CIVMSC99-03596 - FANG VS TRUBRIDGE






Name:GAGEN, MCCOY, MCMAHON & ARMSTRONG
Address:279 FRONT ST
P.O. BOX 218
City, State, Zip:DANVILLE, CA 94526-0218
Phone:(925) 837-0585

Case CIVMSC99-03596 - FANG VS TRUBRIDGE 

Complaint Number:1
Complaint Type:COMPLAINT
Filing Date:09/17/1999
Complaint Status:DISMISS W/O PREJ. 10/27/1999
Party NumberParty TypeParty NameAttorneyParty Status
PLAINTIFF KIM FANG  GAGEN, MCCOY, MCMAHON & ARMSTRONG DISMISSAL WITHOUT PREJUDICE 10/27/1999 
DEFENDANT SARA TRUBRIDGE  Unrepresented DISMISSAL WITHOUT PREJUDICE 10/27/1999


Case CIVMSC99-03596 - FANG VS TRUBRIDGE 

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Obit: David Robert Ruenzel

Connecting Success Factors to Bennett

The Dubious Phone Call and Time Wasting Project
The folks at TPG will have to answer to my Whistleblower Complaints on the truly odd collection of RFPs emanating from companies connected to Richard Blum, William McGlashan, CBRE, Regency Centers, Trammel Crow, Lennar, Catellus.

My story is about witness murders, private equity, mergers and acquisitions linked back to the Matter of Bennett v. Southern Pacific lost in 1989. It was a winnable case as long the witnesses testified.
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Writer-teacher slain in Oakland park where he loved to hike

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Photo: Courtesy Of Nancy Ruenzel
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David Ruenzel
A 60-year-old man found shot to death in the Huckleberry Botanic Regional Preserve was a longtime writer, editor and English teacher who loved to hike in the Oakland hills park, his wife said Wednesday.
David Robert Ruenzel of Oakland was found on a park trail by a woman who had reported hearing gunshots about 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to the East Bay Regional Park Police Department. Investigators said they were looking into whether Ruenzel had been killed during a robbery.

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Ruenzel’s family said he often visited and hiked in the small preserve on Skyline Boulevard, just south of Elverton Drive.
“We’re just in an absolute state of shock,” said his wife, Nancy.
David Ruenzel taught English and journalism for more than a decade at the Athenian School in Danville. He was also an award-winning writer and editor at Teacher Magazine.
“He was an affable man,” said David Smock, a former colleague at Athenian. “He cared a lot about educational issues and his students.”
Most recently, Ruenzel worked at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which issued a statement Wednesday calling him “a beloved educator, talented writer and valued partner in our work. He will be missed greatly.”
Ruenzel was shot at least twice, apparently where he was found, said park police. Officers found shell casings at the scene.
No arrests have been made, but police said witnesses had seen two men on the trail just before three gunshots rang out. Police said the two were “persons of interest.”
One was described as a black or of mixed race, in his late 20s or early 30s, thin, with dreadlocks, high cheekbones and a narrow face, wearing dark clothes.
The second was an “out of shape” black man, 6 feet tall and 240 pounds, clean-shaven and with short hair, wearing dark clothes and a black backpack, police said. Investigators said he was described as “overly friendly.”
staff writer Henry K. Lee contributed to this report.
Kurtis Alexander is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. E-mail: kalexander@sfchronicle.com Twitter: @kurtisalexander



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The Virus Files - earlier version of my long running allegations on bacterial warfare in your backyard.

Connecting Bacteria Cases to the Suicide of Jamey Sheets.  

The Dubious Phone Call and Time Wasting Project
The folks at TPG will have to answer to my Whistleblower Complaints on the truly odd collection of RFPs emanating from companies connected to Richard Blum, William McGlashan, CBRE, Regency Centers, Trammel Crow, Lennar, Catellus.

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The Drugging of Pete Bennett and others - How operatives frame their marks

Connecting Success Factors to Bennett

The Dubious Phone Call and Time Wasting Project
The folks at TPG will have to answer to my Whistleblower Complaints on the truly odd collection of RFPs emanating from companies connected to Richard Blum, William McGlashan, CBRE, Regency Centers, Trammel Crow, Lennar, Catellus.

