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From: SteveF4/30/2012 2:24:42 PM
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You did not read the SEC filings prior to investing. That sort of thing usually results in an investor being separated from their cash.

Wouldn't have mattered. Guzaling goes back to the Expedite2 days and there was no mention of P2O there either.

He knows how the Expedite2 stock was swapped with shares of TRTN/JBII tho.

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To: SteveF who wrote (23559)4/30/2012 2:34:29 PM
From: Joseph B. Schmidt
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The more he comments the deeper the whole becomes.

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To: anniebonny who wrote (275)4/30/2012 2:50:27 PM
From: scion
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PIPEs

GUZALING wrote:
Picked up my PIPE share Cert the other day...drove to St Kitts to deposit into my Royal Dominion Securities account and guess what? They are no longer accepting OTC Stocks. So now I hold a cert that I can't deposit...I'm pissed!

They are locked in until July anyways (not that I am going to sell them) just wanted to see my account with all my shares!

The sooner we get off the OTC to either NASDAQ or AMEX the better!

guz


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Re: Damned OTC Stocks
zardiw on Mon Mar 01, 2010 9:27 pm



Try Wilson Davis.......I'm pretty sure they still take OTC Stock Certificate....z


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Re: Damned OTC Stocks
kktwin on Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:24 am
This happened to me to. I was holding my shares in stock certificate form. Had a ton of trouble getting them deposited into any trading account.

I also used the RBC Dominion at St.Catherines, and they did it no problem.

That's unfortunate that they're not accepting them anymore as I have a friend holding a certificate as well.

KS


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Posted by: BRIG_88 Date: Thursday, February 18, 2010 10:25:11 AM
In reply to: None Post # of 27523
Those who participated in the recent pipe Katie Matkowski has your certs at the Niagra Falls office ready for pick up or she can mail them to you. You can emailKatie at katie@johnbordynuik.com

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To: Joseph B. Schmidt who wrote (23560)4/30/2012 2:51:15 PM
From: scion
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PIPEs - guzaling wrote:


Picked up my PIPE share Cert the other day...drove to St Kitts to deposit into my Royal Dominion Securities account and guess what? They are no longer accepting OTC Stocks. So now I hold a cert that I can't deposit...I'm pissed!

They are locked in until July anyways (not that I am going to sell them) just wanted to see my account with all my shares!

The sooner we get off the OTC to either NASDAQ or AMEX the better!

guz




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To: scion who wrote (23562)4/30/2012 2:59:36 PM
From: scion
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I asked John how much of his OWN money....as in cash from his pocket has he sunk into TRTN. He told me 3 million dollars.So we have a CEO who used his own money to get this company off the ground. His money is where his mouth is and i like that.

To: BRIG who wrote (18970) 2/17/2012 10:04:10 AM
From: SteveF

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Tuesday, September 29, 2009 2:30:12 PM
Re: GUZALING post# 8264
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I have some information to post after this [Pak-It] acquisition closes to give everyone some perspective on my investment in TRTN.
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Tuesday, September 29, 2009 3:01:31 PM
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I just got off the phone with John. He told me point blank the chemical company acquisition WILL close tomorrow as he stated previously in a PR. He said he has 13 pallets of tapes to process as of right now and they are processing those tapes with more coming. They are VERY busy on that front. He said the gloves did cause a problem at customs and he is waiting on the rest of the machine to arrive now.
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Wednesday, September 30, 2009 4:27:51 PM
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I just talked to John. The acquisition was completed today. I would expect we'll see a PR on it before long...The deal DID close.
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Tuesday, September 29, 2009 3:13:08 PM
Re: Rawnoc post# 8282
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Might be. BTW i was wrong on the number of pallets stacked up to be processed....it isn't 13 it's 19 pallets of tapes they are wading through....$$$$$$$$!!!!
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Thursday, October 01, 2009 11:17:29 AM
Re: Zardiw post# 8391
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I think i can see where John's going with this acquisition....when he rolls out the P2O machines i think the chemicals you add to it to operate it are going to be in packet form.....thoughts?
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Thursday, October 01, 2009 11:27:27 AM
Re: Zardiw post# 8401
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John's plan is starting to become clear here as one acquisition links with the next.
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Re: Estimated_Prophet post# 8473
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Thanks for the reminder. I asked John how much of his OWN money....as in cash from his pocket has he sunk into TRTN. He told me 3 million dollars. So we have a CEO who used his own money to get this company off the ground. His money is where his mouth is and i like that.
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To: Joseph B. Schmidt who wrote (23560)4/30/2012 3:24:55 PM
From: MorningLightMountain
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About Our Company


We were founded in the State of Delaware on September 27, 2007 as Expedite 2, Inc. On February 10, 2009 we entered into a Stock Purchase and Share Exchange Agreement (“Exchange Agreement”) with John Bordynuik, Inc. (“JBI”), an Ontario corporation and each of the JBI Shareholders whereby JBI became our wholly owned subsidiary. On February 13, 2009 we filed a Certificate of Amendment changing our name to John Bordynuik, Inc.


