Four Key Sample Cases

Mr. Gedaljahu Ebert had a flourishing real estate business, when he was bankrupted fraudulently 17 years ago. Trying to understand the violence and torture that he had to endure as a former wealthy business man, turned him into a “forensic investigator” par excellence.

His case is one of four that we presented to the Secretary of State The Rt Hon Dr. Vincent Cable to point out the faulty administrative procedure: absence of scrutiny and lack of evidence.

The response we received on his behalf from the Insolvency Service is here.

The same four cases were put before the Lord Chancellor Kenneth Clarke MP to point out the abuse of HM seal.

The other three cases are

  • Paulette Cooper RIP – victim of many white collar crimes, leading to bankruptcy without jurisdiction
  • David Fabb – victim of accountancy firm DeLoittes
  • Raymond Fox – victim of nuclear radiation and its cover-ups, including bankruptcy.

Paulette had asked her MP Stephen Phillips QC for help. He got this letter from Kenneth Clarke QC, while we are still waiting for our response, despite numerous follow-up phone calls.

20 thoughts on “Four Key Sample Cases

  1. I agree, these illegal bankruptcies, & the people responsible should be imprisoned for life. Do these people, if you can call them that, realise the pain & suffering they have caused hard working human beings? These poor unfortunate souls who had fell foul to a bunch of crooks should be compensated & Judges who presided over their cases should be struck off for good. People have lost their entire livelihoods over crooked Judges. I am one of those people. Being denied a proper court hearing, & hoping for my case to be heard without the fear of becoming illegally bankrupt. These so called trusting Judges are as bad as the rest of the Mafia.

  2. One of the problems here is that the various bankers/lawyers/accountants who have dealt with Mr Fabb over the years are bound by confidentiality/corporate reputation from telling the world that he is in fact a poor businessman, vexatious litigant and that his businesses were very poorly run to the point where there were questions about the integrity of the dealings of his finance personnel. Mr Fabb has had a quarrel with Deloitte over a number of years which may or may not have some foundation but every couple of years he finds a new way of clawing in someone else into “the conspiracy”. Deloitte may or may not have been in the wrong on the initial insolvency of David Fabb Holdings but suggest that lawyers, bankers, valuers and judges were involved in this over a number of years is pure fantasy.

    • Dear Mr Anonymous

      do you always leave negative comments about people without them being able to talk things over?

      Not very admirable or applaudable!?…

      Who are you to judge any business man as ‘poor’? It all depends how you measure success. The Japanese measure it by the numbers of risks taken.

      Will youever take the risk of at leasting posting in a non-anonymous fashion, I wonder?

      Yours not impressed,


  3. I applied to Grimsby Co, Court for our rights i.a.w. Article 8 HRA in July 2009. It has still not been heard, since 3 judges, notably DJ Chesterfield, ordered me to remain silent at all times (did not hear me) and in my advised absence abroad stated that it was a claim for an Injunction against our neighbour – read the Article! I have therefore referred the case to the European Court of HR but they have a two year backlog. I am therefore in favour of David Cameron’s proposal to have such cases heard by an HONEST UK Court – if one exists, Sir!
    Austin Mitchell MP is aware of this and other white collar crimes.

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