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  • Submitted: Tue, September 11, 2012
  • Updated: Mon, October 15, 2012

  • Reported By: Peter — New york New York United States of America
Sam Deeb
5820 oberlin Internet, California United States of America

Sam Deeb Con artist about his past Internet, California

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Apologize for the deformation of character .

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: SAM Deeb You keep repeating the same thing over and over

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Randy **** have some decency

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Sam Deeb and family very well known scam artsists

*Author of original report: This is what the Public needs to know about you Sam Deed.

*Author of original report: Sam Deeb and family very well known scam artsists

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Truth about Randy Hamdan's Lies and return the money you stole

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Sam Deeb Responce to abuse

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It Looks like Sam Deeb has a very nasty past which includes the whole family. Please read...

The answer to last nights CYOE quiz is Sam DEEB is Abdul DEEB's Father. Abdul is running the company from Jail. Tony Squeglia's answer of; "no comment" was the winning entry.


Tony Squeglia of Coyote Network Systems, tonights CYOE quiz is? We know you watch this board. How about a trivia contest?

"We chose Coyote after an extensive review of multiple equipment vendors. We had aggressive growth plans that required considerable capital and at the same time, we needed multiple technologies and software to cover our needs," said ****Sam Deeb****, general manager, Wireless USA. "Coyote provided a total business solution that meets our business requirements." 

Guess who Sam Deeb's relative????? Todays quiz CYOE fans. Flodyie all knowning. 

1997-05-28 -- Stock Manipulation Scheme Yields 7+ Years in Prison
Irvine Man Sentenced in Multimillion Dollar Plot to Artificially
Increase Stock Value. [continued below]....
..... Case Is Largest of its Type in SoCal.
LOS ANGELES, May 28 -- Concluding the largest stock
manipulation case ever prosecuted in Southern California, an
Irvine man has been sentenced to 87 months in federal prison for
running a multimillion dollar scheme that fraudulently
manipulated nearly all of his company's publicly traded stock,
United States Attorney Nora M. Manella announced today.
Ahmad Naim Bayaa, 43, was president and
primary shareholder of Southland Communications, a
Santa Ana-based pager company. He was convicted last
year of 12 felony counts related to a scheme in which
the price of Southland Communications stock wasartificially driven up.
United States District Judge Richard A. Paez
sentenced Bayaa late Tuesday. The defendant was
originally scheduled to be sentenced in February, but he
failed to appear at a hearing. He was a fugitive for one
month until he was taken into custody on suspicion of
forgery and passing counterfeit checks. Those charges
are currently pending in Orange County Superior Court.
At sentencing, Judge Paez increased Bayaa's prison term
because the defendant substantially interfered with the
business of the court when he knowingly and willfullyfailed to appear.
During a two-year conspiracy, Bayaa and
codefendant *****Abdul Deeb***** secretly purchased large blocks
of Southland Communication stock using the names of
other individuals. As the stock value increased, profits
were used to purchase additional shares, according to
Assistant United States Attorney Barbara Scheper.
By March 1990, Bayaa and Deeb had secretly
gained control of 88 percent of Southland
Communications stock, the prosecutor said. The stock
manipulation scheme permitted Bayaa and Deeb to
artificially drive up the share price of the stock. In a
two-month period in 1990, the price of the stock jumped
from $8 a share to $17 a share. Bayaa and Deeb bought Southland
Communications stock on margin, with six brokerage
houses providing 50 percent of the capital. In April
1990, the Securities and Exchange Commission
suspended trading in Southland Communications, a move
that rendered the company's stock worthless. The
brokerage firms lost $12 million. Additionally, 12
individual investors lost approximately $500,000.
Following a jury trial in May 1996, Bayaa was
convicted of one count of conspiracy, 10 counts of
securities fraud, and one count of money laundering.
Deeb, 45, of Anaheim, was convicted of one
count of conspiracy, nine counts of securities fraud, and
two counts of money laundering. Deeb, a longtime
associate of Bayaa who worked at Southland
Communications at one time, was sentenced in February
to 63 months in federal prison.
A third defendant in the case, Shaw Tehrani, a
45-year-old stockbroker from Georgia, previously pleaded
guilty to one count of conspiracy. He was sentenced to
four years in federal prison for his role in the scheme.
This case is the product of an extensive
investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and
the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation
Division, Southern California District. Release No. 97-135
U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California
Nora M. Manella, United States Attorney312 North Spring Street, 12th Floor
Los Angeles, California 90012Main Office Number: 213-894-2434
Public Affairs Office: 213-894-6947; fax: 213-894-5377
Thom Mrozek: Public Information Officertmrozek@justice.usdoj.gov
Archived News Releases/Documents: http://www.usdoj.gov/press.html
gopher://gopher.usdoj.gov



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#1 REBUTTAL Individual responds

Apologize for the deformation of character .

