Security Pacific National Bank nka Bank of America

Security Pacific National Bank nka Bank of America

THIS IS A TRUE STORY (Original date of Article: 2004-10-30)

700 million U.S. dollars allotted for “humanitarian aid” to Bosnia in 1990, are still circulating after 13 years. Transformed into $2,000 IMO’s , purchased at discount rates by well-informed “investment sharks” from Bosnian aid recipients unable to cash IMO’s for both a lack of banking services and top-level corruption, the IMO’s travel from country to country in a never-ending odyssey. When Rome businessman, begins investigating the IMO’s, he is impeded by “disinterested” government officials, who then accuse him of conspiracy to commit fraud. Here is how the story unfolded:

In April, 2001, Mr. Pinoci, one of three managing partners of a U.S.-based corporation, FreeCom.Net, Inc., is approached by a group of investors wishing to purchase 20 million dollars of stock in the company he represents with payment to be made in IMO’s.

(Mr. Alex Pinoci, a graduate of Rutgers University, a former U.S. Army commissioned officer and holder of the U.S. Army Commendation Medal with honourable discharge, has lived and worked for 25 years as a business consultant in the U.S. and Europe. He acquired Italian citizenship through his marriage to an Italian, and is the father of two grown girls.)

The first step taken is to ascertain the validity of the IMO’s. He proceeds to make inquiries with the Supervisor of the State Comptrollers Office in Sacramento, California. ( The IMO’s were originally issued in Brea, California, by the Security Pacific National Bank which, in 1993, was taken over by Bank of America.) He receives no reply from the comptrollers office.

The next step is to contact the FBI offices at the American Embassy in Rome, which he does, and is advised that “the only way to validate them is to deposit them in his company’s account”. Following their advice, he asks the would-be investors to send 100 (one hundred) of the IMO’s to his colleague in California.

The third step then is to deposit the IMO’s into an account which their company holds with the Los Osos, California, branch of Bank of America ( which, in 1993, absorbed all assets and responsibilities of the original bank which issued the IMO’s in 1990). The director of the bank refuses to accept them, informs Mr. P’s colleague that the IMO’s “are not a valid account” (writing as such on some of the IMO’s), refuses to put her refusal in writing, and refuses to call in the appropriate authorities as requested by Mr. P’s colleague. ( As an official of a bank, it is the duty of the bank official, in the event there is suspected foul play, fraud, or counterfeiting, to contact the appropriate authorities.)

Mr. Pinoci is left to conduct investigations on his own initiative and in doing so amasses a most intriguing list of distinguished persons and organizations including (to name a few):

Ms. Leticia Duarte, Supervisor, State Comptrollers Office, California
FBI agents in Rome, Italy, John Casenza and  Linda Vidi,
Ms. O’Loan, Director of Bank of  America, Los Osos, California
USAA Federal Savings Bank represented by Mr. Michael, Broker
Internal Revenue Service
Mr.  Randy Evans, Chief Financial Officer of  W.B.M.B. Enterprises Ltd.
Mr.  Richard, Jablonski, RICO Fraud Investigator
FBI agent Mr. Kurt Schmidt of El Paso, Texas
Mr. John Cornyn, Attorney General of Texas;
Mr. John Ashcroft, U.S. Attorney General;
Mr. Ken Lewis, Chairman of the Bank of America
U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer of California
The Comptroller of the Currency-Administrator of National Banks in Washington, D.C.,
The PRIVREDNA BANK, ZACREB, CROATIA,

Some of the above-mentioned responded with conflicting information, others sent courteous but meaningless responses unrelated to the problem, and some did not even respond. In any case, all of which demonstrate behaviour flagrantly in contrast with their professional responsibilities.

In a last attempt to validate the IMO’s, Mr. Pinoci sends two ( 2) of them to the Internal Revenue Service for payment of his personal taxes with a written note stating that “the IMO’s may not be valid”. On the contrary, they were accepted as payment for his taxes! What better proof of validity than acceptance by the IRS? Well, one would think so but here’s where the fun begins:

On July 9th, 2003, the Rome Police arrest Mr. P at his home without a warrant or explanation.
At the same time, and on the same warrant, two other persons are arrested: Mr. Zoran Petrovic, Managing Partner of FreeCom.Net, Inc., resident of Los Osos, California. He is arrested and jailed in Croatia where is is still incarcerated and waiting extradition to the U.S.A.
John Oliver Butner of Texas, business partner/associate of Mr. Randy Evans, representative W.B.M.B. Enterprises Ltd, Clackamas, Oregon. (Mr. Butner is the son of an El Paso policeman and was released on minimal bail. Bail has been denied to Messrs. Pinoci and Petrovic. )
On July 11th, after 2 days, Mr. Pinoci is served with a warrant citing “Criminal procedure of extradition….as demanded by the Attorney General of El Paso, Texas …… based on an international arrest warrant dated 27 January, 2003, by the same Attorney General for Conspiracy to Commit Bank Fraud, Bank Fraud, and Aiding and Abetting Bank Fraud”. As if this wasn’t enough…
On July 22nd 2003, Mr. Pinoci is released from prison on his own recognizance and ordered “to leave Italy within five days, being that he has been judged an illegal alien from Yugoslavia”. A most challenging feat being that Yugoslavia no longer exists and that Mr. Pinoci is a citizen of Italy.
On July 29th, 2003, the expulsion order is cancelled (with, of course, no explanation).
On the 11th of August, Mr. P he is arrested again on the same warrant with the same demand for extradition to the U.S.
On August 14th, 2003, Mr. P is released with no explanation but with orders to “sign in” at the local police station 3 times a week to insure that, this time, he doesn’t escape from the country.
On October 11th, 2003, his legal counsel in Texas informs him that “It seems that the U.S. District Attorney’s Office is not interested in talking to you until you are in the United States. It is advisable that you stay close to your extradition attorney and if he can continue to be successful in thwarting the extradition, that may be the best defence to any action here in the U.S.”
On November 6th 2003, Mr. P is informed that the extradition documents have finally arrived and have been deposited with the Appeals Court in Rome … exactly 120 days after his first arrest, in violation of the extradition treaty provision which provides a time limit of 45 days after arrest!
The Provisions of the Bilateral Extradition Treaty with Italy dated 13 October,1983, Article X, paragraph 3 clearly state that “A request for extradition which relates to a person who has not yet been convicted shall also be accompanied by:

a. A certified copy of the arrest warrant or any order having similar effect;

b. A summary of the facts of the case, of the relevant evidence and of the conclusions reached, providing a reasonable basis to believe that the person sought committed the offence for which extradition is requested; “Article XII, paragraph 4, states: “. Provisional arrest shall be terminated if, within a period of 45 days, the Executive Authority has not received a formal request for extradition and the

supporting documents required .”

