|The FBI's investigation's roles were withheld were withheld from the FDIC's civil trials and DOJ's criminal trial case. The FBI's telephone logs, travel logs, and expense reports would prove there was no investigation. The FBI's investigation reports could only be what investigating agents reported and what they claimed others and myself told him. The FBI's investigating agent was not a white-collar agent, but supposedly working under a white-collar agent(s). The agents I encountered would not identify the white-collar agents. One name did slip out at one point.|
|Through other means, I learned the names of two white-collar agents in the OKC office at that time. I have the names of three other FBI agents and two FDIC agents.|
|Re Cases involving shared investment funding and common ownership v accountability (28)
The same party had ownership and controlling interest in all three legs in a shared investment fund scheme. They tried to disguise their controlling interest and profits by weaving through different LLCs.|
|Evidence shows that the Altus bank was laundering more money ($432 million minimum) than evidence uncovered for crimes the bank was involved in both Oklahoma and Colorado, ~$150 million.||View|
|03/01/2006||The Altus OK Bank Group, First Bank Altus OK (FSB Altus), and subsidiaries (5), mainly Altus Venture, were setting up a 4,000-acre resort area land development partnership scam in Colorado - Mountain Adventure Investment Properties (MAPI)
A mistake that exposed another mistake that created more illuminating evidence occurred March 30, 2006, when the Tulsa World
revealed Altus Venture LLC was the investment at the center of Oklahoma's "tax credit abuse controversy." Chaparral Energy (9), listed on the stock exchange, had bought $20 million in tax credits from Altus Venture for $10 million and failed to report on SEC filings. Late PM, March 30, 2006, Chaparral Energy shot off an amended filing SEC SP1 reporting their failure. On September 30, 2006, Chaparral Energy reported buying $10 million more tax credits at half price.
$60 million + $30 million + $15 million comes to at least $105 million for one counterfeit $60 million tax credit. Evidence suggests Doughty's associates and family used more during the same period.
- These were fraudulently obtained (counterfeit) tax credits.
- OTC issued $30 million in gross production tax refunds to both Altus Venture and Chaparral Energy for the same tax credits Jan - June 2009.
- Chaparral Energy's following SEC filing thru June 2009, combined with OTC emails, provided a piece of evidence the matching timeline.
|2006 - 2009||Size for one part. Investment claims by 25 funds claiming 125 investors filed 500 investment claims, totaling $2.5 billion, and taking $625 million tax credits (18.1). This was for five of Oklahoma's 63 different tax credit types (16). The five tax credit types structured for shared investment funds, which are more complicated.||View|
|08/07/2007||FSB Altus and Altus Venture's crimes exposed in Colorado (1.5). Evidence included proof of Altus Venture's fraudulent 2006 Oklahoma tax credit investment claims.||View|
|12/31/2007||The wheels started coming off Altus Bank Group's crimes in Oklahoma. QMA was broke a mere 14 months after supposedly receiving $221 million (consider the size and business activity). and the Altus Bank Group started the first of five new scams to keep QMA open longer||View|
|10/01/2008.||Colorado victims found the website Prowlingowl.com, contacted me, and sent their evidence to add to the website. That took until the end of December 2008.
December 28, 2008, one of the victims went to the FBI and IRS in Denver, CO. The Denver FBI immediately launched an investigation.||View|
|Jul to Nov 2008||Unexpected events that created major problems for the payoff.
- The most drastic drop in oil price history, 70%, occurred from July to November 2008 (21).
- This spurred a rash of bank failures (bad loan practices) banking regulators tried to head-off and cover-up.
- Bernie Madoff had to self-expose his own crimes. The SEC was publicly roasted. Banking didn't want to face that.
|11/08/2008||Tax revenue theft,
exposed and covered-up again, to allow theft to continue. QMA prematurely failed for lack of funding two years after the supposedly received a $221 million investment from the Altus Bank Group. Note the small size of the company and business activity. Another reason state law required the Oklahoma Tax Commission to recover the counterfeit 2006 tax credits. Instead, the Oklahoma Tax Commission swapped the counterfeit tax credits (17), some previously used (3)
for gross production tax revenue off-the-books(3). There were other problems, including the most drastic drop in oil price history (21), the pending rash of bank failure, and Madoff's self-exposure that led to the SEC's public roasting.
|Nov 2008 - July 2009||Gross Production Tax Revenue Theft and Problematic Payoff!||View|
|Nov 2008 on||Key OTC employees questioning claims, but ignored!||View|
|01/16/2009||Altus Bank Group came under investigation for crimes in Colorado. Oklahoma area bank regulators and the FBI stole the Colorado investigation, did not investigate, and the FBI framed me as a Confidential Informant (1) (1.3)! The FBI tried to use me as a Colorado dummy pigeon agent to avoid exposure to Colorado victims, witnesses, and evidence. ||View|
|02/28/2009||Regulators warn First State Bank of Altus. ||View|
|06/30/2009||Oklahoma was $1.2 billion in the hole at the end of FY 2009. Total revenue for the 1st Qtr. FY 2010 was only $1.3 billion. ||View|
|07/31/2009||The Altus bank was closed to cover-up (6). Supposedly because the bank was $8 million off-balance. $91 million assets and $99 million liabilities. Bank regulators failed to account for $216 million in the bank's subsidiaries' accounts. The $156 million showing in the bank holding company's Federal Reserve subsidiaries report, and $60 million gross production tax refunds paid Altus Venture during the bank examination, January - July 2009.
