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fung_derf Member Level  Friday, 11/09/18 01:39:16 PM
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Willy Wizard exposed and undressed. Ouch.....

Friday, 11/09/18 10:13:02 AM
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Hal has a problem with unregistered shares and no remose. Accepting multi thousands each month from shareholder donations, hosting an Urban paid fraudster with no regard or responsibility to shareholders amid the many, many red flags.


May 11, 2004

Energy & Engine

Engel claims that he received Energy & Engine shares registered pursuant to a Form S-8 registration statement from the issuer that are exempt from registration. (Engel Resp. at 4-8.) Engel also claims that he "did not purchase any securities from the issuer nor did he offer any securities or sell any securities for an issuer in connection with any kind of distribution. Instead, [he] received securities for compensation for bona fide services rendered." (Engel Resp. at 9.)9

Regardless of whether Engel was qualified to receive the Energy & Engine shares from the issuer, no registration statement was filed or in effect for Engel's subsequent offers or sales of stock. Further, the Division has submitted ample evidence to show Engel's underwriter status, which Engel, lacking factual support, can dispute only through general conclusory statements. See Lybrand, 200 F. Supp. 2d at 391. The record shows that Energy & Engine, the issuer, paid Engel in stock for his promotional services. Energy & Engine knew it was paying its stock to Siembida's subcontracted promoters, including the operator of the WillyWizard.com Web site. Engel is the operator of this Web site. Engel knew he was ultimately working for the company, which is apparent from the fact that he interviewed Energy & Engine's CEO and posted information about the company on his Web site. Thus, the record provides no support for Engel's contention that he did not acquire Energy & Engine stock from the issuer. Engel received the stock as compensation for services rendered and not for an investment purpose. Thereafter, Engel offered and sold 136,500 shares of the Energy & Engine stock in less than a year from the time of receipt. I credit this evidence to support my finding that Engel acquired the Energy & Engine stock with a view to distribution. Based on the foregoing, Engel does not qualify for any exemption from registration.

Accordingly, I find that Engel violated Section 5(a) and 5(c) of the Securities Act when he offered and sold Energy & Engine stock on the open market without a registration statement filed or in effect. The Division's motion for summary disposition will be granted as to Engel.

I have concluded that there are no material facts in dispute and that the Division is entitled to summary disposition as a matter of law. The remaining issue is what, if any, sanctions are appropriate. The Division requests cease-and-desist orders and disgorgement, plus prejudgment interest, against all Respondents.

Cease And Desist


Engel also committed a serious violation by circumventing the registration requirements of the Securities Act and, thus, denying the investing public necessary information. Engel's actions were recurrent and recent. In 2002, he sold unregistered shares of Energy & Engine on the open market in thirteen separate transactions. Engel fails to acknowledge any misconduct, instead contending that he "has acted within the guidelines provided by the Securities Act." (Engel Resp. at 10.) Engel fails to provide any assurances against future violations. Further, Engel is in the practice of entering into arrangements with issuers that are similar to the one he entered into with Energy & Engine. Engel states that from "time to time [he] is approached and asked to assist in building a corporate image by allowing the company to advertise on his website." (Engel Resp. at 3.) Engel's submissions also indicate that it is not atypical for him to receive payment in securities from these companies.

Thus, I find a substantial likelihood that he will have the opportunity for future violations of the securities laws. Accordingly, I will order Engel to cease and desist from committing or causing violations of Section 5(a) and 5(c) of the Securitiremorse."


Hal boasted of getting 10,000 shareholders into CMKM, and again the shares were unregistered. SGGM, GBDX, Turino and Edwards CIM pump to further sell CMKM shares, UCAD/USCN etc.

Wednesday, 05/09/18 03:55:13 PM
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Yes I was Willy Wizard years ago. And yes I am Hal. I sign off here as Willy to irritate a few lol. I will report new events as I know they are taking place.

I am an investor in NHE and still own all my 900mil cmkx shares. I believe both investments will make me money especially with current events.

Remember handing off the 3mil cmkx shares.


What about during the CMKM cert pull, that one particular cert reported to the SEC Jan 2006, for 750 million in your wife's name? When Hal could not buy or own more stock in his name from the SEC Judge's Cease and Desist. According to public records, addresses and property tax records, there are no 4 houses, just the current one, where his spouse is listed as owner also on statements.

Hal thanks social media and wrote about calling his wife the "C" word and his daughter a prostitute helped him get a divorce. That's another fabrication, the court absolutely frowns on that type of behavior, not applaud it.

The Turino, Jensen, Casavant, Edwards, Barnett, LoCastro, Vissokovsky, Harlan, Willy Wizard Accadacca Club requires you either be a psychopath or sociopath. No conscience, no remorse.

Sociopath. The Traits To Look For:

Absence of nervousness or neurotic symptoms
Interpersonal unreliability
Untruthfulness and insincerity
Insufficiently motivated antisocial behavior
A lack of affective (“feeling”) empathy
Failure to learn from negative experiences
Callous and shallow emotional response
Fast, but irresponsible, decision-making
Incapacity for love
Lack of remorse or shame
Pathological narcissism/egocentricity
Superficial charm and manipulation
Failure to accept responsibility for their own actions

Symptom: Lack of empathy

Perhaps one of the most well-known signs of ASP is a lack of empathy, particularly an inability to feel remorse for one's actions. “Many people with ASP do seem to lack a conscience, but not all of them,” he explains. Psychopaths always have this symptom, however, which is what makes them especially dangerous. “When you don’t experience remorse, you’re kind of freed up to do anything—anything bad that comes to mind,” says Dr. Black.

Symptom: Difficult relationships

People with ASP find it hard to form emotional bonds, so their relationships are often unstable and chaotic, says Dr. Black. Rather than forge connections with the people in their lives, they might try to exploit them for their own benefit through deceit, coercion, and intimidation.

Symptom: Deceitfulness

Sociopaths have a reputation for being dishonest and deceitful. They often feel comfortable lying to get their own way, or to get themselves out of trouble. They also have a tendency to embellish the truth when it suits them.

Symptom: Risky behavior

Combine irresponsibility, impulsivity, and a need for instant gratification, and it’s not surprising that sociopaths get involved in risky behavior. They tend to have little concern for the safety of others or for themselves. This means that excessive alcohol consumption, drug abuse, compulsive gambling, unsafe sex, and dangerous hobbies (including criminal activities) are common.

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