FOIA Officer Dionne Hardy has now lied about the White House not being subject to the Freedom of Information Act!
From: FN-OMB-FOIA <OMBFOIA@omb.eop.gov>
To: Rabshire <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Mon, May 14, 2012 3:26 pm
Subject: RE: Senator Bill Nelson / SEC
Good Afternoon: The White House is not subject to the Freedom of Information
725 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20503
Can you give me an update on the enclosed FOIA request I made to you on March 19, 2012? A simple e-mail response
will do. If you have any questions, please contact me at 817 946-8097 or email@example.com.
March 19, 2012
Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Freedom of Information Request
Enclosed is a copy of my April 15, 2009 letter reporting criminal
fraud relating to the MONY/AXA Ponzi that is now approaching 30 years. Under Freedom of Information I now request any and
all documentation of any action taken by your administration as a result of this report. I request any and all communications
including electronic transmissions to and from the Securities and Exchange Commissions, the US Department of Justice, Federal
Bureau of Investigation, Kathleen Sebelius or any other agency. If no action was taken it is requested that an explanation
Please do not hesitate to contact me with questions or for documentation.
You may contact me at 817 946-8097 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The White House
Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500
Dear Mr. President,
Thank you for helping with my
March 2, 2009 request for help in getting the Securities and Exchange Commission to answer a Freedom of Information request
for the identities of 14 companies that PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP had taken public with fraudulent documents. They have responded
that the documents have now been destroyed due to the "retention period". Please consider this as a report of
criminal fraud by members of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Goldman Sachs, PricewaterhouseCoopers, AXA Financial
The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, commonly and hereafter referred to as MONY, was founded in 1843 and
recognized as the oldest mutual life insurance company in America. From its inception, MONY was a mutual company,
owned by its policyholders and run for their benefit with dividends paid to policyholders. MONY's principal regulator
was the New York Department of Insurance. In 1970 MONY established an investment fund, MONY Fund, which required additional
reporting to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
I was employed by MONY from September 01, 1971 thru February 01, 1991 as a Field Underwriter in the Dallas and
Richardson Texas Agencies, as a sales manager in the Fort Worth agency in mid 1982 and as Agency Manager from January of 1986
until February 01, 1991. From 1982 thru 1990 my duties included the recruiting
and training of new Field Underwriters to market MONY life & health insurance products along with securities registered
through the Securities and Exchange Commission. I also marketed the products as a dual capacity employee of MONY and a Registered
Representative of MONY Securities Corp.
Beginning in 1983 MONY introduced a series of products designed for retirement and high increasing death benefits
based upon dividends that the company claimed were conservatively illustrated at a 7 to 7.5% return on the company's invested
assets. The products were used in many different ways to illustrate educational savings plans, guaranteed retirement funding,
pension maximization and elimination of the survivorship benefit for members of the military as well as replacement of IRA
accounts. These policies were widely marketed as sound "investment grade" life insurance contracts accompanied by
an array of company furnished sales literature and materials.
Simply put, the products were a PONZI and the literature used to defraud the public was false. The dividends had
been illustrated based on a 11 to 12% return on assets with inflated values as well as nonexistent assets. The company's financial statements were fraudulent, the company was insolvent and had no way of paying the
dividends that had been illustrated. At least one million Americans were the victims of this fraud which is ongoing and worsens
over time. It is crystal clear that both state and federal agencies took an active part in sheltering this fraud.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has through FOI admitted that they can't produce an accurate, concise and
properly opined financial statement for MONY for any time in the last 10 years.
Effective February 1, 1991 MONY terminated my contract without cause. As a result of discovery in the ensuing litigation,
which was settled to my satisfaction on the eve of trial in 1993, I became concerned for the safety of my pension and investments
held by MONY. In an effort to assuage those concerns I obtained additional documentation from the New York Department
of Insurance and agreed to work as a case consultant on several suits against MONY by other employees and policyholders that
helped me secure additional information concerning serious criminal activity and a massive fraud on the public. The 1991 NAIC
examination of the company (released in 1993) revealed more than $600,000,000 in illegal transactions. MONY's former
assistant general counsel had been the Superintendent of the New York Department of Insurance from 1983 to 1991 when the fraudulent
accounting and looting started.
