Posts Tagged ‘fraudulent conveyance’

update 2: The Classic Shell Game As Illustrated by Vulcan Capital- ABOVE THE LAW?









So, is the message I am getting, that what an idiot I am to think the law is protection for the more vulnerable among us who are so often taken advantage of? That judges are to halt the unscrupulous is a fairy tale that everyone knows doesn’t happen? That you have to cheat and bully and lie to to make your way in this world, that you must be callous and disregarding of anyone’s rights or interests except your own? Is that the message these men are sending to others? I get only anonymous comments on the blog: people are scared of these guys.

I feel like I’m drilling through a concrete of corruption I had no idea was so wide and deep; apparently I still haven’t come to the end of it. Continuing these machinations only provides even more evidence of how they consider themselves above the law, and a law unto themselves, answerable to no one.





God answers prayer


“He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love”. 1John 4:8

The Word of God is always sown with blood.

“Do you think I cannot now appeal to my Father, and He will at once

send me more than twelve legions of angels?”

Matt. 26:53


“Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it abides alone: but if it die, it bringeth forth much fruit”

John 12:24


“Truth forever on the scaffold, Wrong forever on the throne, – 
Yet that scaffold sways the future, and, behind the dim unknown, – 
Standeth God within the shadow, keeping watch above his own — “

             from  poem The Present Crisis by James Russell Lowell


Paul Allen, Steve Hall, Ross Levinsohn will do anything to avoid a public trial.




 We are demanding a public trial. All their efforts are to bury this and not have their actions exposed.




If you have nothing for which you are willing to die,

you will have nothing for which it is worthwhile to live.


‘Substantial’- Thank you for this opportunity to illustrate, with one new painting a day, what ‘substantial’ means to me…

Quoting Richard Oldenburg, of the Museum of Modern Art in New York,

 in the catalogue of my Dad, William S. Paley’s, collection of paintings, about working with Dad.

“His advice was always an implicit reminder that institutions, like individuals, must have a strict sense of honor.




 Mr. Allen, ‘substantial’ would be the value of my Dad’s paintings on view at the De Young in San Francisco, wouldn’t you say? Just so we’re clear on the terms. For a man worth $14 billion dollars who is not afraid to boast about it, and goes out of his way to show off his knickknacks, I’m sure you can agree that that would be a ‘substantial’ amount.  In that case, we do have a deal.

The trial should be very interesting if it goes forward. All of you have demonstrated, as you have just kept trying to strong arm Kate Paley unrelentingly for going on 5 years, expressing your contempt, exceptionably notable in the 3 days of grueling deposition you put her through, that you go through life without a thought or care for anybody but yourselves, and that you truly believe no one has any worth or value except yourselves. Its been quite remarkable to witness this up close and personal as it were. To be the direct recipient, etc. Who would have thunk it?


Fontain De La Tour


“And he spake a parable unto them, saying,

the ground of a certain rich man brought forth

plentifully; and he thought within himself, saying,

what shall I do, because I have no room where
to bestow my fruits?
And he said, this will I do:
I will pull down my barns, and build greater; and
there will I bestow all my fruits and my goods.
And I will say to my soul, soul, thou hast much
goods laid up for many years; take thine ease,
eat, drink, and be merry.
But God said unto him,
thou fool, this night thy soul shall be required of
thee; then whose shall those things be, which
thou hast provided? So is he that layeth up
treasure for himself, and is not rich toward God.”
 Luke: 12:16-21
I’ll just keep adding one painting a day until you say it’s substantial enough, ok? 

Shall we include the Picasso below, or stop with everything up to the Cezanne above?

Anyway, what ‘substantial’  means to you, and what it s to me, or, what you think I should be grateful to think it means for me, and what it actually does mean for me- well, that’s a lot of supposition.
Thank you for this opportunity to illustrate.

Let’s include the Lautrec, shall we?
Toulouse Lautrec
another Matisse!

TIME TO FACE THE MUSIC: Paul Allen, billionaire showoff, Ross Levinsohn, still pounding us unrelentingly~ the 1% of the 1%





Despite the efforts of Paul Allen’s Vulcan Capital and Ross Levinsohn, most recently of Yahoo’s, efforts to enforce a bankruptcy of a company they own, Radar Networks, and have absorbed into another company, Evri, which they also own, it seems their efforts have only delayed the inevitable. We are awaiting the new trial date. Despite all the defendants considerable attempts to pressure the trustee of the bankruptcy they claim, and their efforts to assert they have the larger claim on the bankruptcy even though they own the company and are far from bankrupt, yet again their schemes are becoming clearer and clearer to all who have been involved in this case.