My story is about witness murders, private equity, mergers and acquisitions linked back to the Matter of Bennett v. Southern Pacific lost in 1989.  It was a winnable case as long the witnesses testified.  
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The Doc's Pharmacy Murder Case was dry run for Anthrax - Ask Fremont Group Attorney Rick Kopf

The Doc's Pharmacy Murder Case

The Deliberately Overlooked Local Connections to the Anthrax Investigation.

Steve Burd was CEO in charge of Safeway Stores

How does a Pharmacist get hired while simultaneously involved in Quasi Murder Investigation to be hired at the Safeway at 600 S. Broadway Walnut Creek Not many Safeway Pharmacists commit suicide with over 25 Morphine patches plus let me know if you can any shred of Mr. Sheets death records.  

Read about how Contra Costa Disctrict Attorney Mark Peterson was convicted, removed from office connects to former Southern Pacific Attorney Rick Kopf who moved to Fremont Group.  Learn about the Bin Laden and President Bush connection to 9/11.

This story begs for a DEA Records Review of their pharmacy procedures as the Strack Family of Springville Utah are distant nephews of Pete Bennett who allegations of drugging were repeatedly ignored by Contra Costa Law Enforcement.   









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SHEETS, JAMES


DEFENDANT


MORTAROTTI VS DOC'S PHARMACY


PRODUCT LIABILITY



CIVMSC01-02418



06/19/2001


SHEETS, JAMEY


DEFENDANT


MORTAROTTI VS DOC'S PHARMACY


PRODUCT LIABILITY



CIVMSC01-02418



06/19/2001


SHEETS, JAMEY PHILLIP


DEFENDANT


MORTAROTTI VS DOC'S PHARMACY


PRODUCT LIABILITY



CIVMSC01-02418



06/19/2001


SHEETS, JAMES


DEFENDANT


WRIGHT VS DOC'S PHARMACY


PRODUCT LIABILITY



CIVMSC01-04172



10/17/2001


SHEETS, JAMEY


DEFENDANT


GATTI VS DOCS PHARMACY


PRODUCT LIABILITY



CIVMSC01-04992



12/07/2001


SHEETS, JAMEY PHILLIP


DEFENDANT


ABRUZZINI VS. DOC'S PHARMACY


PRODUCT LIABILITY



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The CEO of TPG Growth Gets Arrested for Bribery Pete Bennett gets to ask long overdue questions about his former teammate

Fresenius Kabi acquires Fenwal Holdings, Inc.

The Dubious Phone Call and Time Wasting Project
The folks at TPG will have to answer my questions about their relationship with Fresenius relavant to the kidney failure event of Pete Bennett that nearly claimed his life on November 26, 2005.








My story is about witness murders, private equity, mergers and acquisitions linked back to the Matter of Bennett v. Southern Pacific lost in 1989.  It was a winnable case as long the witnesses testified.  
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Fresenius Kabi has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Fenwal Holdings, Inc., a leading U.S.-based provider of transfusion technology products for blood collection, separation and processing, from TPG and Maverick Capital.

The acquisition marks another major step in Fresenius Kabi's growth strategy. The company had announced previously that expanding its medical devices/transfusion technology segment is a priority. Fresenius Kabi will now become a global leader in transfusion technology.

In 2011, Fenwal had sales of US$614 million with an adjusted EBITDA of US$90 million. The company, with about 4,900 employees worldwide, runs a state-of-the-art R&D center and operates five manufacturing facilities.

Ulf Mark Schneider, CEO of Fresenius, said: "Acquiring Fenwal is a unique opportunity to significantly expand Fresenius Kabi's medical devices/transfusion technology segment. In addition, Fresenius Kabi will benefit from a more balanced product portfolio. Fenwal gives Fresenius Kabi broader access to the U.S. transfusion technology market and adds new momentum to building a global market presence in this segment."

