Royalty Free Attribution Only Graphics of Fraud Kyleen E. Cane, Jan Wallace and Amin Lakha. Yay!

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. Al that is needed is the following attribution.

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Juanita Mary Jardine aka Jan Wallace Gallery

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AJ DiScala Co-Conspirator admits they did illegal trades in Microcap Fraud Ring –

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UPDATE 8.8.16– Court records show Goodrich was ordered to pay only $3,938 in forfeiture fines for his role in the manipulation of a stock called Cubed. He is still waiting to be sentenced.

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A So-Cal stock broker admitted to aiding in the pump and dump of penny stock Cubed with accused microcap fraudster AJ DiScala last week. Darren C. Goodrich, 37-year-old head trader at BMA Securities, plead guilty in Brooklyn federal court on June 27th to one count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud for his role in artificially controlling the price and volume of Cubed shares through fraudulent concealment of AJ’s crew’s ownership interest in the stock and engineering price movements through wash and match trades. The charge caries a 5 year max jail term plus criminal forfeiture of assets through fines and restitution. Goodrich was arrested on multiple counts of securities and wire fraud on November 2, 2015 with the possibility of over 20 years in jail.
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reported extensively since 2014 on the alleged pump and dump stock schemes the DOJ thinks AJ DiScala led with New York-based attorney Darren Ofsink and Nevada-based attorney Kyleen Cane. All three are still fighting the charges with plans to go to trial. The DOJ has now secured four guilty pleas from DiScala’s crew of co-conspirators, which included his investment banking partner at OmniView Marc Wexler, who are presumable now helping the DOJ with their case. The DOJ says Goodrich only acted illegally in the manipulation of one of four stocks in their complaint.

According to FINRA records Goodrich was a licensed investment advisor and broker for 14 years. He spent most of his career as a broker for Burt Martin Arnold who founded El Segundo-based broker-dealer BMA Securities. The broker dealer has multiple FINRA enforcement actions, fines and sanctions against them. On November 11th, 2104 the broker dealer, Goodrich, and Arnold were charged by their regulator for failure to supervise deficiencies regarding sales of unregistered securities, failure of duty to conduct a reasonable inquiry into the issuance of large blacks of stock to only a few clients who sold millions of shares just six days after being issued the free trading shares. The manipulation of Cubed occurred between March-July 2014. The FINRA charges don’t say which microcap stock these charges are for but they sound very familiar to how the DOJ described the Cubed manipulation in their complaint against Goodrich a year later. Goodrich and Arnold (who was not charged by the DOJ) were suspended by FINRA for 30 days and broker dealer had to pay a hefty fine of $325,000. Goodrich left BMA Securities a month before he was arrested.

Goodrich’s plea deal causes new headaches for attorney Kyleen Cane. She is alleged to have been the thought leader behind their shares into escrow account scheme. According to DiScala, who I first interviewed in September 2014, Cane came up with the idea that the mom and pop investors, who brokers like Goodrich would convince to buy Cubed’s stock, would have their shares deposited in an escrow account for the first six months to a year to make sure their wasn’t a rush to dump the stock of the newly reverse merged company–this included AJ’s own shares he said he agreed to have put in escrow in an effort to support the newly traded stock. The DOJ says unbeknownst to investors Cane, who controlled the shares going in and out of escrow accounts, released millions of the shares, that were suppose to be restricted, to dummy nominee accounts that AJ and his co-conspirator brokers controlled. And those shares are what aided in creating a false impression there was a buying and selling in the stock to make a market and increase the share price. Cane in her legal motions denies her leadership role in the escrow scheme. But with Goodrich now pleading in open court that Cane told him how she was doing the scheme there is new strong evidence against her. This is on top of the wire taps that DOJ has of AJ and Darren talking about Cane’s scheme.

Cane was formerly a man named Michael Cane, according to bar records. She has filed some aggressive litigation in Stamford and Las Vegas state courts against some of the investor deal finders in Cubed who were not arrested named Max Kahn and Michael Caridi. She throws out the notion that Kahn and Caridi are two of the confidential witnesses the DOJ doesn’t name in their original charges in her complaint. According to Kahn and Caridi’s attorney at Anderson Kill this claim is ‘absurd’. But whoever got the DOJ’s attention to bring to case and ask for wire taps of AJ’s cell phone is still unknown.

Goodrich is still out on bail, his father an LA-based litigator Brenton Foster Goodrich put up $250,000 for his son’s million dollar bond and his wife Mindy Goodrich put their amazing ocean view home as collateral. There is no date set for his sentencing yet as I am sure the DOJ will wait till the DiScala case is concluded. Goodrich, who grew up in the Palos Verde section of L.A.’s southbay, was forced to sale his family home for $6.15 million in May. You can see a sales video tour of the beautiful 5 bedroom, five bath modern home here. I am assuming the house was sold to help pay legal fees and upcoming restitution.
Goodrich and BMA Securities did not return a call for comment. I reached out to AJ’s attorneys about Goodrich saying ‘AJ’s guilty’ but they did not return an email for comment.

Network Visualization of Michael Cane / Kyleen Cane, Jan Wallace, and Others Fraud Companies.

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Note how each of the Kyleen E. Cane and Jan Wallace companies use Mujit Johal as their CFO, and how Devi Johal manages the off-shore LOM Securities entities where they deposit their unregistered securities.

Kyleen E. Cane's Gallery

CNBC Covers Kyleen E. Cane's SEC Stock Fraud & SEC Complaint

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Also available on the SEC Website.

Andy Amin Lakha Criminal Docket Assault 4th Degree.

Juanita Jardine aka Jan Wallace Is Granted a “Discharge of Bebtor.”

20140527 Wallace Bankrtuptcy Discharge – Jaunita Mary Jardine is granted a Discharge of Debtor by the United States Bankruptcy Court.  Juanita Jardine’s new “address” PO Box 503, Stittsville, Ontario, Canada, K2S 1A6.