Georges Marciano for Governor of California 2010

June 9, 2009

Los Angeles FBI: This Case is the same as case Judge Elizabeth White Dismissed.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Georges Marciano @ 1:46 am


                                Why would Judge Elizabeth White dismiss a case that is the same as one being prosecuted by the Los Angeles FBI?

                                 This is an Obstruction of Justice against the citizens of the State of California and the United States of America.

                                 The Case BC375824        Georges Marciano   vs.   Joseph Fahs

                                  the case is posted on this site and is public record. 

                                       The Case below is from the FBI site:

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Department of Justice Press Release

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For Immediate Release
May 5, 2009
United States Attorney’s Office
Central District of California
Contact: (213) 894-2434
Downey Man Convicted of Bribing Bank Manager and Falsifying Bank RecordsA Mexican national who ran an investment scheme that targeted the Hispanic community in East Los Angeles was found guilty this afternoon of bribing a bank manager to falsify bank records and release holds on millions of dollars in checks that he deposited at the bank.

Juan Rangel, 45, was convicted of bribing a bank official, conspiring to falsify bank records and two counts of falsifying bank reports.

The evidence presented during a week-long trial in United States District Court in Los Angeles showed that Rangel secretly paid a branch manager at Bank of America to falsify bank documents – documents that he later used to induce lending companies to approve mortgages for “straw borrowers” who were not actually buying the properties. As a result, lending companies approved more than $1 million in loans. Rangel also paid the branch manager for other special services at the bank, including releasing holds that the bank was putting on checks for hundreds of thousands of dollars that he regularly deposited. Rangel also asked the bank manager not to file Currency Transaction Reports with the government, which are required by law for all cash transactions over $10,000.

Rangel owned and operated Financial Plus Investments, which was based in Commerce, California. According to court documents, Financial Plus advertised heavily in Spanish-language media, such as the Rangel-backed magazine “Si,” on radio and television, and Spanish-language flyers. One of the flyers advertised Financial Plus Investment’s programs, promising investors a 100 percent annual return on their investments. The advertisements assured potential investors that investments were protected and explained that their money would be backed by “titles of property.” Former Financial Plus employees, as well as investor victims, estimate that there were between 600 to 800 investors in Financial Plus. The company closed its doors on July 25, 2008.

As a result of today’s guilty verdict, Rangel faces a statutory maximum sentence of 95 years in federal prison. Rangel is scheduled to be sentenced by United States District Judge George H. King on August 3.

The case against Rangel is part of an ongoing criminal investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the United States Postal Inspection Service and IRS-Criminal lnvestigation.


Assistant United States Attorney James A. Bowman
Major Frauds Section
(213) 894-2213

Assistant United States Attorney Stephen I. Goorvitch
Major Frauds Section
(213) 894-2476

Release No. 09-058

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