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
FBI and FDIC agents names and other evidence withheld from the jury in cover-up.
Results of authorities not investigating crimes led to three mutually contradicting versions of the same crime.
FBI v FDIC v DOJ.
- FBI threats and attempted bribery.
- Version 1 of Colorado appraiser fraud. FBI attempted bribery to frame innocent parties in Colorado for appraiser fraud.
- The FBI made threats when I tried to report evidence of Bank of Oklahoma's crimes found in Confidential Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) emails.
- FDIC. OKWD 5:11 cv 01221 FDIC Lawsuit. Re: Pacer
- Sued a law firm for giving a banker bad legal advice for loans in the Colorado straw lot buyer scam.
- Version 2 of Colorado appraiser fraud.
- DOJ. OKWD 5:15 cr 00085 Federal criminal trial. Re: Pacer
- Charged the same banker and his partner with conning one of the same attorneys and others to become involved in Colorado straw lot buyer scam.
- Version 3 of Colorado appraiser fraud.
Names FBI and FDIC agents. All of the below and more were aware the FBI claimed I was a confidential informant. This was one violation of the DOJ's CI program.
- Non-white collar agents I had contact.
- Bradley Thompson, Elk City OK who initially contacted me on behave of the FBI and was my primary contact.
- Andy Farabow, Norman, OK.
- Lee Young, Oklahoma City, OK.
- Debby ????, Norman, OK.
- FBI agents (white-collar) I never met but have reasons to believe one or both were calling the shots for the other agents.
- Steve Katcier, Oklahoma City, OK.
- James Shook, Oklahoma City, OK.
- FDIC agent that claimed to be a FDIC contractor who initially contacted me on behave of the FDIC and bank examiners.
- FDIC OIG agent Dallas TX. I tried to report the situation prior to the June 2016 criminal trial OKWD 5:15 cr 00085.
- Estabon Santana. See email sent View.
- Unknown party with the Oklahoma Attorney General.
Key evidence withheld from the criminal trial
- FBI’s role in the investigation.
- Altus bank groups financial records and emails captured by victims of Colorado crimes.
- 300 FBI and FDIC emails, telephone, and video logs. View
- 1,500 confidential Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) emails included false tax credit investment claims and Confidential Tax Letter Rulings.
- Federal bank reports FDIC and Federal Reserve, for First State Bank Altus, OK, subsidiaries and affiliates.
- FDIC -- Fraudulent loans claimed as investments. View
- Federal Reserve – money laundering. View
- SEC form Ds and stock filings for multiple investment funds. View
- Oklahoma’s Openbooks.
- Three federal court cases OKWD. Other cases in Colorado, Kansas, Oregon, and Oklahoma state courts.
- OKWD 5:11 cv 01221 FDIC Lawsuit. Re: Pacer
- OKWD 5:13 cv 00006 FDIC Lawsuit. Re: Pacer
- OKWD 5:15 cr 00085 Federal criminal trial. Re: Pacer
- FDIC appraisal fraud evidence contradicting the DOJ was filed seven months after the criminal trial.
Partial list of violations of 18 U.S. Code PART I - Crimes And Criminal Procedure
- Chapter 1-General Provisions (§§ 1 - 27)
- Chapter 9-Bankruptcy (§§ 151 - 158)
- Chapter 11-Bribery, Graft, And Conflicts Of Interest (§§ 201 - 227)
- Chapter 13-Civil Rights (§§ 241 - 249)
- Chapter 19-Conspiracy (§§ 371 - 373)
- Chapter 31-Embezzlement And Theft (§§ 641 - 670)
- Chapter 33-Emblems, Insignia, And Names (§§ 700 - 716)
- Chapter 41-Extortion And Threats (§§ 871 - 880)
- Chapter 47-Fraud And False Statements (§§ 1001 - 1040)
- Chapter 63-Mail Fraud And Other Fraud Offenses (§§ 1341 - 1351)
- Chapter 73-Obstruction Of Justice (§§ 1501 - 1521)
- Chapter 77-Peonage, Slavery, And Trafficking In Persons (§§ 1581 - 1597)
- Chapter 79-Perjury (§§ 1621 - 1623)
- Chapter 95-Racketeering (§§ 1951 - 1960)
- Chapter 96-Racketeer Influenced And Corrupt Organizations (§§ 1961 - 1968)
- Chapter 101-Records And Reports (§§ 2071 - 2076)