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Transcript Nov 16, 2000 secret bankruptcy wiretap hearing excerpts

Transcript Nov 16, 2000 secret bankruptcy wiretap hearing excerpts

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Excerpts from one of many secret hearings that were an amalgam of illegal wiretap and secret trial proceedings. They were held in a local bankruptcy court. Many more such hearings were held but only four had a court reporter present. They were all concealed from myself, my attorneys, and all reviewing courts even though an appeal to the 11th Cir. was proceeding and all of my attorney-client phone calls were being tapped. Also victimized were the many friends, family members, attorneys, and reporters I spoke to on the phone. No one ever knew these bizarre and highly illegal 'hearings' were occurring and they were concealed for years until a bankruptcy "sealed" record was ordered disgorged by the district court.
All of my attorney-client phone calls were wiretapped from the FDC Miami, which maintains a taping system for the limited purpose of maintaining security. The recorded tapes are protected law enforcement tapes, covered under a "Wiretap Act" (Title 3) exception for only the limited purpose of institutional security. There are heavy penalties for their theft. The attorney-client and all other intercepts were illegally and secretly funneled to Bear Stearns by Berger Singerman, under the direction of Paul Singerman. Juval Aviv, a self proclaimed Israeli assassin, who had recently been prosecuted by the U.S. Government, was a key player in the theft of law enforcement materials and illegal wiretapping. Inexplicably, he illegally directed the local U.S. Attorney's Office in the wiretapping. Aviv had become an "officer of the bankruptcy court" by filing sham, secret filings. Aviv, along with Berger Singerman were the key figures in illegally passing the surveillance phone tapes and other protected law enforcement material to Bear Stearns senior managing directors Daniel Taub and Mark Lehman. Paul Singerman later confessed that Bear Stearns used the law enforcement material and wiretap results for their own private purposes — that admission is posted on this site.
Excerpts from one of many secret hearings that were an amalgam of illegal wiretap and secret trial proceedings. They were held in a local bankruptcy court. Many more such hearings were held but only four had a court reporter present. They were all concealed from myself, my attorneys, and all reviewing courts even though an appeal to the 11th Cir. was proceeding and all of my attorney-client phone calls were being tapped. Also victimized were the many friends, family members, attorneys, and reporters I spoke to on the phone. No one ever knew these bizarre and highly illegal 'hearings' were occurring and they were concealed for years until a bankruptcy "sealed" record was ordered disgorged by the district court.
All of my attorney-client phone calls were wiretapped from the FDC Miami, which maintains a taping system for the limited purpose of maintaining security. The recorded tapes are protected law enforcement tapes, covered under a "Wiretap Act" (Title 3) exception for only the limited purpose of institutional security. There are heavy penalties for their theft. The attorney-client and all other intercepts were illegally and secretly funneled to Bear Stearns by Berger Singerman, under the direction of Paul Singerman. Juval Aviv, a self proclaimed Israeli assassin, who had recently been prosecuted by the U.S. Government, was a key player in the theft of law enforcement materials and illegal wiretapping. Inexplicably, he illegally directed the local U.S. Attorney's Office in the wiretapping. Aviv had become an "officer of the bankruptcy court" by filing sham, secret filings. Aviv, along with Berger Singerman were the key figures in illegally passing the surveillance phone tapes and other protected law enforcement material to Bear Stearns senior managing directors Daniel Taub and Mark Lehman. Paul Singerman later confessed that Bear Stearns used the law enforcement material and wiretap results for their own private purposes — that admission is posted on this site.

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. UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
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NOVEMBER 16, 2000HEARING RE: IN CAMERA INSPECTIONThe above-entitled cause came on for hearingbefore the HONORABLE A. JAY CRISTOL, at the ClaudePepper Federal Building, 14th Floor, Miami, Dade
County, Florida,
at 10:30 a.m. on
Thursday,
November 16, 2000, and the following proceedings were
had:
OUELLETTE & MAULDIN COURT REPORTERS
305-358-8875
 
OUELLETTE & MAULDIN COURT REPORTERS305-358-8875
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APPEARANCES:
BERGER DAVIS & SINGERMANby: JAMES FIERBERG, ESQUIREPAUL AVRON, ESQUIREon behalf of the TrusteeU.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICEby: GRISEL ALONSO, ATTORNEY-AT-LAWon behalf of the U.S. Attorney's OfficeFEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS
by: RICHARD DEAGUIAR, ESQUIRE
on behalf of the Federal Bureau of PrisonsOFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES TRUSTEEby: ROBERT ANGUEIRA, ASSISTANT U.S. TRUSTEEon behalf of the Office of the United States
Trustee
 
OUELLETTE & MAULDIN COURT REPORTERS
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THE COURT: As I understand it, this matter
is a request for an in camera inspection.
MR. FIERBERG: Judge, good morning. JamesFierberg on behalf of the Trustee. With me is my
colleague, Paul Avron. It's not an inspection, Judge,
it's a request for authority to take discovery from theU.S. Bureau of Prisons under seal.
THE COURT: Okay.
MR. FIERBERG: And this is an in camera
hearing because of the sensitivity of the matters
presented.
THE COURT: Is there anyone here for the
Bureau of Prisons?
MS. ALONSO: Good morning, Your Honor.
Grisel Alonso, Assistant United States Attorney. With
me here today is Richard Deaguiar, a senior attorney
with the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Mr. Deaguiar will
be arguing the Government's position in this matter.We're here as an interested party.
THE COURT: All right. Well, basically I
have read the motions and I thought that under the
circumstances it was proper to do this in camera. The
matter of concern is whether or not the Bureau ofPrisons has any objection and whether or not there'ssome reason why this should not be allowed.

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