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Case 1:11-cv-08500-JFK Document 1 Filed 11/23/11 Page 62 of 114 129. On or about June 8,2010, KEENAN advised DAL BOSCO directly that his


associate, Mr. Joseph Bendana (hereinafter "Bendana"), an American citizen, would be traveling to Geneva, Switzerland to retrieve the entire DFFI in order that they would be available for their intended purposes. J.


The OITC Cease and Desist Order of June 8, 2010 (the "OITC Order") 130. Oddly, at or about the time that DAL BOSCO was advised by KEENAN that


Bendana would be flying to Geneva to retrieve the DFFI, or on or about June 8, 2010, the OITC "served electronically" a "Cease And Desist" Order (hereinafter, the "OITC Order") purportedly issued by "His Excellency, Dr. Ray C. Dam, International Treasury Controller 10-60847," representing, among other things, that DAM was appointed to that position under United Nations Charter Control No: 10-60847 and UN International Clearing Code: UNRCD-ID006197. The OITC order, among other things, stated that KEENAN, Yamaguchi and Watanabe "together with all associates, colleagues" were to "Cease and Desist" from "attempting to handle various Master Accounts and Assets of the Combined International Collateral Accounts of the Global Debt Facility, which incorporates the Dragon Funds, without any Official Authority or Approval whatsoever; which are legally owned under full Legal International Laws/International Treaty/ Convention Laws, as herein referred, by the aforementioned and referenced International Treasury Controller." (Emphasis added) 131.


Further, the OITC Order, among other things, directed the individuals to


"Immediately Surrender All" certificates, assets, or otherwise held in their possession on or before July 7,2010. 132. On the day after the OITC Order was published, DAL BOSCO, feigning fear,


contacted KEENAN to advise that he had received a copy of the OITC Order by email and asked 59


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