Like the 1,000s of other pages of evidence uncovered and descriptions of crimes on this site, this web page is only one part of a massive multi-state entanglement of government corruption and cover-up. See size

Evidence for a Multi-State Entanglement of Crimes and Cover-up.

The exact dates are not always known. The dates provided are approximate and provided to help put matters in perspective.


Evidence only recently uncovered revealed many of the counterfeit 2006 tax credits were previously used by the same and different parties.

Those that examine evidence will see the significance!!
Issue Crimes Occurred(a) Crimes Uncovered(b) View
  • Names redacted in the 1,500 blown-off OTC emails.
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    More specifics for crimes in two states.CY06????
  • Oklahoma crimes. Bank fraud, economic development fraud (tax credits and tax refund), and money laundering.
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  • First State Bank (FSB) Altus OK, Bank Group. Currently involved in crimes in both Oklahoma and Colorado.
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  • Bank of Oklahoma (BOK) and Foxborough were each involved in separate crimes after the FBI and FDIC 2009 cover up. Evidence of these crimes was found in the OTC emails and resulted in FBI threats.
  • 2006????View
  • Election Funding Fraud and the Russian Connection.
  • CY08????View
  • Colorado crimes: Known as Mountain Adventures Properties Investments (MAPI). Bank fraud, economic development fraud (federal tax credits), and money laundering.
  • CY06CY07View
     
    Crimes and cover-up
    In short, multiple forms of evidence prove corruption and contradict federal and state case trials.
    Cover-up. Multiple states, multiple parties, multiple crimes, multiple cover-ups, multiple years.CY05????View
  • Multiple forms of proof for the above and more evidence uncovered by victims but blown-off.
  • CY06????View
  • Multiple uses of the same counterfeit tax credits by the same and different parties during one four-year period. See The Five different ways tax credits are monetized (cashed in).
  • CY06????(3)

    (17)

    (29)
     
    Five different ways used to monetize (cash in and laundered) tax credits, including counterfeit tax credits.
  • The Five different ways
  • CY06???(17)
  • Three of the five ways have been uncovered. But not all using the three ways have been uncovered.
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  • Two of the five ways to monetize tax credits that are yet to be accounted for are Bank Privilege Taxes and Insurance Premium Taxes.
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  • Bank Privilege Tax(17): Tax credits used by banks to avoid paying bank taxes. Banks that are not required to pay state income taxes.
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  • Insurance Premium Tax: Tax credits used by Insurance companies to avoid paying Insurance Premium Taxes. Insurance companies are not required to pay state income taxes.
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  • 1,300 hidden tax credits and tax refunds used off the books in two ways: exchanging tax credits for gross production tax refunds; and insurance companies using them to avoid paying "Insurance Premium Taxes". These represent two of five ways certain (counterfeit) Oklahoma tax credits were monetized.
  • CY06->CY08FY12(14)

    (17)
  • Economic development (bait and switch) investment funding frauds. Both public and private in both Oklahoma and Colorado
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  • More Bait & Switch Investment Fraud Red Flags Oklahoma and Colorado.
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  • FBI banker's frauds, fixes, and framing Oklahoma and Colorado.
  • CY05->????CY06->????View
  • Fraudulent tax credit investment claims included counterfeit (fraudulently obtained) tax credits found in the Confidential Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) emails.
  • CY05->????CY06->????(15)
     
    Corruption and cover-up led to.1982OngoingView
  • Three-ways was mutually contradicting versions of crimes - FBI v FDIC v DOJ.
  • CY09->????CY11->CY17View
  • 30+ related court trial cases evidence in four states.
  • CY08->CY17CY08->CY17View
  • Kangaroo court cases and trials to cover-up the authorities' roles in corruption and prior cover-ups.
  • CY11->CY17CY11->CY1(1.7)
  • Costs Oklahoma taxpayers $5 billion (average annual budget) during one four-year period. More below...
  • CY06->CY11CY07->CY12View
     
    More insight is found in
  • Events Timelines.
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  • Entanglement Diagrams.
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  • Key News Articles.
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    Other evidence blown-off in general:
    Reports, documents, emails, telephone and video logs filed with authorities and mediaCYO6????View
  • Federal bank reports for key banks contradict investment claims by bank subsidiaries. FDIC (bank) and Federal Reserve (bank subsidiaries), and more....
  • CYO6????View
  • SEC stock filings, SEC Form Ds …...
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  • The Altus bank group’s server was confiscated by victims in Colorado. The server contained the Altus bank group’s financial records and emails - proof of crimes in Colorado, Alabama, and Oklahoma (tax credit counterfeiting and authority's cover-up) Altus Bank Group’s financial records.
  • CYO6CYO7 (1.1) (1.4) (1.5)
  • 3,000 emails, telephone, and video logs with names.
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  • 300 FBI and FDIC emails, telephone, and video logs between agents and myself. (1)
  • CYO8CY11View
    1,500 Confidential Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) emails: Emails that included Confidential Tax Letter Rulings (CTLR) that tied different phases (2006 and 2008/9) of certain crimes together and revealed evidence of more crimes. Certain crimes refers to crimes first exposed and covered up in 2006CYO8CY11 (11) View
  • 1,500 Confidential Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) emails.
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  • Confidential Tax Letter Rulings (CTLR) describing schemes found in the Confidential Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) emails. Tied different phases (2006 and 2008) of the crimes together
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  • Fraudulent tax credit investment claims and counterfeit tax credits found in the Confidential Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) emails.
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  • 1,200 mixed bag of related emails and telephone logs between others and myself that were involved, interested, or responsible for evidence.
  • CYO7CY12View

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    More crimes, including fraudulent claims, were filed and uncovered after the 2009 cover-up.   
  • Bank of Oklahoma (BOK) and Foxborough were each involved in separate crimes after the FBI and FDIC 2009 cover up. Evidence of these crimes was found in the OTC emails and resulted in FBI threats.
  • CY09CY10View
  • Corrupted Openbooks hiding 16,000 uses of $3 billion hidden tax credits and tax refunds (18) for 15 of Oklahoma's 63 different tax credit types and three tax refund types (13) during one four-year period, 2006-2009.
  • CYO8CY13View
     
    More specifically, the evidence includes but is not limited to: 
  • $5 billion hidden tax revenue abuse in one four-year period. Approximately the same as Oklahoma's annual budget during this period.
  • FY07->FY10FY14(18)
  • Corrupted Openbooks hiding $3 billion. More above.
  • FY08->FY10FY14View
  • Another $2.1 billion in federal stimulus funds was diverted and drained from Oklahoma's Rainy-Day Fund to cover-up losses.
  • FY10->FY11FY10->FY12View

    (18.2)
     
    Yet to be accounted for are as follows.
  • 500 hidden tax credit investment claims (uncovered separately) involving $625 million tax credits by 25 funds claiming 125 investments for five of Oklahoma's 63 different tax credits types structured for shared private investments and one four-year period. The five are a subset of the 15 addressed in other places.
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    Notes
  • A major complication was the most drastic drop in oil price history (70%) Jul 2008 - Nov 2008.
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  • It involves both economic development fraud (bait and switch investment funding fraud) and election funding fraud. Two of the most politically sacrosanct issues.
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    Notes:

    1. Crimes Occurred. Approximate period different crimes that were uncovered occurred.
    2. Crimes Uncovered. Approximate period evidence was uncovered in parts or in whole.
    Occured Uncovered
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