|08/1/2009||More cover-up. Oklahoma state authorities trying to cover-up the stolen revenue, starting August 2009, diverted (stole) $2.12 billion from 2009 Federal Stimulus Funds (earmarked for education and children's health care) and drained Oklahoma's Rainy-Day Fund. $2 billion was all the money state authorities could get their hands on, but not enough to keep Oklahoma from experiencing a recessionary tailspin.||subsidiaries' accounts|
|09/15/2009||A state representative obtained the names, amounts, and dates for $643 million in 2006 fraudulent bank loans.||View|
|10/15/2009||OTC caught still swamped trying, to clean up after tax-revenue-theft. A state representative launched as series of three "Open Records Requests" to the Oklahoma Tax Commission, for five of Oklahoma's 63 different tax credit types. The requested included a) missing reports, b) Confidential Tax Letter Rulings, and c) emails. This led to OTC auditors discovering, among other issues, no documentation existed for tax credits, and we later obtained more than 1,500 Confidential Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) emails and confidential tax letter rulings, revealing this information.||
|01/20/2010||BOK $800 million false claims found in OTC emails. The claims filed under 68 2357.7 "Venture Capital Tax Credits" claiming investments made the year after the 68 2357.7 ended. These were fraudulent claims for other reasons. BOK was allowed to use, and BOK usage was reverified after Paul Doughty and F. Don Anderson were indicted in 2015. This was one of two emails I hand-carried to April 28, 2010, meeting with the FBI where the FBI threatened me.||View|
|04/28/2010||1,500 OTC emails and confidential tax letter rulings (Nov 2008 - Apr 2010) were uncovered by a state representative, exposing tax revenue theft, and more. Among other things, the emails revealed tax credits were not documented, and no records were maintained for tax credits used.
Efforts to report evidence found in the OTC emails resulted in FBI threats.||(7)|
|05/01/2010||Letters of testimony from former a president of QMA attesting to the Altus Bank Group's scam. Ignored. This president John Daniel was in charge of QMA during the period Altus Venture's claimed to have invested $221 million in QMA
|05/23/2010||Avondale (Oak Hills), $2 for $1 retroactive tax credits offer exposed. The 2010 tax credit moratorium (misleading the public) allowed time to snatch up unlimited retroactive (2009) tax credits.||View|
|05/23/2010||Evidence reported to various authorities and media led to more FBI threats to silence.||View|
|06/22/2010||FBI Veiled Threat and Server Tie Up Ruse.||View|
|06/24/2010||FBI's failed bribe attempt to frame innocent parties, in Colorado, for appraiser fraud. This was one of three mutually contradicting versions of appraiser fraud (2). More below.||View|
The Oklahoman reported in a series of articles how the Russian connection funded Kevin Calvey's U.S. Congressional election campaign, and possibly 31 other unidentified parties, starting early 2008. The FBI dismissed me as a Confidential Informant.
|03/15/2011||FBI emails March 15 & 16, 2011. Verified FBI confidential informant entrapment.||View|
|5/7/2012||Federal civil trial FDIC v Andrews Davis Law Firm and Attorneys Matthew Griffith and Joe Rockett. Case OKWD 5:11-cv-00686||View|
|5/7/2012||FDIC contradicted the FBI. Later the DOJ would contradict both the FDIC and FBI||View|
|3/18/2014||Federal civil trial FDIC v Edsin LLC and Matthew Griffith Andrews Davis Law Firm Attorney. Case OKWD 5:13 cv 00006||View|
|4/15/2015||Doughty and Anderson indicted. Case OKWD 5:15 cr 00085.||View|
|06/10/2015||Weak Internet Security Leaves FEC Vulnerable to Hackers||View|
|04/13/2016||My efforts to contact FDIC OIG Agent re FBI & FDIC cover-up before June 2016 trial. Ignored.||View|
|06/01/2016||DOJ's Cover-up Trial. Case OKWD 5:15 cr 00085.||View|
|7/1/2016||Doughty convicted by an abused federal jury on 10 counts of bank fraud conspiracy despite the DOJ's bungled (1.7) attempts to undermine its own case. Case OKWD 5:15 cr 00085.||View|
|2010 - 2017||Two-way and three-way contradictions - FBI v DOJ v FDIC - court cases. Diagram.||View|
|08/15/2017||FBI again tries diversionary cover-up of its roles by announcing "Blind eye campaign."||View|
|01/16/2019||Out of Commission: How the Oklahoma Department of Securities Leaked Millions of Files, including FBI that covered the subject period. Ignored.||View|
|04/14/2019||FBI data breaches U.S. (13) that covered the subject period. Ignored.||View|
|Filling in gaps with more timelines.||View|