Did you feel it in the air on Friday the 13th?
In the latest of a long line of delay tactics, Rob Gray is doing what he has always done before when he gets caught, file for bankruptcy. This will be the first of many bankruptcies now that his fraud is exposed and is in court. He cannot file for personal bankruptcy until the 7 years is up from his last one in December of 2006.
This will blow up in Rob’s face because you cannot declare bankruptcy over fraud. Especially since the Mulligan Mint Inc. did not even legally exist until 7/1/2013, only 2 months ago! As far as I know, all of the creditors that loaned Rob money through the fictional entity known as the Mulligan Mint was prior to 7/1/2013.
The one good thing is that it is finally showing what I have suspected all along, there is a long trial of bodies in this mess.
We already know they stole $1,400,000 from Republic Metals and I am sure their lawyers are going to have a field day with this latest delay tactic.
The next one is very interesting because it looks like from this filing that he took $650,000 from Lakota Oyate. I know the Free Lakota Bank is Rob Gray’s “personal piggy bank” that he “loaned” money to himself to fund his business and life, I don’t know if this money was loaned to Rob or if this is what was stolen from the depositors of the Free Lakota Bank. I am sure now that the cat is out of the bag officially, perhaps we will get some real information out of what is really going on at the Free Lakota Bank.
The next two individuals on the list are the ones that I feel the worst for since they are the ones that trusted the Gray’s the most. Phil Pozderac and Steven Berryman were two employees that I had met in my two trips down to the mint. They were very hard working and passionate people that not only worked many long hours building that mint but apparently gave the Gray Brothers $485,000 and $125,412 of their own personal money. I am sure that this money was a significant portion of their life savings that was scooped up in this grand fraud. While these men worked long hours for that money and many more hours building the mint, Rob Gray flew around the world and bought mansions with their money.
I do not feel sorry for American Express and their $245,000 loss. They were warned.
One of those victims looks like $73,500 from the Evolving Heart Mission! Really?! The rest of the people on the list I am not familiar with and cannot say anything other than I bet they were really passionate people that wanted to believe what Rob Gray was selling and now have nothing to show for it.
I am very surprised that Provident Metals ONLY lost $20,000. That is a huge swing from what I was told they loaned them only a few months ago… hmmm.
As for me, I am only listed for the 1,500 ounces he stole from me and none of the hundreds of thousands of profits and my dies.
Finally in typical Rob Gray fashion, Rob included his former attorney’s in this case that he did not pay. He did this in his 2006 bankruptcy too. Classic Rob! I do not feel bad for the attorney’s because they were warned as soon as they took the case that they would not be paid and only work on a retainer. They did not listen and they got screwed.
As you will see in this PDF MM4 – Attorney disclosure Rob did come up with $46,000 in a cashiers check to retain his bankruptcy attorneys. I know Rob well enough that he would not spend his LAST $46,000 on bankruptcy proceedings which means there is a bunch of cash out there I am sure and the first place to start looking is the bank that that retainer check is cut from.
There are only two things the psychopath fears, exposure and the greater psychopath.
I have done my part of exposing this fraud.
Now I hope they all get thrown into jail.
Update 1: US Federal Bankruptcy Fraud Checklist. Bankruptcy fraud carries a sentence of up to five years in prison, or a fine of up to $250,000, or both. See 18 U.S.C. § 152.
1. Concealment of assets.
2. Serial bankruptcy cases.
3. Failure to keep usual business records.
4. Incomplete or missing books and records.
5. Conduct well outside ordinary business or industry standards and practices.
6. Unusual depletion of assets shortly before the bankruptcy filing.
7. Recent departure of debtor’s officers, directors or general partners.
8. Unanswered questions or incomplete information on debtor’s schedules and statement of financial affairs.
9. Frequent amendments to schedules, statements of financial affairs and monthly operating reports.
10. Inconsistencies among recent financial statements, tax returns and debtor’s schedules and statements of financial affairs.
11. Absence of knowledgeable officers to testify at the Section 345 meeting.
12. Inability to contact principals of debtor at debtor’s stated location
14. Frequent dealings in cash rather than recorded transactions
15. Sudden depletion of inventory post-petition without plausible explanation.
16. Inflated salaries, payments of bonuses or cash withdrawals by officers, directors, shareholders or other insiders.
17. Transfer of property to insiders, shareholders and relatives shortly before bankruptcy
18. Payoff of loans to directors, officers, shareholders, relatives or other insiders shortly before filing.
19. Transactions with non-debtor subsidiaries, parent companies or affiliated corporations owned by the same or related persons or entity.
20. A history of prior litigation or post-petition litigation involving breech of contracts, fraud misrepresentations, etc.
21. Complicated corporate structures and relationships.
22. Creditor confusion concerning corporate structure.
23. Fire, theft or loss prior to or after filing.
24. Failure to pay withholding and sales tax.
25. Startup of a similar business near the time of bankruptcy filing.
Update 2: Hare Psychopathy Checklist.
Factor 1: Interpersonal/Affective
- Glibness/superficial charm
- Grandiose sense of self-worth
- Pathological lying
- Lack of remorse or guilt
- Shallow affect (genuine emotion is short-lived and egocentric)
- Callousness; lack of empathy
- Failure to accept responsibility for his or her own actions
Factor 2: Lifestyle/Antisocial
- Need for stimulation/proneness to boredom
- Parasitic lifestyle
- Poor behavioral control
- Lack of realistic long-term goals
- Juvenile delinquency
- Early behavior problems
- Revocation of conditional release
- Criminal versatility
Traits not correlated with either factor
- Promiscuous sexual behavior
- Many short-term (marital) relationships
- Acquired behavioral sociopathy/sociological conditioning