The years they have stolen, their insistence in accomplishing their fraud despite all evidence exposing their machinations of self serving greed, dishonesty, bullying, and oppression with malice, these men consider themselves a law unto themselves. They have mocked Kate Paley, and her company Worddiamonds LLC, taken hostage her website, ripped it apart to destroy all functionality ‘so [she] would throw more money at it’ [Nova Spivack], unapologetically and unrelentingly. But the scorn they express towards the law and our legal system is growing into its own monument of their attitudes towards the rights of others. Its men like this that erode the common good, that disdain the common man, that destroy the fabric of trust necessary for economic growth and health.


The United States has plenty of enemies around the world. These men, and others like them, are the enemy within.



As of March 2012, Paul Allen’s net worth was approximately 14 billion dollars. The 1% of the 1%. Here you have a problem.

Paul Allen’s yachts Octopus and Tatoosh and his private island and one of many homes, this on Mercer Island- the biggest hoarder in America? How much is enough? Yeah we know, just a little bit more. Shame on you. Call off your dogs Mr. Allen, and face the music.

God loves you. We forgive you. Turn from your sins, and live. In the name of Jesus Christ, be healed! Amen.


will i.p address please discontinue  the thousands of of spam comments and get a life? Thank you.

at the core of Radar Networks




While Steve Hall is orchestrating fraud, he feigns ignorance in correspondence with us

There are more exhibits still under seal in which Steve Hall takes us

to task for implying he is not a man of his word, which we never

implied. However, it turns out otherwise. The fraudulent conveyance

was completed September 15 we later found out, just before this

correspondence was taking place.

All financials that as an investor we of course are entitled to see, were kept from us until after the trial was scheduled to begin, five months ago, when Mr. Hall and Mr. Levinsohn declared bankruptcy for the company they themselves own in order to stop the trial from going forward.

















God Wins! -today’s court ruling

Paley v. Radar Networks


Bankruptcy Court issues order permitting California fraud trial to resume against Ross Levinsohn, Steve Hall, and Nova Spivack. 

On August 10, 2012, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California issued an order permitting plaintiff Kate Paley, daughter of CBS founder William Paley, to pursue causes of action for fraudulent transfer against defendants Ross Levinsohn, Steve Hall, and Nova Spivack, who have been sued in California state court.

This ruling ends a five-month delay that was orchestrated by defendants to avoid a public trial.  On May 3, 2010, Ms. Paley filed a complaint in San Mateo Superior Court, alleging causes of action for fraud, fraudulent conveyance, breach of contract, unfair competition, and related claims.

Named as defendants were Ross Levinsohn (who most recently served as interim CEO of Yahoo!, Inc.), Steve Hall (managing partner of Silicon Valley venture capital firm Vulcan Capital), and Nova Spivack.  Plaintiff Paley was the primary investor in Radar Networks, Inc., a Silicon Valley startup managed by defendants.   Plaintiff contends that defendants mismanaged the company, resulting in its failure and the eventual fraudulent transfer of the company’s assets to another company controlled by Evri, Inc., another company controlled by defendant Hall.

Discovery in the case revealed that Levinsohn had an actual intent to defraud Ms. Paley.  In September 2009, for example, Levinsohn voted in favor of a transaction that converted Ms. Paley, without her consent, from a creditor who was owed over $3 million by Radar to an equity holder .  Levinsohn was told numerous times that converting Ms. Paley’s loan to equity was improper, but this conversion was a first and necessary step to making sure that Ms. Paley could not share any of the proceeds from the fraudulent sale of Radar’s assets to Evri.  Thereafter, in February 2010, as the sole member of Radar’s “Acquisition Committee,” Levinsohn rejected an offer from Intellectual Ventures for more than twice the amount offered by Evri.  Radar’s assets were then sold to Evri, giving defendants control over the assets, proceeds from the assets, and all the while leaving Ms. Paley with nothing from her investment.  This carefully orchestrated scheme forms the basis for the California lawsuit.

In an attempt to avoid trial, defendants filed motions for summary judgment in the California suit, which were denied in February 2012.  The case was set for trial to begin on February 27, 2012; that very day, defendants filed a notice of stay after orchestrating a bankruptcy filing on behalf of Radar Networks.   For months in the bankruptcy suit, defendants attempted to delay the proceedings in order to avoid a public trial.

