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Tuesday, 02/08/2022 5:38:03 PM

Tuesday, February 08, 2022 5:38:03 PM

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$DSCR The $49,000,000+ Accounting Error

PROOF ON June 20, 2018

4,986,999,994 Common Shares at

Par Value of $0.01

= $49,869,999 Stated Authorized Capital



Now lets look at the mandatory OTCMarket markets filing of DSCR prior to and after the undisclosed, redomicile and authorized capital increase to 10,000,000,000 common shares on June 20, 2018.

On July 27, 2018 $DSCR filed a mandatory financial report with OTCMarkets for period ending March 31, 2018


On August 13, 2018 $DSCR filed a mandatory financial report with OTCMarkets for period ending June 30, 2018


Now add

The Keystone resides in Pennsylvania

USA vs Richardson Eastern District of PA, case number 2:20-cr-00333,
filed 9/30/2020.

Common Elements

429 W. Plumb Lane, Reno Nevada 89509

Home of the following companies:

1. DSCR;
2. FITX;
3. IGRW;
4. VIRA;
5. NHEL;
6. ANVV;
7. ADIC.

And same cast of characters:

A. Fred Schiemann;
B. Frank Petronis;
C. Henry Manayan;
D. Morgan Petitti;
E. Scott Watkins; plead guilty/sentencing 7/22/2022
F. Russell Smith;
G. Ricardo Richardson; indicted -trial date June 25, 2022
H. Joel Stohlman; plead guilty/sentencing 7/22/2022
I. Edward Heil indicted -trial date June 25, 2022.
J. Gary Wolff indicted-trial date June 25, 2022

Where did the 400,000,000 shares trading a day go, that we saw in May of 2021?

We would ask Russell Smith directly, but he nor does management answer phone calls or emails.

Four Alleged Stock Defrauders from Georgia, New York and Texas Indicted for Pump and Dump Scheme Involving Three Public Companies

PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced that Ricardo Richardson, 50, of Buford, GA; John Scott Watkins, 54, of Canton, GA; Gary B. Wolff, 78, an attorney from New York, NY; and Edward Heil, 71, an accountant from Pearland, TX; were arrested and charged by Indictment with conspiracy, wire fraud, and securities fraud in connection with what is commonly referred to as a ”pump and dump” scheme.

The Indictment alleges that the defendants and others sought to generate illegal proceeds by manipulating the stock of three public companies: AI Document Services, Inc. (ticker symbol AIDC), Creative Edge Nutrition, Inc. (ticker symbol FITX), and Interactive Health Network (ticker symbol IGRW). This manipulative activity was designed to make it falsely appear that trading in those stocks was the result of free and fair market forces, and to conceal the activity from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”).

The Indictment further alleges that, among other things, the defendants planned and took various fraudulent actions, including disguising their share ownership in these companies, paying large bribes to stockbrokers for prearranged purchases of AIDC, FITX, and IGRW stock on behalf of the brokers’ unknowing customers, hiring promoters to distribute misleading email newsletters regarding these companies to numerous potential investors throughout the United States, and causing the public companies to issue nationwide press releases to conceal the manipulative activity. The schemers intended to generate at least $15 million in proceeds from this scheme, which was implemented from mid-2014 through approximately February 2016, when the SEC suspended trading in these stocks.

Court documents also reveal that the defendants and their co-schemers had worked together on previous stock deals, and each performed different roles in the scheme. Watkins himself explained that he was on the stock side of the deals, and Richardson much of the negotiating. Wolff and Heil, in turn, supplied the public companies that the schemers used in the manipulations and assisted with some of the paperwork. As alleged, all of the defendants owned or controlled a substantial number of shares of AIDC, FITX, and IGRW stock and were prepared to sell them at a large profit into the manipulated markets to unsuspecting investors.

“Pump and dump stock schemes have real victims: those who play by the rules and save and invest in the markets,” said U.S. Attorney McSwain. “Market manipulation also causes generalized harm to the markets and to our economy because it erodes public trust that the markets are free and fair. Thanks to the excellent work of the FBI, SEC, and prosecutors from my Office, these four defendants will now face the consequences of their alleged actions.”

“The defendants allegedly employed fraud and misinformation in an attempt to boost these companies’ stocks,” said Michael J. Driscoll, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Philadelphia Division. “Their ‘business model’ was nothing but a classic pump and dump scheme from which they sought to handsomely profit. The FBI will continue to investigate and shut down such illegal activity, to protect both the public and the integrity of our financial markets.”

If convicted, the defendants each face a maximum possible sentence of 65 years in prison, 3 years of supervised release, a $10,500,000 fine, and a $400 special assessment.

