BREAKING NEWS: Court Rules Frederick Ray Akins and Shauberger’s Actions were "Acts of Fraud"

DAMAGES TO BE PAID TO VICTIMS IN EXCESS OF $500,000 - Official Copy of Court Verdict

Judge - Frederick Ray Akins by not answering and defaulting has "admitted all the allegations"

F RAY AKINS EXTORTION BID ON IAN ROWCLIFFE

TEXAS LAW DICTATES FREDERICK RAY AKINS RISKS UP TO 20 YEARS IMPRISONMENT IF FOUND GUILTY OF EXTORTION ¬

It has come to light that Mr F Ray Akins of ICL Investigations is under investigation for attempted extortion of property against an individual in the UK named Ian Rowcliffe.

Mr Akins who was previously known to the FBI has printed defamatory, wholly untrue spurious statements on websites and blogs (most notably ianrowcliffe.net) in an attempt to get Rowcliffe to relinquish property to him - this is where the FBI and local law enforcement were called in. Akins who has recently been found guilty of fraud has labelled Rowcliffe a criminal and looks set to be given a prison sentence for his latest campaign of abuse.

It is unknown whether Akins suffers from serious psychiatric difficulties.

In the United States, extortion can be committed as a federal crime across a computer system, phone, by mail or in using any instrument of "interstate commerce". Extortion requires that the individual sent the message "willingly" and "knowingly" as elements of the crime. The message only has to be sent (but does not have to reach the intended recipient) to commit the crime of extortion.

FREDERICK RAY AKINS UPDATE

F Ray Akins has commited a serious breach of white collar crime by printing complete lies about Ian Rowcliffe in an attempt to extort property from him. The lies are incredibly hurtful, unlawful, defamtory and - according to our sources - are being investigated by local police and FBI agents. It is understood that Frederick Ray Akins faces considerable damages and almost certain financial ruin.

What is Extortion?

Extortion is a criminal offense marked by the use of threats, coercion, or intimidation to obtain goods or services. Often confused with robbery,which involves the unlawful gain of anothers property through direct force or violence, extortion is characterized by the willingness of the victim to relinquish goods or services to avoid the threatened harm. Bribery, blackmail, and ransom all refer to specific types of extortion.

Extortion and its Penalties

Individuals who are charged with extortion may face serious penalties, including:

Heavy fines (in some cases, as much as $10,000)
Prison sentence (up to 20 years imprisonment)
Probation or parole
Restitution for the victims

The net closes in on Frederick Ray Akins

"F. Ray Akins is alleged to have misrepresented himself to be a police officer by flashing a badge, telling Albert Palmarez that he was working with the FBI and that is was an “official investigation.”


Akins is further alleged to have threatened other employees of the business with criminal prosecution in order to coerce them from giving information concerning the conspiracy between Eddie & Cynthia Shauberger and Akins to Albert and Robert Palmarez."


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BEWARE! - ACTUAL FOOTAGE OF AKINS SEEN FILMING AN UNSUSPECTING INDIVIDUAL

BEWARE! - ACTUAL FOOTAGE OF AKINS SEEN FILMING AN UNSUSPECTING INDIVIDUAL
WILL YOU OR A MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY BE NEXT?? - Akins is of 2955 FM 1960 E., Dayton, TX 77636. Phone: 888-784-2846 - AKINS IS ALLEGED TO HAVE IMPERSONATED A POLICE OFFICER

Monday, June 17, 2019

F. Ray Akins Served with Grand Jury Indictment

Pictured: F Ray Akins police mugshot

F. Ray Akins finally surrendered himself to Capt. Cooper of the Liberty County Sheriff’s Department around 8:30 AM Monday 8th June 2009.

Captain Cooper served Akins with a Grand Jury indictment and took him into custody.
A Liberty County Grand Jury indicted Akins for one count of Tampering with Governmental Record.

Akins was arraigned before 75th District Court Judge, C. T. “Rusty” Hight in a brief court proceeding around 10:30 AM today.

Akins indicated that he had retained Attorneys James Evans and Dr. Joseph Willie to represent him.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Man charged with child sex abuse

The Dallas County Sheriff’s Department arrested an Orrville man on charges of sexual abuse first-degree felony Tuesday.

Avery Atkins, 25, faces a charge that he allegedly had sexual relations with a female under the age of 16.

Investigator John Hatfield headed up the case involving Atkins.

“The victim made a complaint against Avery Atkins about the alleged incidents,” Hatfield said.

The victim turned in a detailed account about the forced sexual encounters with Atkins authorities said.

“Investigation revealed that there was a long-term sexual relationship with a girl under the age of 16,” Chief Deputy Randy Pugh said.

Hatfield turned Atkins' case over to the grand jury, which indicted him on charges.

The Code of Alabama defines sexual abuse in the first degree as a person who “being 16 years old or older, subjects another person to sexual contact who is less than 12 years old.”

