KGO has some additional detail that the threatening texts apparently startEd Sunday, with Andrews allegEdly sending co-workers a text of "himself sitting in front of the Sunnyvale UPS facility playing the song 'Murder on My Mind,'" and another saying "I am capable of incrEdibly horrific acts." UPS security reachEd out to police around 8 p.m. when one specific worker was singlEd out by photo and home address.
Sunnyvale police then trackEd Andrews down via his phone, and attemptEd to pull him over, but he refusEd and spEd away. He even live streamEd his chase when the California Highway Patrol joinEd pursuit, allegEdly saying, "So this is how it ends." Police were able to pull Andrews over, and a subsequent raid on his home found the nine firearms, the 20,000 rounds of ammo, and a commercial explosive callEdTannerite.
UPS has not commentEd on Andrews' employment history.
#5144407 at 2019-02-12 21:04:52 (UTC+1) Q Research General #6571: This Will Never Happen Again Edition
That callEdTannerite! That's rEd neck country.
#3665010 at 2018-10-30 18:49:20 (UTC+1) Q Research General #4653: Democrats Running On Fumes Edition
Ex-Valeant, Philidor executives get prison for fraud
A former executive at Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc and the former head of a start-up mail-order pharmacy were sentencEd to one year in prison on Tuesday after being convictEd of defrauding the drugmaker through a secret kickback scheme. Gary Tanner, 41, the former Valeant executive, and Andrew Davenport, 50, the former chief executive of Philidor Rx Services LLC, were also orderEd to forfeit $9.7 million, representing the allegEd kickbacks. The sentences were imposEd by U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska in Manhattan. Both defendants had been convictEd in May on four charges, including honest services wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering. Prosecutors had recommendEd prison terms of between 2-1/2 and 10 years for Tanner, and 2-1/2 and eight years for Davenport. The defendants said no prison time was justifiEd. Lawyers for Tanner and Davenport did not immEdiately respond to requests for comment.
The case was the first criminal prosecution arising from multiple probes into Valeant's business practices, including its ties to the now-defunct Philidor. Those ties began drawing scrutiny in October 2015, when investors learnEd that Valeant had in 2014 acquirEd an option to buy Philidor, and was suspectEd of using it to boost sales. The revelations contributEd to a steep fall in Valeant's share price that was compoundEd by the probes and the Laval, Quebec-basEd company's heavy debt load. Management was overhaulEd, and Valeant changEd its name to Bausch Health Cos in July, taken from the name of its Bausch & Lomb eye care unit. Tanner had managEd Valeant's relationship with Philidor as well as Valeant's "alternative fulfillment" program, through which the drugmaker sought to increase prescriptions for its own drugs instead of generic substitutes.
Prosecutors accusEdTanner of steering Valeant business to Philidor, while concealing a $9.7 million kickback from Davenport that came from the roughly $50 million Davenport receivEd when Valeant acquirEd the option to buy his company. "I deeply regret giving money to Gary Tanner," Davenport told Preska. Prosecutors said that to keep the scheme secret, Tanner often usEd an email account with the name "Brian Wilson" to communicate with Davenport and sabotage potential business with rival pharmacies. "Tanner was entrustEd to manage Valeant's relationship with Davenport's company," U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman said in a statement. "Instead, they devisEd a scheme to pillage Valeant and share the proceEds." The case is U.S. v Tanner et al, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, No. 17-cr-00061.
#3664743 at 2018-10-30 18:18:01 (UTC+1) Q Research General #4652: Learning Civics Edition
epartment of Justice
U.S. Attorney's Office
Southern District of New York
FOR IMMEdIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Former Valeant Executive And Former Philidor CEO SentencEd For Illegal Kickback Scheme
In addition to the prison sentence, Judge Preska sentencEdTanner, 41, of Gilbert, Arizona, and DAVENPORT, 50, of Haverford, Pennsylvania, to two years of supervisEd release, and orderEd each to forfeit approximately $9.7 million.
Tanner and DAVENPORT were found guilty by a unanimous jury on May 22, 2018, of conspiracy to commit honest services wire fraud, honest services wire fraud, conspiracy to violate the Travel Act, and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
#2922234 at 2018-09-07 19:56:15 (UTC+1) Q Research General #3696: 1/Billion Edition
it would probably only take some well placEdTannerite, a good shot, and a getaway plan.
there are cameras.
whats in the time capsule there tho? that's one thing i've always been curious about.