"The products, services, technologies and cultures of both companies fit extremely well together," said Ron Labrum, Fenwal president and chief executive officer. "We are committed to assuring a smooth integration with Fresenius Kabi and to bring our customers even more value as a result of this unique combination."

The two companies' business activities perfectly complement each other: Fenwal holds an excellent position in the market for automated blood collection devices, while Fresenius Kabi is a major supplier of blood bags and filters used for manual blood collection. Combining the two businesses will lead to the most comprehensive product portfolio in transfusion medicine.

In addition, the acquisition will enhance Fresenius Kabi's geographical presence. Fenwal, headquartered in Lake Zurich, Illinois, generates more than half its sales in the United States, where its infrastructure will serve as a platform for further growth opportunities for Fresenius Kabi. Vice versa, Fresenius Kabi's international network will expand Fenwal's global product reach. Significant potential for revenue and cost synergies will be created.

Around the world, approximately 92 million whole blood donations are collected annually*. The transfusion technology market is mainly driven by demographic developments and the growing demand for products for automated blood component processing. In addition, the increasing demand in emerging markets will lead to further growth in this product segment.

Financial terms were not disclosed. The transaction will be financed initially from existing funds, whereas the enterprise value does not exceed the proceeds of the May 2012 capital increase. Irrespective of acquiring Fenwal, Fresenius continues to assess its options for an acquisition of Rhön-Klinikum AG.

The transaction is subject to the necessary regulatory approvals by the relevant antitrust authorities, and is expected to close at the end of 2012.


Telephone Conference
A telephone conference will be held at 2.30 p.m. CEST on Monday, July 23, 2012. All investors are cordially invited to follow the conference call in a live broadcast via the Internet at www.fresenius.com, Investor Relations, Presentations. Following the call, a replay will be available on our website.
Automated and manual blood collection Automated technology allows blood to be automatically separated into its therapeutic components, collecting only what is needed from donors — red blood cells, platelets, plasma, or therapeutic proteins. This enables blood centers to optimize each donation, limits further processing steps, and helps to ensure the right blood components are available in hospitals to meet patient needs.
During a manual blood collection the blood is collected from a donor and manually processed in a laboratory into its therapeutic components.
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Connecting Pete Bennett to Tom Ko former Fresenius Project Manager sudden death over ten years ago. He played soccer with Pete Bennett resident of Walnut Creek who was 500 feet from a shooting on Sunday March 24th, 2019.

Connecting Pete Bennett to Tom Ko former Fresenius Project Manager sudden death over ten years ago.  He played soccer with Pete Bennett resident of Walnut Creek who was 500 feet from a shooting on Sunday March 24th, 2019. 

After many beatings, medical events hurled upon me I just started taking videos and pictures.
Part of this is about my friend and soccer buddy
who worked for Fresenious. 
He dropped dead -
we played together for over ten years
The wife of another team member
just days after year end pizza
Died of Cancer
So damn weird and all too common. 

The Dubious Phone Call and Time Wasting Project

The folks at TPG will have to answer to my Whistleblower Complaints on the truly odd collection of RFPs emanating from companies connected to Richard Blum, William McGlashan, CBRE, Regency Centers, Trammell Crow, Lennar, Catellus.

In 2014 Pete Bennett begged for help due to the ongoing murders near him and was rewarded with the murders of the Strack Family who are one degree away from being relatives.



This man nearly died in the County Hospital of kidney failure in 2005, fever pushing 104 to 105, some dude shows up takes my vitals while I lay dying the ER. Suddenly after more than 12 grueling hours of vomitting, shaking, gagging and convulsions Pete Bennett suddenly comes around. In 2004, he was nearly beaten to death, before that his F-250 rigged for arson nearly killed him, before that his ABS failed on his Ford Explorer. His Ford vehicles were serviced at Walnut Creek Ford. Bennett visited walnutcreekford.com during late 2018 asking for his service records. Suddenly during the request the phone rings before the manager could deliver the records then suddenly the records for vehicle purchases, service records on at least five Ford Vehicles vanished.

