ELON MUSK’S VAST INTERNET FAKERY

 

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We have contacted FBI, DOJ, FTC, IG, SEC and all other law enforcement and regulatory agencies about this matter. Field agents have informed us that their bosses have ordered them to stone-wall this complaint, to avoid writing ‘302 reports’ (because Congress can see them) and to finger point the matter off to “other agencies” in order to avoid political embarrassment and administrative shame. Such obfuscation is illegal at a felony-level and at a Constitutional law level.We are now copying this letter to 1.) every member of Congress, 2.) every law enforcement and regulatory agency in the U.S.A. and EU, and over 5000 investigative journalists.

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Senior government officials defrauded Plaintiff in an energy industry stock market scam, and, in partnership with their Silicon Valley tech financiers, engaged in a RICO law violating organized criminal ‘enterprise’ and also ran over $30 million of Fusion GPS/Black Cube/Gawker-Gizmodo-Google attacks against Plaintiff, a competitor and whistle-blower.

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The attackers used government resources, agency staff and government funds. They sought to terminally harm Plaintiff in retaliation for competing with Defendants and for assisting police with investigations of Defendants. Herein, and via referenced Congressional and Inspector General investigations, we have provided proof of over 1000 instances of government officials running retaliation attacks and engaging in an organized pattern of criminal activity via an organized ‘enterprise’ as defined by RICO and anti-trust laws.

Plaintiff has personally known many of these politicians, their families and their Silicon Valley financiers since College. The Defendants invited Plaintiff into their criminal scheme but Plaintiff chose to assist law enforcement and public justice instead.

While the government is planning to give $450,000.00 to each illegal immigrant, (( https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/biden-administration-weighing-450k-a-person-compensation-to-migrant-families-separated-by-trump ); that same government is with-holding millions of dollars from Plaintiff, who saved the government billions of dollars. That same government hired Fusion GPS, Black Cube, Perkins Coie, Gawker, Gizmodo and other attack services to destroy Plaintiff according to federal investigators. Plaintiff demands compensation, back-owed monies and recovery of losses. Government agencies responsible for correcting the situation are engaging in cover-ups and stone-walling. Every public official who attacked Plaintiff: A.) held stock and assets in Plaintiff’s competitors, B.) was compensated by Plaintiff’s competitors, C.) was a member of organizations who paid news, internet and information services to manipulate their output for their own unjust gain, D.) knew that their malicious assertions were false and defamatory, and E.) and otherwise met the legal means test to qualify as violators of federal RICO laws, Human Rights laws, Civil Rights standards and related State and Federal Constitutional rights laws.

By rigging HUD, SSA, DOE, and other public benefits determinations, to harm the funding, payments, witness fees, informant fees, whistle-blower awards and stock market profits of adversaries, the Defendants engaged in felony crime. The purpose of this case is to cripple the whole crime organization via numerous charges, which shall be brought against multiple defendants, under multiple liability, which means that prosecutors will find the underlying elements of of these acts and then have conspiracy on top of it, and then each and every charge against the perpetrators is  separate and runs consecutively .

For example when Elon Musk is charged with bribery and conspiracy that charge may have led to 10-15 years in prison in the old days, now under RICO, when found guilty of racketeering he can be fined up to $25,000 and  and sentenced to 20 years in prison per each racketeering count.

RICO charges, as part of the charge set, will make these convictions easier. In many cases, the threat of a RICO indictment can force these defendants to plead guilty to lesser charges, in part because the seizure of their assets would make it difficult to pay a defense attorney for a case this large. Racketeering and RICO-related crimes are grave and require skilled defense, that is prepared to face the government-assembled legal teams in federal court. Essentially,  “it means the convicted would never see the light of day again, they are never getting out. “

Despite its harsh provisions, these RICO-related charges are easy to prove in court, as they focus on patterns of behavior as opposed to criminal acts. The government officials and their tech oligarch partners were audacious in publicly promoting their crimes and their above-the-law attitudes. RICO, here, also permits a private individual “damaged in his business or property” by a “racketeer” to file a civil suit. The government should, thus, join with Plaintiff in this case.

The plaintiff has proven the existence of an “enterprise“.

The defendant(s) are not the enterprise; in other words, the defendant(s) and the enterprise are not one and the same.

The defendant(s) meet the construct of four specified relationships:

1. the defendant(s) and the enterprise: either the defendant(s) invested the proceeds of the pattern of racketeering activity into the enterprise;

2. the defendant(s) acquired or maintained an interest in, or control of, the enterprise through the pattern of racketeering activity;

3. the defendant(s) conducted or participated in the affairs of the enterprise “through” the pattern of racketeering activity ;

4. the defendant(s) conspired to do all of the above crimes.

