Wikileaks, bank accts and tax dodgers?

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anyone gonna get anything on Och, Hein and Prance? Their money will be tied up in some tax haven banking municipality acct. Wonder if that Ozzie Assange can find some number like Ballester and triangulate it with Gunderson?

That development in St Barts will be owned by a trust in either Caymans or some other haven.

Just like Al Capone went for tax evasion, Prance Gunderson might get done by the IRS.
 
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blackcat said:
anyone gonna get anything on Och, Hein and Prance? Their money will be tied up in some tax haven banking municipality acct. Wonder if that Ozzie Assange can find some number like Ballester and triangulate it with Gunderson?

That development in St Barts will be owned by a trust in either Caymans or some other haven.

Just like Al Capone went for tax evasion, Prance Gunderson might get done by the IRS.
Anyone work at the Guardian? They seem to know the score.
 
Wikileaks Again

The word 'wikileaks' is taking on a life of its own.

FYI, Wikileaks single task is to accept and distribute data anonymously, yet in compliance with a small number of nationalities. This is an extremely difficult task without introducing politics. Add politics and the difficulties increase exponentially.

It is not an investigative body. It's not even impartial.

Now, what would be a great use for Wikileaks is to distribute data on the alleged Livestrong scam. Do the research, organize the information, boil the alleged fraud down to plain English, distribute via Wikileaks. It would be difficult for Team Pharmstrong to shut distribution down before the realization sank in.

We need a forensic accountant.
 
Oct 25, 2010
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Wikileaks isn't interested if the story isn't HUGE and poised to make Assange look like a God for breaking it. This is why many staffers have defected.

Wikileaks isn't the organization it positions itself as. Sure, they've broken some big stuff, but they've solicited a LOT of content (and received it). They sit on it, ****ing off the staffers.

They're like Debeers. They put all the diamonds in the vault and only pull them out a few at a time. Makes them more valuable to Assange.
 
Mar 10, 2009
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A WikiLeaks cycling section is a must at this point. Maybe time for a CyclingLeaks sub forum ;)

But yes, time to get the leakers leaking on here.
 
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BotanyBay said:
Wikileaks isn't interested if the story isn't HUGE and poised to make Assange look like a God for breaking it. This is why many staffers have defected.

Wikileaks isn't the organization it positions itself as. Sure, they've broken some big stuff, but they've solicited a LOT of content (and received it). They sit on it, ****ing off the staffers.

They're like Debeers. They put all the diamonds in the vault and only pull them out a few at a time. Makes them more valuable to Assange.
Go visit the site and tell me if all the things they've posted are "huge". Much of it is dense and dry, the value of which is narrow and very specific, IE you've got to really care about a topic to go look deeply into much of what they publish.

To me, if they have an ex-swiss banker who transferred the names and details of a few thousand swiss banking customers, it would be interesting to see if any cyclists are on the list, specifically USA cyclists.
 

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