Hollywood “boiler room” sold $2 million in fake precious metals; two arrested
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Hollywood Park: Rosengold breezes for Tsunami Slew Stakes
INGLEWOOD, Calif. – Rosengold, the winner of two stakes for 3-year-olds on turf at Santa Anita this year, worked six furlongs on turf in 1:14 at Betfair Hollywood Park on Sunday, preparing for a start in the $70,000 Tsunami Slew Stakes on June 23. Trained by Julio Canani for Bill Currin, Rosengold has won his last three starts: a maiden race in January and two turf stakes in March – the Baffle Stakes on the hillside turf course and the Pasadena Stakes over a mile. Martin Garcia has the mount on Rosengold, who is a leading candidate for the $100,000 Oceanside Stakes over a mile on turf at Del Mar on July 17.
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Hollywood Stymied as Europe Sticks With Its Limits on Film and TV
The Broward County State Attorney’s Office is prosecuting the case. Frade and Quinones are accused soliciting investors through their Hollywood-based company, Integrated Market Capital Investments, doing business as Midas Asset Exchange in Hollywood. After making the investment with Midas Asset Exchange, investors typically received account statements showing the alleged purchase of metals. Investors claimed that Frade and Quinones led them to believe that the metals listed on the account statements would be stored for them in a vault or other safe place until such time as they desired to sell. The investigation revealed that only a small portion of investor money was used to trade possessory rights to precious metal inventory, and none of it was used to purchase or store the physical metals.
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It reflects France’s stance that culture and a government’s right to protect that culture is a sacred principle that should not be overridden by free trade or indeed E.U. dictates. The exclusion follows months of protests by leading figures and trade bodies in the French film industry – “The Artist” star and director Berenice Bejo and Michel Hazanavicius, and recent Oscar winner Michael Haneke, for example – supported by filmmakers outside France in Europe.
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