Today, 5 months after his first arrest by Italian police agents, as no evidence has been produced to show that the IMO’s are counterfeit, nor has there been a legitimate warrant issued listing the accusations and evidence of fraud, Mr. Pinoci is still fighting extradition to the U.S. He has yet to be seen or heard by an Italian judge or court which, instead has set a deadline of February 24, 2004, for whatever court hearing may occur, all clearly in violation of the Bilateral Extradition Treaty of 13 October, 1983.

What are the options for citizen Pinoci?

If the hearing does not take place, the U.S. request expires in Italy. However, U.S. authorities can re-submit their request, repeating the whole process.
If a hearing does take place and the Italian courts reject extradition, U.S. authorities can still re-submit the request for extradition.
In both cases, should Mr. P set foot outside the EU, he will risk being arrested for extradition to the U.S.

If Mr. P files a court action for personal damages in Italy, it is most probable that the Italian courts will reject it.
This would leave only one other option…

To seek a trial on the American charges in the Italian courts. If found innocent, he would be a free man and able to sue for personal damages in the Italian courts against the U.S. and Italy, but most probably not in an American court. Such action might create difficulties in the future if he should need to enter the U.S. on business, even though he is an Italian citizen.
Today, Mr. P is simply waiting for the next wave of U.S. “orders” to arrive in the hands of an ill-prepared Italian police force which receives its orders from a misinformed and disinterested Italian judiciary, struggling with its own chaos. How long will U.S. authorities continue to abuse their leverage in other countries? What is at the core of this story (which has the makings of a Ludlum spy novel) in which honest citizens become enmeshed in the nightmarish …………. of unscrupulous manipulators of public funds?

while the principal protagonists are still at large, dancing to the tune of 700 million dollars.

Is this just another example of scandal and incompetence on the part of U.S. government officials? Or perhaps a glaring abuse of U.S. government power exerted over a confused and bumbling Italian judiciary, in order to cover up past intrigues? Possibly both.

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Chronology of the events. (All documentation listed is available on request through alexander.vonpinoci@poste.it)
Years 1990

[As told to Mr. Pinoci by Croatian investors.) The Security Pacific National Bank of Brea, California USA, issues, on order of the U.S. government, $700.000.000 of International Money
Orders, undated, in denominations of $2.000, payable on right, for humanitarian purposes, destination Bosnia . (Doc. A)

Year 1993

The Security Pacific National Bank of Brea, California USA, is absorbed by
the Bank of America.   All its assets and obligations become the responsibility of the Bank of America.
Year 2001

Mr.Pinoci is one of three managing partners of an American corporation, FreeCom.Net, Inc.(formed in July, 1997) seeking funds for several company projects. His offices are located in his home in Rome, Italy. He is approached by a group of Croatian investor, Messieurs Nicholas Smolcic, Mirko Bacak and Nebojsa Milinkovic  (Doc. B) who indicate their interest in acquiring 1,000 shares of stock in Free.Com.Net, Inc. for $20,000,000 (twenty million USA dollars), paying with International Money Orders (IMO) issued in 1993 by  the Security Pacific National Bank (now Bank of America)  (Doc. A)

Mr. Smolcic explains that the IMO come from American humanitarian aid to Bosnia and that they have been acquired at a discount from the original beneficiaries.   Mr. Pinoci asks and obtains the serial numbers of all the IMO listed in the proposal transaction. (Doc. D)

Mr. Zoran Petrovic, Managing Partner of FreeCom.Net, Inc., transmits the serial numbers to  the Bank of America, which confirms that the numbers are valid. In addition, Mr. Petrovic transmits the same serial numbers to Ms. Leticia Duarte, Supervisor, State Controllers Office, Sacramento, California USA, to which he receives NO answer. (Doc. E)

23 April, 2001

Mr. Pinoci takes the list of serial numbers to FBI agents  John Casenza and  Linda Vidi, at the American Embassy in Rome, Italy, for verification. (tel. American Embassy in Rome: (0039-06.4674.2779)

18 May 2001

Agent Casenza calls Mr. Pinoci to tell him that his investigation was inconclusive and  that “the only way to ascertain the validity of the IMO’s is to deposit them in a bank”. ( A recording of this conversation should be available at the U.S. Embassy in Rome, Italy.) FreeCom.Net, Inc., signs an agreement to cede 1,000 shares to the Croatian investors ( Doc. F )

June, 2001

A set of 100 of the aforesaid IMO’s is sent from Croatia to Mr. Zoran Petrovic, Managing Partner of FreeCom.Net, Inc. Los Osos, California, (via  DHL Shipment Airway bill 614 2086 661).

8 June, 2001

Mr. Zoran Petrovic, takes the 100 IMO’s to the Bank of  America, Los Osos, California Branch.  The director, Ms. O’ Loan,  not only refuses to accept them, she refuses to put her refusal in writing (though she writes, by hand on some IMO’s, “not valid account “, and refuses to call the authorities. ( Doc. G) Please note that  “not valid account” is not synonymous with “counterfeit” and that IMO’s are prepaid  banking instruments and as such cannot have a “non-valid account”… unless they have been taken out of circulation, in which case the funds in the account must be transferred to the State for safe-keeping (See California State Codes 3160-3162 and 33900-33903). ( If the money orders were suspected to be counterfeit or stolen, then the bank had the obligation to confiscate them and to call in the competent authorities as specifically requested by Mr. Petrovic at the bank.)
Mr. Petrovic then contacts the offices of the State of California, but is told that there is no record of such funds.

After a telephone consultation with the legal office of USAA Federal Savings Bank, Mr. Pinoci instructs his colleague, Mr. Petrovic, to deposit, via mail, one IMO ( worth $2,000) into his private account with a letter warning the bank that the IMO “could be invalid”. The IMO is processed and paid by the bank. (Doc. H).

