On June 12, 2017, Judge Diane Humetewa dismissed the Racketeering claim against the Vanguard Group at el. Overall, the Judge felt that the incidents within the complaint did not give rise to RICO. However, she gave the opportunity to provide additional facts within 45 days by amending the complaint.
On July 26, 2017, I filed a Fifth Amended Complaint which updates the racketeering claims to include the crimes of officer Brain M. Schwartz and former Police Officer Brian T. Therrien.
Mr. Schwartz is a hired criminal operating in a legitimate role on behalf of Vanguard. He is willing to commit any crime to accomplish his goal of forcing me to abandon my claims against the firm, that includes assaulting a child, which he continues to do. Mr. Schwartz claims his connections to high-ranking elected officials will permit him to avoid accountability.
There are Corporations in Arizona that have crippled regulatory bodies through illegal influence. Secret contributions to elect corrupt high-ranking officials means Corporations avoid accountability for breaking the law: no accountability means corruption and organized crime are rampant
My case is just a snapshot of how far one company went to avoid accountability. The CEO of Vanguard, Bill Mcnabb, has full knowledge of the illegal partnership that exists between Vanguard and law enforcement.
You can read the entire complaint here:
Officer Brian M. Schwartz: