Kenneth Rijock

Kenneth Rijock

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

CAYMAN GANG OF FOUR TO VICTIMS: IF YOU WANT YOUR MONEY, YOU MUST RETRACT ALL THE NEWS ARTICLES FROM THE INTERNET

Bateman, Lamb & Buntain
In August, 2015, when one of the victims of the Cayman Gang of Four approached Sharon Lexa Lamb, considered to be the Gang ringleader, she told him that, if he wanted to receive the money and stock in his account, he would have to sign what amounted to a general release. Additionally, he would have to see that retractions were published, regarding articles detailing the crimes committed by the Gang of Four. The retraction document appears below.

Here is the document that the victim was told, by Lamb, he must sign, as well as his adviser, who was the whistleblower publishing some of the articles, to get his assets back:





You may not recognize all of these articles, as some have been published on other website, under other titles. The document amounts to a retraction, and an apology. The victim, of course, had no role in any of the articles cited, nor did he contribute any information whatsoever to the journalists who wrote them. Thus, not only did the Cayman Gang of Four steal millions from accounts at Dundee Merchant Bank, but they want the news of their crimes retracted from the Internet, and a general release from the victims, prior to (possibly) disbursing back to them, some ( but not necessarily all) of their money.

The arrogance of the Gang of Four, who are Sharon Lexa Lamb, Ryan Bateman, Derek Buntain, and Fernando Moto Mendes, apparently know no bounds. It is now time for justice to be served.

4 comments:

  1. These is not people but worms from the deepest part of hell. Sharon Lexa Lamb sold her sold her soul to Satan and her body to Hell.

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  3. Cute piece of evidence! Sharon Lexa Lamb knew of the groups that were involved in the fraud even in August of 2015. Mr. Rijock, I enjoy reading the events about the Cayman Islands but is this not classified as blackmail and extortion?

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    1. If Ms. Lamb wrote this, why would she not include her own name in the apology she is supposed to have sought? Strange thing also, I thought she was British!

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