AUTHOR: Randy - ()

I really apologize that I labeled Sam Deeb as a scam Artist and a con Artist, it was all out of anger and misleading information.

I Randy Hamdan started a rippoff report on Sam Deeb in response to a rippoff report started my Mr. Sam Deeb where we both got driven very angry from a transaction that we where miss represented by a middle man ( an outside sales person ) that have lied to us both and turned us against each other. Finally we are able to see the light to understand what was done to us.

Out of anger I searched the internet and thought I found bad content about Mr. Sam Deeb and what I thought was his son to be Abdul Deeb which turns out to be 6 years older than Mr. Sam Deeb. I also have labeled in error that Mr. Abdul-Fattah Deeb as Sam Deeb’s father are involved with this stock scheme but as it turns out that both Mr. Sam Deeb and His father Abdul-fattah Deeb has NOTHING TO DO with Southland Communications and the 1997-05-28 Stock Manipulation Scheme, Also Abdul-Fattah Deeb is a very old man and has never been to prison and has never lived in Irvine California. And the ***Abdul Deeb*** with his full name is (Abdul-Rahman M. Deeb and Ahmad Naim Bayaa mentioned is not related to or have ever done any business with Sam Deeb and/or his Father Abdul-Fattah Deeb. and it was just a mistake to link this to Mr. Abdul Fattah Deeb where he is now 84 years old were in the conviction date of Mr. Abdul Rahman Deeb a 45 year old man in May 1996, and Mr. Abdul Fattah Deeb was 66 years old in 1996.

Again, I really apologize that I labeled Sam Deeb as a scam Artist and a con Artist, it was all out of anger and misleading information.

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SAM Deeb You keep repeating the same thing over and over

AUTHOR: Randy - (USA)

Listen going say this one time, work was done, stop with the blackmails and threats.Your not going to get  one penny back. You hired us for our services and completed the job so end of story. It's bad enough you and your family scammed and conned investors out of millions of dollars out there hard earned cash to fill your pockets and busted.From you attacking me and my company lawyer will take care of that, but this public information about you does not help either...

The answer to last nights CYOE quiz is Sam DEEB is Abdul DEEB's Father. Abdul is running the company from Jail. Tony Squeglia's answer of; "no comment" was the winning entry.


Tony Squeglia of Coyote Network Systems, tonights CYOE quiz is? We know you watch this board. How about a trivia contest?

"We chose Coyote after an extensive review of multiple equipment vendors. We had aggressive growth plans that required considerable capital and at the same time, we needed multiple technologies and software to cover our needs," said ****Sam Deeb****, general manager, Wireless USA. "Coyote provided a total business solution that meets our business requirements." 

Guess who Sam Deeb's relative????? Todays quiz CYOE fans. Flodyie all knowning. 

1997-05-28 -- Stock Manipulation Scheme Yields 7+ Years in Prison

Irvine Man Sentenced in Multimillion Dollar Plot to Artificially Increase Stock Value. Case Is Largest of its Type in SoCal.
LOS ANGELES, May 28 -- Concluding the largest stock manipulation case ever prosecuted in Southern California, an
Irvine man has been sentenced to 87 months in federal prison for running a multimillion dollar scheme that fraudulently
manipulated nearly all of his company's publicly traded stock, United States Attorney Nora M. Manella announced today.
Ahmad Naim Bayaa, 43, was president and primary shareholder of Southland Communications, a Santa Ana-based pager company. He was convicted last year of 12 felony counts related to a scheme in which the price of Southland Communications stock wasartificially driven up.

United States District Judge Richard A. Paez sentenced Bayaa late Tuesday. The defendant was originally scheduled to be sentenced in February, but he failed to appear at a hearing. He was a fugitive for one month until he was taken into custody on suspicion of forgery and passing counterfeit checks. Those charges are currently pending in Orange County Superior Court.

