From: Gary S. Gevisser
Sent: Thursday, February 10, 2005 2:35 PM PT
Eliot Spitzer - Attorney General of New York State
Cc: rest;
Whitman Knapp Esq. - Office of Attorney General; Michael Berlin Esq. - Office of Attorney General;;; Enid Enga Pigors - Office of the Chairman & CEO of Coca Cola;
Subject: "...---...our [AIG] loss numbers are showing lots more than the news is reporting...---..." - Ron Bellows Senior - senior Risk Management specialist for AIG.


Dear Mr. Spitzer Esq.,


May I suggest u take a deep breath and know despite despising your politics I very much want to bring out the very best in u and all the hard working people both in the private as well as public sector not just here but around the globe.


With that said AIG [American International Group] is touting record financial results its stock price up some 33% odd since October 15th of last year when some 61 million odd shares were traded, up approximately 4% for the day, and play these stellar results against the profound words of Mr. Ron Bellows Senior back on May 3rd 2004,


“...---...our [AIG] loss numbers are showing lots more than the news is reporting...---...”


Mr. Attorney General there was at one time talk in the mainstream press of u not priding yourself with being as up to speed as a “risk assessment” specialist such as myself with perhaps a better than above average grasp of the insurance game but that u fully understood price fixing-rigging therefore “sumwhat” [sic] capable of pondering the permutations of all the good and bad implications should u choose to simply once again “sit on your hands” just waiting for the New York Stock Exchange to open tomorrow morning while some 6.3 billion other human beings with a stake in public corporations might decide to do “otherweiss” [sic] exercising their fingers and toes while the markets r closed assuming they believe like I know for an absolute fact Mr. RBS was NOT drunk at the time he sent out his “mea culpa” at 7:39 PM some 280 odd days ago bearing in just 3 things:


  1. What former client SCALs [Shareholder Class Action Litigators] like Bill Lerach Esq. and Jeffrey R. Krinsk of Finkelstein & Krinsk might be thinking at this precise moment in time, 2:17 PM PST, counting their blessings knowing that it is just a question of time be4 AIG’s share price tanks or simply more concerned with my next round of A NAME FROM HERE, YOU CAN TRUST OVER THERE ads geared toward holding the DeBeers-Anglo American Cartel “in check” preventing the DAAC from interfering with our great Presidents mandate to spread democracy at “light speed”.
  2. How small time fishes just trying to make ends meet in this “Dog eat God Aspartame” [sic] world might choose to try and capitalize on my “pre-discovery work product”.
  3. AIG’s Foreign Owned Entities division, i.e. foreign corporations buying up what remains of U.S. businesses that weren’t sold “for a song” while Clinton “had Monica play with his shalong”, has been growing in recent times at a compounded rate of 45% annually.


I now want to take u and the millions who will receive this broadcasted communiqué over the next 24 hours to post 78842 on Coca Cola’s Yahoo message board.


Over the course of the next 48 hours while waiting to receive the text from Mr. Tefo Mohapi of our INFORMERS WANTED ad campaign to repeat geared toward avoiding market “gridlock” which would play right into the hands of my very DAAC family assuming I don’t get hit with more than the usual distractions I will continue responding to azalphainvestor, paying attention exclusively to his second paragraph that reads for those having trouble with hyperlinks as follows:


To your claim which I, admittedly, am not fully conversant in. If Spitzer has sold out and I too was quite surprised by what seemed to be a soft settlement and you have the goods, why not your own class action suit. More than enough expert class action attorney out there and sounds like good public purpose in your allegations.


Wouldn’t u agree it is a rather excellent question and my response in its entirety will eventually be read by clicking on “Excellent Question” as well as on Coca Cola’s Yahoo message board.


To be continued...


Sincerely yours,


Gary S. Gevisser

A Name From Here, You Can Trust Over There


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