Children's 'Wish' Charity Fights Back Using 'Court of Public Opinion' TV Program and U.S./Canadian News Wire Services to Plead Fraud, Conspiracy and Related Charges Against Canadian Developers
'Wish' Charity Fights Back Using 'Court of Public Opinion' TV Program
and U.S./Canadian News Wire Services to Plead Fraud, Conspiracy and
Related Charges Against Canadian Developers
'Wish' Charity Seeks Justice by Newswire Service; Website also Created
for Monitoring Fraud, Conspiracy Lawsuits Against Canadian Wealth
Developers Theresa Keeping and Dale Merkel
ORANGE COUNTY, Calif.,June 24, 2013/Standard
Newswire/ -- If survival of the children's 'wish' charity you represent
was threatened due to fraud by wealthy Canadian developers, Theresa
Keeping and Dale Merkel, but civil and criminal prosecution is
frustrated by distance and a Canadian border being used as a shield
from civil and criminal prosecution, "What would you do?" "For
starters, I'd tell everybody I could," is what Chuck Foster said he'd
do, Foster being the CEO of the victimized children's 'wish' charity, WishCruise Navy. Visit the www.theresakeepinglawsuit.homestead.com
website, or type "Theresa + Keeping + Dale + Merkel + Lawsuit + Fraud +
Canadian + Developers" on Google, Bing, Yahoo or any major internet
search engine, and it becomes clear that "tell everybody" is exactly
what Foster's doing!
Foster's "tell everybody" commitment began on May 24, 2013, with the filing of a California Superior Court lawsuit.
"It's the first of two actions," explains Foster, with another
separate action to include "embezzlement and conversion" charges to be
filed on behalf of WishCruise Navy, plus WishCruise Pirate Adventures,
Ltd., the charity-supporting management company that Keeping's $1.5MM
"capitalization" funding bought her a 49% equity/partner interest.
In addition to pursuing charges with U.S. and Canadian law
enforcement agencies, Canadian Ministers, Senators, and several
government agencies, Foster's been communicating with businesses and
people that, directly or indirectly, are suspected or known to have
received children's 'wish' charity funds unlawfully taken and used by
Keeping or Merkel for their private Canadian investments, e.g., Ocean
View Estates, Port Harmon Authority, and the company which Keeping and
Merkel held executive management positions, Vinking Marine Enterprises.
Due to Foster's open invitation for "news media vetting," his first
taker is CPC-TV where he'll argue his case on the station's "Court of
Public Opinion" program.