At sentencing, Judge Paez increased Bayaa's prison term because the defendant substantially interfered with the business of the court when he knowingly and willfullyfailed to appear.

During a two-year conspiracy, Bayaa and codefendant *****Abdul Deeb***** secretly purchased large blocks of Southland Communication stock using the names of other individuals. As the stock value increased, profits were used to purchase additional shares, according to Assistant United States Attorney Barbara Scheper.

By March 1990, Bayaa and Deeb had secretly gained control of 88 percent of Southland Communications stock, the prosecutor said. The stock manipulation scheme permitted Bayaa and Deeb to artificially drive up the share price of the stock. In a
two-month period in 1990, the price of the stock jumped from $8 a share to $17 a share. Bayaa and Deeb bought Southland
Communications stock on margin, with six brokerage houses providing 50 percent of the capital. In April 1990, the Securities and Exchange Commission suspended trading in Southland Communications, a move that rendered the company's stock worthless. The brokerage firms lost $12 million. Additionally, 12 individual investors lost approximately $500,000.

Following a jury trial in May 1996, Bayaa was convicted of one count of conspiracy, 10 counts of securities fraud, and one count of money laundering.

Deeb, 45, of Anaheim, was convicted of one count of conspiracy, nine counts of securities fraud, and two counts of money laundering. Deeb, a longtime associate of Bayaa who worked at Southland Communications at one time, was sentenced in February to 63 months in federal prison.  A third defendant in the case, Shaw Tehrani, a 45-year-old stockbroker from Georgia, previously pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy. He was sentenced to four years in federal prison for his role in the scheme.

This case is the product of an extensive investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division, Southern California District. Release No. 97-135 U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California Nora M. Manella, United States Attorney312 North Spring Street, 12th Floor Los Angeles, California 90012Main Office Number: 213-894-2434
Public Affairs Office: 213-894-6947; fax: 213-894-5377
Thom Mrozek: Public Information Officertmrozek@justice.usdoj.gov
Archived News Releases/Documents: http://www.usdoj.gov/press.html
gopher://gopher.usdoj.gov
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Randy **** have some decency

AUTHOR: Sam - (United States of America)

Randy **** you tricked me into hiring you to do a job but you never did it simply and it appears that you have no means to do the job you only swindled me to send you the money.

Randy **** Stop the lies, stop trying to divert from the real issue at hand. you swindled money out of me and I want the money back.

I had sent you the $50,000 on Friday close of wire time on the "Type:Wire Out Date:120720 Time:1704 Et" and ever since then you stopped taking the calls and after several attempts I texted you on Monday and you responded that you are at the airport picking up your family ALL DAY LONG until I got a text back saying that you will run it the next day, but again the lies never end thats when I told you to return the money and to stop what ever your doing because evidently it was nothing, simply if any the work is done any idiot can tell if any work was done at all, and you did nothing. stop the lies and have some decency, I will even work with you on a payback schedule.

Randy you did nothing but trick me into sending you money which put me in a very difficult situation. have some decency and return the money.
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Sam Deeb and family very well known scam artsists

AUTHOR: Randy - (United States of America)

You sound like a broken record,your past and your background speaks for it's self and the investor world should know about it. Your asking me to break the law and I refuse, if you feel that I have done any wrong doing to you sue me then you got the contract I;m 100 percent in the right and your wrong. Now looking at your past history I wonder what a the public would say.

It Looks like Sam Deeb has a very nasty past which includes the whole family. Please read... The answer to last nights CYOE quiz is Sam DEEB is Abdul DEEB's Father. Abdul is running the company from Jail. Tony Squeglia's answer of; "no comment" was the winning entry. Tony Squeglia of Coyote Network Systems, tonights CYOE quiz is? We know you watch this board. How about a trivia contest? "We chose Coyote after an extensive review of multiple equipment vendors. We had aggressive growth plans that required considerable capital and at the same time, we needed multiple technologies and software to cover our needs," said ****Sam Deeb****, general manager, Wireless USA. "Coyote provided a total business solution that meets our business requirements."  Guess who Sam Deeb's relative????? Todays quiz CYOE fans. Flodyie all knowning.  1997-05-28 -- Stock Manipulation Scheme Yields 7+ Years in Prison Irvine Man Sentenced in Multimillion Dollar Plot to Artificially Increase Stock Value. Case Is Largest of its Type in SoCal. LOS ANGELES, May 28 -- Concluding the largest stock manipulation case ever prosecuted in Southern California, an Irvine man has been sentenced to 87 months in federal prison for running a multimillion dollar scheme that fraudulently manipulated nearly all of his company's publicly traded stock, United States Attorney Nora M. Manella announced today.

