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남경필의원 부부의 유가증권및 출자지분현황이며 그 아래는 2010년 재산신고현황입니다
2010년 4월2일자 국회공보에 게재된 내용입니다
남경필의원의 부인 이*씨는 레전드 인터내셔날주식회사가는 비상장회사 주식 4천7백50주를 보유하고 있으며
현금가치는 5천7백만원이라고 합니다
또 부인은 위즈아일랜드 광진직영점 지분 백%와 위즈아일랜드 분당이매직영점 지분 24.5%를 보유하고 있습니다


남경필의원 2010년 재산신고현황입니다
남의원은 나눔과 키움 재단에 5천만원을 출자, 이사장을 맡고 있으며 재력가로 알려진 모친의 재산은 독립생계를 이유로
고지거부했습니다

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군납 사기혐의로 검찰 내사를 받다가 미국으로 도피한 주관엽씨에 대해 법무부가 미국 정부에 범죄인 인도요청을 하기로 했다. 주씨는 조석래 효성그룹 회장의 막내 동서이자 방위산업체인 로우테크놀로지의 실소유주로 알려져 있다.

법무부는 9일 주관엽씨가 머물고 있는 미국 정부에 범죄인 인도요청을 할 예정이라고 밝혔다. 법무부는 이날 "주씨의 사기와 조세범처벌법 위반 혐의를 수사중인 검찰이 범죄인 인도청구를 요청함에 따라 주씨의 두 혐의를 병합해서 최대한 빠른 시간 안에 미국에 범죄인 인도를 요청할 것"이라고 설명했다.

로우테크놀로지 실소유주로 알려진 주씨는 지난 2003~2008년 국방부와 계약을 맺고 훈련 장비를 납품하면서 허위 세금계산서로 원가를 불려 220억원의 부당이득을 챙긴 혐의를 받고 있다. 또 육군 '마일즈'(다중 통합 레이저 교전 장치) 납품 과정에서 임가공업체들과 짜고 허위 세금계산서를 발행한 혐의도 받고 있다.

주씨는 경찰의 내사가 시작된 뒤인 2007년 5월 미국으로 건너가 귀국하지 않고 있는 상태다. 이에 따라 검찰은 인터폴에 적색 수배를 의뢰하고 법무부에 범죄인 인도청구를 요청한 바 있다.

지난 1999년 한미 정부 간에 체결된 범죄인 인도 조약에 따르면 양국의 법률에 의해 `1년 이상의 자유형 또는 그 이상의 중형으로 처벌할 수 있는 범죄'를 저질렀거나, 이 같은 범죄의 미수범, 음모범 또는 공범인 경우 범죄인 인도 청구 대상이 된다.

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Bill Clinton owns a jewelry store in London and an offshore data company in India
Hillary Clinton Senate Financial Disclosure Form ^ | June 14, 2007 | HAL9000

Posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:10:05 PM by HAL9000

Just looking through Hillary Clinton's financial disclosure papers, released today and available at this link -

http://tray.com/pfd/S07pfd/00001/00001217.pdf

Some interesting new developments -

Bill Clinton is the sole owner of "WJC International Investments LP, LLC" in New York, NY. It holds such interests as -

Yucaipa Global Partnership Fund, LP (investment partnership that invests in securities of corporations that conduct significant operations in foreign countries) (general partner is YGOF GP, Ltd, c/o 1930 W. Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90069)

Garrard Worldwide Holdings Ltd (retail jeweler with flagship store in London, England). Garrard is the Crown Jeweller, and appears to be connected to the Bronfman financial empire.

Easy Bill Limited (business service and transaction process company located in India) (Interest held in name of YGPF Mauritus Investments) (see www.easybillindia.com

The report also discloses that CNN's pollster, Vinod Gupta, granted stock options to Bill Clinton for 100,000 shares of InfoUSA, with an exercise price of $8.05, and those options expired on April 24, 2007 without being exercised.

And the report shows that Bill Clinton recieved "over $1,000" of non-employee compensation from Gupta's company. Some reports place the amount at $3.1 million.



TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Extended News; News/Current Events; US: Arkansas; US: Nebraska; US: New York
KEYWORDS: acludonors; britain; bronfman; burkle; clinton; clintonpropaganda; clintons; cnnpollster; easybill; garrard; hillaryscandals; india; infousa; london; moneylaundering; pearlnecklace; uk; vinodgupta; wjcinternational; yucaipa

1 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:10:08 PM by HAL9000

To: HAL9000
It's just his his personal Bimbo Bling! outlet?
2 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:12:16 PM by IllumiNaughtyByNature (I buy gas for my SUV with the Carbon Offsets I sell on Ebay!)

To: HAL9000

Everyone knows the Clintons are ‘special’-only little people need pay taxes-the peons don’t you know. Those are not permitted to look Madame Clinton in the eye.


3 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:12:51 PM by nyconse

To: HAL9000

Lord only knows what BJC did in office to earn these kickbacks.


4 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:13:19 PM by gov_bean_ counter ( Who is the Democrat's George Galloway?)

To: HAL9000

Yucaipa is Ron Burkle’s holding company.


5 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:15:54 PM by oblomov

To: HAL9000

He “owns” Garrard the same way that I own Exxon-Mobil - by owning stock. My holdings of XOM are about 0.0000000001%


6 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:16:03 PM by CholeraJoe ("You just killed a helicopter with a car!" "I know. I was out of bullets.")

To: HAL9000

Do you think Hillary will be taking things away from Bill for the public good?


7 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:18:10 PM by Beckwith (dhimmicrats and the liberal media have chosen sides -- Islamofascism)

To: gov_bean_ counter
Lord only knows what BJC did in office to earn these kickbacks.

It's odd how many go into "public service" with average net worth, and leave as multimillionaires...

8 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:20:33 PM by GOPJ (Open border Lobbies push for amnesty when borders leak like sieves? Why?(hint:12 million new dems))

To: HAL9000

That’s some legacy you got there Bill.


9 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:22:00 PM by Argus

To: HAL9000
http://www.nlpc.org/view.asp?action=viewArticle&aid=2019

What kind of compensation has Bill Clinton been getting for all this? Mrs. Clinton’s Senate financial-disclosure form, which includes spousal income, reveals her husband in 2005 received “guaranteed” partnership payments from Yucaipa Global Opportunities Fund I LLC of “over $1,000.” That statistic doesn’t reveal a whole lot. But a spokesman for the ex-president indicated that Mr. Clinton owns one-third of fund assets. The two other funds – the Yucaipa American Fund and the Yucaipa Corporate Initiative Fund – aren’t listed on Mrs. Clinton’s disclosure form because Mr. Clinton hasn’t received actual monies from them. Observers say he could make millions from his Yucaipa connection, and thus provide key financing for Hillary.
10 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:25:00 PM by james500

To: LucyT; doug from upland

FYI


11 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:25:52 PM by Calpernia (Breederville.com)

To: HAL9000
WJC International Investments LP, LLC

That just sounds so...so 'un-liberal' to me. A good liberal should own companies with names like 'Ben & Jerrys' or 'Planned Parenthood'.
12 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:26:01 PM by reagan_fanatic (I'm Fred, White and Blue!)

To: HAL9000
...appears to be connected to the Bronfman financial empire.

Wonder if Hillary! knows about that? Isn't Mrs. Bronfman one of the babes whose neckline he was staring down a few months back?

Owning your own jewelry store has its advantages, however. There are no receipts in your wallet that wifey might discover.

13 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:26:56 PM by afraidfortherepublic

To: Beckwith
LOL!
14 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:27:35 PM by Churchillspirit (We are all foot soldiers in this War On Terror.)

To: abb; HAL9000

>>> Bill Clinton is the sole owner of “WJC International Investments LP, LLC” in New York, NY. It holds such interests as -

Yucaipa Global Partnership Fund, LP (investment partnership that invests in securities of corporations that conduct significant operations in foreign countries) (general partner is YGOF GP, Ltd, c/o 1930 W. Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90069) <<<<<

Is this related?

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1622561/posts
San Jose Guild Calls Emergency Meeting Over MediaNews Deal (DInosaur Media Union Thug Alert)

>>>>The guild wants to address many issues, including media concentration, but is also charging that Yucaipa Co. — the private equity firm that placed a bid on all 12 orphan Knight Ridder papers on behalf of the guild — did not get a fair shake in negotiations with McClatchy over the California papers.

The guild has “serious” concerns about whether Yucaipa received enough time for the due diligence process. <<<<

?????


