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Matilda007   Saturday, 05/23/09 10:10:26 AM
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seven of the men are facing criminal charges in parallel indictments unsealed Thursday in the District of Delaware. Those criminally indicted include Matthew Brown, 26, who operates the penny stock website InvestorsHub.com. Others indicted were Pawel Dynkowski, 24, of Delaware; Joseph Mangiapane, 43, of California; Marc Riviella, 50, of California; Jacob Canceli, 50, of California; Gerard D'Amaro, 38, of Florida; and Angelo "Bill" Panetta, 48, of California. The defendants in the SEC case include an eighth man not criminally charged, Adam Rosengard of New Jersey.

http://www.stockwatch.com/newsit/newsit_newsit.aspx?bid=U-s0128379-U:*SEC-20090522&symbol=*SEC&news_region=U

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