Well, for someone who was going to 'prove everyone wrong', and who was 'running legitimate programs'...
Not even taking it to trial... Another 'admin' of a 'legitimate program' who was 'wrongly accused' because 'nobody ever lost any money', and 'they knew the risk', and people complained that they 'lost their income'.
I DID delete some of my personal information, replaced by ***
November 17, 2006
**** E ********** Dr.
Phoenix, AZ *****-****
RE: United States v. Defendant(s) Blake A. Prater
Case Number 2003R00495 and Court Docket Number 3:06CR1 (JBA)
Dear Jeffrey Valasek:
The United States Department of Justice believes it is important to keep victims of federal crime informed of court proceedings. This notice provides information about the above-referenced criminal case.
On October 3, 2006, defendant Blake A. Prater pled guilty to the charges listed below. Any remaining counts will be disposed of at the time of sentencing. As a result of the guilty plea, there will be no trial involving this defendant.
Number of Charges Description of Charges Disposition
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3 Mail Fraud - Frauds and swindles
4 Fraudulent interstate transactions
6 Laundering of monetary instruments
4 Monetary transactions w/property from unlawful act
1 Monetary transactions w/property from unlawful act Guilty
The sentencing hearing for defendant(s), Blake A. Prater, has been set for January 17, 2007, 03:00 PM at the Federal Courthouse, Courtroom Two, 141 Church Street, New Haven, Connecticut before Judge JANET B. ARTERTON. You are welcome to attend this proceeding; however, unless you have received a subpoena, your attendance is not required by the Court. If you plan on attending, please check with the VNS Call Center to verify the sentencing date and time. Should you wish to speak at the sentencing or want to check for the most current information on the date/time of this event please call our office a day or two before the scheduled hearing.
A United States Probation Officer prepares a report for the Court and may contact you to discuss the impact the crime had on you financially, physically, and/or emotionally. If you are contacted, please make every effort to provide accurate and detailed information.
The sentincing previously scheduled for defendant(s) Blake A. Prater on December 12, 2006, 09:00 AM at the Federal Courthouse, Courtroom Two, 141 Church Street, New Haven, Connecticut has been cancelled. VNS will continue to provide you with updated case scheduling and event information.
The Victim Notification System (VNS) is designed to provide you with information regarding the case as it proceeds through the criminal justice system. You may obtain current information about this case on the VNS Web site at https://www.notify.usdoj.gov
or from the VNS Call Center at 1-866-DOJ-4YOU (1-866-365-4968) (TDD/TTY: 1-866-228-4619) (International: 1-502-213-2767). In addition, you may use the Call Center or Internet to update your contact information and/or change your decision about participation in the notification program. If you update your information to include a current email address, VNS will send information to that address. In order to continue to receive notifications, it is your responsibility to keep your contact information current.
You will use your Victim Identification Number (VIN) 1303903 and Personal Identification Number (PIN) **** anytime you contact the Call Center and the first time you log on to the VNS web site. In addition, the first time you access the VNS Internet site, you will be prompted to enter your last name (or business name) as currently contained in VNS. The name you should enter is Valasek.
Remember, VNS is an automated system and cannot answer questions. If you have other questions which involve this matter, please contact this office at the number listed above.
KEVIN J. O'CONNOR
United States Attorney
VNS Help Desk
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