55,000 top corporate and institutional leaders were, one at a time AND repeatedly
scammed out of tens of millions of dollars,
When a company the size of Reed Elsevier gets busy, look out!
With a single swoop, Who's Who Worldwide Registry, the executive networking organization of 72,000 corporate and
institutional leaders... disappeared. It would seem beyond the pale of credibility that such
an enormous establishment could vanish with not a ripple in the instantly-alert U.S. media. Due process appears sporadically in this case. Reed Elsevier, owner of so many corporate, financial, medical, legal, and judicial crown jewels, did not like being a distant second amongst America's 1,700 or more Who's Who organizations.
Although involving one of the longest criminal trials of the past 200 years, and many tens of millions of dollars,
you haven't heard about it because of a strictly-enforced news blackout.
The US Gov't alleged that one man, his accountant, and six employees personally scammed
of the best and brightest in every field of America...
ONE AT A TIME... ... and that each of these brilliant people, including 28,000 of our Fortune 1000 CEO's, Chairmen of the Boards,
and top V.P.'s, were ripped off REPEATEDLY for seven years!!
Yet, not a word on TV or radio, not a word in the New York Times or Washington Post or any other major news outlet online or off. Is this possible?
Brain surgeons and billionaires, Prime Ministers and Presidential physicians...
the corporate and institutional leaders of this generation, all alleged victims,
yet never a public word. Impossible? Ah, the power of corporate money.
Sumner Redstone, Georgette Mosbacher, Joseph Barbera, Arnold Langbo, Robert DiNicola, John Leonis, and so many tens of thousands of other
obviously happy members of Who's Who Worldwide -- ('obviously' because 40,000 members upgraded and/or renewed their memberships
over a period of seven years)-- were all stripped of their membership in the WWW Registry Executive Club -- in a single day --
at the behest of Reed Elsevier, the world's largest, richest, most powerful media, legal, and scientific publishers. Reed Elsevier, as you may know, owns Lexis Nexis, Martindale-Hubbel, and hundreds of other companies, including Marquis Who's Who. Reed Elsevier simply hated
Who's Who Worldwide Registry coming along and making a laughingstock of Marquis Who's Who, with its subscriber list of about 10,000.
In less than eight years, Who's Who Worldwide became the undisputed leader in its industry, more than
seventy-four thousand members strong, and Reed Elsevier determined
to eliminate the competition by whatever means necessary, not excluding the illicit or corrupt.
Unlike nine of the top magazine clearinghouses, drug companies, tobacco companies and Publisher's Clearinghouse, each of which have been fined TENS of millions of dollars,
yet never losing a day of business; no one ever arrested even when these companies admit to deceiving people on enormous scales, WWW Registry
was closed in a single day, with never a warning, even when the mysteriously missing Postal Inspector personally came by and gave his blessings to the Publisher of Who's Who Worldwide.
Just two months later, he arrested that same publisher and disappeared.
What compels even a skeptical mind is that
the precise business practices for which the government closed Who's Who Worldwide are the identical innovations and practices engaged in by Reed Elsevier SUBSEQUENT to the closing of Who's Who Worldwide!
Now, can anyone tell us whether Reed Elsevier has been closed, or its officers and employees arrested for these identical business practices? That's right:
not a dime in fines, not a word of government disapprobation, not a day's business lost. Such is the result of corruption and bribery within our own shores from the foreign-based,
multinational juggernaut called Reed Elsevier. Their business fingers are in every legal corner of America. Their power, backed by billions of dollars, remains unchecked.
It's clear that Reed Elsevier had to have help from numerous government influences, beginning with weasel-like U.S. Postal Inspector named
Martin Biegelman, and reaching higher and higher into the judicial and executive branches.
The trial transcript speaks for itself, one exculpatory item after another,
demanding an innocent finding.
Believe it or not, the Postal Service was able to place two of its employees on the jury. From there it gets worse: even after juror complaints of undue and improper influence, the judge refused to hear it. In open court, on the record, he told one juror who was in tears over the tainted process, "I don't wan't to hear it!."
One defense attorney even asked the jury outright, on the record, to find his client
You read that correctly. There were no caveats, or maybe's, or "if you's..."
Just a simple, plain request that the jury find his client guilty, at which point the attorney sat down,
leaving the courtroom silent and stunned. Not a word of protest from any of the other nine defense attorneys present, all in the employ and pay of the federal government. When the client tried to fire him, the judge refused, even to the point of intimidating, and indirectly threatening the defendant.
We can go on and on, but it's always best to let the trial record speak for itself, right?
The links below lead to the transcripts themselves, at least those that were obtainable, as the nine attorneys refused to provide the defendants with a complete transcript, not in print, not on disk. 12,000+ pages of trial transcript, and you never heard of this trial, did you?
Fifty million dollars allegedly defrauded out of the sharpest, brightest, most successful men and women of America, repeatedly -- and you never heard a word, did you?
One of the defendants, thrilled at working at the Who's Who Worldwide Registry, produced the documents linked at the Masters and Millionaires link
here and at the bottom of the page, produced
as a result of his 5,200 interviews, individual interviews, with America's best and brightest minds. We hope you'll benefit from them. We already know you have
the brains to understand; the question is not what you know, rather, what you do with what you know. You cannot build a reputation based on what you're going to do.
Henry Ford is credited with creating that phrase, and it's a biggie, because it applies
to you personally. You cannot build a reputation based on what you're going to do.
Everything else is chatter.
NOTE: This trial was exceptionally long. Some pages may take a few moments to load.
The Incredible list of alleged victims
Tiny sampling of Managing Directors
Absolute power corrupts absolutely.
Although this site is being replicated on servers all around the world, there will be little surprise in seeing them disappear one by one, as Reed Elsevier and their hired
government 'employees' find them, and erase them.
The only question remaining is, which one reporter in the U.S. has the courage to investigate and report this story? It certainly won't be the larger TV newsmagazines...
two of them began... and were silenced.
There is, I think, an essential difference of character in mankind, between those who wish to do,
and those who wish to have certain things. I observe persons expressing a great desire
to possess fine horses, hounds, dress, equipage, etc, and an envy of those who have them.
I myself have no such feeling, nor the least ambition to shine, except by doing something better than others. I have the love of power, but not of property. I should like to be able to outstrip a greyhound in speed;
but I should be ashamed to take any merit to myself from possessing the fleetest greyhound in the world. I cannot transfer my personal identity from myself to what I merely call mine.
The generality of mankind are contented to be estimated by what they possess, instead of what they are.
William Hazlitt 1778-1830
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