Alleged fraud on TimberWest and English Family by bcIMC & CAI Private Equity Group
To Whom It May Concern:
Re: Alleged fraud on TimberWest and English Family by bcIMC & CAI Private Equity Group
I, David Hawkins, Forensic Economist with www.abeldanger.org, have reason to believe and do believe that the trustees of the bcIMC pension fund have put the administration of the fund with the Global Custodian Northern Trust and the direction of the fund with Tracey McVicar, the Vancouver managing partner of private equity firm CAI Capital Management Co., to conceal the alleged extortion of and frauds upon private property owners which, for example, allegedly included forcing TimberWest Unitholders to sell their assets at fire sale prices to a 50:50 joint venture between bcIMC and the Public Sector Pension Investment Board and, after death threats and alleged arson and sabotage attacks, forcing the English Family into a foreclosure sale of their property at 1481 Pacific Rim Highway, Tofino, B.C., to the unjust enrichment of bcIMC members including provincial firefighters, police and Supreme Court Judges.
Continuing research suggests that the special investors in the CAI Private Equity Group have positioned bcIMC with a substantial stake in Shire Plc (870,061 shares at Market Value CDN $64 million Public Equity Investments March 31, 2016 UNAUDITED) and have been using Shire medications to trigger aggression and homicidal ideation needed in CAI SWAT teams allegedly deployed to extort owners into selling property at a loss or accepting a fraudulent foreclosure designed to enrich the bcIMC fund.
I note that all the recent school shootings in the United States suggest shooters’ minds are being manipulated by private equity groups with access to products of pharmaceutical companies such as Shire Plc and that the late Barry Sherman, founder of generic drug company Apotex, and his wife Holly appear to have been murdered by a homicidal hit team deployed to protect the $11 billion valuation of the Shire Neuroscience ADHD division subject to the elimination of the threat of generic drugs from Apotex.
I believe that the story of Jimmy Hoffa, tried and convicted of jury tampering and fraud on the Central States Pension Fund to line his own pocket in a Florida land scam, has direct relevance to the ongoing miscarriage of justice in British Columbia, the extortion of property from its owners and the enrichment of bcIMC members and CAI Private Equity insiders.
Gordon J. Fyfe became the Chief Executive Officer & Chief Investment Officer of bcIMC, replacing Doug Pearce, effective July 7, 2014. Gordon has more than 30 years in the investment and finance industry and brings a strong and extensive investment executive background to bcIMC. He started with JP Morgan in New York and London and then moved to senior executive positions at TAL Global Asset Management and Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec. Gordon most recently served for the past 11 years as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Public Sector Pension Investment Board which manages assets of more than $100 billion. Originally from Victoria, Gordon holds a degree in Commerce from the University of British Columbia and an MBA from INSEAD, France.
Tracey McVicar on her journey from Wall Street wizard to inner-city teacher to one of B.C.’s most influential board directors. McVicar left 12 years of investment banking during the frenzied technology run-up of the ’90s to teach kids in an inner-city New York City school in 2001. Even though she later returned to finance (she’s now the Vancouver managing partner of private equity firm CAI Capital Management Co.), it’s a career curveball that she describes as “living a dream.” … McVicar—who worked at RBC Capital Markets from 1990 to 1997 and Raymond James Ltd. (and its predecessor, Goepel Shields & Partners) from 1997 to 2001—set up NYC-headquartered CAI in Vancouver after returning to B.C. following 9/11. “Of course that changed everything,” says McVicar, who was in Brooklyn at the time of the attacks although had been due to pick up some computers, donated to her school, at the World Trade Center that morning. .. From not-for-profits such as Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland and Science World to mega corporations such as BC Hydro and Teck Resources, the 47-year-old Quilchena resident has become one of the province’s most coveted board directors. .. The mother of a five-year-old son adopted from Vietnam (who’s often brought to her myriad meetings) is well-versed in board machinations in general. “I know how to study it intently for a short period of time to make a contribution,” she says. “It’s important who is with you at the table because you can get logjammed and I’ve watched enough ‘crazy’ on boards.”
“CORRUPTION AND THE FALL OF JIMMY HOFFA: AN INSIDE STORY FROM THE MAN WHO CLAIMS HE KILLED HOFFA
POSTED ON MARCH 15, 2006
Review: “I Heard You Paint Houses”: Frank ‘the Irishman’ Sheeran and the Inside Story of the Mafia, the Teamsters, and the Final Ride of Jimmy Hoffa.
“I heard you paint houses.” Those are the first words Jimmy Hoffa ever spoke to Frank Sheeran, who would become a top Teamster official in the 1960s and ’70s as well as a hired killer for Hoffa and the mob. The words refer to the splatter of blood when the deed is done….
Hoffa created a local union for Sheeran: Delaware Local 326 was carved out of Philadelphia Local 107, with Sheeran installed as president. He was identified as a mob leader in the 1987 RICO lawsuit against top Teamsters that led to the present-day consent order.
It’s an easy book to read, and even fun, if that’s an appropriate word for a book about murder and union corruption. Sheeran and Brandt (half the book is taken verbatim from the Sheeran tapes, the rest written by Brandt) don’t romanticize the mob; to “The Irishman”, it’s just a business and the way he lives. He matter of factly describes killing three people in one day and then he “met up with Jimmy to give him the report.”
There is considerable coverage in the book of Hoffa’s trials. Hoffa was tried for taking payoffs from carhaul employers, and got a hung jury by bribing several jurors. His co-defendant was Bert Brennan, his business partner in the scams that sent him to prison. Brennan’s son Larry currently heads Michigan Joint Council 43.
Then Hoffa was tried and convicted in 1964 for the jury tampering, and also convicted by a Chicago jury of defrauding the Central States Pension Fund to line his own pocket in a Florida land scam. His appeals ran out in 1967 and he entered Lewiston Prison to serve a combined 13 year sentence.
The chapters on the trials show Hoffa as master strategist and as a brazen crook who used threats and bribes routinely. And they show that his famous ego could be his weakness.”
Document prepared February 2, 2018