Ahmad Naim Bayaa, 43, was president and primary shareholder of Southland Communications, a Santa Ana-based pager company. He was convicted last year of 12 felony counts related to a scheme in which the price of Southland Communications stock wasartificially driven up. United States District Judge Richard A. Paez sentenced Bayaa late Tuesday. The defendant was originally scheduled to be sentenced in February, but he failed to appear at a hearing. He was a fugitive for one month until he was taken into custody on suspicion of forgery and passing counterfeit checks. Those charges are currently pending in Orange County Superior Court. At sentencing, Judge Paez increased Bayaa's prison term because the defendant substantially interfered with the business of the court when he knowingly and willfullyfailed to appear.

 During a two-year conspiracy, Bayaa and codefendant *****Abdul Deeb***** secretly purchased large blocks of Southland Communication stock using the names of other individuals. As the stock value increased, profits were used to purchase additional shares, according to Assistant United States Attorney Barbara Scheper. By March 1990, Bayaa and Deeb had secretly gained control of 88 percent of Southland Communications stock, the prosecutor said. The stock manipulation scheme permitted Bayaa and Deeb to artificially drive up the share price of the stock. In a two-month period in 1990, the price of the stock jumped from $8 a share to $17 a share. Bayaa and Deeb bought Southland Communications stock on margin, with six brokerage houses providing 50 percent of the capital.

In April 1990, the Securities and Exchange Commission suspended trading in Southland Communications, a move that rendered the company's stock worthless. The brokerage firms lost $12 million. Additionally, 12 individual investors lost approximately $500,000. Following a jury trial in May 1996, Bayaa was convicted of one count of conspiracy, 10 counts of securities fraud, and one count of money laundering. Deeb, 45, of Anaheim, was convicted of one count of conspiracy, nine counts of securities fraud, and two counts of money laundering. Deeb, a longtime associate of Bayaa who worked at Southland Communications at one time, was sentenced in February to 63 months in federal prison. A third defendant in the case, Shaw Tehrani, a 45-year-old stockbroker from Georgia, previously pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy. He was sentenced to four years in federal prison for his role in the scheme.

This case is the product of an extensive investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division, Southern California District. Release No. 97-135 U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California Nora M. Manella, United States Attorney312 North Spring Street, 12th Floor Los Angeles, California 90012Main Office Number: 213-894-2434 Public Affairs Office: 213-894-6947; fax: 213-894-5377 Thom Mrozek: Public Information Officertmrozek@justice.usdoj.gov Archived News Releases/Documents: http://www.usdoj.gov/press.html gopher://gopher.usdoj.gov
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This is what the Public needs to know about you Sam Deed.

AUTHOR: Peter - (United States of America)

Mr. Sam Deeb work was done and I don't know how many times we have to go back and forth.

Now you can try and blackmail do what you want with your threats at this time my lawyers will be contacting you. You hired us for marketing on a company which we did and proof of newsletters that I can post here for the public to see.

We do not grantee any volume what so ever is a stock we are not brokers, we been in buniess for then 7 years and have no complaints with our services. Now you on the other hand after speaking to several people you pull these types of tricks of blackmail to get money back after services have been done, but that will not work here. And for the record you did call my family's house where I do not live at and threatened my sister after she told you several times I do not live there. I don't know why you asking for my father, I run my own bunnies.

I also do have proof that you did threaten my sister in a recording after you calling more than 10 times that I can get in a transcript or post a audio here for everyone to listen and post phone records on how many times you called harrsing my family. You would think a man of your age you would be more mature.  Also with you saying that I ripped off another guy in Canada name Ryan now you're saying his name is Peter which one is it post facts not BS. I did do some digging up on you on your past, matter fact I will post here since it's public information, it seems you and your whole family in California where busted by the SEC and the DOJ with a public otc company. And don't say it's a lie I'm going be posting proof its you, this just proves that you my friend is the con artist that ripped of the public. Attention Read below and look at what type of person SAM DEEB really is and how him and his family rip off others people beware.

