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Romney, Bain Capital, Goldman Sachs Hit With RICO Suit

October 19, 2013 | Filed under: News Behaving Badly,Today's Lead,Top Stories | Posted by: dave-dr-gonzo

la-pn-mitt-romneys-47-percent-poll-20120925-001Steven Haas, the owner of Los Angeles-based Collateral Logistics. has filed a RICO lawsuit against Willard Mitt Romney and Bain Capital. Here is the complete text of the press release:

Romney Sued for RICO in Fed Court

By Collateral Logistics, Inc.,
CEO Steven (“Laser”) Haas
October 18, 2013

Los Angeles – Steven (“Laser”) Haas owns Collateral Logistics, Inc., (“CLI”) locally. Haas sued Mitt Romney for $100 million today for Racketeering in the Central Federal District Court in Los Angeles at 3:47 pm. The case was assigned to the Honorable District Justice Stephen V. Wilson presiding; and Magistrate Justice Alicia G. Rosenberg to hear discovery motions.

Nature of Proceeding

The case is titled “Haas v Romney” and is assigned docket number CV13-07738. District Court Clerk’s office remarked that it may take several days to scan in the initial Complaint.

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He's filed suits against Romney and Obama before

During the 2012 election, I found one of his lawsuits against Obama and Romney.

He was suing Romney for tax evasion.

He was suing Obama for "mob rule".

I can't post the Westlaw link (CFAA) but you can look it up. It's there. :)

Innocent Until Proven Guilty

I didn't vote for Romney and never would. There are plenty of lawsuits filed in this country that end up bogus. Just because a suit is filed doesn't mean much of anything. Time will tell.

"Setting a good example is a far better way to spread ideals than through force of arms."
Ron Paul

Romneys thugs, defrauded, intimidated, brutalized and...

kidnapped Ron Paul supporters and delegates. It is EXTREMELY hard to file a RICO lawsuit, as the rules of evidence are MUCH harder than a typical civil suit, in order to justify asset forfeiture. In other words, a RICO suit is even more extreme than the usual indictment, because the defendants CANNOT use assets acquired suspiciously. I hope Romney and his Bain and Goldman Sachs co-defendants get a fair trial. It is preferable to the first class lynching for which I would have been satisfied as a little extreme, even if necessary.

All of you who voted for him

must be so proud of such a great businessman.