On Mr. Pinoci’s insistence, Mr. Michael Broker at the USAA Federal Savings Bank, conducts a more detailed investigation. (For results see June 21, 2001)

11 June, 2001
Mr. Pinoci sends two IMO’s to the Internal Revenue Service for payment of his personal taxes with a letter warning that the enclosed money orders could be counterfeit .”. ( Doc. J)

15 June, 2001

Mr. Pinoci receives notice from the IRS that the IMO was applied to his account for payment of taxes due in the year 1999. The IMO are valid!!!  ( Doc. K)

June 21, 2001
Mr. Broker of USAA Fed. Savings Bank, sends and e-mail notifying Mr. Pinoci that the Bank of America confirmed that the routing and transit numbers on the money orders identify Bank of America but that their bank has not processed items routed by those numbers since 1993 .”  (Doc. I )

June, 2001

Mr. John McMullan, Managing Partner of FreeCom.Net, Inc., establishes contact with a financial group, W.B.M.B. Enterprise Ltd. which declares its interest in negotiating the money orders. A meeting is arranged between the managing partners of the FreeCom.Net, Inc., Mr. Nicholas Smolcic of the Croatian group, and Mr.  Randy Evans, Chief Financial Officer of  W.B.M.B. Enterprises Ltd. (tel.1-503-266-7469). The meeting will take place at the Hilton Garden Inn, San Francisco Airport North (tel. 1-650-872-1515), on 6-9 July 2001. ( Doc. L)

11 July, 2001

FreeCom.Net, Inc., signs an agreement with W.B.M.B. Enterprise Ltd, (tel. 1-503-266-7469) represented by Mr.Randy Evans, Senior VP and CFO and Garry  Bollyard II, President, (1-503-722-1273). ( Doc. M)
As specified in the agreement, Mr.  Zoran Petrovic, transfers $194,000 of these IMO’s via mail, from Free Net.com, Inc.’s California office to Mr. John Buttner at UNI-FUND, Texas (Tel. 1-915-544-6226).

W.B.M.B Enterprise Ltd. Informs FreeCom.Net, Inc., that their bank has declared the IMO’s counterfeit, has confiscated them, and delivered them to agent Kurt Schmidt of the FBI, El Paso, Texas. ( tel. 1-915-832-5000).

FreeCom.Net, Inc. officially contact Agent Schmidt via telephone and fax asking for written confirmation of the seizure. They receive no answer and Agent Schmidt refuses to talk to them. (No Documents are available on this as agent Schmidt refuses to either respond by fax or to speak to them on the phone.)

26 July to 3 August, 2001

Mr. Randy Evans of W.B.M.B. Enterprises Ltd., in several e-mails, advises FreeCom.Net, Inc., that his group is collaborating with a certain Mr. Richard Jablonski, RICO Fraud Investigator (tel. 1-626-483-6882), to resolve the problem with the competent authorities. Moreover, Mr.Evans asserts  that the investigator, Mr. Richard Jablonski, “has, in the past, dealt with these same money orders and had Bank of America issue new money orders for a total of 40 million dollars. He feels this is possible in our situation as well”. Thereafter, silence! ( Doc. N)

15 August, 2001

Mr. P. files a formal complaint against Agent Kurt Schmidt for illegal detainment of private property with the Attorney General of Texas, Mr. John Cornyn (with copy to U.S. Attorney General, John Ashcroft, (tel. 1-202-307-6777), and copy via fax to the office of the FBI in El Paso).  No answer received. (Doc. O)

22 August, 2001

Mr. P. sends a fax to the Chairman of the Bank of America, Mr. Ken Lewis, tel.1-704-386-1845, asking for clarification. To date, no answer has been received. ( Doc. P )

29 August 2001

Mr. P. contacts U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer of California, asking for a Congressional Investigation. He receives a courteous but meaningless reply totally unrelated to his letter. ( Doc. Q)

September 2001

Mr. P files a formal complaint with the Comptroller of the Currency, Administrator of National Banks. A reply arrives on the December 19th , 2001. (File Number 282826).

November, 2001

The Croatian Group, owing money to Mr. Pinoci for services rendered, mails $8,000 ( in normal U.S. dollars) directly to Mr. Pinoci’s personal account with the USAA Federal Savings Bank in San Antonio, Texas. Contrary to Mr. P’s instructions, the Group sends the payment in IMO’s which are subsequently seized by the FBI. His bank freezes his accounts but when Mr. Pinoci asks for an explanation and a copy of the court order for seizure, and/or a formal receipt from the competent authorities, he receives no reply.

November 15, 2001

The IRS confirms the receipt of only one IMO of $2,000 No mention is made of the other IMO. (Note that on 11 June, 2001, two (2) IMO’s were sent. What happened to the second IMO is unknown.) (Doc. J)

Decembers 19th , 2001

Mr. P receives a written answer from the Comptroller of the Currency who informs him that  “… it was determined the items are not valid documents .” No explanation is given as to how the invalidity was determined!  Note:  “not valid documents is not synonymous with counterfeit”. ( Doc. R)

22 Decembers, 2001

Mr. P makes formal demand to the Comptroller of the Currency, Washington DC, for the complete documentation on File Number 282826 citing the FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT.  He receives no answer.   ( Doc. S)

31 Decembers 2001

FreeCom.Net, Inc. ceases all business operations.

28 January, 2002

Mr. P. obtains evidence that there are still 520 million dollars of International Money Orders  in circulation ( Doc. C)

12 February, 2002

Mr. P obtains evidence that, on the 7th of November, 2001, 49,480 of the IMO’s, in denominations of $2,000, were on deposit with the PRIVREDNA BANK, ZACREB, CROATIA. ( Doc. C-b)

1 March, 2002

Mr. P. forwards a second formal request for complete documentation to the Comptroller of the Currency.
22 April, 2002

Mr. P receives the complete “documentation” from the Comptroller of the Currency, from which he is able to ascertain that the Comptroller simply accepted the word of the Bank of America that “the IMO’s are not valid instruments “. ( Doc. T )

9 July, 2003
Mr. P is arrested,  without warrant, on the basis of an extradition request from the United States.  No details!  He appoints an Italian lawyer ( Mr. Gaetano Scalise, tel. (0039-337.720.608) as his defence counsel in Italy.

