism. Tony Nyugen's organisation operates out of California and is still sctive.
Also involved was Gary Pierce - possibly "Pearce" - (aka) Gary Poindexter and Cheryl Poindexter of C.S.I. AG, a company that claimed to hold billions of gold reserves in Chile.
They issued Government of Free Vietnam Gold Bullion Reserve Certificates and sold many of them in the Far East. Of course, try to call on them at due date and what have you got, NOTHING. Even the officers have disappeared from the addresses given.
The whole group of these people also printed their own Government of Free Viet Nam currency ( money ) and was selling it to niave Vietnamese on the basis that when they come to power in Vietnam, the money would be full legal tender and they could then claim or use it.
All a very big SCAM with very devious people / parties behind it.
Ray Dam talks well and certainly has education, which is more than I can say for all the others, however WHAT A CROCK.
I just wasted a bit of time. I did not become involved.....fortunately.