He is connected to multiple arson victims as well as multitime arson victim with fires at 417 Park Ave New York, NY, Mountain Lakes NY, SW Florida, Contra Costa County and he even runs a blog called theSerialArsonist.com currently posted to theserialarsonist.blogspot.com and he knows a fireman that died when his tractor rolled over him.

His soccer pal Tom Ko died suddenly in the early 2000s, he was employed Fresenious and he knows three kidney transplants, plus knows several that have died from kidney failure.

Failure to fail is not an option but failure to listen and act is a bigger failure.

My story is about witness murders, private equity, mergers and acquisitions linked back to the Matter of Bennett v. Southern Pacific lost in 1989.  It was a winnable case as long the witnesses testified.  
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Jul 20, 2012 - Fresenius Kabi has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Fenwal Holdings, ... separation and processing, from TPG and Maverick Capital.











Department of Justice
U.S. Attorney’s Office
District of Massachusetts

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, March 29, 2019

Fresenius Medical Care Agrees to Pay $231 Million to Resolve Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Charges

BOSTON – Fresenius Medical Care AG & Co. KGaA (Fresenius), a German-based provider of medical products and services, has agreed to pay approximately $231 million to resolve the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) investigation into violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) in connection with Fresenius’s participation in various corrupt schemes to obtain business in multiple countries.
“Bribery, in all forms, is corrosive and illegal,” said United States Attorney Andrew E. Lelling of the District of Massachusetts. “As today’s announcement makes clear, this Office will continue its long tradition of aggressively investigating companies and individuals who use bribes and kickbacks to gain an unfair and illicit business advantage, or who deliberately turn a blind eye to that conduct.”
“Fresenius doled out millions of dollars in bribes across the globe to gain a competitive advantage in the medical services industry, profiting to the tune of over $140 million,” said Assistant Attorney General Benczkowski.  “Today’s resolution, under which Fresenius has agreed to retain an independent compliance monitor for at least two years, reflects the Department’s firm commitment to both rooting out bribery and promoting the kind of effective corporate compliance programs that will prevent misconduct going forward.”
“This case shows the continued commitment of the FBI and our partners to investigate bribery and corruption worldwide,” said FBI Assistant Director Robert Johnson.  “The FBI's dedicated International Corruption Squads across the United States will continue to combat foreign corruption that reaches our shores and send a strong message that, no matter how long it takes, we will not wane in our efforts to uphold the law.”
“This case shows the FBI will hold accountable those who treat corruption as the cost of doing business,” said Joseph R. Bonavolonta, Special Agent in Charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Boston Field Division. “Fresenius’s admissions are incredibly concerning because no company should break the law by paying-off international partners to obtain or retain business.  We will continue to work with our law enforcement partners to root out corrupt schemes and ensure they do not become common practice at the expense of other hard-working businesses.”  
According to Fresenius’s admissions, between 2007 and 2016, the company paid bribes to publicly-employed health and/or government officials to obtain or retain business in Angola and Saudi Arabia.  In Angola and Saudi Arabia, as well as in Morocco, Spain, Turkey, and countries in West Africa, Fresenius knowingly failed to implement reasonable internal accounting controls over financial transactions, and failed to maintain books and records that accurately and fairly reflected the transactions.
In Angola, Fresenius offered or provided bribes to an Angolan military health officer and his family, as well as prominent Angolan government-employed nephrologists.  Specifically, Fresenius offered these individuals shares in a joint venture, storage contracts, and consultancy agreements, all for the purpose of securing an improper advantage and assisting Fresenius with obtaining and retaining business in Angola.
In Saudi Arabia, Fresenius employed a check cashing scheme, entered into sham consulting and commission agreements for which no services were ever performed, entered into fake collection commission agreements, made payments to a government charity, gave gifts, and made payments for travel with no business or educational justification, the company admitted.
In Morocco, Fresenius paid bribes to a Moroccan state official for the purpose of obtaining contracts to develop kidney dialysis centers at Moroccan state-owned military hospitals.
In Spain, Fresenius entered into fake consulting agreements with publicly-employed doctors or professionals who could influence or provide information about public tenders, gave gifts or provided other benefits such as travel to medical conferences, and made donations to fund projects for the doctors.
In Turkey, Fresenius entered into joint ventures with publicly-employed doctors in exchange for those doctors directing business from their public employer to Fresenius Turkey clinics.
In West Africa, Fresenius paid bribes to publicly-employed health officials in various countries, including Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, the Ivory Coast, Niger, Gabon, Chad, and Senegal. Fresenius paid these bribes through a combination of direct payments, payments made through third parties, and payments through a third-party distributorship, all to obtain and retain business in those countries. 
In total, Fresenius earned more than $140 million in profits from the corrupt schemes.
To resolve the case, Fresenius entered into a non-prosecution agreement (NPA) with DOJ and agreed to pay a total criminal penalty of $84,715,273. As part of the NPA, Fresenius also agreed to continue to cooperate with DOJ’s investigation, enhance its compliance program, implement rigorous internal controls, and retain an independent corporate compliance monitor for at least two years.
DOJ reached this resolution based on a number of factors. Notably, although Fresenius voluntarily self-disclosed the misconduct in April 2012, the company did not timely respond to certain requests by the DOJ and, at times, did not provide fulsome responses to requests for information. In addition, misconduct occurred in 13 countries, yielded profits of more than $140 million, and continued in certain countries until 2016, and the company has not yet had the opportunity to test the effectiveness of its compliance enhancements. Therefore, the company did not qualify for a declination under the Corporate Enforcement Policy, and instead received a discount of 40 percent below the low end of the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines fine range, and an independent compliance monitor for a term of two years, followed by an additional year of self-reporting to the DOJ.
Fresenius settled a related FCPA matter with the SEC today and will pay $147 million in disgorgement and prejudgment interest to the SEC, which the DOJ credited in its resolution, bringing the total monetary amount to over $231 million.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Jordi de Llano of the District of Massachusetts and Trial Attorneys Paul A. Hayden and Sonali D. Patel of the Department’s Criminal Division’s Fraud Section are prosecuting this matter. The Department appreciates the significant cooperation and assistance provided by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in this matter. 
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Connecting Pete Bennett to Success Factors,Cushman & Wakefield, Silver Lake Partners, Blackhawk Networks, Wells Fargo, Safeway, AB Acquisistion, Albertsons, Southern Pacific, SFPP, Kinder Morgan, San Bruno, Metcalf Sniper Attack, Paradise #campfire Sniper Attack,