You may recall that during the Florida election trials the "Bush Team" named one of America's foremost
accountants, Mr. R. Larry Johnson CPA, to testify as an expert witness. Coincidentally, Mr. Johnson had previously been called
upon in 1995 to render an opinion on MONY's financial statements and review the N.A.I.C. examinations of the company.
His sworn affidavit is posted at http://pwcsucks.com/_wsn/page7.html for your review. It should be noted that he did not know that Coopers & Lybrand had been violating the auditor
independence rules by selling financial instruments to the company on the side while issuing false opinion letters certifying
MONY's financial statements that contained 100s of millions of dollars in fraudulent transactions nor was he aware of the
Florida Department of Insurance investigation by current U.S. Senator Bill Nelson that revealed more than a billion dollar
surplus shortage on the statements filed in Florida. The Florida letter to MONY's Chairman, Michael I. Roth is posted
@http://www.MONYBUSH.com/. Mr. Roth who signed MONY's fraudulent financial statements is a former Coopers and Lybrand partner
and is currently Chairman of the Interpublic Group of Companies Inc.
in 1995 I reported, as mandated by Article 1.10d of the Texas Insurance Code, suspected fraud in the business of insurance
and asked for help for policyholders to the Texas Department of Insurance and to Governor George W. Bush concerning the fraudulent
financial statements of MONY, the looting of the company and the PONZI insurance contracts that were used to defraud the public.
Mr. Pete Wassdorf, currently General Counsel to Texas AG Greg Abbott, responded on behalf of Governor Bush that they could
not help because it would be inappropriate for the governor of Texas to contact the governor of New York and interfere
with the operation of a New York domiciled company.
During the same time that I was seeking help from Texas, I contacted Walter Ricciardi in the general counsel's office
at Coopers & Lybrand and provided him with documentation including the Johnson affidavit and asked him to help resolve
the matter. He informed me that he had checked it out and it was "no problem" selling bonds and financial instruments
to MONY while acting as the independent accountant. Coopers & Lybrand was later merged with Pricewaterhouse.
During 1997 I provided Mr. Joseph Dimaria of the Securities and
Exchange Commission with documentation of the false financial statements and later got his admission that MONY had in fact
filed false financial statements with the SEC. He then said that he could no longer talk to me and hung up. In 1998 I asked
Arthur Levitt, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, to help policyholders get an accurate financial statement
for the company prior to their being asked to vote on demutualization. I received a response from the Northeastern District
Administrator, Carmen J. Lawrence, who informed me that MONY did not file financial statements with the SEC and that they
could not help me. She was lying! MONY had filed financial statements with the SEC since the early 70's. The SEC then
allowed MONY to go forward with an Initial Public Offering in excess of a billion dollars. Shortly after the IPO
I gave the SEC letters to Michael Schroeder at the WSJ. Soon afterwards I received a call from SEC attorney Dorothy
Heyl wanting to help me resolve the matter and asked me to work with her on the SEC investigation. The SEC then refused to
talk to the media because of the confidentiality of their investigation. The WSJ story is available on thewww.MONYINTERNATIONAL.com site along with the SEC letters. Three years later Mr. Frank Henderson, FOIA/Privacy Branch Chief,
at the SEC admitted that there had never been any investigation. Ms. Lawrence resigned and became Harvey Pitt's co-partner
at Fried Frank Harris Schriver and Jacobson and assumed his practice when President Bush appointed him chairman of the
SEC. Prior to the demutualization
of MONY I contacted a substantial number of elected officials and asked for their help in obtaining "an accurate, concise
and properly opined financial statements, like the law says that I am entitled too, for MONY". I also contacted the Dallas
office of the FBI and provided then with the sworn affidavit of MONY employee Alexis Daniels detailing the use of company
funds by officers for home theaters and stereo systems and falsified expense vouchers to steal from the company. They
sent me a letter saying they had transferred the case to their New York office.
After Senator Phil Gramm's office
proclaimed him to be "powerless" to cause anyone to produce an accurate financial statement for MONY I contacted
Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison and asked for her help with the financial statements and in moving the FBI along. I provided
the Senator's office with a copy of the N.A.I.C. audit of the company and the letter from the FBI. Her office said they could
help. Five months later the best they could do was provided me with another copy of the same N.A.I.C examination of the company
that contained over $600,000,000 in illegal transactions and claimed the FBI could find no record of the letter they
sent me or any investigation. Senator Hutchison was unable to explain the $687,000 MONY paid to her husband's law firm (Vinson
& Elkins) that MONY failed to disclose on the financial statements as required by law. Senator Hutchison is also
a former partner at V&E.
Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and Fred Thompson both refused to help with a
Freedom of Information request for the orphan child of a dead fireman that held the Navy Cross. The request pertained to falsified
expense vouchers being used to get money for illegal campaign contributions that I learned about while working as a case consultant
on a suit by another MONY manager. I witnessed his admission to an attorney that he had done it with the blessing of two officers
of the company. Vinson & Elkins was defending many of the lawsuits brought by MONY agency managers and employees.
I obtained a number of sworn affidavits from court records alleging misconduct by 3 of V&E's attorneys. In Wassell
v MONY V&E attorney Douglas Hamel named a dead man (John McCole) as a witness and V&E attorney Shadow Sloan then billed the policyholders of the company for a conference call with the corpse! You may recall
that Webster Hubbell went to prison for fraudulent billings. The Texas Department of Insurance saw nothing wrong with the
fraudulent billings. Jose Montemayor, who was the Texas Commissioner of Insurance, previously told me he saw nothing
wrong with MONY's management using falsified expense vouchers to get money for gambling. The current Texas Insurance
Commissioner, Mike Geeslin featured at www.TAMUEX.com , has followed the same path as Mr. Montemayor in sheltering corruption.
New York and Connecticut Attorneys General Spitzer and Blumenthal both investigated MONY's sale of the fraudulent
PONZI contracts and extracted millions of dollars for the benefit of their respective states and then closed their cases without
considering the 100's of thousands of us that had also been victims of the same fraud. As a matter of fact, those of us with
the same contracts actually paid the money Spitzer / Blumenthal collected for their constituents. You can review the information
and news articles on thewww.SPITZERAG.com and http://pwcsucks.com/_wsn/page10.html web sites.
I stated in the March 2, 2009 request for your help with the SEC FOI request, "During mid 2002 the SEC fined PricewaterhouseCoopers
LLP and PricewaterhouseCoopers Securities LLC $8,000,000 for taking 14 companies public with false financial statements"and
then refused my many FOI requests to identify the 14 companies. MONY will be one of those companies and most likely the
reason that Walter G. Ricciardi was brought to the SEC in early 2004 as the head of the Commission's Boston
office and later as the Deputy Director of Enforcement in 2005. Now the SEC says the documents have been destroyed due to
retention. Are there 13 other companies like MONY out there? During 2004
MONY was purchased by AXA with the full knowledge that MONY's financial statements were false and that PricewaterhouseCoopers,
who stood on both sides of the sale, was not independent as stated in their opinion letters and had been responsible for the
fraud in the first place. AXA CFO Denis Duverne also refused to provide the requested information to policyholders and
Much has been
said about the SEC's missed red flags on the Madoff scandal....... MONY was not missed red flags!
I like many others purchased policies for retirement and financial
security for my family. I relied on not only on the financial statements of the company but on the regulator system
and my government to protect my interests. Now, nearing my 65th birthday, I find that my government is just as corrupt as
the thugs who stole my retirement and placed me in a tax trap. A proper investigation of this is certainly warranted
and I hope you will help as there is nowhere else to go. Your help will be greatly appreciated.
Please do not hesitate to contact me with questions or for documentation.
You may contact me at 817 946-8097 or email email@example.com.
R. Dale Abshire
Twelve Oaks Lane
Colleyville, TX 76034
via fax 202-456-2461
Office of Inspector
U.S. Securities and Exchange Comm
Dear Ms. Dandridge,
Per the request of the Office of Inspector
General of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission I submit the following information concerning SEC employees involved
in suspected criminal activities. I am not an attorney and do not know all the laws that may have been broken. I am aware
that whistle blower statutes protect government employees who blow the whistle on wrongdoing by others. I am not aware of
any SEC employees making any claims with regards to this matter. Considering the enormous volume of information that I have
provided to the SEC and the detailed allegations of wrong doing that have gone unanswered it can be assumed that all knew
and all had a duty to take appropriate action. None did.
SEC employees knowingly colluded and conspired to cover-up and conceal the true financial condition
of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York ( MONY ) and allowed PricewaterhouseCoopers to take the company Public with
fraudulent financial statements and documents.
