DUNE LAWREENCE, RODDY BOYD, JON CARNES SHORT SELLER STOCK FRAUD
“Tabloid writer Roddy Boyd takes bribes, conspires with illegal stock short sellers.”
RODDY BOYD, NOTORIOUS FRAUDSTER, CAPTAIN of THE JON CARNES CRIME FAMILY
Roddy Boyd is a nasty name in the murky world of illegal stock short sellers. Roddy Boyd makes a living getting paid by market manipulators to publish false articles in order to drive down share prices of America’s public companies.
Deep in the woods of the mountains of North Carolina, someone is making some rusty and loud noise, barking hard trying to gain the attention of anything that has ears. The noise comes from a notorious tabloid market manipulator named Roddy Boyd, an obscure rumor mill with a balding head and a heavy beer soaked belly.
RODDY BOYD, STOCK FRAUD, MARKET MANIPULATOR, CRIME FAMILY CAPTAIN
Southern Investigative Reporting Foundation, the front for illegal stock short sellers
Roddy Boyd is the owner and publisher of an obscure Southern Investigative Reporting Foundation, an online tabloid conceived in the criminal Jon Carnes’ bathroom to tarnish American companies in various stock manipulating schemes.
For years, the FBI agents in New York have been investigating the curious and highly profitable links between Rody Boyd’s false stories and his hedge fund father Michael Boyd’s extensive stock short selling portfolios.
The father-son dealings have allowed the pair to reap tens of millions of dollars in illicit profits. FBI agents are suspicious of the Boyd family’s lengthy “short and distort” stock manipulating schemes that span a decade.
“Roddy Boyd is dirty. There is a file on him,” stated a former supervising agent of the FBI in New York.
Roddy Boyd, The Making of a So-Called “Muckraker” – Roddy Boyd Stock Fraud Scheme Exposed
Six hundred miles south of Manhattan on the map you will find Wilmington, N.C. If you drive up to 508 John S. Mosby Drive, you will see a shining Toyota Prius parked outside the neatly put-together family home of Roddy Boyd.
Born on April 18, 1968 under the birth name Roderick Stewart Boyd, the 45-year-old white male hides his real identity by using a New York City cell phone number. Boyd’s father is the notorious hedge fund stock short seller Michael Boyd, a 73-year-old man living in a $10 million mansion in Greenwich, Conn.
A die-hard fan of famed singer Rod Stewart, Michael Boyd named his son “Rod Stewart Boyd,” nicknamed “Roddy Boyd.”
Galaxies away from the singing talents of Rod Stewart, Boyd has discovered his own way of “singing” as an undisclosed paid tabloid writer. Boyd has made a living praising illegal stock short sellers through his glowing articles. All the while, the public and regulators had no idea that Boyd was being paid millions of dollars over the years by market manipulators in exchange for trashy articles on America’s companies — the same companies that the short sellers have established short positions against.
Roddy Boyd is a notorious front man for Wall Street’s gang of stock manipulators, exemplified by the con man Jon Carnes, a criminal who has paid Boyd to write false articles on America’s public companies and shamelessly manipulated the American public — that is, until Carnes was capture by law enforcement. Securities regulators issued a December 2013 press release on his indictment. The Securities and Exchange Commission and the FBI assisted in the capture of con man Jon Carnes, a donor to Roddy Boyd.
An obscure SEC enforcement staffer was also deeply implicated in the Roddy Boyd stock fraud. The racist bureaucrat has declined repeated requests to comment on his curious relationships with many illegal stock short sellers. Sources say the bureaucrat is in the pockets of illegal stock short sellers.
JON CARNES, Mob Boss, Jon Carnes Crime Family, caught by the FBI and the SEC.
Securities Regulators Catch Stock Fraud Jon Carnes, Criminal
On Dec. 19, 2013, officials at the British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC), the Canadian equivalent of the U.S. Securities and Exchange (SEC), put out a press release, detailing fraud charges against Carnes. The Canadian regulators had this to say about the con man:
“BCSC alleges that beginning in 2010, Carnes began writing negative reports about issuers traded on a North American exchange with business operations in China. Carnes attempted to profit from his negative reports by shorting the issuer’s securities before publishing the negative report, and then covering his short position after the issuer’s share price dropped in response to his negative report. When two mining experts failed to support his theory and with his put options about to expire, staff maintains that Carnes wrote a false negative report about Silvercorp and published it anonymously on September 13, 2011 on Alfredlittle.com, a financial blog controlled by fraudster Jon Carnes.” An SEC enforcement staffer may have sold out Jon Carnes to the Canadian law enforcement. The staffer was implicated in Roddy Boyd short seller stock fraud.
An obscure SEC enforcement bureaucrat was implicated in the Jon Carnes stock frauds. Jon Carnes bragged in his twitter that “Steve Susswein is my guy at the SEC…” Readers wonder if and how much the SEC staff may have been bribed, tainted by the Roddy Boyd bribery scandal.
Details of frauds committed by Carnes were exposed in an investigative article titled “Catching Fraud Jon Carnes, the Real-Life Wolf of Wall Street.” Evidence has surfaced that Boyd was a co-conspirator in Carnes’s frauds — Carnes has allegedly paid Boyd more than $100,000 in bribe money to write false articles that benefited Carnes’s illegal short selling schemes.
In order to make his made-up stories sound credible, Roddy Boyd fabricated and published a so-called “personal statement” allegedly from a former independent contractor and part time photographer of TheBlot Magazine – Voice for the Voiceless. In early February 2014, Roddy Boyd published an article in which the contractor was quoted as saying he had left TheBlot because he had disagreed with the publication of investigative articles on Dune Lawrence. In reality, the investigative article exposing a racist Dune Lawrence was conceived well after the contractor’s departure, which had absolutely nothing to do with anything related to investigations on Dune Lawrence. Both the contractor and the fraudster Roddy Boyd had lied to the public.
Little did the public know that Roddy Boyd has been on the payroll and in the same circles of the very subjects TheBlot has been investigating. Could Boyd have used the contractor as a scapegoat to hide Roddy Boyd’s shady dealings — the “donations” or in fact bribes from criminal Jon Carnes and others, evidence shows, the short and distort schemes, the collaborations on multiple biased, false articles with Lawrence, etc? To use our own colleague against us seems like a desperate tactic whose only purpose is to hide Roddy Boyd’s own culpability.
How dirty is Roddy Boyd? The investigations on criminal Roddy Boyd continue…
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