Added to the online collection of Kyleen Cane treasure trove of fraud are new Outlook PST emails and a comprehensive litigation and deposition document dump. These documents show the speed and expertise between Cane and her co-conspirators as they defraud the insiders and shareholders of Secured Diversified Investments and Davi Skin. As we speak, an Outlook exporter is converted the ancient file format into PDFs for easy access. For a preview of Jan Wallace and Kyleen Cane’s communication checkout the PST after the jump.
Bonus – Amin Lahka shops for prostitutes!
Actually a better preview of the Outlook PST are the index files. The 2006-05-04 and 2009-09-28 are just a sample. To download both the index and the text of the body of the email, navigate to here.
Fraud former attorney Kyleen E. Cane and her cohorts attempt to block the celebration of their long running scheme to pump-and-dump by threatening hosting providers, printing services, and basically anything which promotes the awareness of their con, we, at Asher Madison, have created royalty free copyright open graphics of Kyleen / Michael Cane, Jan Wallace and Amin Andy Lakha for all to enjoy. All that is needed is the following attribution.
Copyright Asher Madison (firstname.lastname@example.org, www.ashermadison.com) NOT fraud Kyleen/Michael Cane, NOT Jan Wallace, and NOT Amin Andy Lakha.
With most of Kyleen Cane’s motions to sever her trial and dismiss counts against her denied, it seems she’s running out of options.
Involved in a scheme to manipulate trading in four microcap stocks between October 2012 and July 2014, trading patterns resembling illegal pump and dump strategies, Kyleen Cane and her associates’ backs are against the wall with time running out as the trial date nears.
Cane’s best hope now is jury selection, of which she hopes her proposed questionnaire will help her get a favorable jury. Of note is the request for the addition of a question asking if the potential juror has had any prior negative experiences with an attorney (such as Cane) that would affect their ability to hear the case.
Even Cane knows dealing with attorneys like herself would leave a bad taste in people’s mouths.
Cane and her co-defendants go to trial on April 2nd, 2018.