15 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:29:01 PM by Calpernia (Breederville.com)

To: HAL9000
What kind of data company? FBI files?
16 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:29:44 PM by BMC1 (If the Hildabeast becomes Pres in 08, we can work for impeachment. First Bill then her.)

To: HAL9000

Wonder if any of these can be traced either directly or indirectly to Marc Rich ?


17 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:31:52 PM by enots

To: HAL9000

Did y’all MISS this ONE????

“Easy Bill Limited”


18 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:33:21 PM by goodnesswins (Being Challenged Builds Character! Being Coddled Destroys Character!)

To: HAL9000

I thought Hillary had all of Bill’s jewels in her lockbox?!?!


19 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:33:47 PM by Joe 6-pack (Que me amat, amet et canem meum.)

To: HAL9000

Holy Cow, check out page 9! Somewhere between $30,000 and $100,000 on two credit cards and they’re paying 18.24% interest on them. She’s not on the Budget committee is she?


20 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:33:57 PM by Non-Sequitur (Save Fredericksburg. Support CVBT.)

To: oblomov
Yucaipa is Ron Burkle’s holding company.

Yes, he is a generous benefactor to the Clintons.

21 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:34:52 PM by HAL9000

To: HAL9000

Aw, these poor babies! It must have been tough not having money for all those years. Fortunately for them, they were able to go to the White House and become rich.


22 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:37:12 PM by popdonnelly (Our first responsibility is to keep the power of the Presidency out of the hands of the Clintons.)

To: HAL9000

An excellent example of how politicians serve themselves first and the country second.


23 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:38:24 PM by popdonnelly (Our first responsibility is to keep the power of the Presidency out of the hands of the Clintons.)

To: HAL9000

Whole lot of graft going on.


24 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:47:06 PM by freekitty

To: freekitty

Now, what did they not report?


25 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:47:50 PM by freekitty

To: gov_bean_ counter

As much as I despise the guy, let’s be honest. He gets a $200,000.00 pension. The bitch gets a $150,000.00 salary. She had two bestsellers. He gets $150,000.00+ to make a speech. The sponsor or his foundation (library, whatever) pays his travel expenses. For the first time in his life, he’s probably making honest money, and quite a lot of it.

It wouldn’t surprise me if he kisses a picture of George Bush every morning, and every time he calls Gore he says, “Hey Al, mah accountant just told me that I put an extra eighty grand in mah pocket last year because you didn’t get elected president, huh, huh, huh.”


26 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:49:04 PM by sig226 (Where did my tag line go?)

To: Calpernia; backhoe; WestCoastGal; Rushmore Rocks; Froufrou; blam; Smokin' Joe; nw_arizona_granny; ..

Thanks, Calpernia.

Pinging a few more...


27 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 5:53:48 PM by LucyT

To: LucyT

He just continues to ooze sleaze. And I will never, ever understand why some women find him sexy and irresistable. BLECH!!!!!!!!!!!

Wish we were rid of this worrisome beast.


28 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 6:04:04 PM by Rushmore Rocks

To: HAL9000

Keep leakin’ the gold. No pun intended


29 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 6:04:16 PM by wastedyears (Check my profile for links to anti-illegal immigration T-shirts.)

To: reagan_fanatic
A good liberal should own companies with names like 'Ben & Jerrys' or 'Planned Parenthood'.

Not to mention: "Carbon Credits R Us"

30 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 6:05:08 PM by Mr_Moonlight

To: Rushmore Rocks; Calpernia; WestCoastGal

LOL, he’ll never leave; after President Hillary there will be President Chelsea.


31 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 6:08:49 PM by LucyT

To: LucyT

Now that’s a frightening thought!


32 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 6:10:11 PM by Rushmore Rocks

To: HAL9000

Yucaipa Foods Corp is Ron Buckle’s corporation and he’s a big Clinton supporter and money man. I wonder what share of Yucaipa Global Partnership Ron has and how much of the money Clinton should have come up with Ron Buckle fronted as a “loan” when the Yucaipa Global Partnership was founded?


33 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 6:41:32 PM by airedale ( XZ)

To: airedale

I found the following at the National Legal and Policy Center at the following URL: http://www.nlpc.org/view.asp?action=viewArticle&aid=2010 Note the 3rd and 4th paragraphs. The rest is interesting. They’ve got a long history of investigating scandals starting in 1991 with the whitewash of the Keating 5 and then later did a lot of work exposing HRC’s Health Care Task Force.