The answer to last nights CYOE quiz is Sam DEEB is Abdul DEEB's Father. Abdul is running the company from Jail. Tony Squeglia's answer of; "no comment" was the winning entry.

Tony Squeglia of Coyote Network Systems, tonights CYOE quiz is? We know you watch this board.  How about a trivia contest?

"We chose Coyote after an extensive review of multiple equipment vendors. We had aggressive growth plans that required considerable capital and at the same time, we needed multiple technologies and software to cover our needs," said ****Sam Deeb****, general manager, Wireless USA. "Coyote provided a total business solution that meets our business requirements." 

Guess who Sam Deeb's relative????? Todays quiz CYOE fans. Flodyie all knowning. 

1997-05-28 -- Stock Manipulation Scheme Yields 7+ Years in Prison

Irvine Man Sentenced in Multimillion Dollar Plot to Artificially

Increase Stock Value. Case Is Largest of its Type in SoCal.

LOS ANGELES, May 28

-- Concluding the largest stock manipulation case ever prosecuted in Southern California, an Irvine man has been

sentenced to 87 months in federal prison for running a multimillion dollar scheme that fraudulently manipulated nearly

all of his company's publicly traded stock, United States Attorney Nora M. Manella announced today.

Ahmad Naim Bayaa, 43, was president and primary shareholder of Southland Communications, a Santa Ana-based pager company. He was convicted last year of 12 felony counts related to a scheme in which the price of Southland Communications stock wasartificially driven up.

United States District Judge Richard A. Paez sentenced Bayaa late Tuesday. The defendant was originally scheduled to be sentenced in February, but he failed to appear at a hearing. He was a fugitive for one month until he was taken into custody on suspicion of forgery and passing counterfeit checks. Those charges are currently pending in Orange County Superior Court.

At sentencing, Judge Paez increased Bayaa's prison term because the defendant substantially interfered with the business of the court when he knowingly and willfullyfailed to appear.

During a two-year conspiracy, Bayaa and codefendant *****Abdul Deeb***** secretly purchased large blocks of Southland Communication stock using the names of other individuals.  As the stock value increased, profits were used to purchase additional shares, according to Assistant United States Attorney Barbara Scheper.

By March 1990, Bayaa and Deeb had secretly gained control of 88 percent of Southland Communications stock, the prosecutor said. The stock manipulation scheme permitted Bayaa and Deeb to artificially drive up the share price of the stock. In a two-month period in 1990, the price of the stock jumped from $8 a share to $17 a share. Bayaa and Deeb bought Southland Communications stock on margin, with six brokerage houses providing 50 percent of the capital. In April 1990, the Securities and Exchange Commission suspended trading in Southland Communications, a move that rendered the company's stock worthless. The brokerage firms lost $12 million. Additionally, 12 individual
investors lost approximately $500,000.

Following a jury trial in May 1996, Bayaa was convicted of one count of conspiracy, 10 counts of securities fraud, and one count of money laundering.

Deeb, 45, of Anaheim, was convicted of one count of conspiracy, nine counts of securities fraud, and two counts of money
laundering. Deeb, a longtime associate of Bayaa who worked at Southland Communications at one time, was sentenced in February to 63 months in federal prison.

A third defendant in the case, Shaw Tehrani, a 45-year-old stockbroker from Georgia, previously pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy. He was sentenced to four years in federal prison for his role in the scheme.