Connecting Pete Bennett to Success Factors,Cushman & Wakefield, Silver Lake Partners, Blackhawk Networks, Wells Fargo, Safeway, AB Acquisistion, Albertsons, Southern Pacific, SFPP, Kinder Morgan, San Bruno, Metcalf Sniper Attack, Paradise #campfire Sniper Attack, 

The Dubious Phone Call and Time Wasting Project
The folks at TPG will have to answer to my Whistleblower Complaints on the truly odd collection of RFPs emanating from companies connected to Richard Blum, William McGlashan, CBRE, Regency Centers, Trammell Crow, Lennar, Catellus,

From there I intend to connect the following NTSB investigations into a linear argument of international, domestic and economic terrorism.

Air: TWA-800, Lockerbie, Miracle on the Hudson, Peter Branagh, Erik Nunn, Scott Shepherd, AAA Surveilance and Matt Moody, James Dwullet, Renato Simone, Edward Simone, James Graham (Sun Valley Mall, Bill Graham,
Pipelines: PG&E San Bruno, PG&E Fresno
Wildfires: Napa, Sonoma, Lake, Yolo, El Dorado, Butte, Shasta, Mendocino, Santa Cruz, Contra Costa, Marin, Trinty, Santa Barbara, Santa Ana,

Murders: Walter Little, Julie Strack, Adam Buchanan, The Strack Family, Alicia Driscoll, Rylan Fuchs, Oscar Grant, Johntue Caldwell, Eustacio Torres, Catalina Torres, Elizabeth Torres,