11 July, 2003

Mr. P is served with the arrest warrant (two day after the actual arrest) The warrant cites “… criminal procedure of extradition n. 35/03… extradition demanded from the AG El Paso (Texas)
USA… based on an international arrest warrant nr. EP 03 CR 108, dated 27 January 2003 by the AG of El Paso (Texas), for “.criminal association with intent to defraud .”.   Mr. P deducts that the charges are somehow connected to the IMO’s! ( Doc. T-1)

15 July, 2003

Mr. P appears in front of the Appeals Court of Rome, Sez. IV, Penitentiary, and
opposes extradition.  ( Doc. U)

22 July, 2003

Mr. P is released from prison in his own recognizance, ( Doc. V), and is ordered  “to leave Italy within five days as he has been judged an illegal alien from Yugoslavia .”  ( Doc. W)  ( It is wise to point out here that Mr. Pinoci is an Italian citizen. How can he be ordered to leave his own country?) He then must prepare his first-draft defence document, without having seen any accusations or documents.   (Doc. X)

29 July 2003

The expulsion order against Mr. P is cancelled. (No explanation is given).   ( Doc. Y)
11 August 2003

Mr. P is again arrested on the same warrant and same demand for extradition to the United States

( Evidence is in the hands of Mr. Gaetano Scalise, Italian defense counsel. tel. (0039-06.3600.3632/337.720.608.)
13 August 2003

Mr. P appears before the Appeals Court of Rome, Sez. IV Penitentiary, for the second time on the same warrant and  for the second time oppose extradition. ( Doc. Y-2)

14 August 2003

Mr. P. is released from prison for the second time, but this time is ordered to sign in at the local police three times a week.  ( Doc. Y-3)  He appoints Mr. David J. Ferrell of El Paso, Texas (tel.1-915-594-800), as his defence counsel in the U.S.

22 August 2003

Lawyer Ferrell, obtains a copy of the indictment against Mr.P. which contain the following information:

There are three arrest warrants, but none dated 27 January 2003 (basis of
his arrest).  Why?
Of ten persons involved “in the transaction”,  only three have been
singled out!  Why?
Out of 15 events mentioned, Mr. P is aware of only seven.  The facts presented are incomplete, out of context, and out of sequence! The indictment claims that Mr. P was informed that the IMO’s were “without value”, “account not valid”, and “not valid documents”.  Since when are these terms synonymous with “counterfeit” and “fraudulent”?
No evidence or indication of evidence is provided as to how it was determined that the IMO’s are counterfeit and fraudulent!
Mr. P prepares a detailed rebuttal of the charges  (copy available – Y4)

August, 2003

Mr. P learns of a similar case in California.  On 25 April 2003, two Americans of Yugoslavian origins were sentenced to 90 days in jail for attempting to cash counterfeit international money orders drawn on the Security Pacific National Bank of Brea, CA USA (Article by Edgar Sanchez, The Sacramento Bee, 26 April 2003).  According to Dale Lee, chief investigator for the State of California controller’s office in Sacramento, “the roots of the case go back to the early 1990’s when the Security Pacific National Bank suffered a ”security breach”.  Before being purchased by Bank of America, Security Pacific contracted out for the destruction of its international money orders, to be done in the Philippines.”  According to Mr. Lee, some money orders became templates for counterfeiters and counterfeit money orders drawn on Security Pacific began circulating in Eastern Europe in 1992.” ( article-Doc. Y-5)

11 October 2003

Mr. P’s U.S. attorney informs him that “It seems that the US Attorney’s Office is not interested in talking to you until you are in the United States.  Stay close to your extradition attorney and if he can continue to be successful in thwarting the extradition, that may be the best defence to any action here in the U.S..” (Doc. Y-5a)

21 October 2003

In response to an article written by Mr. P and placed on Internet, he receives a telephone call from Ms. Eva Pacello (tel. 49(171)83.414.85) in Germany. She informs him that she represents a financial institution that has received $200.000.000 of these Money Orders from Montenegro and is conducting an investigation in merit. Mr. P asks her to specify their interest via email.

24 October 2003

Not having received an email from Ms. Eva Pacello, Mr. P calls her. She informs him that, through banking channels, they received an official answer: “The Money Orders in question were issued for humanitarian purposes, but in 1993, they were misappropriated by persons not better identified and placed in circulation. The bank became aware of this fact and stopped accepting them… “. That same day Mr. P writes to Mr. Randy Evans asking for additional information. He receives no answer (see contract signed with W.B.M.B. Enterprise Ltd. in July 2001)

26 October, 2003

Mr. P receives a telephone call from Ms. Eva Pacello, informing him that she has sent him two emails with an interesting proposal.  The e-mails read as follows: “… as of yesterday evening we have the possibility to discount the Money Orders at 50% payable in Switzerland .”  The second e-mail provides me with their coordinates: FiPa-International, Eichendorffstrasse 5c, D-84478 Waldkraiburg, tel. 49(8639)4765, fax 49(8638)67834, cellular Eva Pacello 49(171)8341485 and Loredana Pacello 49(179)8398569   ( Doc. Y-6 and  Y-7)

1 November, 2003

Mr. P again receives a telephone call from Ms. Eva Pacello, to inform him that “… FiPa-International… has concluded successfully the transaction and is now looking for more money orders to negotiate.”

6 November, 2003

Mr. P is for the first time given access to the documents and evidence against him.  Despite the fact that the treaty requires the requesting party to submit relevant evidence, there is no proof that the Money Orders are counterfeit, and if they are, how was this determined?  Since when is an affidavit issued by an FBI Agent (Allen Luke Miller) “relevant evidence”? In fact, Agent Miller’s affidavit is nothing more than a summary of events and does not indicate in any way how the invalidity of the Money Orders was determined. ( Doc. Y-9)

14 November, 2003

At the suggestion of his Italian attorney, Mr. P asks his American attorney to contact the American authorities and offer his (Mr. P’s) collaboration to remove the money orders from  international circulation  ( Doc. Y-10)

24 November, 2003

Mr. P’s Italian attorney files a defense document with the Italian court . He requests the dismissal of the extradition request on the basis that no crime was committed, stating that the American accusations do not constitute a crime in Italy and that, if a crime was committed, then the jurisdiction is Italy. ( Doc. Y-11) The same day he asks his American attorney to challenge U.S. jurisdiction in the matter.  ( Doc. Y-12)

