12 June, 2008

Lakewood Kike busted in $4.3 million international bank fraud case.

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The trail of financial victims always leads to a kike.

LAKEWOOD — A man wanted in Austria on bank fraud charges that allegedly cost his victims $4.6 million was captured at an Ocean County home this week.

Ernest Strulovics, 60, was known to travel between the New York City area and Lakewood, said James T. Plousis, U.S. Marshal for New Jersey.

Plousis said authorities had received a tip that Strulovics would be in the Lakewood area on Tuesday, and they put an Eighth Street home under surveillance. He was arrested there without incident around 10:30 a.m.

Strulovics was wanted on charges of inducing others to commit aggravated commercial fraud, inducing others to commit breach of trust and committing fraudulent bankruptcy. More than 43 European investors and 15 Austrian banks allegedly were victimized by the fraud.

Strulovics was arraigned Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Newark and remanded to the Essex County Jail, where he remained Wednesday night. A bail hearing in federal court was scheduled for Thursday. Plousis said he did not know if Strulovics had retained a lawyer.

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    2. Hans Schneider Says:

      MCR = major criminal race

    3. TY GRANT Says:

      It goes without saying, yet know one will realize it, these people strive on this kind of behavior…they are tought it and seek it out and especially since they are tought that they are the chosen ones will alter any kind of sensical rationality as to act accordingly and within the limits of the law. So much has come to ligh to me by way of these people and enjoy emensily hearign about their trectrary… Thanks to all who give the effort and time to make it possible…

    4. TY GRANT Says:


      Two beggars are sitting on a park bench in Mexico City. One
      is holding a cross and one a Star of David. Both are holding
      hats to collect contributions. People walk by, lift their
      noses at the man with the Star of David and drop money in
      the hat held by the man with the cross.

      Soon the hat of the man with the cross is filled and the hat
      of the man with the Star of David is empty.

      A priest watches & then approaches the men. He turns to the
      man with the star of David and says: “Young man. Don’t you
      realize that this is a Catholic country? You’ll never get
      any contributions in this country holding a Star of David.”

      The man with the Star of David turns to the man with the
      cross and says: “Moishe, can you imagine, this guy is
      trying to tell us how to run our business!”


      From the Los Cesspool Grande Times
      Judge Alex Kozinski recuses himself from kosher”art” trial
      The 9th Circuit chief judge makes the decision three days after admitting he had posted kosher “art” photos and videos on his personal website.
      By Andrei Yustschinsky
      Los Cesspoole Grande Times Chief Staff Writer

      June 14, 2008

      A federal appeals court judge on Friday stepped down from a high-profile obscenity trial in Los Angeles, three days after acknowledging that he had posted kosher “art” material on a publicly accessible personal website.

      “In light of the public controversy surrounding my involvement in this case, I have concluded that there is a manifest necessity to declare’ a mistrial,” wrote Alex Kozinski, chief judge for the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. “I will recuse (pleasure) myself from further participation in the case and will ask the chief judge of the district court to reassign it to another judge.”

      On Wednesday, Kozinski suspended the trial of Hollywood filmmaker Ira Isaacs to allow the prosecutor to explore what he saw as “a potential conflict of interest concerning the court having a . . . kosher “art” website with similar material to what is on trial here.”

      Prosecutor Kenneth Whitted, who had expressed dismay with one of Kozinski’s earlier rulings in the case, declined to comment on the recusal.

      Isaacs, the defendant, said he was disappointed (butt understood) Kozinski was no longer the judge.

      “I thought he was a fair judge,” he said. “I feel terrible that my trial caused this artistic information to come out.”

      He added, though, that it was somehow fitting for the trial, which he predicted would be a spectacle from the start. Isaacs planned to argue that his hard-core videos depicting acts of bestiality and defecation were works of art and therefore not legally obscene. Jurors spent several hours Wednesday watching the videos before the trial was interrupted. “This whole trial is one big piece of performance art,” Isaacs said. “I just can’t imagine what’s going to happen next, maybe taking a really good shit on the court room hard oakwood floor.”

