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PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2010 4:56 pm    Post subject: Jacob Arabo Reply with quote

Celebrity jeweler and convicted money launderer Jacob Arabov has been released by the federal Bureau of Prisons. Arabov will be allowed to fly in and out of the country while on probation so long as he keeps his regularly scheduled appointments with his probation officer. No surprise here as Arabov was allowed to fly in and out of the country on business to such exotic locales as Dubai, U.A.E.; Kazakhstan; Geneva, Switzerland; London; Monaco, and Paris.

Attorney Benjamin Braufman tried to downplay those irregular trips and the courts allowance by saying he returned to New York City as scheduled. That is precisely the point. No one wants to admit the improper treatment. I suppose I should use the term preferential treatment afforded Arabov. It is clear that he is the only member of the trafficking organization known as the BMF with the contacts to import the drugs and setup the laundering operation. It is also clear that he is the only member of the operation who had the financial knowledge and acting in a role that clearly showed him to be the brains of the groups activities.

Nonetheless Arabov is free and living the good life once again while the dummy's who seem more interested in establishing themselves among the legion of drug peddlers happily serving life sentences in federal prison instead of obtaining their freedom by admitting they were minions in the entire scheme.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2010 5:02 pm    Post subject: From Bee Reply with quote

So you finally got to the point! I felt it was Jake because of his financial knowledge. He`s made the right connections. No question somebody who I want to study in detail!
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 07, 2010 5:00 pm    Post subject: From Beemoe Reply with quote

Yeah it seems like Jake made all the right connections. The right financial people / investors / political connections. I wonder how many other drug operations this guy is laundering or running?
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 07, 2010 8:52 pm    Post subject: Arabov network Reply with quote

It's not a matter of how many he's running. It's about the network that employs him. Look at our discussion on Rabbi Pinto and you'll notice Jacob's cousin Lev Leviev is prominently featured in those high level ties to the Russian Oligarch's and Israeli organized crime figures which front for the Israeli intelligence services. You can't forget many of Jacob's biggest customers were closely aligned with Lyor Cohen. How does that tie into the previous sentence. If you go back to the just before Lyor entered the music business as Russell Simmons business partner, he was a club promoter in Los Angeles and before that he worked for the Bank Leumi in Los Angeles. Now you see the ties snaking back to Israel. This was around the same time one of the first large scale money laundering operations broke. It was called Operation Polar Cap and it involved the laundering of $316 million worth of drug money through a network linking Los Angeles, Atlanta, Florida, New York and a Panamanian bank "Banco de Occidente S.S."

In that case the Los Angeles end of the setup featuring Joseph Koyomejian's Ropex Corp., and the Andonian Brothers Manufacturing Co., used their ability to mask their laundering activities through gold purchases. The interesting feature about their operation was that it included Argentinians, Columbians, Panamanians, Lebanese, Turkish and Syrian figures. As I am sure you've guessed by now this operation was tied to the Iran Contra issue.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 12, 2010 11:20 pm    Post subject: From Beemoe Reply with quote

To be honest with you.......I couldn`t see that far! This is similar to "All Is Clouded By Desire" where the gangsters go to jail and the bankers go free.

The Iran-Contra saga was something that didn`t really understand because there was a lot stuff that I couldn`t verify.

So the same network is still in existence?
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 14, 2010 12:55 am    Post subject: From Beemoe Reply with quote

I can remember somebody an FBI official saying that most rap labels were funded by drug money but that`s something that I didn`t want to believe, this included Def-Jam as well.

It starting to look more like Lynden LaRouche`s "Dope Inc" may have a lot of validity.

What do you think about Freeway Rick being released?
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 14, 2010 1:56 pm    Post subject: My thoughts on Freeway Rick, Harry-O and all the others... Reply with quote

I find it interesting that you would ask me my thoughts on the release of Freeway Rick. Honestly I am suspicious of the timing of his release in April 2009 coupled with the granting of parole in September 2009 of Ricardo Crockett and Michael Harris "even though he has yet to be released," something smells foul. As you can undoubtably detect from my information on Harris, I've done a considerable amount of research and had conversations with people who know him well from the Ozone days. Ricky Ross once said of his relationship with Danilo Blandon that "I would have died for him," tells you where his loyalties lie. He sat up and said he had been duped but nobody forced him to sell the drugs and guns he sold to his own. So to see this guy released now with all of the moves that have been made to put guys in charge of anti-gang programs who were either key players in the drug networks of the '80s or active and willing participants in that madness, is interesting to see.

These were two of the biggest black dealers in the southland and neither of them considered the destruction they were responsible for until years later and to be honest it was in their best interest to at least pay lip service to the role they played in destroying so many lives and families. I can tell you without the least bit of fabrication that for people like this it is a game. They are involved in what they believe to be a zero-sum situation. That is to say they don't believe they can loose. They think the ties that have protected them will continue to do so and in doing so give them new life even after they've been caught dead to right on numerous committing unconscionable offenses. Will the luck continue, with they still be there to bail them out and provide a cover story for their activities? I don't think they aren't thinking that the day will come when they finally reach the end of the line, that is outlive their usefulness. This they fail to consider as well as what the inevitabilities are when that day finally arrives.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2010 12:56 am    Post subject: From Beemoe Reply with quote

Interesting reply. What do you think of the upline players like The Rothschilds or Tom Renyi directing this "game"? I wonder who at Langley directs this?