The enterprise, herein, is the ‘prize,’ ‘instrument,’ ‘victim,’ or ‘perpetrator’ of the racketeers. A civil RICO action for this matter should be filed in state AND federal court.

We intend that both the criminal and civil components will allow the recovery of treble damages (damages in triple the amount of actual/compensatory damages) for Plaintiff.

Our evidence has focused on patterns of behavior AND criminal acts.

We seek multiple liability (charges brought against multiple defendants, which means if prosecutors now find the underlying elements of of these acts, you have conspiracy on top of it)

Each and every charge against defendants is separate and runs consecutively. Admissible hearsay evidence is offered in this case. Associative evidence is allowed ( guilt by association meaning if a defendant profited off the crimes of an organization even if he was not directly involved with the crime himself he shall still be charged as a co-conspirator and go all the way up the chain of command).

This case structure will incentivize the operatives (soldati) at the corrupt law firms, CPA’s, lobbyists and media outlets to flip, or roll-over, on the bosses.

This case structure allows both the government and Plaintiff to engage in substantial asset seizure (over $900B). The owners of the racketeering shell corporations, real estate scams and trusts are well-known to often abscond with the assets. An injunction and/or performance bond ensures that there is something to seize in the event of a guilty verdict. In addition, the racketeers must forfeit all ill-gotten gains and interest in any business gained through a pattern of “racketeering activity.” Over 1000 false-front shells, trusts, dark money and PAC assets are known to be held by the defendants.

While your bosses may be embarrassed, or find this matter “politically awkward”, no citizen in America cares. Any boss who delays or obfuscates this case further should consider that they will, by such action, legally define themselves as a member of the above defined “enterprise” and will be criminally referred to FBI for prosecution.

There is no time like TODAY, to get this matter moving.

 

We have provided the details in a 1000+ page complaint as well as a list of public officials we have reported to who have failed to take action, been non-responsive and who have operated a cover-up of this matter.Your PROMPT attention in resolving this matter will be much appreciated.

An Inconvenient Truth: How Tesla Became a Trillion-Dollar Company Through Corruption, Bribery And Cronyism

Astonishing story about the rise of green technologies using political payola

As revealed in the “ENERGY SCAM PAPERS”  = www,majestic111.com
Al Gore and Elon Musk
David Blood, Al Gore and John Doerr

The Obama-Biden administration appointed a venture capitalist from Kleiner Perkins as a member of an economic advisory board. They also signed a government loan for help American automotive industry to a company (without any manufacturing capacity in the United States) that Kleiner Perkins has invested in.

Just one of the first results in Google on the “Chrysler republican” query.

SolarCity’s valuation was really high

There was no direct investment from the fund in the company, nevertheless it seems that there was another strong connection between Kleiner Perkins and Tesla. Is Al Gore really not a government subsidy beneficiary for Tesla? My confirmation bias did not allow this thought to get along in my head. Searching for keywords, I came across publications in Yahoo Finance and Insider Monkey. The articles mentioned Gore’s earlier investment in Tesla.

As a result, Al Gore was the direct beneficiary of providing state loans under the ATVM program for Fisker Automotive and Tesla Motors, in which he owned shares through venture funds Kleiner Perkins and Capricorn Investment Group.

The person who owns stakes in Tesla and Fisker first knocks out government loans and then pushes a law according to which manufacturers of electric vehicles should pay fewer taxes, and buyers of electric vehicles should receive tax deductions. Can you imagine?

(WORLD NEWS) How Elon Musk Buys Fake Hype To Promote Himself And Rig The Stock Market

Elon Musk’s not-so-secret weapon: An army of Twitter bots touting Tesla

  • Elon Musk’s place in the world is based on his purchase of millions of sham social media accounts

Russ Mitchell

In early November 2013, the news wasn’t looking great for Tesla. A series of reports had documented instances of Tesla Model S sedans catching on fire, causing the electric carmaker’s share price to tumble.

Then, on the evening of Nov. 7, within a span of 75 minutes, eight automated Twitter accounts came to life and began publishing positive sentiments about Tesla. Over the next seven years, they would post more than 30,000 such tweets.

With more than 500 million tweets sent per day across the network, that output represents a drop in the ocean. But preliminary research from David A. Kirsch, a professor at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, concludes that activity of this sort by so-called bots has played a significant part in the “stock of the future” narrative that has propelled Tesla’s market value to altitudes loftier than any traditional financial analysis could justify.