7 December 2003

The U.S. attorney advises Mr. P that “… the federal judge assigned to your case will not allow us to proceed unless you are here in the jurisdiction …”.  Essentially, this means that Mr. P is being denied his right of defense and representation! ( Doc. Y-13)

8 December, 2003

Ms. Eva Pacello informs Mr. P that money orders from the same batch as the ones confiscated in Texas have been judged by an Swiss bank expert as valid documents! ( Doc. Y-14) The same day, Mr. P receives an e-mail from a Mr. MARTIN MIZERA, stating that his group is considering a purchase of these money orders. So they are still in circulation?  ( Doc. Y-15)
17 December 2003

Mr. P receives an e-mail from Mr. Randy Evans (in reference to his inquiry dated 24 October, 2003) stating that he knows nothing about the accusations against Mr. Pinoci and John Buttner, and that the money orders were deposited with the Chase Bank, El Paso. The indictment sent to the Italian judiciary by the officials in El Paso instead speaks about the J.C. Morgan Bank. It is important to note here that Mr. Randy Evans is the financial officer of the same company, W.B.M.B. Enterprises, in which John Buttner is a director. Is it possible that he knows nothing about the indictment? ( Doc. Y-16 )

30 December 2003

Mr. P receives notification that on 28 October 2003, the Court of Appeals in Rome,
rejected his appeal against extradition on the basis that the 45 day period provided for in the treaty had expired. According to the opinion of the court, the documents arrived within the terms provided by the treaty, that is, on 18 September, 2003 after his arrest of 11 August 2003. No mention is made of his arrest on 9 July, 2001 and the 17 days Mr. P spent in prison. ( Doc. T-1 and Y-17)

2 June 2006

Order of Dismissal. The U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas, El Paso Division, dismissed all charges against Alexander von Pinoci and Zoran Petrovic, without trial, without motivation, without apology! (Doc. Z)

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THE DUAL-NATIONAL ADVANTAGE

THE DUAL-NATIONAL ADVANTAGE

(ITALY)

So you are a dual national (Italian-American) doing business in Italy? Well, for a person in business, that may be an advantage! However, before we begin, we need to understand some basic principles:

Taxation

  1. Residents of Italy are subject to Italian tax on their worldwide income. Individuals who are not Italian residents are subject to tax on their Italian-source income.

  2. Citizens (not only residents) of the US are subject to US tax on their worldwide income. Non-citizens who are not US residents are subject to tax on their US-source income. Note: Green Card holders are considered US citizens for tax purposes.

  3. Double-Taxation is governed by the US-Italy Income Tax Treaty1.

Residence

  1. In Italy an individual is considered a resident for income tax purposes if, for the ‘greater part of the year’, they satisfy any of the following conditions:

    1. Their habitual abode is in Italy.

    2. The center of their vital interests are located in Italy.

    3. They are registered at the Office of Records of the Resident Population in Italy.

    4. Note: By unwritten EU convention ‘greater part of the year’ is defined as 180 or more days per year.

  2. In the USA an individual is considered a resident for Federal and State income tax purposes based on different criteria:

    1. Federal: You are a resident for income tax purposes if you were present in the USA for a period longer that 35 days in any given tax year.

    2. State: Differs State to State, but for California you are a resident if you were present in California for 9 months or more2 in any given tax year.

Income Tax Rates

  1. The official income tax rate in Italy is 23-43%3, however with almost no ‘serious’ deductions and exemptions, and after you add-in certain ‘hidden’ taxes and non deductible business expenses, under certain conditions, the ‘unofficial’ tax rate can shoot up to 70%!

  2. The official income tax rate in the US is 10-40%4, however with many deductions and exemptions, including, but not limited to, a ‘Foreign Earned Income Exclusion’ of $97,6005. Furthermore, since the US adheres to the principle that ‘all income is taxed, but taxed only once’, the official income tax rate is generally without unpleasant surprises.

  3. California has an income tax of 1-12%6, and does not recognize the Federal ‘Foreign Earned Income Exclusion’!

Fortunately, a business entity is generally taxed where it is registered … and this is gives an advantage to dual-nationals!

Example

You are a freelance Photographer doing business in Italy and are paying all those wonderful Italian taxes. You can you legally reduce those taxes without entering into conflict with Italian or US laws and regulations by registering a business entity (sole proprietorship7, LLC8, or Chapter S Corporation9) in the USA!

Once you have registered a business entity in the USA, your US business entity charters your services to do business in Italy. You now bill all your worldwide clients as a US entity and your clients pay you via bank transfer directly into your US business bank account. Your US entity is taxable only in the USA and pays no taxes in Italy. Italian taxes if any, you pay as an individual!

If you keep your Italian residency:

  1. You are taxed in Italy as an individual on any monies you decide to pay yourself from your US business entity. That amount must be ‘credible’ to Italian tax authorities. Any other monies you may need you can ‘borrow’ from your US entity (loans are not income and therefore are not taxable).

  2. By spending less than 35 days per year in the USA, you take full advantage of the US Foreign Earned Income Exclusion.

  3. You keep your Italian social benefits, if any.

If you transfer your residency to the USA:

  1. You pay no taxes in Italy.

  2. You loose the US Foreign Earned Income Exclusion.

  3. You loose your Italian social benefits, if any.

  4. You can spend a maximum 180 days per year in Italy.

Setting up a Business in California:

  1. Sole Proprietorship: If you use a business name other than your own, you must register a ‘fictitious name’ in a county of your choice10 The cost is minimal but varies county by county. Probably can be done on-line.

  2. Limited Liability Company (LLC) or Chapter S Corporation: Use an on-line service11. There are many, and the cost varies from $184-439 and up, depending on the services requested.

  3. Business Bank Account: You most likely will have to go to the USA to set up your business account. You can use your personal bank account only as a sole proprietor, and only if you do not use a business name that is different from your personal name.

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Social Nationalism

SOCIAL NATIONALISM REVISITED

Citizens First

I emigrated to the USA as a refugee in 1956 and became a member of the Russian-American community in New Jersey. My maternal grandmother, Antonina Alexandrovna Katina-Babenko, died shortly after our arrival, and at age thirteen I became a semi-orphan, estranged from my fathers family, and without a legal guardian. Nevertheless life was good. A Don Cossack, Afanasy Petrovic Nikitin, took me in and raised me as his grandson. The Russian-American community, virulently anti-communist and nationalistic, but with a strong sense of social responsibility, formed a protective ‘square’ around me, … and I lacked nothing! It was during this time that my social-nationalistic views received their foundation, but it took 55 years for them to fully mature.