“Information on America’s most corrupt & aggressive unions

TEAMSTERS (IBT)

Billionaire Clinton Friend, Union Accused of Racketeering

Ron Burkle is a very wealthy man, with a net worth listed last year in Forbes magazine at $2.5 billion. He’s also a close friend of former President Bill Clinton. That relationship is now coming under greater scrutiny given the backdrop of Burkle’s now-successful attempt to buy out a major long-distance car-hauling company, with an able assist from the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. On April 23, investors of Hawk Opportunity Fund sued Burkle’s private-equity company, Yucaipa Companies, in Atlanta federal court, charging Yucaipa and IBT leaders with racketeering in Yucaipa’s takeover of Allied Holdings, Inc., North America’s largest hauler. The plaintiff is demanding $200 million in damages, a figure that could triple under RICO statutes. Yucaipa thinks the case is groundless. “We think that this suit is totally without merit,” said company lawyer Robert Klyman. A Teamsters spokesperson likewise dismissed the suit as having no basis. But the surrounding facts notwithstanding provide a window to the ways in which Hillary Clinton will fund her bid to become the next U.S. President.

Car haulers are those behemoth trucks rolling down our highways ferrying automobiles to local dealerships around the country. Running a full-scale fleet of such vehicles can be expensive, especially in a time of high debt, rising fuel prices, high labor costs, and a soft domestic-car market. That combination was enough to put the Decatur, Ga.-based Allied Holdings, Inc. in the red, and eventually in federal bankruptcy court in July 2005. Ron Burkle, who’d made his original fortune in the supermarket business, recently had gained control of another bankrupt car hauler, Performance Transportation Services, Inc. By acquiring Allied, Burkle would have control over at least half of the entire industry. Last year he made his move. Two Yucaipa funds bought a combined $100 million in Allied debt, making Burkle the firm’s largest unsecured creditor. In return, he wanted to restructure the company, subject to approval by U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Atlanta. On Monday, May 14, the court, after a challenge from several parties, granted approval. Burkle’s plan to lift Allied out of Chapter 11 and restructure the company’s management and operations is set to go into effect by June 1, provided all closing conditions have been met.

To bring the deal off, Burkle needed help from two key sources. One was the Teamsters, which represents about 3,300 of Allied’s 5,500 workers. This past February, Teamster local leaders representing car haulers approved the plan, which would protect existing member benefits. The other source was former President Bill Clinton. Since 2002, Clinton has served as a senior adviser to Yucaipa for three of its funds. His function, in the firm’s words, is to “provide counsel” and “participate in events related to the funds and provide advice in the development of potential investments.” Clinton was attracted to Yucaipa because of its reputation for bringing jobs and investment into economically depressed regions of the U.S. More importantly, Burkle long has been a generous donor to the Democratic Party – and one of its most effective fundraisers. Recently, he raised about $2.5 million at his Beverly Hills mansion for the presidential campaign of Bill Clinton’s wife, Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y.

What kind of compensation has Bill Clinton been getting for all this? Mrs. Clinton’s Senate financial-disclosure form, which includes spousal income, reveals her husband in 2005 received “guaranteed” partnership payments from Yucaipa Global Opportunities Fund I LLC of “over $1,000.” That statistic doesn’t reveal a whole lot. But a spokesman for the ex-president indicated that Mr. Clinton owns one-third of fund assets. The two other funds – the Yucaipa American Fund and the Yucaipa Corporate Initiative Fund – aren’t listed on Mrs. Clinton’s disclosure form because Mr. Clinton hasn’t received actual monies from them. Observers say he could make millions from his Yucaipa connection, and thus provide key financing for Hillary.

The Allied deal required special intervention by the former president. Mr. Clinton reportedly brought Burkle and Hoffa together to remove labor-related obstacles. Clinton convinced Hoffa to work with Yucaipa as a union-friendly employer – something Burkle says he could not have pulled off on his own. Clinton, said his spokesman, believes in doing business “in a labor-friendly way.” Burkle took things over from there. Originally, negotiations involved the car-hauler as well as Yucaipa and the Teamsters. But somewhere along the line, Allied fell by the wayside. After Yucaipa bought $100 million of the troubled car hauler’s debt, Allied allowed Yucaipa to stay on in contract concessions with the Teamsters. Talks went on for months, but without progress. “We were getting conflicting proposals from Yucaipa and the company,” says Fred Zuckerman, director of the union’s car-hauling division. “We didn’t know who we were negotiating with.”