Sexual abuse is a class-c felony.

Conviction of the charge means jail time between one year and a day to 10 years and a fine up to $15,000.

Friday, July 6, 2018

Ray Akins Of ICL Investigations is a Liar and a Menace - ask Ian Rowcliffe

Ray Akins - it appears - makes a career of printing defamatory and wholly untrue accusations and comments against individuals on the web. The guy is a menace and obviously has nothing better to do in his sad little life than to print BS to try and intimidate people into surrendering property to him. Unfortunately it doesn't always work.


Mr Akins is known to the FBI in America and is currently being under investigation for printing complete lies about an individual in the UK called Ian Rowcliffe.


Word of Warning

We strongly urge people not to get involved with Ray Akins / ICL investigations Ltd.

Sunday, June 25, 2017

F RAY AKINS UNDER FBI INVESTIGATION

TAKEN FROM http://www.i-dineout.com/pages2007/eddie.8.22.07.html

Alleged Actions of Eddie & Cynthia Shauberger and F. Ray Akins

LIBERTY, August 22, 2007 - The lawsuit brought in the 55 District Court in Harris County Texas by Robert and Albert Palmarez against Eddie & Cynthia Shauberger and F. Ray Akins contains allegations concerning the activities of Akins and the Shaubergers that are worth reviewing in light of recent events.

Eddie Shauberber and Robert Palmarez went into partnership in 1999. Robert Palmarez put up all the money. Palmarez then retained 34% of the stock as his own and transferred 33% of the stock to Albert Palmarez and 33% to Eddie Shauberger.

The suit brought by Robert Palmerez and Albert Palmarez against Eddie Shauberger, Cynthia Shaubeger and Ray Akins alleges the following.

Eddie Shauberger transferred assets of the business to a new business entity thought to be a new corporation set up by Ray Akins and Eddie Shauberger.

Eddie Shauberger breaches his duty of loyalty by making efforts to take away clients, customers and referral sources of business for Immanuel Home Health Care.
Eddie Shauberger paid himself more money than was authorized by the corporate officers by concealing such payments from Robert and Albert Palmarez by refusal to allow access to company records, banks statements and by destroying and concealing important documents.

And by authorizing a Dell Computer charge account in the name of the corporation and then using that account to purchase items for his own personal use and the use of his family and friends, including big screen TV’s, laptop computers, and other consumer electronics.

And by using other company credit cards for his own personal benefit involving expenditures beyond any reasonable business purpose

And by knowingly failing to make deposits for payroll tax liability, thereby placing the business in further jeopardy and creating personal liability for his partners, Albert and Robert Palmate.

And by engaging in self-dealing and conflict of interest of transactions without following proper corporate procedures for disclosure to their directors and shareholders.

And, by attempting to change the signature car for the company account at JP Morgan Chase Bank in an effort to remove Albert and Robert Palmarez as authorized signers.
The suit further alleges that Eddie Shauberger attempted to gain exclusive control over the corporate checking account by presenting a fake corporate resolution for that purpose. No such resolution was ever approved by corporate officers. According to the lawsuit, this overt act was done pursuant to a conspiracy by and among, Eddie Shauberger, Cynthia Shauberger, F. Ray Akins and LCST, LLC. These actions, according to the lawsuit, constitute acts of fraud against Robert and Albert Palmarez.

The law suite alleges that on August 9, 2007, F. Ray Akins and Eddie Shauberger threatened Albert Palmarez and coerced him into leaving the business premises of Immanuel Home Health Care (operating as Signature Home Health). F. Ray Akins is alleged to have misrepresented himself to be a police officer by flashing a badge, telling Albert Palmarez that he was working with the FBI and that is was an “official investigation.”

Akins is further alleged to have threatened other employees of the business with criminal prosecution in order to coerce them from giving information concerning the conspiracy between Eddie & Cynthia Shauberger and Akins to Albert and Robert Palmarez.

The suit further alleges that F. Ray Akins misrepresented himself as the “Corporate Legal Secretary” of Immanuel Home Health Care and that misrepresentation is in the form of a written document.

Eddie and Cynthia Shauberger were served with papers on Monday but F. Ray Akins left for Portland Oregon before papers could be served. These papers were the injunctions against them

Barring them from the company offices, engaging in any transactions involving assets, bank accounts or credit cards account of Immanuel Home Heath.
Communicating with any third party on behalf of Immanuel Home Health Care including contacting Medicare or any other payors for services
Refraining from making any threats to any current of former employees of Immanuel Home Health Care

The return to Immanuel Home Health Care al property obtained from Dell Computers by us of the charge account of Immanuel Home Health Care including the big screen TV’s, computers and consumer electronics.
Not contact any customer or clients of Immanuel Home Health Care.
Not contact physicians, hospitals or other referral sources of clients for Immanuel Home Health Care.

