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Here We Go Again! Rick Koerber's Confidentiality is Violated-- By A Sitting US ATTORNEY, Stewart Young

THE AUDIO IS NOW LIVE..AGAIN
URGENT UPDATE:
BECAUSE OF THIS STORY AND THE AUDIO ASSOCIATED WITH THE COMMENTS OF ATTORNEY STEWART M. YOUNG AT BYU IN UTAH, HE HAS BEEN FORMALLY REMOVED FROM THE RICK KOERBER CASE IN UTAH USA
THERE IS GOING TO BE A BIG LAWSUIT HERE AND JUST THINK, YOUR LOCAL MEDIA IS DOING ALL IT CAN TO SUPPRESS THIS INFORMATION ALONG WITH BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY..... JUST FOLLOW THE FACTS, THE COMMENTS AND THE MONEY. WONDER WHAT RICK KOERBER HAS TO SAY ABOUT THIS. WE WILL POST MORE INFORMATION AS IT BECOMES AVAILABLE.


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Notice:
We have just received a digital audio document from a source that shows just how desperate the United States Government is to convict Rick Koerber and Franklin Squires.  We will present to you a full media release of the full backstory and the the complete conversation by and between third parties to the Koerber Case by one of the CURRENT PROSECUTORS, Stewart Young of Utah.

Stand by my friends, because this tape is going to blow you away.  We thank our sources in advance for having the foresight to record this documentation of prosecutorial abuse.  Its amazing that they could not trust ABC, NBC or CBS.... There is a reason for that.

This will be posted on CNN IReport.


Robert Paisola
CEO
Western Capital Multimedia USA
www.RobertPaisola.com 
THE AUDIO, STORY AND CONTENTS ARE THE PROPERTY OF WESTERN CAPITAL MULTIMEDIA AND PORTIONS OF THE AUDIO ARE THE PROPERTY OF BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY  legal@robertpaisola.com

THE AUDIO FROM AUSA STEWART YOUNG (DOWNLOAD THIS NOW)

http://tinyurl.com/StewartYoungAtBYUServer13


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COMMENT:  5-23-13 Miami
This file has now been collocated on 16 servers around the world. We are posting this as an EDUCATIONAL EXCEPTION TO THE COPYRIGHT. IF ANY ATTEMPT IS MADE TO PULL THIS DOWN AGAIN, WE WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH THE ENTIRE BACKSTORY OF WHERE IT CAME FROM.

COMMENT:  5-21-13 Los Angeles
This is how bad that they do not want you to hear this tape:  We will never quit!
Hello robertpaisola,
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THE ISSUE
On April 18, 2013 Federal Judge Clark Waddoups chastised the government in open court for its repeated misconduct in bringing the case against Utah businessman Rick Koerber.  During that hearing the Judge stated:

"You're still saying you didn't say mother may I.  I want you to go behind that and tell me why that makes one bit of sense under our system and our constitution."  

Further, the Judge repeated, "the government's position doesn't make any sense."  

In retaliation, Assistant United States Attorney Stewart Young recently told a BYU law class that the government's un-constitutional misconduct was acceptable because Koerber, "is a scumbag" and "Judges in our district...are not very hard on white-collar criminals [like Koerber] because they believe that th[ey] are just poor misunderstood Mormon bishops who, just happened to take $100 million."  

Further, AUSA Young lectured the law school students that "Rick Koerber "ran a ponzi-scheme" without disclosing that the case is still pending, the government has been found repeatedly guilty of illicit and unlawful conduct, and that prosecutors have admitted to the judge that they have changed their argument and now don't intend argue that Koerber actually had "any" victims, but instead that if his business continued he might have had victims and thus he should be found guilty.  Young also revealed apparently unsubstantiated government theories regarding Koerber's use of trust funds and financial advisers - none of which have ever been mentioned in the charges Koerber now faces.

Evidently, prosecutors are sore over Judge Waddoups throwing out illicit evidence obtained and used by government prosecutors to secure the original indictment and the fact that he has since begun dismissing additional charges in the now pending 3rd indictment.   Young is also critical in his remarks of the FBI and praises the IRS - apparently a reference to FBI Agent Cameron Saxey and IRS Agent Ron Marker's performance in the Koerber case.  Evidently, the FBI has been less than willing to prosecute Koerber for political reasons.  IRS Agent Marker is the only witness the government could find to testify before the Federal Grand Jury that returned the last indictment of Koerber.  

Finally, during his presentation to the law students, AUSA Young also admits that the federal government has been "bootstrapping" allegations to bring Koerber to trial rather than relying on actual facts and allegations of direct wrong-doing.  

Legal experts consulted by Western Capital suggest that all of Young's comments may also be prosecutor misconduct in direct violation of the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 3.6(a) and 3.8 which reads:  

"A lawyer who is participating or has participated in the investigation or litigation of a matter shall not make [] extrajudicial statement..."

It remains to be seen how Judge Waddoups will react to AUSA Young's vocal contempt and misconduct before law students at Brigham Young University.  Especially in light of the government's pattern of criticism of his decisions.  For example, former US Attorney Tolman's statement to the press that Waddopus has been "inappropriately light" in sentencing certain defendants, such as Susan Russ.  The United States's Attorneys Office has also been critical of Judge Waddoups regarding the Sister Wive's lawsuit, the State / Federal land disputes, and his "astounding" criticism of the federal government and the FBI in an OKC bombing case.  

See recording at:  48:17; 48:42; 57:34; 1:12:36; 1:13:08;  

THE AUDIO FILE LINK
http://tinyurl.com/StewartYoungAtBYUServer13

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