This case is the product of an extensive investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division, Southern California District. Release No. 97-135

U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California Nora M. Manella, United States Attorney312 North Spring Street, 12th Floor  Los Angeles, California 90012Main Office Number: 213-894-2434

Public Affairs Office: 213-894-6947; fax: 213-894-5377

Thom Mrozek: Public Information Officertmrozek@justice.usdoj.gov

Archived News Releases/Documents: http://www.usdoj.gov/press.html gopher://gopher.usdoj.gov

Amazing your based out in Calforani and so is 2 other compaines mentioned above.Like I said my laywers going to have a feild day with you.
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Sam Deeb and family very well known scam artsists

AUTHOR: Peter - (United States of America)

Looks like your going to keep going with all your lies and trying to destroy my business , what you're asking me to do is break the law. I will not break the law for anyone, you paid us for services which we did brought back 5 times that amount in the market place, now if you were looking for something bigger pay more. It's not my problem you had a issue unloading your shares in your offshore accounts. I  have a very clean record and no complaints, you keep bring up this

Ryan guy funny thing is if I ripped him off I don't see him posting anywhere or made a complaint. It's only you asking me to break the rules. And speaking of backgrounds looks like you and your family where busted with the SEC and DOJ in the 90s for scamming a ton of investors and it's public information. As matter of a fact I will post it below for all to see. Now what you're doing to me is a crime which is destroying my business', you have a major lawsuit coming your way very soon and you're going to beg me to retract it. You can do what you want Sam Deeb service was done and complete not going to break the law. Now judging on your past I think people will be in favor of me. This is the amazing part you tried denying this, it has you name and your companies name and it took place in California you scam artist.
 
The answer to last nights CYOE quiz is Sam DEEB is Abdul DEEB's Father. Abdul is running the company from Jail. Tony Squeglia's answer of; "no comment" was the winning entry.

Tony Squeglia of Coyote Network Systems, tonights CYOE quiz is? We know you watch this board. How about a trivia contest? "We chose Coyote after an extensive review of multiple equipment vendors. We had aggressive growth plans that required considerable capital and at the same time, we needed multiple technologies and software to cover our needs," said ****Sam Deeb****, general manager, Wireless USA. "Coyote provided a total business solution that meets our business requirements." 

Guess who Sam Deeb's relative????? Todays quiz CYOE fans. Flodyie all knowning. 
1997-05-28 -- Stock Manipulation Scheme Yields 7+ Years in Prison

Irvine Man Sentenced in Multimillion Dollar Plot to Artificially Increase Stock Value. Case Is Largest of its Type in SoCal.
LOS ANGELES, May 28 -- Concluding the largest stock manipulation case ever prosecuted in Southern California, an
Irvine man has been sentenced to 87 months in federal prison for running a multimillion dollar scheme that fraudulently
manipulated nearly all of his company's publicly traded stock, United States Attorney Nora M. Manella announced today.
Ahmad Naim Bayaa, 43, was president and primary shareholder of Southland Communications, a Santa Ana-based
pager company. He was convicted last year of 12 felony counts related to a scheme in which the price of Southland Communications stock wasartificially driven up.

United States District Judge Richard A. Paez sentenced Bayaa late Tuesday. The defendant was originally scheduled to be sentenced in February, but he failed to appear at a hearing. He was a fugitive for one month until he was
taken into custody on suspicion of forgery and passing counterfeit checks. Those charges are currently pending in Orange County Superior Court. At sentencing, Judge Paez increased Bayaa's prison term because the defendant  substantially interfered with the business of the court when he knowingly and willfullyfailed to appear. During a two-year
conspiracy, Bayaa and codefendant*****Abdul Deeb***** secretly purchased large blocks of Southland Communication stock using the names of other individuals.

As the stock value increased, profits were used to purchase additional shares, according to Assistant United States Attorney Barbara Scheper. By March 1990, Bayaa and Deeb had secretly gained control of 88 percent of Southland
Communications stock, the prosecutor said. The stock manipulation scheme permitted Bayaa and Deeb to 
artificially drive up the share price of the stock. In a two-month period in 1990, the price of the stock jumped from $8 a share to $17 a share. Bayaa and Deeb bought Southland Communications stock on margin, with six brokerage
houses providing 50 percent of the capital. In April 1990, the Securities and Exchange Commission suspended trading
in Southland Communications, a move that rendered the company's stock worthless. The brokerage firms lost $12 million. Additionally, 12 individual investors lost approximately $500,000.

Following a jury trial in May 1996, Bayaa was convicted of one count of conspiracy, 10 counts of securities fraud, and one count of money laundering. Deeb, 45, of Anaheim, was convicted of one count of conspiracy, nine counts of securities fraud, and two counts of money laundering. Deeb, a longtime associate of Bayaa who worked at Southland Communications at one time, was sentenced in February to 63 months in federal prison.