The case was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys Judy Smith and Patrick J. Murray. The U.S. Attorney’s Office also acknowledges the substantial assistance provided by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Philadelphia Regional Office in this investigation.

An indictment, information, or criminal complaint is an accusation. A defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY’S OFFICE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA Suite 1250, 615 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 JENNIFER CRANDALL Media Contact 215-861-8300

MORE Research

1. $DSCR a spoke in much bigger fraud

2. A call for an adverse bankruptcy filing

3. Further Evidence Supporting a Criminal Investigation. Part 6

4. Further Evidence Supporting a Criminal Investigation. Part 5

5. Further Evidence Supporting a Criminal Investigation. Part 4

6. Further Evidence Supporting a Criminal Investigation. Part 3

7. Further Evidence Supporting a Criminal Investigation. Part 2

8. Further Evidence Supporting a Criminal Investigation. Part 1

Evidence Supporting a Criminal Investigation of $DSCR

$DSCR Evidence Supporting Securities Fraud 10b-5 Investigation

240.10b-5 Employment of manipulative and deceptive devices

What are the elements of a 10b-5 claim?
“To succeed on a Rule 10b-5 fraud claim [based on an untrue
statement or omission of a material fact], a plaintiff must

(1) a false statement or omission of material fact;
(2) made with scienter;
(3) upon which the plaintiff justifiably relied;
(4) that proximately caused the plaintiff's injury.

In support of the above the following evidence is provided:

1. Exhibit 1 May 7 Twitter DSC Coin Communication;

2. Exhibit 2 May 11 Twitter DSC Coin Communication;

3. Exhibit 3 DSC Coin Not Registered May 7, 2021;

4. Exhibit 4. DSCR Trading History 12-23-2020 to 12-22-2001;

5. Exhibit 5 Discovery Minerals LTD., Press Release Dated May 11, 2021;

6. Exhibit 6. False & Misleading Information;

7. Exhibit 7. Discovery Minerals Placed in Caveat Emptor Status;

8. Exhibit 8. What is Caveat Emptor Status;

9. Part 1 - Using Twitter to Broadcast Non Public Information;

10. Exhibit 11. Social Media Used Pump & Dump;

11. Exhibit 14 Discovery Minerals Tweet May 4, 2021;

12. Exhibit 15-a Discovery Minerals Tweet May 7, 2021;

13. Exhibit 15-b Discovery Minerals Tweet May 7, 2021;

14. Exhibit 15-c Discovery Minerals Tweet May 7, 2021;

15. Exhibit 15-d Discovery Minerals Tweet May 7, 2021;

16. Exhibit 15-e Discovery Minerals Tweet May 7, 2021;

17. Exhibit 15 f Discovery Minerals Ltd Tweets May 6, 2001;

18. Exhibit 16-a Discovery Minerals Investors Hub Message Board Post (May 4 to May 11, 2021);

19. Exhibit 17.b Etherscan - Sales of DSC Coin Prior to May 11 Company Press Release Announcement (Yahoo);

20. Exhibit 18 Discovery Minerals $Volume & Trading History;

21. Exhibit 19. Discovery Minerals Announces DSC Coin on on May 21, 2021;

22. Exhibit 20 "Should I Buy DSCR Stock" the video;

23. Exhibit 21. Michael Handelman, CPA;

24. Exhibit 22. Annual Report 9-30-2019 filed 10-17-2019;

25. Exhibit 23. Why Does a Message Board Poster Have Access to Issuer Only Access Link?;

26. Exhibit 24. Using Investors Hub Message Board to Communicate Non Public Information.;

27. 39 Exhibits That Show Insider Trading Occured;

28. Exhibit 26. DSC Coin Board Shows Insider Information was Broadcasted to Select Shareholders;

29. Exhibit 28.a. Use of YouTube To Broadcast Non Public Information May 6, 2021

30. Exhibit 37 Post index from Marauder Proves Coin Sale Occured

31. Exhibit 43. James M Donovan Esquire;

32. Exhibit 44 Jessica M. Lockett, Esq. filed 2/12/2019;

33. Exhibit 45. Par Value of Authorized Capital Not The Same;

34. Exhibit 45. Par Capital Does NOT ADD UP PART 2-;

35. Exhibit 46. DSCR Nevada SoS Certified Filings;

36. Exhibit 47. DSCR Wyoming Articles of Continuance;

37. Exhibit 48. Reincorporation into Wyoming to Increase shares to
10,000,000,000 circumventing shareholder approval and meeting;

38. Exhibit 54. Authorized Capital Increase from 5-10 Billion Common shares, Par Value $.0001;

Thanks for the help.