More about FreeZone Modus Operandi

“The true psychotic is not always a madhouse. Among these gray walls are more like his victims. The actual psychotic is causing hysteria, apathy, confusion and stress reactions in others. This is the identity of which is the source of psychosis.

In general, it is rather difficult to follow across as being, as it speaks through the wildest generalizations, and appears rather wise unless you listen carefully. Then you discover that the reasons for not providing a lot of sense, but are all directed towards the need to destroy or harass everyone or selected groups or material objects.
The true psychotic is covertly or overtly destructive to what we consider good or honest or value. ”
L. Ron Hubbard
(February 2, 1966 “psychotic”)

It has become common practice that a bunch of fraudsters partner together and smear the name of a good man like a Pierre. If you have not realized some truths till now and how this partnership goes in order to scam people, be aware! One FreeZoner , Frank Pate , who was promoted to provide free phone counselling came out to be using this to recruit investors in apparently fraudulent scheme (see below) . Frank Pate also funneled large amounts of sums to Trey Lotz for his auditing services, which apparently did not lead him ( Frank) to an honest way of living.

I have been also threatened if I speak up , so I will merely provide the facts as published in the media of Dallas Morning New. Anther example of parasitism and promoting parasitism in the FreeZone.

 

Jury convicts former Frisco man in federal fraud scheme

A federal jury has convicted a former Frisco man on multiple fraud charges after a five-day trial in Sherman, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Frank E. Pate, 47, of Prescott, Ariz., was found guilty on two counts of wire fraud and one count of mail fraud. He faces up to 20 years in prison on each count. A sentencing date has not been set.

According to prosecutors, seven investors gave Pate more than $2.6 million between 2004 and 2013 for foreign currency trading through two companies, Infinity Investing and Infinity Companies. Bank accounts for both companies were based in Frisco and were controlled by Pate, prosecutors said. But instead of using the money for his clients, Pate spent much of the money on personal expenses, prosecutors said.

Pate, who represented himself at trial, was in custody and not available for comment.

This case was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys J. Andrew Williams and Christopher Eason.

Promoters of questionable practices in the FreeZone. BE AWARE!

Here is a copy of advertisement by Terril Park who promotes Frank Pate with a story written by The Oracle. 

 

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