A third defendant in the case, Shaw Tehrani, a 45-year-old stockbroker from Georgia, previously pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy. He was sentenced to four years in federal prison for his role in the scheme. This case is the product of an extensive investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division, Southern California District. Release No. 97-135 U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California

Nora M. Manella, United States Attorney312 North Spring Street, 12th Floor Los Angeles, California 90012Main Office Number: 213-894-2434 Public Affairs Office: 213-894-6947; fax: 213-894-5377 Thom Mrozek: Public Information Officertmrozek@justice.usdoj.gov
 
Archived News Releases/Documents: http://www.usdoj.gov/press.html

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Truth about Randy Hamdan's Lies and return the money you stole

AUTHOR: Sam - (United States of America)

Randy Hamdan Ponzi Sheme,

After I posted the truth about Randy Hamdan who has swindled me out of $50,000 he sends me threatening email posing as his uncle

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"Nasser AL-Marsi nassermarsi@gmail.com Sep 7 (4 days ago)to me Listen  I,m going to warn you one time,this is Randy's uncle you need to stop what you are doing or you are going to cause major problems. Don't let this start to get personal with family's, cause it will get done to that. I know who you are and nothing special I'm way above you on the

food chain and can make things very difficult for you very quickly.If I was you I would take the time to do some DD who I am last name and you know we are one not to be f***** with. You still have something coming to you for attacking my niece over the phone nothing but scum traders.Or You can be a man and show up here or anywhere you want please don't test me or this will get very bad soon and I'm sure you or you wife and girls don't need the drama.Have a good day.

Nasser  Rashid Al-Marsi" 

and when that did't work he goes and tries to scotch tape lies together and include my father's name since he has a similar name to an abdul deeb which is 45 years old and my father is 82 years old. I also have no sons at all, if he is trying to say that my son's is abdul deeb. Randy Stop the lies.

In Regards to Coyote Technologies Inc. and not Coyote systems as stated in the lies above, I did close a deal for my company Wireless USA Inc. for 14 million dollars to purchase Telecommunications equipment from Coyote Technologies Inc. and I challenge Randy the lair to produce any other involvement with Coyote Technologies.   

The truth about Randy Hamdan:
  People beware of Randy Hamdan he operates under different web sites like OTCSHUB.COM, http://www.wallstreetawareness.com also as  VIPPENNYSTOCKS.COM. Randy Hamdan also uses the name Mason on the chat rooms also goes by Sam Abu Hamdan on Linkedin.com, Peter on the ripoffreport.com or Steven Marsman this guy is illusive and will keep after you until you fall for his Ponzi scheme.

Please beware Randy Hamdan is after investors to Rip them off their money and or stocks. please remember his new site
Wallstreetawareness.com. Randy Hamdan is all over the internet with one purpose in mind to snag investor to fall for his scheme. Randy Hamdan is a rip off artist stay away from him. Randy Hamdans Investor Ponzi Scheme, Randy Hamdan is a thief and con artist, Randy Hamdan of Dearborn Michigan is a criminal that should be in jail. Randy Hamdan run his
Ponzi Scheme as vippennystocks.com and otcshub.com where the schemer Randy Hamdan is the CEO of OTCSHUB to rip people off their hard earned money, where he fol-sly claims that he can market companies to his investors but falsely claims credit for other companies work as his own to trick people into hiring him, also stating that he does have a large
investor base which appears to be a complete lie, which is exactly how he tricked me into sending him $50,000.00 and immediately after he received the monies he stops taking calls and disappears. Randy Hamdan has done this to at least one other person Ryan in Canada where he also swindled him out of $50,000 out of him also using the exact same
scheme.

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AUTHOR: Sam - (United States of America)

This is Sam Deeb yes I was the owner of Wireless USA Inc., and also yes we did a 14 million dollar deal with Cayote Technology. but I have no relations to Ahmad Naim Bayaa and his company, and or this abdul deeb which has a similar name to my fathers name which was never in prison and he is an 82 year old man and not 45 years old. A law suite will be filed against the Randy Hamdan the poster of this false legations, posting as Peter which is a shame on ripoffreport allowing people to report aliases. 

Randy Hamdan you are the rip off artist and a con man that will never change. you are the one that swindled $50,000 out of me and you have the audacity to try to smear my name. I will make sure you go to jail.

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