The Cayman Gang of Four are showing signs of desperation lately. A 90-year old American investor, who is blind and disabled, was threatened by the group's leader, Sharon Lexa Lamb, when he again requested that his investment account be returned to him. Lamb told the client that, should he continue to ask for his money, she would turn over all his information to the Internal Revenue Service, and that the end result would be a Federal prison term for tax evasion.
Is there nothing the Gang of Four will not do to hold on to the estimated $450m they have stolen from Canadian and American investors ? This is one of the most despicable things they have done to date. Lamb had previously delayed refunding the investor his money, by placating him with the story that B & C Capital had to sell off some stock, and then he would receive his $2m, in full. When that lie ran out, she threatened the investors with the dire consequences stated above.
The investor, who has no liability for undeclared income, has decided to proceed with litigation, but, in my humble opinion, no less than a substantial prison time, in a Federal Prison in the United States, is in order, for Sharon Lexa Lamb, as well as the other members of the Cayman Gang of Four, Derek Buntain, Fernando Mota Mendez, and the fugitive, Ryan Bateman.