Sapperstein’s assets sold to Pinnacle Towers were obtained with a portion of approx.
$3 1/2 million stolen by Sappersteins from Baltimore School Board
Copy of Wire Transfer Made directly to Mark Sapperstein
marylandcorruption.com archives Oct. 2002
Letter (cc:d) To Goldman Sachs, Henry Paulson Jr. pertaining to approx. $ 9 million dollar payment directly to:
Mark Sapperstein, Top Florida/Maryland Organized Crime Syndicate Boss as part of
$325 million Pinnacle Tower IPO in Sarasota, FL. April 14, 1999.
Exhibits not included in this PDF file but available by special request
marylandcorruption.com archives April 14, 1999
Mark Sapperstein, Top Maryland/Florida Organized Crime Syndicate Boss
sued by Stone for
Criminal Contempt of Court for falsifying Affidavit in FL/RICO about
$9 million payment made to Sapperstein by Pinnacle Towers, (Sarasota Florida) $325 million IPO underwritten by Goldman Sachs
Federal Court Motion
(17 page PDF)
marylandcorruption.com archives Jan. 24, 2001
(approx. 135 page PDF)
marylandcorruption.com archives Jan. 24, 2001
More Allegations of Criminal Misconduct and racketeering involving Goldman Sachs, Sapperstein, IPO’s etc.
Stone’s unsuccessful efforts to become a “Party of Interest” in Pinnacle Towers Bankruptcy
Remember this was filed on or about Oct. 8, 2002 in federal bankruptcy court in New York
approx. 3 years before 2005 when it was discovered that Mark Sapperstein & his father, Gilbert Sapperstein
had been stealing $3 1/2 million from the Baltimore School Board beginning in the early 1990’s up until 2005
a portion of this $3 1/2 million dollars was used to buy the assets sold to Pinnacle Towers.
IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
* PINNACLE TOWERS INC.
* Case No. 02-12483- brl
Movant * Chapter 11
Donald Stone, pro se * Burton R. Lifland , JUDGE
Tel. (772) 334-7182 *
* * * * * * * * * * *
Donald D. Stone, a party of interest in the Pinnacle bankruptcy moves this court to initiate federal criminal indictments proceedings against Mark C. Sapperstein, Pinnacle, Pinnacle’s legal counsel, Holland & Knight, their former top attorney William McBride, Raymond James, Price Waterhouse Coopers, Goldman Sachs, and Salomon Smith Barney for the approx. $8.3 million payment made to Mark C. Sapperstein (personally) by Pinnacle for certain entities, 28 Walker Associates, Shore Communications, and West Shore Communications owned, controlled, or obtained by Mark C. Sapperstein through alleged violations of the RICO Statute USC 18 Sec 1962 (a)(b)(c)(d) as defined in USC 18 Sec. 1961 that were bundled into the Pinnacle Towers IPO, Prospectus, February 19,1999
Certain of the assets purchased by Pinnacle Towers from Mark C. Sapperstein are alleged to have been obtained through racketeering activities, such as alleged bribery of government officials and extortion, in violation of the federal
RICO Statute 18 USC Section 1962. Prohibited activities:
(a) It is alleged that certain of the entities acquired, controlled and/or owned by the principal, Mark C.
Sapperstein, Shore Communications, West Shore Communications and 28 Walker Associates that
were sold to Pinnacle were obtained by Mark C. Sapperstein and others known and unknown with
income derived directly or indirectly from a pattern of racketeering activity that effects interstate
commerce in Maryland and Florida.
(b) These assets Shore Communications, West Shore Communications, and 28 Walker Associates
owned or controlled by Mark C. Sapperstein were obtained through a pattern of racketeering
activities affecting interstate commerce in Florida and Maryland.
(c) That Mark C. Sapperstein and others known and unknown did participate in the conduct of the
enterprises affairs, West Shore Communications, Shore Communications, and 28 Walker
Associates through a pattern of racketeering activity.
(d) That Mark C. Sapperstein, Pinnacle Towers, certain of the Pinnacle Towers officers, Holland &
Knight, their top attorney, William McBride, Raymond James, Price Waterhouse Coopers, Smith
Soloman & Barney, Goldman Sachs and others known and unknown did conspire to violate certain
provisions of subsection (a),(b), or (c) of this section.
That Mark C. Sapperstein, his father, Gilbert Sapperstein and others, known and unknown did operate numerous criminal enterprises over a period of approximately eleven (11) years from 1991 to 2002 and did engage in racketeering activities as defined in 18 USC Sec. 1961 (1) (B)(D)for alleged violations of the following criminal statutes under title 18 United States Code Sections 201 through 2315 (as listed below).
18 USC Sec. 1961
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