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Sean Hannity caller on the Dinar from 2010

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I do not trust Dan, or Tony, or any of that bunch, but does this info being on Hannity give any legitimacy? 

 

Or is Hannity a 'pumper' too?  lol 

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The guy that called in to the Sean Hannity Show is Rudy Coenan.  He was part of the BH Group.

Also, Botswana is right about the other guy on the video.  It's Dan Atkinson from the Dan and Hot Dog Tony group.

All 3 of them, crooks!


Man dies 5 months into prison sentence

BY JENNIFER FEEHAN 
BLADE STAFF WRITER 




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AYER, Mass. — Less than five months after he began serving a 63-month prison sentence, a Florida man who conspired with two Toledo-area businessmen to sell Iraqi currency as a sure-thing investment has died.

Rudolph Coenen, 50, of Jacksonville died Monday at Federal Medical Center, Devens, in Massachusetts where he had been a patient inmate since reporting there to begin serving his sentence Jan. 2, according to Edmond Ross, a spokesman for the U.S. Bureau of Prisons.
“Inmates that are in the FMC at Devens require a higher level of medical care all the way up to intensive care,” Mr. Ross said.

He could not comment on a cause of death, but it was known that Coenen had undergone a liver transplant and had significant health problems.

In September, Coenen appeared in U.S. District Court in Toledo for sentencing in a motorized scooter. Judge Jack Zouhary said he had taken into consideration Coenen’s health in ordering him to serve 63 months in prison.

Coenen pleaded guilty in 2013 to conspiracy to commit wire fraud, wire fraud, and five counts of money laundering for falsely promoting the sale of Iraqi currency known as dinar as well as placements in two nonexistent hedge funds.

In exchange for his guilty pleas, Coenen testified at the trials last May of co-defendants Bradford Huebner, 67, of Ottawa Hills, Charles Emmenecker, 68, of Sylvania, and Michael Teadt, 67, of Maumee.

Teadt was acquitted in the conspiracy while Huebner and Emmencker currently are serving prison sentences for their roles. Their attorneys largely placed the blame for their clients’ legal troubles on Coenen, who they said told and repeated fraudulent claims about himself and about Iraqi currency investments in promoting the sale of dinar to the public through the Toledo-based BH Group.
“Rudy Coenen is the guy who told the lies, and he made them up long before he ever heard of Brad Huebner,” Huebner’s attorney, Rick Kerger, said at sentencing.

Co-counsel Stephen Hartman on Friday called Coenen a “consummate fraud.”
“I firmly believe if it wasn’t for him, Mr. Huebner would have never been convicted,” Mr. Hartman said.

Among the false claims Coenen made on conference calls to investors was that he was a decorated Marine who served in Iraq and a former vice president at JP Morgan Chase.

As part of their sentences, the three men were ordered to share responsibility for paying $836,124 in restitution. Now that Coenen is deceased, that burden will rest on Huebner and Emmenecker.
On Jan. 16, Judge Zouhary signed a final order of forfeiture, allowing the U.S. government to take possession of all of Coenen’s remaining assets, including money in bank accounts and computer equipment.

“Given Mr. Coenen’s condition, I don’t think he ever would have contributed to the restitution,” Mr. Hartman said. “I think it’s unlikely he ever would have worked again.”
The Devens medical center is about 38 miles northwest of Boston.

Read more at http://www.toledoblade.com/Police-Fire/2015/04/25/Man-dies-5-months-into-prison-sentence.html#h5VCYQPmH1b6EfqQ.9

 

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Rudy should could talk the talk though.  Man he got me excited.  Granted I was a brand new newbie at the time though.

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3 hours ago, Botzwana said:

Rudy should could talk the talk though.  Man he got me excited.  Granted I was a brand new newbie at the time though.

If you weren't still excited, you wouldn't be here..

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On 6/29/2018 at 10:19 PM, js214 said:

If you weren't still excited, you wouldn't be here..

Give it time 

 

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On 6/29/2018 at 6:57 PM, Botzwana said:

Rudy should could talk the talk though.  Man he got me excited.  Granted I was a brand new newbie at the time though.

Exactly=== I evened ya out from the neg +1

 

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11 hours ago, Flash101 said:

Give it time 

 

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Nine years so far.. 

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On 7/3/2018 at 6:28 PM, js214 said:

Nine years so far.. 

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Basel III

 
 
 

What is 'Basel III'

Basel III is an international regulatory accord that introduced a set of reforms designed to improve the regulation, supervision and risk management within the banking sector. The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision published the first version of Basel III in late 2009, giving banks approximately three years to satisfy all requirements. Largely in response to the credit crisis, banks are required to maintain proper leverage ratios and meet certain minimum capital requirements.

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