Report: #1036547

Complaint Review: Monte Morris Friesner

  • Submitted: Wed, March 20, 2013
  • Updated: Wed, March 20, 2013
  • Reported By: Judge Brorby — Federal Court Nationwide
  • Monte Morris Friesner
    Global Bank
    United States of America

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Mr. Friesner was convicted of twenty felony counts of wire fraud, money laundering and various crimes relating to the unlawful use of interstate commerce. He appeals his convictions asserting first, the evidence seized by virtue of a search warrant should have been suppressed, and second, he was prevented from presenting a defense 

The evidence presented at trial established Mr. Friesner was a consummate fraud artist. He sought out potential victims who were seeking enormous loans. Mr. Friesner would then enter into contractual agreements requiring the prospective borrowers to deposit a large sum of money, usually $250,000, in an escrow account as a commitment fee, demonstrating their ability and devotion to obtaining the large loans. The borrowers understood these commitment fees were to be returned to them in the event Mr. [continued below]....
..... Friesner could not secure a loan for them. They were further led to believe Mr. Friesner would obtain a commission fee from other sources. No loan transactions were ever completed and the funds deposited in escrow were purloined by Mr. Friesner.

An FBI agent applied for a search warrant for Mr. Friesner's home. In the affidavit in support of the application, the agent specifically described the place to be searched (the home of Mr. Friesner) and alleged Mr. Friesner held himself out as an international financier who had perpetrated wire fraud on Canadian citizens through an advance fee scheme. The affidavit stated: (1) the only source of income of Mr. Friesner and his wife was his "advance fee" scheme; (2) phone calls, faxes, and mail relating to the scheme were sent from and received at Mr. Friesner's residence; (3) meetings concerning the scheme took place at Mr. Friesner's residence; and (4) the victims regarded Mr. Friesner's residence as his place of business. Additionally, the warrant lists the victims and financial institutions of Mr. Friesner's crimes as well as the names of the companies linked to Mr. Friesner by the FBI investigation. Attachment B to the affidavit listed items to be seized, which were basically financial records. A magistrate judge issued the search warrant and the warrant was executed. The return indicates fourteen boxes of documents and miscellaneous items were seized.
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