The next court proceeding concerning this matter will be on Monday, August 27, 2007 in the 55th District Court in Harris County Texas where witnesses for Robert and Albert Palmarez and the Shaubergers are supposed to appear.

According to legal sources these allegations brought by Robert and Albert Palmarez could represent criminal wrong doing on the part of the defendants if proven true in addition to resulting in civil penalties and liabilities.

i-dineout.com attempted to reach Akins and the Shaubergers however, Akins is out of town and could not be reached and the Shaubergers are out of town as well and could not be reached.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Campus Murder Linked To 'Family Matters' - CBS 2 (ADDISON NEWS)

Campus Murder Linked To 'Family Matters' - CBS 2
School officials notified students of the incident via text message, but did not mention a murder, or a crime. In a statement released late Monday, they said the school was "shocked and saddened by the death today of one of our students" and that the
Source: wcbstv.com

Hit-and-run victim Erinn Phelan is a true hero, helping others before - New York Daily News
Hit-and-run victim Erinn Phelan stands by sign for NYC Service, the mayor's program the 22-year-old Ivy League graduate helped direct. In front of the sign was a diagonal crosswalk where there had been a split second of sudden horror early Sunday. In
Source: www.nydailynews.com

Trial begins for 2 Clarksville men accused of stabbing man in back - Leaf Chronicle
The trial of two men charged with stabbing a man in the back began Monday. Brandon Jerome Amos, 21, and Marvel Robinson, 19, are charged with attempted first-degree murder and aggravated assault and being tried together in Judge Mike R. Jones
Source: www.theleafchronicle.com

Men confess to St. Johnsbury Elks Club break-in - Burlington Free Press
Mark Marsden, 45, and Jaime Sherman, 32, both of Island Pond, at first denied breaking into the club but confessed to the crime Thursday, police said. Police cited Marsden and Sherman on suspicion of unlawful trespass and unlawful mischief.
Source: www.burlingtonfreepress.com

Brothers to testify against man accused of killing their mom - Eagle-Tribune
LAWRENCE — Christopher Mendez was 13 when he saw a man hitting his older brother Jesus' head with a hammer. Christopher then found their mother's body in a pool of blood. Now, four years later, Christopher and Jesus Mendez will both take the stand
Source: www.eagletribune.com

Clarksville police charge intoxicated couple with child abuse, neglect - Leaf Chronicle
Anyone who has information that might lead to the arrest and conviction of a suspected criminal can earn up to $1,000 by calling the Clarksville-Montgomery County Crime Stoppers tip line at 645-TIPS. Callers can remain anonymous. Taken from
Source: www.theleafchronicle.com

Save lives, stop texting while driving - Daily Local News
Negligently causing another person's death while driving, while undeniably tragic, is not a crime. However, Section 3732 of the Vehicle Code, titled Homicide by Vehicle, reads as follows: "Any person who recklessly or with gross negligence causes the
Source: www.dailylocal.com

Local, State Briefs - Tulsa World
Anyone with information about the attack is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 596-COPS or send a text message or an online tip to the Tulsa Police Department at tulsaworld.com/crimestoppersemail . The Shriners Hospitals for Children and IHOP will team
Source: www.tulsaworld.com

Monday, February 1, 2010

Sex-offender registry may only complicate tracking - Delaware Online (SANTA ROSA NEWS)

Sex-offender registry may only complicate tracking - Delaware Online
In Maryland, Thomas Leggs lived with his parents on a quiet street in Salisbury. In Delaware, he served time for raping a teenage girl on the Rehoboth Beach boardwalk. Now, he is charged with kidnapping and is under investigation for killing an 11
Source: www.delawareonline.com

Sex Ed in Washington - New York Times
Liberals hated almost everything about George W. Bush’s presidency, but they harbored a particular animus toward a minor domestic policy priority: abstinence-based sex education. The abstinence effort accounted for about a hundred million dollars
Source: www.nytimes.com

SAN DIEGO NEWS - Paedo march: Angry protesters call for action - This is Dorset

Paedo march: Angry protesters call for action - This is Dorset
PROTESTERS chanting ‘paedos out’ marched through Weymouth town centre in a bid to rid the resort of child abusers. Passers-by flocked to join the anti-paedophile rally as it brought the shopping streets to a standstill on Saturday. A police
Source: www.thisisdorset.net

Paedo march: Parents say 'Protect our children' - This is Dorset
Laura Jackson, 22, from Wool -combe Road, Portland , was at the march with her family. Her daughter Danielle, two, had a sign saying ‘protect me’. She said: “With having the little one I feel it’s so important that we don’t have paedophiles
Source: www.thisisdorset.net

Review: Richard Herring, Nottingham Playhouse - Nottingham Evening Post
Funny bloke, funny moustache. Richard Herring's new show, Hitler Moustache, was certainly funny – most of the time – and it was fascinating all of the time. There were some background throwaway songs about moustaches and Nazism before Herring
Source: www.thisisnottingham.co.uk