Following this order by the Bankruptcy Court, Ms. Paley will immediately move the Superior Court to lift its stay and allow trial to resume.  The case is Paley et al v. Radar Networks, Inc. et al, Case No. CIV-494701, currently pending in San Mateo Superior Court in Redwood City, California.

LAW360: Departing Yahoo CEO Could Face Fraud Suit

Departing Yahoo CEO Could Face Radar Fraud Suit

(update: moments ago we were given notice of a new delay- and, so it goes. Should we go public?) Law360, New York (July 16, 2012, 10:22 PM ET) — The trustee overseeing the bankruptcy of Radar Networks Inc. has reached a deal that could allow a fraud suit against outgoing Yahoo Inc. CEO Ross Levinsohn to go forward, according to a stipulation filed Thursday.

Kate Paley, the daughter of the late founder and chairman of CBS William S. Paley, claims that Levinsohn, a Radar director who was Yahoo’s interim CEO until his replacement Monday, and other insiders at Radar transferred about $3 million she lent to the company to another entity.

Her suit, claiming fraud and conversion, was stymied after Radar, a web applications company, filed for bankruptcy, but her lawyer said Thursday in a court filing that the Radar trustee has reached a stipulation that could let her suit go forward.

“The stipulation is in the best interests of the estate and should be approved,” lawyers for Paley and the trustee said in the stipulation. Paley will require court approval if her suit is to ultimately go forward.

Levinsohn, who was Yahoo’s interim CEO until the Yahoo board appointed former Google Inc. executive Marissa Mayer to the job effective Tuesday, would be a key target in the suit.

Paley’s lawyers said that the fraud suit, a state court action in California, is essentially a two-party action between Paley on one side, and Levinsohn, Radar founder Nova Spivack and Evri Inc., which eventually bought it, on the other.

The insiders had been litigating against Paley, but used Radar’s bankruptcy to put off a trial scheduled for February after a partial summary judgment order went against them, according to the motion.

The trustee does not have the resources to pursue the action himself, the stipulation says.

Paley will be responsible for the choosing the lawyers that prosecute the case.

“This agreement will eliminate delay and allow the claims against Levinsohn to proceed to a public trial,” said Trent Freeman, a spokesman for Paley.

Freeman said the defendants are expected to oppose the arrangement in order to delay the trial. A hearing is scheduled for July 27 in California bankruptcy court.

Paley is represented by Katherine D. Ray of Goldberg Stinnett Davis & Linchey PC.

The trustee is represented by Michael A. Issacs of McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP.

Levinsohn is represented by Eric J. Amdursky and Jennifer Taylor of O’Melveny & Myers LLP. Spivack is represented by Jonathan M. Reymann. Radar is represented by John Walshe Murray of Murray & Murray PC. Evri is represented by Stephen C. Willie of Savitt Bruce & Willey LLP.

The case is Paley v. Radar Networks Inc. et al., case number CIV-494701, in the Superior Court of the State of California, County of Mateo.

The case is In re: Radar Networks Inc., case number 11-bk-33990, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

[surprisingly no mention made of Paul Allen’s Vulcan Capital, which orchestrated the fraud and fraudulent conveyance].

This Is Real: Levinsohn of Yahoo, Paul Allen’s Vulcan Capital ruled as Committing Fraud



For over four years the defendants have poured forth their scorn on us, most recently through their attorneys. All their efforts are now simply to draw out the legal proceedings, messing them up with bogus legal acrobatics, wasting not only our time, but the time and expense of the courts. None of this matters to Ross Levinsohn or Paul Allen. Their self interest dictates their actions and code of conduct. This is real, and it is happening now.

These men have stolen and destroyed our life’s work, with nothing but a sneer looking back, the same utter scorn and contempt with which they address the law, as if it were merely a chess game with no basis in reality.

They never thought it would get this far. Everyone else cowers in fear, why aren’t we responding the same way? They thinks its ludicrous that anyone would think they could outspend them, out lawyer them, etc.

Meanwhile, what they don’t realize, is that their usual modus operendi is being displayed for all to one day see. Each tactic to keep covered their actions, to pay off and cleverly jiggle the legal system to be manipulated in their own favor, represents nothing but a classic play by play of the unscrupulous.

Hitler and the Nazi’s unwittingly supplied the careful documentation of their crimes, never realizing it would be the most condemning factor, studied over and analyzed for years- centuries? to come.

(Their attorneys do threaten us concerning what we publish on the blog.)

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