Officers: Det. Ray Giacomelli,Sgt. Paul Starzyck, CHP Officer Kenyon Youngstrom, OPD Erv Romans, Sgt. Scott Lunger, Robert Seymour, Craig Wilson, Police Officer William K. Zink,

Lynchings/Hate Crimes: TanJah Poe, Timothy Lee, Timothy Mitchell, Jason Amen Watts, Emmon Bodfish,

My story is about witness murders, private equity, mergers and acquisitions linked back to the Matter of Bennett v. Southern Pacific lost in 1989.  It was a winnable case as long the witnesses testified.  
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*Fully Realized Investment
TPG PORTFOLIO COMPANIES
TPG ART
Advantek Waste Management  Services LLC
Ambar
Anuvia Plant Nutrients
ChemEOR
Concentric (formerly Inocucor)
Empower Micro Systems
Mercatus
Origo (formerly EBES)
ReGen Holdings
Solinftec
TPG CAPITAL ASIA
8990 Holdings, Inc.
AIT*
Alinta*
Asciano*
Asia Netcom*
Asiacontent*
Avon Japan*
BTPN*
China Concepts*
China Grand Auto*
CICC
CIMB*
Comtec Solar*
Cushman & Wakefield
Daphne
Delta Dunia
Du Xaioman
Five Star Business Finance Ltd.
Formosa Hotels (China FIH)*
Greencross II
Greenway Energy*
Hanaro Telecom*
Hangzhou Kangji Medical
HCP Packaging*
Healthscope (BL)*
Healthscope Swap*
Hi-China*
iAsiaWorks*
ICT Services (ICJSI)*
Indomaret
Ingham’s
Janalakshmi Financial Services
Japan Telecom*
Jaywalk Studio
Jetanin
Joint Corp*
Kakao Mobility
Kerry Properties*
KFB*
Lenovo*
Li Ning*
Livedoor*
Manipal Health
Matrix/Mylan*
MDC Group*
Mobike*
Myer*
North Dragon*
NorthStar
Northstar II
Novotech
Nox Corporation
PAMEL/Apollo
Parkway Debt Financing*
Pathology Asia Holdings
Phoenix Satellite
PPC
Prime@net*
Project Hostel
Project Prosperity
PropertyGuru
PT BFI Finance
Raffles*
RR Kabel
Sai Life Sciences
Sanyo*
Shenzhen Development Bank*
Shriram Capital
Shriram City Union*
Shriram Properties
Shriram Transport*
Taishin*
TE Asia Healthcare
Tiger Airways*
TOMY*
Union Bank of Colombo
United Family Healthcare
UniTrust Finance*
UTAC
Vietnam Australia International
 School
Vishal Megamart*
WTT
Wumart*
Xinyuan Real Estate
Xuzhou VV (Zoom)*
Zoom Networks*
TPG BIOTECH
Acumen
Adynxx
Aerie*
AgraQuest*
Albireo
Alder BioPharmaceuticals
Alphabet Energy
Amyris
Anaborex*
Avalyn Pharmaceuticals
Avidity*
Avidia*
Azura Opthalmics
Beta Renewables
BioCryst*
CardioDx*
Cardiovascular Systems*
CareDx*
CARISMA Therapeutics
Collegium
Conventus*
DNANexus
Draths*
Edev*
Elevation
Enlibrium
Engage Therapeutics
Entasis Therapeutics
Epirus
Five Prime*
Flexion Therapeutics
FoldRx*
Fusion Pharmaceuticals
Galleon Pharmaceuticals*
Genomatica
Genomic Health*
Halo Neuro, Inc.


