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TIMOTHY O’BRIEN AND HIS BATTLE WITH PETER KANN

July 21, 2015

TIMOTHY O’BRIEN AND HIS BATTLE WITH PETER KANN

Peter Kann was the Publisher of The Wall Street Journal; Tim O’Brien was an enterprising reporter, who had been provided information about an Italian Mafia scam, which was being perpetrated at the American Stock Exchange.

O’Brien had a source at the AMEX, who linked Al Avasso, a front man for the Italian Mafia, former member of the AMEX, and convicted felon to payoffs to Robert Van Caneghan, a member of the AMEX Board and a confessed serial rapist; Louis Miceli, the most powerful member of the AMEX and with Van Caneghan owner of the eponymous AMEX specialist firm, Miceli-Van Caneghan; and Steven Lister, Senior Vice President of Compliance at the AMEX.

The first article ran on page one of The Wall Street Journal.

The second article never ran because Arthur Levitt, former Chair of the AMEX and then Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission, requested that The Wall Street Journal, which preaches integrity, cover up as a personal favor crime at the AMEX.

Peter Kann quickly assented.  But at the time Kann knew that Robert Van Caneghan had raped his female employees.

Bevis Longstreth, a partner in Debevoise and Plimpton, quickly launched a cover up.  Lewis Lowenfells resigned because he refused to cover up for a series of rapes.

And Tim O’Brien blamed me for his fallout with Peter Kann.

Peter Kann protected Robert Van Caneghan, a serial rapist, as a favor to Arthur Levitt.

I would much rather write about Wall Street corruption, but Carolyn Birden, a scumbag liar, is always defending sex criminals.

Peter Kann was the Publisher of The Wall Street Journal; Tim O’Brien was an enterprising reporter, who had been provided information about an Italian Mafia scam, which was being perpetrated at the American Stock Exchange.

O’Brien had a source at the AMEX, who linked Al Avasso, a front man for the Italian Mafia, former member of the AMEX, and convicted felon to payoffs to Robert Van Caneghan, a member of the AMEX Board and a confessed serial rapist; Louis Miceli, the most powerful member of the AMEX and with Van Caneghan owner of the eponymous AMEX specialist firm, Miceli-Van Caneghan; and Steven Lister, Senior Vice President of Compliance at the AMEX.

The first article ran on page one of The Wall Street Journal.

The second article never ran because Arthur Levitt, former Chair of the AMEX and then Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission, requested that The Wall Street Journal, which preaches integrity, cover up as a personal favor crime at the AMEX.

Peter Kann quickly assented.  But at the time Kann knew that Robert Van Caneghan had raped his female employees.

Bevis Longstreth, a partner in Debevoise and Plimpton, quickly launched a cover up.  Lewis Lowenfells resigned because he refused to cover up for a series of rapes.

And Tim O’Brien blamed me for his fallout with Peter Kann.

Peter Kann protected Robert Van Caneghan, a serial rapist, as a favor to Arthur Levitt.

I would much rather write about Wall Street corruption, but Carolyn Birden, a scumbag liar, is always defending sex criminals.

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