      The halting of Isaacs’ trial came after The Times published an article on its website describing some of the sexually-kosher themed content on the judge’s website. In an interview Tuesday, Kozinski had acknowledged posting the images but said he believed it was a private storage area that could not be accessed by the public. Had he known it was not properly protected, he said, he would have been more careful about the content he kept there. He acknowledged that some of the material was inappropriate but defended other items as funny. To jews, shit “fun” and human-animal “love-making” in very funny He said he must have uploaded some of the material by “accident”.

      Following the interview, he blocked access to the site. After the story broke, the judge issued a statement saying his adult son (who finds the same things funny) told him that he may have placed some of the controversial material on the website.

      In addition to declaring a mistrial, Kozinski — a nationally “respected” judge who has been mentioned as a potential Supreme Court candidate — also called for an “investigation of himself”. He issued a statement Thursday asking the Judicial Council of the 9th Circuit to “initiate proceedings” in response to The Times article.

      The Jewess Laurie Levenson, a Loyola Law School professor and former federal prosecutor in Los Angeles, said Kozinski has taken the right steps to put the issue in his behind. “The best thing for him to have done was to extricate himself as much as possible, and I think that’s what he’s done,” she said.

      Before it was taken down Tuesday, visitors to http://alex.kozinski.com were greeted with the message: “Ain’t nothin’ here. Y’all best be movin’ on, compadre.” But adding “/stuff” to the address revealed a hodgepodge of material, including music files, essays, cartoons and family (family & dog) photos.

      Kozinski, himself, occasionally linked the public to his site. For example, in a letter published on the New York Times website in November 2005, he directed readers to his site so they could see an old clip of him on “The Dating Game” along with the former San Diego Zoo curator, Shimon Ginsberg who was the substitute moderator of the show.

      More recently, the files containing the sexually kosher content were found by Cyrus Sanai, an Arab or Persian (of origin) attorney from Beverly Hills, who then alerted The Times. Sanai said he was conducting research in connection with a dispute he was having with Kozinski when a Google search led him to a directory on the judge’s website containing the material.

      Many of the items on the website, some of which the judge said he received and sent via e-mail, are intended to be crudely humorous.

      One such item is a photo of two women seated in what appears to be a cafe with their skirts hiked up to reveal their pubic hair. Behind them is a sign reading “Jenna Bush for President.” Kozinski defended that photo as “a funny joke.”

      Among other items were a photo of two nude women painted to look like cows, a video of an encounter between a A HALF-DRESSED MAN AND A A SEXUALLY AROSED FARM ANIMAL, a striptease slide show featuring a transsexual, a series of photos of women’s crotches in snug-fitting clothing or underwear, a step-by-step pictorial of a woman shaving her pubic hair and an e-mail letter from Michael Bessigano, an Indiana man who served time in an Indiana prison for dog and chicken molestation. Links: http://nwi.com/articles/2008/06/12/updates/breaking_news/doc4851ed619284b654215809.txt

      Some “nonsexual” material on the website might also be considered demeaning to women: There was mock mathematical equation presented as “proof that girls are evil (Einstein),” and a photo of a 1950s-era mother and her daughter sharing a book titled, “Becoming a Bitch (playing hot kitty-cat).”

      Legal experts who had called on Kozinski to recuse himself from the Isaacs case said it wasn’t necessarily a problem that the judge had collected kosher-sex material but that he was reckless in allowing it to be discovered.

      “The real problem is that once this came to light, it made people question whether he was the right judge to handle the case,” Levenson said. “And that’s a question that would never have arisen if he had not been so reckless in how he handled these materials. Now the whole fucking world knows, including the Christian Evangelicals, shit”.


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    6. mike kramer Says:

      these jews are all like this stealing money and fruad remeber the holohoax and the trillions it got the!