JCR*
Karos
Kemia*
*Fully Realized Investment
TPG PORTFOLIO COMPANIES
Lagunita Biosciences
MacroGenics*
Moksha8*
Nodality*
NovaSom
Nutrinia Limited
Otonomy
PatientSafe
Progyny
ProteoGenix*
Rapid Micro Biosystems
Roka
Satsuma Pharmaceuticals
Specialty Pharmaco (Cymbalta)*
Tandem Diabetes
Trevi Therapeutics
Ultragenyx*
Unchained Labs
Veracyte
Vibrynt*
ViroBay
VLST*
Wil Research*
TPG CAPITAL
3 Day Blinds*
Adare Pharmaceuticals
Advent Software*
Aerfi*
Africa Internet Ventures
Aleris*
Allied Waste Industries*
Alltel*
American Beacon*
American Tire Distributors
Amneal Pharmaceuticals
Anastasia Beverly Hills
Aptalis Pharma*
Aptina*
Arden*
Aristos Logic*
Armstrong*
ATG*
AV Homes
Avaya*
Axip Energy Services (BL)*
Axip Energy Services
Bally*
Banco Alianza*
Beaver-Visitec International
Beckman Coulter*
Belden & Blake*
Beringer*
Beta Renewables
Biomet*
Blue Kite*
Burger King*
Business Objects*
Caesars
Cafe Valley (Diamond Brands)*
Catellus
CCC Information Services*
Celerity*
Chesapeake Energy*
Chobani*
Cirque du Soleil
Citibank Debt*
Clear Channel Communications*
Community Education Centers*
Continental*
Convergent*
Copano*
Creative Artists Agency
Crestwood
Debenhams*
Decision Insight*
Del Monte*
Denbury*
Differentis*
Direct General*
Ducati*
Education Media*
Ellucian
Endo International pic  (Par Pharmaceuticals)
Endurance*
Energy Future Holdings*
EnLink Midstream
Enlivant
EnvisionRX*
Eutelsat*
Everbank*
Exactech
Eze Software Group*
Favorite Brands*
Fenwal*
FESCO
Fidelity National Financial Services*
Fiesta Palms*
Findexa International*
First American Corp - II*
First American Corp*
FleetPride*
Freescale*
Gate Gourmet*
Gelson’s
Gemalto*
Genesis*
GlobeOp*
Globespan (Conexant)*
GoIndustry (Dovebid)*
Graphic Packaging*
Grohe*
GT Com*
Harvester
Hotwire*
IASIS*
Iberia Airlines*
Immucor
Intergraph*
Interlink*
Isola*
IQVIA (formerly IMS Health and Quintiles)
J. Crew - II
J. Crew*
Jonah Energy
Kindred At Home
Kindred Healthcare
Kraton Polymers*
Kudu
Landis & Gyr*
Legerity*
Lenta


Life Time Fitness
LifeSync*
Llamasoft
LPL*
Lynda.com*
Magellan Epotec*
*Fully Realized Investment
TPG PORTFOLIO COMPANIES
Marblehead
McAfee
Media Broadcast
MEMC*
Mey*
MGM*
mobilcom AG*
Neiman Marcus*
NetScout*
Nexeo Solutions


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On Semiconductor*
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Parkway Properties*
Petco*
Petco - I*
Piaggio*
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Sabre*
Savers
Saxo Bank*
Seagate*
Smart Modular*
Spirit Amber*
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Star One*
Strauss Coffee*
SunGard
Surgical Care Affiliates*
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US Air (America West Airlines)*
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Vertafore*
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Viking Cruises
Virgin Relationship*
Vita Group*
Vivra*
VTB*
Washington Mutual*
Weatherford International*
WellSky (formerly Mediware)
Wind River
X2 Resources*
Yazam.com*
Zhone*
Zilog*
TPG GROWTH
Acclivity*
Adknowledge
Affinity Advisory, LLC
Agria Corporation*
AGS*
Airbnb
Angie’s Artisan Treats*
Artel
Asiri
Azul*
Beautycounter
Become.com*
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C3 IoT
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Evolent Health*
Evolution Media I
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Handy Technologies*
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Resource Label Group
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Sisulan Sports (China Vogue)*
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Godaddy.com - How they stole hundreds of Domains from Pete Bennett for their Private Equity Partners

Connecting the Anti-Trust Tactics of Godaddy, Silver Lake Partners, TPG Growth Bennett to the loss of nearly 800 valuable domains


The Private Equity Players
  KKR, Godaddy, Elevation Partners, SilverLake Partners, Safeway Stores, Albertsons, AT&T (SBCGlobal) and Fremont Group colluded to destroy the founder of Nomoreh1b.com by undermining his software development firm, deliberately using false pretenses, mail and wire fraud to deprive Pete Bennett of income, fair trading and a equitable playing field.  



