issue 13


Daily Mail reports: “Neil McCormick, the head of UBS’s Asia Derivatives Unit, jumped to his death in London after ingesting cocaine at a party … thrown in his honor … After walking around mumbling … ‘guys don’t do this to me’.” M1 We have reported numerous ‘suicides’ of UBS clients, investors and now employees. It is obvious something UBS was on his mind that his ethics could not handle. He had to escape with cocaine and then UBS’s ultimate sacrifice. We wonder who won the alleged UBS suicide raffle (see Issue 11).


Palm Beach Post reports: “Dan Doorakian, an up-and-comer at the white-gloves business law firm of Moyle Flanigan in West Palm Beach, ran into a couple of roadblocks on his way to the top. … Doorakian, who once represented Wellington show-jumping boss Mark Bellissimo … For some reason, Doorakian wore the same T-shirt in both his mug shots.” M2


Office Address: — 625 North Flagler Drive  —  9th FloorWest Palm Beach, Florida 33401-4025 — Post Office Delivery P.O. Box 3888,  West Palm Beach, Florida 33402-388 —Telephone (561) 659- 7500 — Facsimile: (561) 659-1789

Why not try calling or faxing the above prestigious Florida law firm and see what happens? Dan Doorakian of the above law firm has allegedly been associated with Mr Anthony J (aka AJ) Borrelli, a lawyer for the prestigious Riker Danzig, Morristown, New Jersey law firm. Anthony has allegedly been associated with Craig Darvin, UBS Associate General Counsel currently participating in Hicks v UBS now before the Utah Supreme Court. Partner Dan Doorakian has been arrested in various recent mishaps with Florida legal authorities resulting in vomiting and excreting in his pants, among other things. See the below Palm Beach Post for the complete article.

Pressure was being put on Doorakian regarding UBS. Dan gives a literal meaning to UBS out-house lawyers like Anthony Borrelli, if they follow suit. Mr Borrelli and Mr Darvin have allegedly refused to tell the whereabouts of either Mr Doorakian or Mark Boinavich (sp) whose UBS telephone also went unanswered (See Issue 9). Neither prestigious Quinney & Nebeker Utah law firm attorneys representing Thomas Hicks III within the Utah Supreme Court nor the Utah Supreme Court itself will acknowledge any UBS United States Federal violations or other malfeasance in these and other onerous matters regarding either Hicks v UBS (Case # 20100186) or UBS v Mallard (Case # 080926075). United States Federal violations noted within UBS v Mallard (Case #080926075) and accompanying exhibits were sent via registered mail to the Utah Supreme Court eliminating the plausibility of denial. Quinney recruited the two lawyers representing Thomas Hicks and controversial US Attorney Brent Tolman sometime during the litigation. Whereabouts of the Hicks v UBS case was not in the mandatory Salt Lake City, Utah 1st floor court public records despite repeated attempts to find it by investigators. Hicks v UBS was finally found in the Utah Supreme Court by investigators perusing Borrelli documents. This could not have been mistake or inadvertence because archive clerks on the 1st floor genuinely attempted to find Hicks v UBS on several occasions. Thomas Hicks III has a right to know of documents favoring his position presently being kept from him. How can the Utah Supreme Court knowingly allow lawyers implicated in obstruction of United States Federal justice and fraud upon the Utah court in UBS v Mallard within the Utah 3rd District Court on the 4th floor at the same time defend UBS in Hicks v UBS (Case #20100186) within the Utah Supreme Court on the 5th floor?


Among other United States Federally mandated documents, Utah 3rd District Court will not recognize the above Florida registered deed as a genuine material existing fact. UBS allegedly decided the mortgage inhibited UBS’s unauthorized offshore and crossover transfers of client account liquid assets. Utah 3rd District Court successfully allowed UBS Utah and New Jersey lawyers to argue the nonexistence of the above Florida mortgage without either a Florida legal or real estate license. These same lawyers are now before the Utah Supreme Court representing UBS against an unknowing Thomas Hicks III.


UBS Assistant General Counsel Craig Darvin terminated the credit line ($100,000)/mortgage ($450,000) contract between Florida senior citizen Client and UBS after Client witnessed purging of entire UBS Laurel New Jersey mortgage department and disappearance of United States Federally mandated documents. This act was allegedly implemented in expectation of the successful Swiss and AIG counterparty bailouts. Despite Florida senior Client repeated calls to the new mortgage department personnel (866-536-3827), UBS will not divulge any of the Florida senior Client mortgage documents Darvin iterates (See above). The Utah 3rd District Court refused to recognize the above UBS Darvin email as a genuine material existing fact.


UBS AG, allegedly under the auspices of fugitive from US Justice UBS Chairman Raoul Weil, purchased a UBS Utah Industrial Bank. This was implemented because the Utah Industrial Bank lobby (Issue 13) has suspiciously kept these controversial Utah banks without any United States Federal Reserve regulation. This has allowed them a competitive advantage over federally regulated national banks. It has also provided a conduit for unauthorized money and US Federal document laundering (Issue 9) at the expense of, among other things, US national as well as international security (Issue 12). FDIC Administrator and Utah Commissioner of Financial Institutions (Issues 11 & 13) are the regulators turning the preverbal blind eye and deaf ear while coveting a plausibility of denial. UBS AG deviously changed the UBS Utah Industrial Bank name to UBS Bank USA, allegedly to further defraud would be US and international clients into thinking it was a US Federally regulated national bank. Within both their Utah 3rd District Court (see UBS v Mallard case # 080926075) as well as the Utah Federal District Court (see UBS Bank USA v Andre Hawit case # 2:09CV32DAK) UBS Bank USA is continually allowed to represent itself as a US Federally regulated national bank to the world.

UTAH STATE BAR GIVES IMMUNITY IN PERPITUITY TO CONTROVERSIAL LAWYER reports: “January 5, 2010 Florida UBS senior citizen client sent a registered letter asking that the Utah Bar mediate saying: “I appreciate very much that your office has such a capability for the unknowing legal Client. It is refreshing that a Client can have a third party mediate any misunderstandings before they become serious.” The Florida Senior citizen’s lawyer abandoned him with a withdrawal letter of October 23, 2009 but unaccepted by Utah 3rd District Court at that time. Shortly after, Utah 3rd District Court struck the Florida senior citizen plea letter for customary assistance. At the same time UBS started sending a flurry of Certified Motions to the Florida senior citizen as if he was representing himself. In a quandary, Florida senior wanted the Utah Bar to mediate to urge the contracted representation continue. Typically, a state bar only investigates grievances that are brought to their attention via a complaint. In this instance, the Utah State Bar has not done it. Complaints may concern ethical violations that clients feel the lawyer has committed. Other practicing lawyers can also file complaints. Common consumer complaints include: Failure of the lawyer to communicate with the client Failure of the lawyer to safeguard client property Conflict of interest Misrepresentation All of these infractions as well as United States Federal violations can be proven beyond any reasonable doubt via readily available documents, exhibits and emails submitted to the Utah 3rd District Court. It is assumed this is why the Utah State Bar and overseer Utah Supreme Court does not want these matters divulged, hence immunity. Florida senior citizen lawyer working the UBS v Mallard Utah 3rd District Court case was given immunity from any and all complaints with accompanying irrefutable evidence in perpetuity by the Utah Bar (See below). Investigators found other instances of Utah case abandonment strategy prevalent within Utah 3rd District Court archives. The Utah State Bar letter is considered bazaar, but conforms to other mentioned UBS malfeasance. Utah Supreme Court as overseer of Utah State Bar has acknowledged the letter as well as accompanying documents but said they will not act. UBS Utah Industrial Bank Federal and state violations have never before been documented for international media. UBS Utah Industrial Bank as well as Utah 3rd District (4th floor), Appeals (5th floor) and Utah Supreme Courts (5th floor) do not have any plausibility of denial.” M3  The same UBS lawyers allegedly violating United States Federal law and committing fraud upon Utah 3rd District Court (4th floor) UBS V Mallard (Case #080926075) are at this moment representing UBS in the Supreme Court (5th floor) Hicks v UBS (Case # 20100186). This eliminates any mistake, inadvertence or plausibility of denial by the Utah Supreme Court of malfeasance occurrences. The United States Internal Revenue (IRS) is presently scrutinizing the Utah 3rd District Court UBS v Mallard case striking, purging and summarily dismissing Utah public court record documents and accompanying exhibits that enumerate unreported severe IRS Federal violations.