Prior to MONY's IPO I contacted SEC Attorney Bill Baudwin (SP) in the Ft. Worth office and
provide him with NAIC audits of the company detailing hundreds of millions of dollars in fraudulent transactions, the
secret phantom stock plan the officers used to steal 10's of million of dollars and two CPA reports. I also provided evidence
of Coopers and Lybrands lack of independence and told him of my communications with Walter Ricciardi of Coopers and Lybrand.
The next day he asked that I talk with Joseph Dimaria in the New York office. Mr. Dimaria asked for the documents and I provided
them to him. Shortly thereafter he refused my phone calls and did not return my calls. I called his number very early one
morning and he answered the phone. He admitted that MONY had filed false financial statements with the SEC and said that he
could no longer talk to me.
I submit as EXHIBIT 1 the letter to Arthur Levitt dated 03/01/98. The SEC provided the list of Coopers and Lybrand clients
and no other information. EXHIBIT 2 is the 05/28/98 letter to Arthur Levitt asking for his help in obtaining an accurate financial
statement before policyholders are asked to vote on demutualization. He had Carmen J. Lawrence respond.... Exhibit 3 is the
September 9, 1998 response to the 05/28/98 letter in which Ms Lawrence lies about MONY not filing financial statements
with the SEC. EXHIBIT 4 is my response to the Lawrence letter... EXHIBIT 5 is a response to EXHIBIT 4 by Robert
L. Anthony supporting the Lawrence letter. Exhibit 6 is a 04/15/98 confirmation
letter to Ms. Debra Walker concerning the FOI requested in EXHIBIT 1. Note that Walter Ricciardi was copied at Coopers and
November 1998 PricewaterhouseCoopers used the fraudulent financials to take MONY public with the blessing of the SEC's Northeastern
Regional Director, Carmen J. Lawrence. Ms. Lawrence would later be rewarded with the position of Co-Partner to Harvey
Pitt at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson. Mr. Pitt soon after was appointed Chairman of the Securities and Exchange
Commission by President Bush. Mr. Pitt and his minions at the SEC then refused to answer FOIA requests to protect PWC.
In late December 1998 I gave Michael
Schroeder of the Wall Street Journal copies of the above mentioned letters. Unknown to me he went to the SEC and asked about
the letters.... in the mean time I was contacted by SEC attorney Dorothy Heyl concerning my "not having been given some
documents via FOI". She then asked me to work with the SEC in their investigation of MONY's financials. I sent her the
information. On Feb. 4, 1999 the WSJ ran the story... EXHIBIT 8. The SEC told Schroeder that they could not discuss the matter
because the company was under investigation. Three years later under FOI Frank Henderson admitted that there had never been
any investigation. Once again the SEC lied to hide the crime! He also refused to identify the 16 companies that PWC took public
with false documents.
EXHIBIT 7 is the 07/17/2002 FOI request to Wayne Carlin concerning the "The SEC's
order finds that, by virtue of PwC's independence violations, the firm caused 16 PwC public audit clients to file financial
statements with the SEC that did not comply with the reporting provisions of the federal securities laws."
Mr. Carlin had taken Carmen J. Lawrence's place when she left for greener pastures.
April 2004, Walter
Ricciardi was appointed the District Administrator of the Commission's Boston District Office. Exhibit 9 is a
letter to Linda Thomsen concerning his promotion to the Enforcement Division. Considering the fact that Ms. Thompsen and the
SEC could not produce an accurate, concise and properly opined financial statement for MONY for over 10 years makes crystal
clear why Ricciardi was brought in to protect the hen house.
Exhibit 10 is a 6/13/2008 letter to Chairman Cox listing
the various web sites that I have posted information about this PONZI that the SEC knowingly allowed to happen and
actively condoned. A review of the sites will show many SEC employees that knew and did nothing.... they had a duty and
they had an obligation to uphold that duty and the law..... they chose poorly! EXHIBIT 11 is the SEC's page on the www.PWCSUCKS.com site.
Listed below are individuals you should talk to about what they did and why. None of them should belong on
the citizens payroll and some should be sharing a cell with Bernie Madoff.
Please do not hesitate to contact me for documents or additional
information 817 946-8097 . Your prompt attention to this matter will be appreciated by the
10s' of thousands that were victims of this Ponzi and fraud by PricewaterhouseCoopers.
R. Dale Abshire
2606 Twelve Oaks
Colleyville, TX 76034