The loss of hundreds of Domains and millions in revenue can be tied to Godaddy internal systems.  My domain web properties were pruned from me one by one or in bulk over a decade.  

The folks at TPG will have to answer to my Whistleblower Complaints on the truly odd collection of RFPs emanating from companies connected to Richard Blum, William McGlashan, CBRE, Regency Centers, Trammel Crow, Lennar, Catellus, Prologis,



                   

Whois Record for Nomoreh1b.com


RegistrantWhois Privacy Protection Service by onamae.com
Registrant OrgWhois Privacy Protection Service by onamae.com
Registrant CountryJP
RegistrarGMO INTERNET, INC.
IANA ID: 49
URL: http://www.onamae.com
Whois Server: whois.discount-domain.com

(p) 
Registrar Statusok
Dates6,154 days old
Created on 2002-05-23
Expires on 2019-05-23
Updated on 2017-11-20
Name ServersNS73.ASEOSERVER.COM (has 1,956 domains)
NS74.ASEOSERVER.COM (has 1,956 domains)
Tech ContactWhois Privacy Protection Service by onamae.com
26-1 Sakuragaoka-cho,
Shibuya-kuTokyo150-8512JP

(p)
Domain StatusRegistered And No Website
IP History46 changes on 46 unique IP addresses over 15 years
Registrar History3 registrars with 3 drops
Hosting History16 changes on 11 unique name servers over 16 years
Website TitleNone given.
Whois Record ( last updated on 2019-03-29 )
Domain Name: nomoreh1b.com
Registry Domain ID: 86900838_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.discount-domain.com
Registrar URL: http://www.onamae.com
Updated Date: 2017-11-21T00:00:00Z
Creation Date: 2002-05-24T00:00:00Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2019-05-24T00:00:00Z
Registrar: GMO INTERNET, INC.
Registrar IANA ID: 49
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: 
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +81.337709199
Domain Status: ok https://icann.org/epp#ok
Registry Registrant ID: Not Available From Registry
Registrant Name: Whois Privacy Protection Service by onamae.com
Registrant Organization: Whois Privacy Protection Service by onamae.com
Registrant Street: 26-1 Sakuragaoka-cho
Registrant Street: Cerulean Tower 11F
Registrant City: Shibuya-ku
Registrant State/Province: Tokyo
Registrant Postal Code: 150-8512
Registrant Country: JP
Registrant Phone: +81.354562560
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax:
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email: 
Registry Admin ID: Not Available From Registry
Admin Name: Whois Privacy Protection Service by onamae.com
Admin Organization: Whois Privacy Protection Service by onamae.com
Admin Street: 26-1 Sakuragaoka-cho
Admin Street: Cerulean Tower 11F
Admin City: Shibuya-ku
Admin State/Province: Tokyo
Admin Postal Code: 150-8512
Admin Country: JP
Admin Phone: +81.354562560
Admin Phone Ext:
Admin Fax:
Admin Fax Ext:
Admin Email: 
Registry Tech ID: Not Available From Registry
Tech Name: Whois Privacy Protection Service by onamae.com
Tech Organization: Whois Privacy Protection Service by onamae.com
Tech Street: 26-1 Sakuragaoka-cho
Tech Street: Cerulean Tower 11F
Tech City: Shibuya-ku
Tech State/Province: Tokyo
Tech Postal Code: 150-8512
Tech Country: JP
Tech Phone: +81.354562560
Tech Phone Ext:
Tech Fax:
Tech Fax Ext:
Tech Email: 
Name Server: ns73.aseoserver.com
Name Server: ns74.aseoserver.com
DNSSEC: unsigned
URL of the ICANN WHOIS Data Problem Reporting System: http://wdprs.internic.net/

For more information on Whois status codes, please visit https://icann.org/epp
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