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December 15, 2012


What is not known to the public is that BusinessWeek had contacts with the Russian Mob via two individuals- Gary Weiss, author and favorite of Stephen Shepherd, and Seymour Zucker, Weiss’ senior editor at BusinessWeek and friend of Feivel Gottlieb.  Gottlieb traded the stock frauds of Maier Lehmann.

Feivel Gottlieb, who owned a seat on the American Stock Exchange, earned millions in the stock frauds of Maier Lehmann. These stock frauds were run by members of the Orthodox Jewish synagogue, Aish Kodesh. Gottlieb provided information to stocks and options, to Seymour Zucker so that Zucker could increase his income.

When I was at the American Stock Exchange, I cleared my trades through Wagner Stott. Many friends of Gottlieb processed their trades through Wagner Stott. These individuals, Gene Vorhand, Ashley Nemeroff, Walter Eisenberg, etc. praised Gottlieb’s ability to make money in these stock frauds.

Then there came an embarrassing turn of events. In October 1999 Maier Lehmann and Al Chalem were murdered in New Jersey. Gary Weiss and Seymour Zucker rushed to blame goyim, in this instance the Italian Mafia, for these murders. But both Weiss and Zucker knew that the Russian Mob had perpetrated these murders. Gottlieb had provided information to  his friends about the murders and who had murdered them.

But then later there came payback. Gene Marcial wrote a column praising EnzoBiochem. This information was passed to the members of Aish Kodesh. Millions were earned.

And there was no investigation by the FBI on this insider trading.


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