Thursday, June 20, 2013

Patience and perseverance pays off.

It took me nearly four years but I finally was able to nail one of my targets from back when I started this blog.  For those of you who aren't familiar with my story and how we got to where we are today, I'll fill you in.  Years ago, I had no interest in blogging or literally anything related to politics or the goings on over at the state attorneys office or the local PD, that was until a con man named Alex Orriols conducted a fraudulent real estate closing through my wife's law office.  At the time no one in my wife's office had any idea that the closing was bogus, about a year later, the man that had purchased the home in question claimed that his identity was stolen and used to obtain a fraudulent mortgage to purchase the home.  With that revelation, the moron detective that was investigating the case, Jorge Baluja, and this asshat assistant state attorney, Bill Kostrzewski, bought the guys story hook, line and sinker and proceeded to arrest my wife along with the guy who sold the house in question.  I couldn't understand how they went ahead and arrested my wife at the time despite obvious evidence that the man who claimed his identity was stolen was clearly lying and was involved in the fraud.

Regardless, it took two years for my wife to get exonerated and for the state attorneys office to drop all the charges against her.  Even though she was given an apology by the state attorney, it wasn't good enough for me.  I decided that no matter what, I wasn't going to rest until I exacted my revenge on the criminals that put my family through the two years of living hell that we experienced.  After four years or so, I finally nailed the man who recruited the straw buyer that was involved in my wife's case, Alex Orriols.  I originally wrote about him here, where I outlined how he had lied to a detective from the Miami Dade Police Department about one of the straw buyer transactions that he was involved with.  Despite the fact that I basically laid out his entire fraud in that post, I couldn't get a single person from the Miami Dade PD interested in reviewing the case, instead they just let the case sit dormant without lifting a finger.  

With that said, for the last four years, I kept hounding every single law enforcement officer that I could, whether they were from ICE, FBI, the US Marshals service or whatever till I found someone that was interested in taking the case.  Thanks to the hard work of the folks over at Homeland Security and a little help from a friend in the U.S. Marshals service, yesterday we got this...
News Releases
JUNE 19, 2013
4 arrested, charged in $1.5 million bank fraud, money laundering scheme 
MIAMI – Four individuals were arrested Tuesday and charged with various counts of bank fraud, money laundering and wire fraud. The charges resulted from an investigation conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Criminal Investigation, the Florida Department of Insurance Fraud and the Miami-Dade Police Department.
Eduardo Hernandez Jr., 32, of Miami, Alexander Orriols, 43, of Miami Beach, Jose Arias, 50, of Miami, and Milena Hernandez, 30, of Miami, were charged with one count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering.
According to the indictment, the defendants engaged in a bank fraud scheme using straw buyers as loan applicants to obtain loans using false financial information and documentation. To execute the scheme, the defendants allegedly recruited and persuaded individuals to apply for boat loans from companies owned or controlled by the defendants. They would then submit the loan applications to financial institutions. The applications included false information regarding down payments and deposits made to the defendants’ companies.
The defendants also allegedly falsified the straw buyers’ financial records, including IRS W-2 forms. They then submitted these false financial documents to financial institutions. Based on these false documents and misrepresentations, the financial institutions approved and issued loans to the straw buyers.
The indictment also alleges that the defendants paid the straw buyers a portion of the loan proceeds as payment for their service and to cover some of the monthly payments on the loans in order to keep the fraud from being detected. As a result, the defendants diverted the loan proceeds for their personal use and used some of the money to further the fraud scheme.
If convicted, the defendants face possible maximum statutory sentences of 30 years in prison for conspiracy to commit bank fraud and substantive bank fraud; 20 years in prison for money laundering conspiracy, substantive money laundering and wire fraud; and 10 years in prison for substantive money laundering.
FUCK YES!  Just to make sure that I wasn't imagining things, I went over to the federal bureau of prisons website to check whether or not Mr. Orriols was in custody...


NICE!  I hate to gloat at another mans misfortune, but I hope that this mf rots in jail.  Like the title of today's post says, patience and perseverance finally pays off.  Despite not having written about the original cast of characters that were the genisis of this blog, I haven't forgotten about them and I wont till everyone of them is sitting behind bars contemplating how they got there, especially that fat fuck that fled to Panama after I outed him!

23 comments:

  1. Hard to believe!

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  3. FINALLY... Alex Orriols has been arrested!!! He's hurt too many, taken from too many and is nothing less than SCUM!!! As they say in life, "KARMA's A BITCH"!!!!

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  4. Amen, the system does work when a good citizen seeks the truth. Go get everyone of them in civil courts for your suffering and false arrest of your wife.

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  5. “Beware the fury of a patient man.” John Dryden, poet

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  6. What im thinking is will he get off again? Or will these charges stick?

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  7. Finally Justice for all the victims!!

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  8. Guy met bail today so he is out! Prob heading to mwxico!

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  9. I really doubt it. Don't think he's out

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  10. http://www.bop.gov/iloc2/InmateFinderServlet?Transaction=NameSearch&needingMoreList=false&FirstName=alexander+&Middle=&LastName=orriols&Race=U&Sex=U&Age=&x=58&y=22

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  11. Yes He is out! Hopefully The other agencies move fast to arrest him on the other investigations tht are going on before he leaves the country.

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  12. Can some one explain to me how they led some one this dangerous to the public out? I can not belive this.

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  13. I think he is gonna head for Mexico real soon! Everything in this Miami takes to long! Its crazy how they gave him bail!!!!!

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  14. He is naive !! He probably stay's thinking that he is going to get out of this one.

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    1. This guy has priors for grand theft and fraud wat is a realistic amount of jail time that he will get?

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    2. Agreed he thinks he is getting off!

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