Socialism1

Modern socialism originated from an 18th-century intellectual and working class political movement that criticized the effects of industrialization and private property on society. The revival of republicanism in the American Revolution of 1776 and the egalitarian values introduced by the French Revolution of 1789 gave rise to socialism as a distinct political movement. In the early 19th century, “socialism” referred to any concern for the social problems of capitalism irrespective of the solutions to those problems.

Socialism is a social and economic system characterized by social ownership of the means of production and co-operative management of the economy, as well as a political theory and movement that aims at the establishment of such a system. “Social ownership” may refer to cooperative enterprises, common ownership, state ownership, citizen ownership of equity, or any combination of these. There are many varieties of socialism and there is no single definition encapsulating all of them. They differ in the type of social ownership they advocate, the degree to which they rely on markets or planning, how management is to be organized within productive institutions, and the role of the state in constructing socialism.

Communism2

By the late 19th century, “socialism” had come to signify opposition to capitalism and advocacy for an alternative post-capitalist system based on some form of social ownership. During this time, German philosopher Karl Marx and his collaborator Friedrich Engels published works criticizing the Utopian aspects of contemporary socialist trends and applied a materialist understanding of socialism as a phase of development which will come about through social revolution instigated by escalating and conflicting class relationships within capitalism. Alongside this there appeared other tendencies such as anarchism, revolutionary syndicalism, social-democracy, Marxism–Leninism and democratic socialism as well as the confluence of socialism with anti-imperialist and anti-racist struggles around the world.

Social Nationalism3

Social nationalism describes the various integral nationalist movements, which place a strong and revolutionary focus on the social-welfare of the working-classes. Such movements arose initially out of the generation radicalized by the First World War, and positioned themselves as the radical center or third position in opposition to both international communism and capitalism, with a deep suspicion of international finance, as manifested politically in liberal and free-masonic plutocracy. Some of these movements came to power in Europe; most notably the Fascists in Italy, the National Socialists in Germany, the Arrow Cross in Hungary, the Ustaše in Croatia, the Legionaries in Romania and the Falange in Spain.

A significant part of the movement, found its theoretical origins in national syndicalism as a reconquest of socialism after the Second International had fallen under the complete control of the internationalist Marxists. The movement places a strong focus on hierarchy and order. In many cases, ideas originating from Georges Sorel, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Friedrich Nietzsche, Oswald Spengler, Hubert Lagardelle, Sergio Panunzio, Antoun Saadeh, and others are utilized, but not applied in a dogmatic fashion. Many movements associated with this world-view, held that European civilization is in a process of decline and can only be regenerated through social-nationalism. Unfortunately nothing has changed, and European civilization today is again in a decline!

Social Nationalism vs National Socialism4

National Socialism and Social Nationalism operate on two separate intellectual planes: the former connects between race and nation and the later discounts any such connection.

National Socialism claims that keeping the blood and the race pure is a nation’s noblest task. It proclaimed the Germanic race as the new ‘icorpus mysticum’ on which the salvation of the Aryan race, and consequently that of the world, depended. By contrast, Social Nationalism excludes the notion of race as a criteria of nationality. Racial fusion as one of the driving forces of human history. Higher civilization is the product not of racial purity, but of the on-going inter-racial mixture. Whereas in national socialism the nation, in both its existence and history, is seen in a purely racial sense, in social nationalism, it is based on human as well as geographical factors.

In National Socialism, the national idea lost any pretense of scientific objectivity. This is because there is no correlation between race and national frontiers. More importantly, when seen from a purely social perspective, the nation is not a single race in the scientific sense, but a multiracial society fused together in multitudes. This fusion is a process by which two or more races combine to produce a new whole which is significantly different from each of its parent races, but includes elements from all of them, produced through the stimulation of contact and subsequent internal development.

The Nation5

A nation is a large group of people who share a common language, culture, ethnicity, descent, or history. Nation can refer to “a people, race, or tribe; those having the same descent, language, and history.” Dictionaries generally define ‘nation’ as “a community of people composed of one or more nationalities with its own territory and government”. The concept of ‘nation’ is related to “ethnic community”. An ethnic community shares a common myth of origins and descent, a common history, elements of distinctive culture, a common territorial association, and sense of group solidarity.

Citizenship

Citizenship is about belonging to a nation. In that sense it is a state of mind. There exist an unwritten covenant between a citizen and his nation. This covenant is a two way street of mutual obligations. There cannot be any secondary allegiances, so dual citizenship is out by definition. Who is, and who is not a citizen must be clearly defined, as must be clearly defined on how one becomes a citizen — and place of birth cannot be a criteria, after all a cow born in a hose stable is not a horse, nor kittens born in an oven, buns! Citizenship should be based on parents, on the above noted ‘state of mind’, and a conscious oath taken upon coming of age! Citizenship implies unconditional loyalty!

Globalization and its Failure

The term globalization has been increasingly used since the mid-1980s. In 2000, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) identified four basic aspects of globalization: trade and transactions, capital and investment movements, migration and movement of people, and the dissemination of knowledge. Further, environmental challenges such as climate change, cross-boundary water and air pollution, and over-fishing of the ocean are linked with globalization. Globalizing processes affect and are affected by business and work organization, economics, socio-cultural resources, and the natural environment.6

Contrary to expectation, rapid globalization has resulted in the sharp economic decline of the west, and has disproportionately hurt the unskilled and middle class, while benefiting the wealthy. Wasteful military spending, and la lack of investment in ‘human’ capital, have contributed to this decline. Europe and the US have become “weak, slow and divided,” devolved into combatting (or supporting) special interests, without the ability to unite citizens on visionary policies. In this way, the advanced economies continue to lose wealth and influence. 7

The Need for Social Nationalism Now

Things are getting worse, not better. Unemployment and homelessness are rampant. Millions of people are being displaced, in Africa, the Middle East, and other parts of the world. Illegal immigration is rampant. There are wars everywhere. The social failures of current societies, of American imperialism, of European immobility, of Muslim militant-ism, are self-evident. There is no peace, and non in sight. There is no justice, and non in sight. The gap between the rich and poor is growing by leaps and bounds. A few live in excess luxury, while the great majority struggles to survive to months end! This is not just, this is not moral, this is not correct … this must change! The time is ripe for change … for Social Nationalism.

