Monday, March 8, 2010

Let's Roll - 9/11 class action on Power Corp war rooms, Teachers hedge funds

Open e-mail sent September 23, 2006:

David Hawkins, Forensic Economist at Hawks' CAFE
Foundation Scholar,
Cambridge University
British Columbia, Canada Tel: 604-542-0891 (Under preparation)

David Hawkins and Members of Hawks CAFE yahoo group for RICO 9/11

Ccs include:
Thomas J. Coyne, President, Coyne and Associates, Inc.
Professor of Finance (retired since 1995), John Carroll University

Dear Members of Hawks CAFE

Let's Roll - 9/11 class action on Power Corp war rooms, Teachers hedge funds

To help research, prepare and file a class-action law suit on behalf of the estimated 3 million participants in the Teachers ('TIAA-CREF') national pension fund, I propose that we begin to publish a two-way correspondence on "RICO 9/11" at the Hawks CAFE yahoo group.

I believe prospective RICO 9/11 plaintiffs were defrauded through the '90s, when Teachers' private equity groups and hedge funds, controlled by Power Corp. of Montreal and JP Morgan banking families, corrupted the NATO-NORAD military procurement process and built a private network of phsyical and virtual war rooms for use in the 'al-Qaeda' 9/11 attack.

On 9/11, insiders of Power Corp.'s war rooms, bypassed the Canadian and American governments' joint chain of command, sabotaged key US command centers in Manhattan and Washington D.C. and transferred financial and military communications to the Teachers' private equity groups, including CAI, MITIMCO and Carlyle, Canada.

The 4-day closure of the NYSE allowed insiders to execute event-arbitrage, securities, insurance and mortgage frauds on the plaintiffs, and, more generally, on the owners of labor union pension funds, including teamsters, laborers (LIUNA) and operating engineers (IUOE).

I invite members of Hawks CAFE with experience of 'churning' or other frauds on Teachers or labor-union pension or insurance funds, to comment on the proposed RICO 9/11 lawsuit and confirm that the comments can be published at

Yours sincerely,

David Hawkins

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