So you think Hy Larner wasn`t what Corbitt said he was? A lot of his qualities were the same qualities as other "Jewish" players in this game. He knew the right people such as Al Schwimmer, Adnan Khashoggi, Manuel Noriega as well as the Shah of Iran as well as connections in the intell world. All players in Iran-Contra!
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 16, 2010 6:29 pm    Post subject: ? Reply with quote

Do I think Renyi is directing this, no he is a pawn in the game. As for a Rothschild influence, I think the evidence speaks for itself. Is there anyone who stands to benefit or profit more than they? Could their private country exist without the flow of illicit funds flowing back there? If you completely legalized narcotics what would the effect be on black market dealing and the illicit weapons trade in urban areas where these products are peddled? All of the answers to these questions point to your overall answer.

As for Mr. Larner, do I think he had it right, no more so than those who say Bugsy Siegel was killed in a dispute over the Flamingo or those who say Castro has managed to stay in power in Cuba all these years because he is such a completely vile and brutal tyrant. Now he may be all of those things but it doesn't completely explain how one man managed to defy the most powerful interests in the world for more than 50 years and live. Not when you have the examples of Iraq, Afghanistan, Chile, Haiti and so many others to refer to. Mr. Larner was more than just a conduit for organized crime much in the same way the Lansky, Stacher, Zwillman, Bronfman and yes Mr. Siegel were.

However to point this out is to risk being called a conspiracy theorist. The truth of the matter is our understanding of organized crime has been shaped by two made for t.v events, the Kefauver and McClelland hearings. Every organized crime book since has drawn from those hearings to form the basis of whatever story they have gone on to tell. That is the difference between what I have done with my research and writing over the years. B, you as well as anyone understand and demonstrate a clear understanding that what you see isn't always what it appears to be. That is best way to describe my thoughts on Mr. Larner.

He was a brilliant schill. If there is a better example of this I don't know what it is.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 16, 2010 10:46 pm    Post subject: From Beemoe Reply with quote

So I got a rise out of you which was my intention. I`m well aware that those gangsters are just pawns in a much larger game. I`ve noticed you`ve step around Larner for a while. What I`m pointing out is that this man Larner has all the same characteristics that the other racqueteers / gangsters had plus some very interesting friends all of which are connected all the back to Iran-Contra.

In my opinion and based on the evidence I`m seeing, Larner was maybe "The Game`s" point man in Chicago. It seems that a lot of this was missed just like Jeff Fort`s / Mickey Cogwell conections to Lansky.

What do you think about John Rockefeller influencing "education" with the General Education Board?

I wonder how many other ultra-weathy families are connected to this?
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 16, 2010 10:48 pm    Post subject: From Bee Again Reply with quote

You know something I never Israel as a private country but it looks that way.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 17, 2010 12:04 am    Post subject: Larner/Fort/Lansky/Cogwell/Ford/ Reply with quote

The General Education Fund, the Rosenwald Fund, The Ford Foundation and the C.F.K Limited Foundation. I'm with you B, I get a feeling you could teach a course on this subject could you not?

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 17, 2010 11:23 pm    Post subject: From Beemoe Reply with quote

Naaaaaah Jiggy I`m a neophyte. Hehehehe. But in my opinion Rockefeller`s General Education Board among others basically brainwashed the masses into wage-slavery. Then again had they not (hmmm interesting use of the pluperfect subjunctive) I wouldn`t have anything to fight against.......maybe?
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 06, 2010 5:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Former City Council President Andrew Stein recently pled guilty to a misdemeanor charge tied to the Kenneth Starr fraud scheme.
Stein, 65, admitted that he failed to pay more than $1 million in income tax in 2008.

"It was wrong and I take full responsibility," he told the judge. "I filed [tax returns] correctly, but I did not pay and it was wrong."
Stein added, "I was wrong. ... It was stupid."


Starr allegedly swindled nearly $14 million from jeweler to the stars Jacob "Jacob the Jeweler" Arabov and his wife and $16 million from others to fund a lavish lifestyle for him and his stripper wife that included a newly purchased $7.5 million Upper East Side triplex boasting a swimming pool in its basement.
Starr reportedly loaned some of Arabov's money "$100,000" while the celebrity jeweler was in prison for money laundering. Starr also loaned money to a company controlled by NBA legend Julius "Dr. J" Erving, a close friend of Starr's who is not accused of wrongdoing.

Stein was busted for lying to the feds when asked about a shell company called Wind River that Starr set up for Stein and through which he funneled $1.6 million of the money he swindled from clients. Stein used that cash to fund his own "extravagant" lifestyle, which included a $150,000 summer rental house in Bridgehampton. Another $5.75 million of the money Starr allegedly swindled went to pay for his luxe new East 74th Street condo. He also is accused of looting cash from accounts belonging to 99-year-old heiress Rachel "Bunny" Mellon, widow of Mellon family scion Paul Mellon. There are several other interesting side notes to this affair as the tax issues of actor Wesly Snipes attests.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 09, 2010 5:25 pm    Post subject: From Beemoe Reply with quote

So this is what you meant about an expanding laundering probe in the NBA. This operation touches a lot of bases. Do you know of a similar operation that may have been ran by the Yamoto Family aka the Japanese royal family fronted by Sasakawa?
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