Social Classes

Social class is a controversial issue, having many competing definitions. Americans, for example, generally accept a simple three-class model that includes the “rich”, the “middle class”, and the “poor”.8 On the other hand, sociologists Dennis Gilbert, William Thompson, Joseph Hickey, and James Henslin propose a class system with six distinct social classes. An upper or capitalist class consisting of the rich and powerful, an upper middle class consisting of highly educated and affluent professionals, a middle class consisting of college-educated individuals employed in white-collar industries, a lower middle class composed of semi-professionals, a working class constituted by clerical and blue collar workers, and a lower class divided between the working poor and an unemployed underclass.

The precise measurements of what determines social class in society vary over time. Karl Marx, for example, determined “class” entirely by one’s relationship to the means of production, being the “proletarians”: those who work but do not own the means of production, the “bourgeoisie”, those who invest and live off of the surplus generated by the former, and the aristocracy that has land as a means of production. 9

In a Social Nationalists society “class” is also determined by one’s relationship to the means of production, but it differs from the Marxist vision in that all classes are “Working Classes”. This concept puts the highly educated at the top, the white collar workers at the middle, and the blue collar workers at the bottom. By definition, there are no capitalist, nor working poor, nor unemployed! Everyone is a “Worker”!

Social nationalism is about work, about health, about shelter, about environment … and above all, about duties! All citizens have a mutual duty to each other. The ‘citizens’, comes first … and all others come second! All available jobs, all public housing, in fact everything, must be oriented first of all to meet the needs of the citizens. Non-citizens, and guest-workers, are welcome and may have rights, but not at the expense, nor to the detriment, of citizens!

Our collective wellbeing depends on work. The absence of work translates directly into ill-being, social disadvantage, … and frustration. Unemployment diminishes the nation … makes it poor!

Work is a ‘right’, but it also is a ‘duty’. When a citizen becomes unemployed for any reason, it is the governments responsibility to find, or assign, him/her a job, be it in private sector or in government service … and it is the citizens duty to accept that assignment. Only citizen students, citizens of retirement age, citizens with serious health problems, and single parents citizens with minor children, may refuse such an assignment.

Earned Income vs Passive Income

Certain forms of passive income, to include but not limited to income from:

  • rental activity in which a citizen does not materially participate,

  • earnings from a business that does not require direct involvement form the owner or merchant,

  • portfolio income, dividend and interest income from owning securities, such as stocks and bonds,

should be discouraged. Citizens should be expected to materially participate in any business activity in which they have a vested interest, and not be parasites living at the expense and work of others! At the same time, royalties from publishing a book, from writing music, from licensing a patent, or other forms of intellectual property, such as computer software products, etc., should be actively encouraged!

Public Sector vs the Private Sector

Certain industries and services are of essence to the public well being and therefore should be operated, controlled and/or regulated by the Government.

  • Public Health. Good health is a citizen right. The government should insure that there is a public health industry, providing free essential and preventive public health services, medicines, tests, and facilities, to all citizens. The government should also insure that these free services are not abused nor wasted. The existence of free public health service does not preclude a private health industry, providing non free services to those who desire and can afford such services.

  • Shelter. Every citizen has a right to a roof over his head. The government should encourage private ownership of homes and apartments, while at the same time guaranteeing essential, minimalistic, public housing for those citizens, who for a variety of reasons, cannot afford to own, or rent, their own home.

  • Environment. A clean and healthy environment, with all its fauna and flora, is a public matter. Not only the government, but every citizen must do his/her part to protect and enrich the environment for future generations to come. Pollution is a crime … a crime against humanity!

  • Water. Potable water is essential to life and a citizen right. The non industrial use water supply should be under the full and direct control of the government. The government should insure that potable water is free, it sources and distribution are protected, and that this essential public resource is not abused nor wasted.

  • Education. There should be a free public school system, from preschool to university, tailored to raising honest and productive citizens, in direct competition with a private educational system aspiring to the same goals. The public education system should provide a living and housing allowance for adult students based on certain achievement and time restrains. Students failing to achieve the objectives within the set time restraints, should abandon their education endeavor and become productive members of the public and/or private sector work force.

  • Public Transportation. Public ground transportation should be in direct competition with private ground transportation. Public transportation networks should be affordable, comfortable, safe, and widely available.

  • Energy and Communication. There should be a public energy and communications sector in direct competition with the private sectors. The government should insure that energy is clean and affordable, and communication is private and secure.

  • Banks and Insurance. The right to coin money and control the monetary supply is a sovereign matter reserved to the government. Therefore there should be a State Bank in direct competition with private banking and the private insurance and investment sector, and private banking, investment and insurance should be under direct government scrutiny at all times.

Taxes

Benjamin Franklin once said, “Nothing is certain but death and taxes.” But what kinds of taxes do you pay today? Here are the 7 types of taxes, and the ways you pay them:

  • Income Taxes: These taxes are paid out by anyone who earns an income by any means. Income taxes are subject to deductions and tax credits; they are usually not paid by people under a certain income or who have special situations such as a disability.

  • Property Taxes: These are paid by anyone who owns property such as land, a home or commercial real estate. These taxes are often collected by the state and county to help fund their budgets. While income taxes are subject to deductions or credits, these taxes are often fairly rigid. Licensing fees on cars, recreational vehicles and watercraft are property taxes as well.

  • Consumptive Taxes: These are taxes on sales goods or items that are subjected to being used by either an individual or business. While everyone understands that a small amount of money is added on to the purchase of goods in the stores, many people overlook other taxes. A fishing or hunting license is a tax. Toll road fees are a tax, even if they call it a user fee. So are travel fees.

  • Corporate Taxes: All business structures pay taxes on the income made in that particular business.

  • Payroll Taxes: These taxes are taken out by the businesses before income is distributed to the individual in exchange for the work that was done, and businesses need to match a certain amount of these payroll taxes. This is an additional cost of having an employee.

  • Capital Gains taxes are paid on investments that have appreciated and have been sold. Examples are stocks, bonds, and real estate.

  • Inheritance or Estate Taxes: Of the 7 types of taxes, this is the only type where a tax can happen because of a death.

