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J. Beare, “I have read it and would like to meet u on my next trip to la.”

From: Gary S. Gevisser
Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 20049:02 AM
To: Jonathan Beare
Subject: RE: <no subject>

Jonathan hello – I think we should arrange a conference call involving Derrick who is pretty up to speed on why you may want to rethink waiting 6 weeks.

In a short while I will be following up with Eliot Spitzer, the Attorney General of New York whose prosecutors as a result of our phone call on Monday have a number of additional things to think about including how my call for public Congressional hearings in to what is really going in the insurance industry could affect their ability to expand theirrefreshing complaint filed mid October against AIG-Marsh & McLennan-ACE Ltd, only now finding out that what they have while “breathtaking” is no more than the tip of an iceberg, sending chills up the spine of those like my “friend” Ron Bellows Senior a senior Risk Management specialist at AIG whose email to me in late July titled, “Indeed I am impressed – you took a very little and made into a very well said statement about the true nature – well done – glad I could help – rock on” goes to the heart of how such Congressional hearings could very possibly interfere with the Attorney General’s ability to get the likes of Mr. Bellows Senior to “squeal”, more likely than not our Congress people could be more easily pressured than Spitzer to grant the likes of Mr. Bellows carte blanche immunity to mention little of public Congressional hearings having a disastrous effect on the world economy, need I remind you that there is no one I know other than myself who can provide a logical explanation as to why the world’s financial markets have not imploded yet.

In a nutshell, the Attorney General of New York’s familiarity of with my “work product” means that in 6 weeks from now I may not be in a position to talk all that openly, at the same time by sharing my “findings” with others including rather gifted black South Africans who have already begun to celebrate “big time” even if I were to have a series of incapacitating strokes or someone were to be reckless to take an ax to the back of my head the value of intellectual property will most surely on rise, i.e. the price for entry will go up considerably.

Moreover, should I find just one congress person to ask the likes of Mr. Bellows Senior a handful of questions pertaining to the irrefutable “smoking gun proof” of fraud in my possession sent to me by Mr. Bellows the trust that others have in the United States currency could evaporate in an instant, doubtful that u need much reminding that the Federal Reserve of the United States is only required to exercise “good judgment” in its monetary policy, just this very minute putting the phone down with a former boss-mentor of mine, Mr. Amos P. Wright a former U.S. Marine and Navy Officer during WWII, now almost 88 years old, commenting “What American dollar?” well up is Amos on the “method to my madness.”

Suffice to say this email which got the attention and support of the likes of Mr. Ron Bellows Senior as well as intellectually honest attorney clients of mine who specialize in SCALs [Shareholder Class Action Litigation] sent out back in the summer of 2002 calling for a suspension in the trading of public corporations has now taken on a greater sense of urgency, just a matter of time before the mainstream media pick up on things.

Over the course of the next couple of days I am in the process of moving into my new digs in Del Mar and the best way to reach me is on my wife’s cell phone 1-858-735-6398.

Best regards,

Gary

—–Original Message—–
From: Jonathan Beare
Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2004 3:11 AM
To: gsg@sellnext.com
Subject: <no subject>

 

Hi gary, derrick sent me your draft proposal- I have read it and would like

to meet u on my next trip to la. This will be in 6 weeks. I look forward to

seeing u and wish…. Kind regards jonathan

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