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guzaling Monday, April 30, 2012 3:11:25 PM
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Never heard of Expedite 2

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To: Joseph B. Schmidt who wrote (23560)4/30/2012 3:34:06 PM
From: MorningLightMountain
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guzaling Tuesday, June 30, 2009 8:19:36 AM
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Good Morning Shareholders...I have been asked to supply a few more details of my tours. The most recent was in October 2008. John had invited me to shoot some video and take some stills so that he could take them to a conference that he was attending at NASA. I did just that and was amazed at the technology and amazed at his knowledge. I contacted John yesterday and asked him for permission to post some of the stills that I took. I am awaiting an email with the pics that he has chosen and I will post them shortly. He has also invited me to return to JBI and shoot some more pics as there has been huge changes since last October. I will then update you all with more recent pics. GO TRTN!

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From: dreaminbig4/30/2012 3:57:50 PM
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How did John Bordynuik Inc. Canada stock become TRTN/310/JBI stock? Am I missing something? I need coffee...

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From: donpat4/30/2012 4:11:30 PM
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Who is this?

HEADLINE:
Tech exec convicted in $30M fraud gets 22 years prison, 1 of harshest white-collar sentences
Deja vu??


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Tech exec gets 22 years prison for $30M fraud

Associated Press | Posted: Monday, April 30, 2012 1:40 pm

A former high-tech executive convicted of defrauding investors of at least $30 million has gotten one of the harshest sentences meted out in a white-collar criminal case.

A federal judge in San Francisco sentenced Samuel "Mouli" Cohen on Monday to 22 years in prison. Judge Charles Breyer also set a Thursday hearing to consider fines against Cohen that could total $60 million.

Prosecutors argued for the lengthy prison term, calling Cohen a "congenital liar and serial fraudster."

Cohen was convicted of soliciting investments in his digital jukebox company by lying about its success. Prosecutors say his fraud caused the collapse of the Vanguard Public Foundation, a nonprofit tied to actors Danny Glover and Harry Belafonte.

Cohen's lawyers are planning to appeal his conviction on wire fraud, money laundering and tax evasion charges.

THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for further information. AP's earlier story is below.

Federal prosecutors are demanding that a man they call a "congenital liar and serial fraudster" serve 30 years in prison and pay a $60 million fine after a jury convicted him of defrauding actors Danny Glover, Harry Belafonte and others out of more than $35 million.

If U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer agrees to the sentence on Monday, it would represent one of the harshest penalties ever meted out in a white collar case. Not even Jeff Skilling, the architect of Enron Corp.'s criminal collapse, was sentenced to that much prison time. Skilling is currently serving a 24-year, four-month sentence.

Assistant U.S. attorneys W. Douglas Sprague and Hallie Mitchell argue in court papers that the harsh sentence is warranted because of the financial and emotional toll the fraud had on the victims, the extent Samuel "Mouli" Cohen went to cover up his scam and his refusal to accept responsibility.

"This unrepentant con man with a militant lack of responsibility has blamed everyone_the victims, the Court, his attorneys, the government, the Probation Officer, and the Court reporter_for his actions and their consequences except the person responsible for it," prosecutors write in a court filing.

Most notably, Cohen's fraud caused the collapse of the Vanguard Public Foundation, a nonprofit launched in 1972 that awarded grants to a vast array of social causes. Many of Cohen's victims, including Glover and Belafonte, were associated with the foundation, which supported anti-war causes, environmental groups and other politically liberal issues. Prosecutors said Cohen even preyed on his father-in-law, looting his retirement account.

A federal jury in November convicted Cohen of 15 counts of wire fraud, 11 counts of money laundering and three counts of tax evasion after a three-week trial in San Francisco federal court. His lawyer said Cohen will appeal the conviction.

Cohen, 53, is a son of Russian immigrants who was raised in Jerusalem. He moved to the United States in 1987and became a United States citizen, though prosecutors allege he falsely told victims that the first President Bush personally granted him citizenship.

Cohen was convicted of falsely telling investors beginning in 2002 that a company he launched called Ecast that made electronic jukeboxes for bars was about to be acquired by Microsoft Corp. Prosecutors said Cohen kept the scheme going by soliciting more money from victims with complaints that U.S. and then European regulators were holding up the deal, which required additional investments to pay nonexistent fees and bonds needed to push the deal to approval.

Prosecutors say none of that was true. Instead, they said, Cohen used the millions to fund an "absurd lifestyle" that included helping his wife publish a cookbook called "The Kosher Billionaire's Secret Recipe."

Prosecutors allege that he jetted around the country in a rented private jet that he claimed to have owned, giving rides to the likes of singer Elton John and actress Jennifer Lopez, neither of which are included on the victims list.

Prosecutors say that Cohen rented a mansion in the wealthy enclave of Belvedere just north of San Francisco and decorated the house with copies of famous paintings from Picasso, Miro and Matisse and other noted artists. But prosecutors said he solicited investments during parties at his house, which he told victims he owned while showing them the artwork he deemed were originals. Prosecutors said that was all part of a ruse to portray himself as a wealthy and savvy businessman.

Cohen's attorney is asking for a sentence of less than nine years.

"A 30-year sentence is excessive for a 53-year old first-time offender, who has a long history of selfless acts and entrepreneurial innovation," Cohen's attorney Marcus S. Topel wrote in a court filing, pointing out that his client has donated at least $2 million to charity.

Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Posted in National on Monday, April 30, 2012 1:40 pm Updated: 2:00 pm.

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From: dreaminbig4/30/2012 4:35:12 PM
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ihub is down for maintenance again.

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