In a market in love with “meme stocks,” sexy narrative is proving far more profitable than financial analysis, said Kirsch, co-author of “Bubbles and Crashes: The Boom and Bust of Technological Innovation.”

“The Tesla narrative is extraordinarily powerful,” Kirsch said. Despite the company’s several brushes with bankruptcy, the vision of a planet-saving, world-dominating business enterprise has enabled Chief Executive Elon Musk “to keep selling stock to the public to keep it fueled. At a certain point, it does become self-fulfilling.”

Whether Twitter bots are being deliberately programmed to manipulate stock trading is among the questions that Kirsch and his research assistant, Moshen Chowdhury, are trying to answer.

Their inquiry comes as Musk has been signaling an intention to use his wealth and gigantic Twitter following to influence the platform’s future direction and policies. After buying nearly 10% of Twitter last month, Musk announced that he’d be joining the board, but Twitter revealed Monday that he’d changed his mind for unspecified reasons. Musk is a Twitter phenomenon, constantly posting tweets for his 80 million followers that range from standard to outrageous to juvenile to profane.

He settled fraud charges with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in 2018 for allegedly duping investors into believing he had a deal to take Tesla private when he didn’t. He’s now trying to nullify that agreement in the courts.

A Twitter bot is a fake account, programmed to scour the social media site for specific posts or news content — Musk’s posts, for example — and respond with relevant, preprogrammed tweets: “Tremendous long term growth prospects” or “Why Tesla stock is rallying today” or “Tesla’s Delivery Miss Was ‘Meaningless.’” The bots can also be programmed to send nasty or threatening messages to company critics.

Kirsch and Chowdhury collected and reviewed Tesla-related tweets from 2010, when the company went public, to the end of 2020.

Over that period, Tesla lost an accumulated $5.7 billion, even as its stock soared and Musk became one of the richest humans on the planet; his net worth is estimated at $275 billion. Operational results can’t justify anything close to the company’s $1-trillion market value, based on any kind of traditional stock-pricing metric.

Emails to Tesla and a Twitter message to Musk seeking comment for this story went unanswered.

Using a software program called Botometer that social media researchers use to distinguish bot accounts from human accounts, the pair found that a fifth of the volume of tweets about Tesla were bot-generated. That’s not out of line with giants like Amazon and Apple, but their bots tended to push the stock market and tech stocks in general, with those companies as leaders, but not focus on any particular narrative about the companies.

While any direct link between bot tweets and stock prices has yet to be determined, the researchers found enough “smoke” to keep their project going.

Over the 10-year study period, of about 1.4 million tweets from the top 400 accounts posting to the “cashtag” $TSLA, 10% were produced by bots. Of 157,000 tweets posted to the hashtag #TSLA, 23% were from bots, the research showed.

Kirsch and Chowdhury tracked 186 Tesla-related bot accounts and found that after each was launched, the company’s stock appreciated more than 2%. (They looked at the average stock return for the week previous to the bot’s creation and for the week following.) While Tesla’s market value has increased over the years, the price has seen dramatic ups and downs. The periods around bot creation showed sharp increases, but outside those windows, trading was far more volatile, Chowdhury said.

 

“This isn’t a causal relationship, but it does raise questions,” Kirsch said, about why there’s a correlation that does not appear to be random. “We’re trying to understand the mechanism. It can’t be just a bunch of tweets that push the stock. People have to notice them, interpret them and act on them.”

The researchers are looking at the timing of the tweets and options activity in the overnight stock market, among other factors. One big unknown: whether the bots are the work of entities with a direct financial interest in Tesla.

Twitter bots have been created on behalf of other companies, the researchers found, but the content tends to be what they called “generic” marketing messages.

Whatever the effect on stock prices, Kirsch said, the bot campaign represents a new form of corporate content distribution or, as he calls it, “computerized computational propaganda.”

“This computational content may have buffered the Tesla narrative from an emergent group of critics, relieved downward pressure on the Tesla stock price and amplified pro-Tesla sentiment from the time of the firm’s IPO in June 2010 to the end of 2020,” reads a paper that the researchers plan to present at the International Electric Vehicle Symposium in June in Oslo.

The paper calls Musk “a singular figure on Twitter,” with his 80 million followers. “It’s not clear if this strategy could be replicated by other firms,” the authors write.

If so, the legal and ethical questions will become more salient. Should firms that use bots have to disclose their use to the SEC or conform with lobbying disclosure rules?

Those are questions Kirsch believes regulators will need to consider as other firms see how Musk and Tesla have benefited from their bot following.

“It matters who stands in the public square and has a big megaphone they’re holding, and the juice they’re able to amplify their statements with,” he said.

This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.