Utah State Bar reports: “Regarding his advice about recording a conversation, (Utah Respondent) indicated he did advise you to buy a recording device and record a conversation with a potential (Florida) witness in your case (UBS Client representative). He did not, however advise you to commit a crime. Further, it is (Utah Respondents) understanding that although Florida requires both parties to consent to the recording, there is an exception for recordings when the parties do not have reasonable expectation of privacy – such as when they are in a public place. Further, shortly after sending you the email regarding the recording, (Utah Respondent) spoke to you and clarified his advice and suggested that you may wish to consult a Florida attorney. Sharadee Fleming, Assistant Counsel, Office of (Utah) Professional Conduct” M4  This is but one carefully crafted but sophomoric Utah Bar fabrication on its face. The interstate crime was admitted by Utah Respondent attorney in email evidence. The Utah Respondent did not submit any documentation on his behalf, not even easily accessible telephone bills on any Complainant telephone conversation. There were none because the Complainant earlier ordered the Utah Respondent attorney to only communicate via email with Utah Bar unlicensed UBS New Jersey Riker Danzig Law Firm lawyers Michael W Starr and Anthony J Borelli, Utah Judiciary et al. Respondent dutifully complied with all archived emails. A University of Utah Quinney Law reliable source has said it is well known Utah lawyers consider California and Florida elderly easy prey since there is no effective enforcement protecting their elderly. UBS AG and prior Chairman Raoul Weil have been successful manipulating Florida Federal and state courts.


Chair of the Ethics and Discipline Committee of the Utah Supreme Court reports: “The Vice Chair (Catherine L Brabson) has reviewed the submissions and material contained in the file … selected pleadings in the case filed by UBS against Complainant, … The Complainant alleges that Respondent advised him to ‘commit a criminal act’ when he suggested that he buy an audio recorder and record conversations with a witness in Florida, because Florida is a two party consent state. While the Respondent does not deny sending the email with suggestion, the Respondent further clarified his advice regarding an exception under Florida law where the parties do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy, such as in a public place. Respondent referred Complainant to a website which detailed this exception and advised him to consult a Florida attorney. … After de novo review of the file, the Vice-Chair agrees with OPC’s evaluation of the case and finds that OPC did not abuse its discretion in dismissing the Complaint’s verified Informal Complaint. Therefore, the dismissal is affirmed.’ Ethics and Discipline Committee By: Catherine L Brabson, Vice Chair” M5  Complainant ordered all above noted communications regarding the case be in email or letter form, including those with the Complainant client. There are many archived emails. There were no Respondent telephone records presented by Respondent as Utah Bar evidence, because there were none.


Below is one of several self explanatory Complainant recorded email’s with Attorney L Catherine Brabson. Defendant did not know of an Attorney Brabson Utah Bar affiliation at the time. January 13, 2010 Dear Attorney Brabson: Below is an action brought by UBS Utah Industrial Bank in the 3rd district Court.  The successfully submitted UBS Utah Industrial Bank credit line agreement part contradicts that given to Defendant at the command of forthright UBS AG (Switzerland) Group Executive Board Chairman Kaspar Villiger. UBS Utah Industrial Bank has now submitted the enclosed Ex Parte Motion for a closed telephone conference without anyone clearly  representing the interest of the Defendant.  The Palm Beach, Florida Defendant has not received any information from the 3rd District Court as to when this conference will occur. Funding of this and the probable appeal will be no problem.    I wait to hear from you.

Exhibit EEE graph


Utah 3rd District (4th floor), Appeals (5th floor) and Supreme (5th floor) Courts are delighted with their pamphlet emphasizing their success at processing primarily Utah Industrial Bank out-of-state client victims via onerous judicial scenarios. The graph is but one depiction of the rewards gleaned from suffering Utah Industrial Bank client victims. Investigators could not find one case where either UBS or Lehman Industrial Banks did not prevail against harvested out-of-state client victims. As noted in prior issues, this is a big money maker for Salt Lake City lawyers and bureaucrats.


