Kenneth Rijock

Kenneth Rijock

Sunday, February 7, 2021

WE CONFIRM ALI SADR HASHEMI NEJAD USED TWO DIFFERENT DATES OF BIRTH AND TWO ST KITTS PASSPORTS WITH MALTESE REGULATORS

 

 


If you read my original article, Iranian Owner of Malta's closed Pilatus Bank used Four St Kitts Passports under Different Names, which we published on February 8, 2020, you may recall that the Iranian owner of Pilatus Bank, ALI SADR HASHEMI NEJAD a/k/a SEYED ALI SADR HASHEMINEJAD, reported more than one Date of Birth when reporting to Maltese regulatory authorities. 

We have now confirmed the dates; they are: 25 May 1971 and 9 February, 1980.

                                                                                                                                                                                                              

This is classic financial criminal tradecraft, expressly designed to throw off (confuse) any investigation that involves computer searches. the birth date inconsistency causes any database searches to eliminate or return false negatives. if we were dealing with different dates in th same year, it could be simply data entry error, or human mistake on Sadr's part, but given a nine year difference, it appears to be nothing less than intentional.

He also did report two different St Kitts Citizenship by Investment (CBI) passport numbers when corresponding with regulators, R0052639 and RE0015587.                                                                                                                 <                                                                                                                                    



Again, there is no way this is an unintentional human error. There are reportedly two other SKN passports in his possession.

Therefore, the next times Sadr's New York criminal defence attorneys represent that he was "exonorated" in his Federal criminal case (not true, by the way) and that their client was innocent, perhaps someone should tell them that their client employed typical tactics of a financial criminal when making the required reports to government regulators.



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