In early January of this year, Allied requested that Yucaipa management leave the negotiations. In February, Allied asked the federal bankruptcy court to void its Teamsters’ contract, which would have paved the way for deep wage cuts and a possible strike. That’s when Burkle, waiting in the wings, began negotiating with the Teamsters on his own. This time there was a breakthrough. The resulting reorganization plan contains several key features. First, Allied’s debt, including the portion held by Yucaipa, will be converted into common stock, with shares of the old stock to be cancelled. Current shareholders will not receive any distributions, but will have the option to buy, at a discount, up to 4 percent of the reorganized company’s stock. Second, several key Allied executives, including CEO Hugh Sawyer, will be dismissed. Third, Yucaipa wants to put its own people on the board of directors. In addition to a new CEO, there will be three other replacements, plus a fifth appointed by Allied’s creditor committee. The Teamsters, having observer status, will send a representative to board meetings. Finally, though the union may have grimaced while accepting, the deal calls for an across-the-board 15 percent wage cut in each over the next three years in an amount not to exceed $35 million a year.

Financial observers projected Burkle’s takeover will generate $20.3 million in profits this year, a figure that will rise to $42.2 million in 2008. Allied plans to pay back unsecured creditors, owed $196.9 million, with its new stock. But not everyone was happy with the proposed regime. Among them were two investor groups, Virtus Capital and the aforementioned Hawk Opportunity Fund, who held a combined 8.3 percent of Allied stock. Additionally opposed were three of Allied’s 10 board members, members of the company’s founding Rutland family (which owns about 30 percent of Allied stock), and several dissenting Teamsters. They filed a motion with the bankruptcy court to block the takeover-restructuring deal, a suit that became moot when the court approved the proposal. But the RICO suit, which is entirely separate, remains intact. Hawk Opportunity Fund is accusing Yucaipa of manipulating the deal. The fund says that Yucaipa extended the negotiation period until after Teamster President Hoffa’s re-election victory last November against perennial challenger Tom Leedham, misrepresented Allied’s position as insolvent as a pretext for excluding the company from negotiations, and had a conflict of interest, given that it now was owner of a major competitor in Performance Transportation Services.

Yucaipa believes none of these charges will stand up. The company said that it acted properly to break an “impasse” that could have led to the shutdown of Allied’s operations. Union leadership likewise defends the plan, despite the wage concessions. “The Yucaipa plan is not perfect, but it is the best way to make sure that our members’ futures remain secure,” said the Teamsters’ Zuckerman. The 15 percent wage reduction actually is somewhat smaller than the cut Allied management earlier had proposed. The RICO plaintiff, Hawk, might well accept cash and/or equity from Yucaipa in return for dropping its suit. But one way or another, it’s clear Teamster leaders were party to an unusual business deal. Being a “friend of Bill” has its rewards. (Financial Week, 3/19/07; Los Angeles Times, 4/28/07; Wall Street Journal 5/2/07; Associated Press, 5/14/07; other sources).


34 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 6:52:09 PM by airedale ( XZ)

To: HAL9000
Little Red Riding Hood said "MY! What a big offshore investment portfolio you have!"

...and the Big Bad Bill said, "The better to launder those ugly greenbacks with, my dear..."

35 posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 8:40:32 PM by Smokin' Joe (How often God must weep at humans' folly.)

To: HAL9000

Jesus, Mary, and Joseph...I think I’m gonna throw up :(


36 posted on Friday, June 15, 2007 2:34:30 AM by TheSpottedOwl (Head Caterer for the FIRM)

To: LucyT; Calpernia; DAVEY CROCKETT; FARS; milford421; Founding Father

Bump and Ping.

And how does this fit in?

Clintons sell off stocks:

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/1817890/posts?page=5069#5069


37 posted on Friday, June 15, 2007 9:05:30 PM by nw_arizona_granny (When God spoke to the world, were you listening?)

To: HAL9000

Our Grifter-In-Chief


38 posted on Friday, June 15, 2007 9:07:45 PM by Tall_Texan (Global warming? Hell, in Texas, we just call that "summer".)

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