Utah CEO Magazine reports: “Along with Mormons and the 2002 Winter Olympics, Utah is known for securities fraud. ‘For good or bad, deserved or undeserved, Utah has a national reputation for being a center of securities fraud,’ notes Kevin Timken, a securities attorney at Kruse Landa Maycock & Ricks, LLC (KLM&R). In fact, Utah is the smallest state to have its own office of the Securities and Exchange Commission. … Both Federal and state laws have provisions that say that it is unlawful to sell securities with a material misstatement or omission of a material fact…. You must be both accurate and complete, … A failure to comply with applicable securities laws could result in civil and possibly criminal charges, as well as civil lawsuits from investors seeking damages and a return of invested money.” M6 UBS AG wholly owns UBS Utah Industrial Bank but they call it UBS Bank USA to confuse unwitting national clients into thinking it is a Federal Reserve regulated national bank. At no place on any UBS contract does it say UBS Bank USA is a Utah Bank with no Federal agency regulation. UBS Utah Industrial Bank’s cozy special relationship with the Utah 3rd District Court is well known and exposed within these issues. Utah 3rd District Court is documented within UBS v Mallard (Case # 080926075) as laundering UBS fraudulent unverified United States Federally mandated documents (See Issues 9 & 12) as well as unauthorized UBS offshore wire transfers (See Issue 9) and account asset crossover shifting (See Issue 12). Utah 3rd District Court has colluded with UBS lawyers in a successful attempt to sanitize by striking, purging or summarily dismissing UBS v Mallard (case 080926075) of any obstruction of United States Federal Justice. This is a clear breach of United States national, if not international security. Utah Supreme Court has had to acknowledge these events via Federally registered mail but has refused to take action against the same UBS lawyers currently before the Utah Supreme Court in Hicks v UBS (Case # 20100186)

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George Sutton flanked by his Utah team working Washington.


American Banker reports: ” ‘The issues surrounding banking and commerce are really political, and if you look outside of the political sphere … and look at the financial markets and the banking industry today, it’s clear that separating banking and commerce is an antiquated and outdated notion,’ said former Utah Banking Commissioner George Sutton, who as an attorney at Jones Waldo Holbrook & McDonough PC in Salt Lake City has represented companies trying to enter the banking business through industrial loan charters.” M7 This Utah Industrial Bank statement speaks for itself. How can Washington internationally justify keeping Utah Industrial Banks any longer? We know they are both the laughing stock and concern of the international banking community compounding the United States to 3rd World status.


George Sutton says:  “Over the past 20 years, the current generation of (Utah) industrial banks has developed into one of the strongest, safest and soundest group of banks that ever existed.” M8 This Sutton statement was both prophetic and pathetic. Two years hence Utah Industrial Bank international owners like UBS and Lehman were prime players in devastating the international financial system.

UTAH INDUSTRIAL BANK PITCHMEN GIVE CEO THE PITCH reports: “Independently, a nationally renown CEO queried Utah/Washington Utah Industrial Bank facilitators. He was given a sales promotion by Utah pitchmen as to the merits of purchasing an available Utah Industrial Bank. A point of interest alluded to by the Utah pitchmen was the soundness of the investment. Among other things, but not necessary all, alleged competitive advantages were: Firstly, Utah Commissioner of Financial Institutions office would blunt detrimental complaints. Secondly, FDIC enforcement is kept to a minimum allowing Utah Industrial Banks leeway. Thirdly, the relationship with Utah Judiciary will insure favorable judgments. Fourthly, there are many Utah BYU (Brigham Young University) grads in high bureaucratic positions within Washington willing to assist. Fifthly, (overt and covert) Washington lobbyists assure Utah Industrial Banks will continue without any United States Federal banking agency regulation. Utah Industrial banks have been impervious to United States Federal law incursions since their inception.” M9  This scenario fits well with what the senior citizen has been experiencing in Utah. It also conforms to what media has been reporting within the citations throughout our issues. Alleged international criminal oligarch clients of UBS AG can easily obtain forged Federal documents and accounts within UBS Utah Industrial Bank. UBS never verified Federally mandated Florida senior citizen documents (See Issues 9 & 12). The Utah 3rd District Court accepted them as true although UBS gave a fictitious address and two social security numbers. UBS launders fraudulent Federally mandated documents through the Utah 3rd District Court. This and other UBS fraud was further not only condoned but aided and abetted by the Utah Salt Lake City Courthouse on the 4th floor in UBS v Mallard (Case # 080926075). The Utah 3rd District Court denied due process under the law, especially all discovery. The Court then obstructed justice by striking, purging and summarily dismissing Utah public court records on the 1st floor of any and all UBS Federal violation submissions. We now see the Utah Supreme Court on the 5th floor ignore and dispose of these registered mail documents and exhibits showing United States Federal violations. Utah Supreme Court is now hearing Hicks v UBS (Case # 20100186) with the same lawyers representing UBS who have been instrumental in fraud upon the Utah 3rd District Court by aiding and abetting UBS Federal violations. UBS v Mallard repeatedly says this behavior is a direct threat to international security. There is no Utah judicial plausibility of denial in this obstruction of United States Federal justice.