While few people relish paying taxes, everyone enjoys having good schools, roads and services. In the end, taxes improve our overall quality of life. And therein lies the key:

Government as a Service

A government should have only one purpose: To serve its citizens! In other words, the government should be a service provider, composed of Cost Centers and Profit Centers. Cost Centers are those government agencies, departments, ministries, companies, etc., that provide free services to the citizens. Profit Centers are government industries natural resources, agencies, departments, ministries, etc., that provide citizens, and private enterprise, with paid for services. Ideally, government Profit Centers should generate all the income needed to cover the operating costs of Cost Centers. Since this however may not always be possible, the government may, from time to time, impose levies on the income, property, and wealth of people or companies, to cover the excess cost of government services.

Government

For a Social Nationalist State, the actual form of government is irrelevant. Social nationalism can coexist with any existing form of government10:

  • Democracy. “Democracy” literally means “rule by the people.”

  • Republic. A literal democracy is impossible and consequently all “democracies” are really republics. In a republic, the people elect representatives to make and enforce laws.

  • Monarchy. A monarchy is rule by a king or queen. Most monarchies today resemble republics, with an elected parliament, and a king as a moral and unifying authority above politics.

  • Oligarchy. Oligarchs are typically wealthy, educated people. Many monarchies and republics are in fact ruled by oligarchs. Like dictators, very few oligarchs admit being such.

  • Dictatorship. A dictatorship consists of rule by one person or a group of people. Very few dictators admit they are dictators; they almost always claim to be leaders of democracies.

  • Democratic Republic. Usually, a “democratic republic” is not democratic and is not a republic. A government that officially calls itself a “democratic republic” is usually a dictatorship. Communist dictatorships have been especially prone to use this term.

The author personally prefers Monarchy, with autonomous self-governing regions, states or provinces, but that is a personal preference and irrelevant to this intellectual exercise. However, a social-nationalist government should be true to two basic principles:

  • Referendum. Legislative and repeal referendums should be the highest law of the land, and their results should automatically amend the constitution, if any.

  • Annuality. Annuality was an ancient Roman practice that limited the length of the service period of an elected or appointed public official, and barred him/her from being reelected or re-appointed to the same office for 10 year.

Voting

The citizens right to vote is not only a right, but also a duty. A citizen has the duty to express his opinion openly and in confidence. For this reason alone, there should be no such thing as a secret ballot … at any level! A citizen who does not have the courage to stand openly by his vote is not a worthy citizen!

Corruption

Corruption by an elected or appointed government official is high treason, and should be punishable as such.

Foreign Aid

Foreign aid is a contradiction of the social nationalist principle: To serve its Citizens. Thus foreign aid should be only humanitarian, as in the case of natural disasters. Man-made disasters should only concern a social nationalist state when they may have a spill over effect on the well being of its citizens!

Military Service

The military doctrine of a social nationalist state should be defensive. The ideal model is the Swiss model, where there is a small professional army, most arms and military technology is locally researched and manufactured, and all citizens are part of a national militia, armed and ready to defend their country at a moments notice. Furthermore, as Robert A. Heinlein once said: “An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life”.

Religion and Ethnicity

The laws of a social nationalist state must reflect the identification and values of the vast majority of its citizens. This means a state may have a specific religious, racial, cultural and ethnic orientation. Israel for example is a ‘Jewish State’ where the Jewish majority come first. Switzerland is a confederation where Swiss citizens come first, and therefore the referendum is the supreme law. This is respect! This is democracy! This is the ‘will of the people’!

When someone does not wish to live by the values of the vast majority of the People, he/she should vote with their feet. Leave!

Italy

The Italian constitution recognizes the dignity of the person, both as an individual and in social groups, expresses a notions of solidarity and equality without distinction of sex, race, language, religion, political opinion, personal and social conditions. For this purpose, the right to work is recognized, with labor considered the foundation of the Republic and a means to achieve individual and social development.11 A wonderful theory, so why are 43% of the youth unemployed,12 while Italian politicians are paid three times the European average?13 Time for change, time for revolution, time to march on Rome, time for Social Nationalism!

The United States of America

The founding fathers were the maximum intellects of their time. Having experienced mistreatment at the hands of the British government, the writers of the US Constitution were careful to limit the powers of government and protect the rights of the individuals. According to their vision, the primary purpose of the federal government was to:

  • Defend the shores

  • Establish a system of currency,

  • Deliver the mail, and

  • Protect individual rights

So why did the USA morph into an Empire with “military personnel in over 130 countries, supported by an integrated network of 900 military bases and installations abroad” (–Congressman Ron Paul)!? Why has a “… government of the people, by the people, for the people …”(–Abraham Lincoln) been transformed into a “government of banks and large corporations, for the banks and large corporations”?The country is in an economic mess, and who gets bailed out? The banks and large corporations!

The Tenth Amendment states that: The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.”(US Constitution). Time for the States to take back what is theirs and protect their citizens: State citizens, not US citizens! When a government fails to live up to the expectations of its citizens, it is time for change, time for revolution, time for Social Nationalism!

Job Creation

Unemployment benefits are generally half of earned income, or less. They are paid to people while they seek work. But when there is no work, these benefits become a subsidy, with the unemployed ‘twirling their thumbs’. Is it not better to pay people a minimum wage for mandatory and useful temporary work in the private or public secto

  • Public Transport: There was a time when buses and trains had conductors. How public transport buses, how many public railroad coaches are there on the road today? If we put one steward on each bus and railroad car, how many jobs will create? The steward would check and sell tickets, help passengers, keep order, and keep the vehicle clean. Maybe not much of a job or career, but better than sitting at home and doing nothing!

  • Caregivers and domestics: How many elderly citizens and citizens with handicaps could use a caregiver and domestic help? Why should these jobs be done by foreigners? Under strict government control, how many jobs does this translate into?

  • Environment: How many dirty streets, dirty parks, dirty woods, old and dilapidated buildings, polluted areas, etc., are there? How many environmental jobs can we create? Use your imagination!

  • Etc.

There is no shortage of work, but there is a shortage of WILL, a deficit of ORGANIZATION, and a lack of CIVIL RESPONSIBILITY. We need Social Nationalism!

ALEXANDER v.PINOCI

Rome, Italy, 2014-08-30

avpinoci@gmail.com

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