One who intends to leave others better off for his having existed.

11/19/13

An open letter to City of Greensboro Police Chief Ken Miller and Guilford County Sherrif BJ Barnes


In the Matter of;
George Hartzman, Complainant, v. Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC., Respondent.

Case No. 2013- SOX-00045

Complainant response to Respondent’s motion and brief requesting protective order and to quash subpoenas;
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Wachovia and Wells Fargo executives and accountants amongst many others, purchased securities in a breach of trust, confidence and fiduciary duty to my clients, shareholders and the public while in possession of material, nonpublic information.

The United States regulatory and political infrastructure didn’t do anything about what appears to be the largest crime in the history of American financial markets, which the Federal Reserve, owned by its member banks, refused to release details of trillions of dollars in undisclosed loans to the Fed’s owners until December 1, 2010, mandated by Frank Dodd and legal action by Bloomberg News, meaning the statute of limitations should still be in place.

On December 8, 2011, I became a participant in an investigation of securities fraud and insider trading involving Wachovia and Wells Fargo, after losing monies for my family, and families of clients whose accounts were governed by the Investment Advisors Act of 1940, which means we were victims of Federal offenses.

The Crime Victims’ Rights Act of 2004, Title 18 U.S.C. Section 3771, defines a victim as: "A person who has suffered direct and proximate harm as a result of the commission of a Federal offense..."

Wells Fargo violated my anonymity, placing my family in harms way, and Federal Regulatory authorities did nothing to provide for our safety, as doing so without enforcing the law would have been an admission of guilt of non-action by the same authorities.

The U.S. Marshals Service states; “The Witness Security Program provides for the security, safety and health of government witnesses and their authorized family members, whose lives are in danger as a result of their cooperation with the U.S. government.”
http://www.usmarshals.gov/duties/factsheets/general-2013.pdf

The problem with the above sentence is the U.S. government seems uninterested in my cooperation, which to me, means my family is in much more danger than a witness whose cooperation is invited by regulatory authorities.

If for any reason the Office of Administrative Law Judges does not receive Complainant’s response to Respondent’s motion and brief requesting protective order and to quash subpoenas, for Case No. 2013- SOX-00045, or harm comes to myself or my family during this proceeding, please investigate, as I have been abandoned by those who should have acted under the law and didn’t.

George Hartzman

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