Letters to the Editor:

Dear Editor: The church (Mormon) is obligated to speak out about morality, and that sometimes places them into what is a political process (for example, gay marriage), but politics makes people in the church feel dirty and they simply do not like it. Career politicians in the church always end up out of step with the church. … They are also generally naive and believe everyone is honest or at least everyone wants to be good. In fact, Utah is known as the swindle state because so many con men come to prey upon the little sheep of the LDS. If you’re nice to them, they’ll believe anything you say. They also don’t believe in squealing on anyone else but believe that they personally are responsible for all sins associated with them. —

Dear Editor: We conservative Protestant Christians believe the Mormon Mafia cult has never been a religion. They have been called a Mafia cult for many years. They are the biggest fraudsters in the USA. How are they linked to the Swiss money and document launderers other than through the Utah Industrial Banks? How do you follow UBS into their worldwide frauds? It’s just amazing how UBS seems to be involved in so many fraudulent schemes and get away with it. MG – Houston

Dear Editor: I am a mormon and Im going to keep it short and sweet. Every person on the planet is prone to make mistakes, regardless of what religion he or she is a member of. Notice how I said, “religion”. This is because the mormon church is not a cult. Anyway… if someone from the mormon church (LDS Church (people tend to think these two names are different churches)) does something wrong… it isn’t to show what our church is all about. It simply shows that nobody is perfect. There are people out there who embarrass the church all the time, but 99.9% percent of the time the mormons are out there just trying to make the world a better place. There is no mormon mafia, that’s pretty funny. We are once again not a cult. Any questions about the church.  — _____________________________________________

Dear Readership:

Let us remind our readership we are a one issue at a time secondary news source. We are now covering UBS through our influential network. International media is using many of our contributions. This UBS subject is now considered a matter of United States national if not international security. We have had an enthusiastic response from Utah disgruntled attorneys, among others. Many of these attorneys are devout Mormons. We have stayed out of the Mormon controversy considering Mormons favorably, but for their general girth. We have received many vitriolic letters castigating the “evil” exposed. There is a clamor for implementers names. We have hit a national if not international nerve. We are obligated to voice the credible others. We will be balanced with plausible letters but not dwell on the subject. As evident, it does enter our investigations of UBS AG, its wholly owned Utah Industrial Bank and their supporting Utah bureaucracy. We now know considerable about perpetuating Utah Industrial Banks, penny stock and other Utah swindles heretofore censured. The Utah Industrial Banks and their accompanying Utah support bureaucracy are by far the largest known swindlers within the United States. We have been told this endemic criminal activity has been rampant for decades with token Utah or Washington prosecution. This could be why the likes of fugitive from United States Justice UBS Chairman Raoul Weil (See Issues 7 & 10), as well as other UBS associates, chose Utah Industrial Banks. We already see international media perusing the matter at this juncture, partially exposed by the nefarious UBS treatment of a stalwart Florida senior citizen with clinical dementia (Exhibit G). We feel very sad at the treatment given the Florida senior citizen fleeced of all his assets by UBS and their accompanying lawyers. He is just one of 70,000 predominantly out-of-state client victims dubiously processed within the Utah 3rd District Court by Utah Industrial Banks, unregulated by any United States Federal banking agency. We do know that and others are banding together to keep the enumerated Florida senior citizen cause alive and make him a martyr for other seniors fighting the likes of UBS. UBS will invariably attempt to intimidate the United States 2nd District Court in Southern Florida as US fugitive UBS Chairman Weil (See Issues 1 & 8) successfully did before his necessary escape. UBS Chairman Weil is literally the man who knows too much about Utah and Washington. Again, this is a continuing United States breach of national, if not international security.