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shajandr   Saturday, 07/15/17 05:33:08 PM
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Richard St. Julien is still yapping to the DOJ and FBI as they go after even more corrupt stock promoters and co-CONspirators with St. Julien and the branches of the scamsters.


"According to the government, investors were told that ForceField was a global distributor of LED products, enticing them to buy what was, in reality, virtually worthless stock. St. Julien paid kickbacks to the stock promoters in exchange for their coaxing investments in ForceField.

Prosecutors say that over the course of the scheme, the promoters conned more than 100 investors into purchasing more than $6.2 million in ForceField stock, with the promoters netting 10 percent of the funds in kickbacks.

“The government — as long as I collaborate [sic] and tell the truth — the government will issue me a 5K1 letter to the judge asking to sentence me below the guidelines,” said the former lawyer from Quebec.

St. Julienn’s Quebecois accent led to a couple of “My Cousin Vinny” moments. U.S. Judge Brian Cogan stopped St. Julien to ask about a word that St. Julien was using to describe Petrossi setting up stalls at investment conferences to tout ForceField stock.

“Is it 'boots'?” he asked St. Julien.

“Booths,” St. Julien replied.

And when St. Julien described his deal with the government, Judge Cogan explained to the jury that if was a cooperation agreement, not a corporation agreement."

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