Kenneth Rijock

Kenneth Rijock

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

THE CAYMAN GANG OF FOUR HAVE A FALLING OUT OVER STOLEN ASSETS

                                                                       

To prove the old adage, "there's no honor among thieves." the members of the Cayman Gang of Four, Sharon Lexa Lamb, Ryan Bateman, Fernando Motto Mendez, and Derek Buntain, are reportedly at odds over money, approximately $5m, and the evidence indicates that it is part of the huge haul the Gang illegally took out of Dundee Merchant Bank's accounts at the bank of Butterfield's Cayman Islands branch.

Some aspects of the dispute surfaced on August 10th, when, in what is captioned as a Winding up Petition, liquidators for the allegedly insolvent B & C Capital Ltd., brought the action against a related company from the Bateman Group, Bateman & Company, Ltd. It is alleged that millions of dollars, in "cash, securities and other assets," that are the property of B & C have not been transferred to it by Bateman and Company.

Reliable sources in Grand Cayman assert that Ryan Bateman, who is a fugitive from justice in the Cayman islands. since 2014, claims that fellow Gang crew members Sharon Lexa Lamb and Derek Buntain, and possibly also Fernando Mendez, stole money from Bateman. What is missing from the story is the little detail regarding the fact that the assets at issue belong to Canadian retirees, who entrusted their life savings to Lamb and Buntain, who improperly, and without authorization, transferred millions, through Bateman's shell companies, overseas, where it remains missing.

Bateman, Lamb, Buntain
Perhaps the attorneys in Grand Cayman can tell us how a fugitive from Cayman justice can assert what he claims are his rights to what amounts to stolen money, while intentionally remaining safely outside the jurisdiction. That's about as bad as Bateman having Derek Buntain sign the supporting affidavit in the B & C Capital Ltd. liquidation proceeding, which he did, notwithstanding an obvious conflict of interest. The Cayman Islands judges handing these cases should be made aware of these facts.

We are still trying to figure out how Bateman, who illegally transferred $95m in stolen funds to the Bahamas, has the gall to say his partners in crime took money from him, but we'll let the answers come from the two pending civil cases in Canada. And what about Sharon Lexa Lamb, who is reportedly persona non grata in Grand Cayman social circles, due to the fact that residents there blame her for the steep decline in the reputation of the Cayman Islands ? Did she steal from her thief & partner ? We cannot say, but stay tuned to this blog for more information.


8 comments:

  1. Mr Rijock, you can say all the nasty things that you want to about Ms Sharon but down here in Grand Cayman we know she is a beautiful person with a beautiful heart inside and out. We all love her and we know that your blogs are all just hateful crap to destroy her life. But she is a strong woman and she does not allow your terrible lies about her to effect her life here. Yours, Darius Ebanks.

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    1. Alexander ShearsonAugust 17, 2016 at 1:59 PM

      My name is Alexander Shearson and I am 88 years old, blind, crippled and I live in a group home in Florida, because I cannot afford a private nurse nor proper care. Sharon Lexa Lamb stole my life savings of $2 million from my Trust and she was the only one that was a signatory.

      What about me! I worked as a CA for over 60 years and never harmed anyone. Kenneth Rijock is writing the truth about the Cayman Gang. Ms. Lamb can make all sorts of statements and write all sorts of garbage and make threats directly to me and informing me that she will report me to the IRS.

      For what? For working 60 years and paying my taxes on time?

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  2. NOTE TO READERS: Darius Ebanks, of Grand Cayman, passed away February 12, 2012, and the above comment fails to respond to the multi-million dollar losses,suffered by two 90-year old Canadians, at the hands of Sharon Lamb.

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  3. I am afraid you are incorrect Mr Rijock. I am very much alive and so is my son, also name Darius Ebanks. You people are trying to destroy good honest people and the Cayman Islands with your pathetic blogs. As yourself why, if Ms Sharon guilty of any crime, she has not been arrested. Because the authorities down here, RCIPS and CIMA do not believe you. You are the people who are being investigated. You are just too stupid to see it. Once again, from a very much alive Darius Ebanks of Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. And proud to be Caymanian.

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    1. Dear Mr. Anonymous-
      Criminal investigations, particularly when they are conducted in Canada and the United States, often take a substantial amount of time before indictments are handed down. RCIPS & CIMA rarely, if ever, take any action against major financial criminals who reside in the Cayman Islands; I understand that the victims took their evidence to a jurisdiction where law enforcement actually does its job properly. Watch and learn, Mr. Ebanks.

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  4. I have been reading the Wanted SA site and your blog for over a year now Ken and it is my father who is a retired lawyer who was defrauded by Sharon Lexa Lamb. He told my father Lawrence Heath that B&C Capital was a prestigious bank in Cayman Islands, which was a complete lie.

    Sharon Lexa Lamb immediately ordered my dad's money to go to B&C and then it disappeared. My dad never signed any requisition or authorisation to Dundee Merchant Bank where my dad's money was on deposit. My dad is 90 years old and is an invalid.

    Sharon Lexa Lamb (Sherry) is a liar, thief and fraudster and after giving my statement to the RCMP, I am very confident that she will be indicted and convicted by an intelligent jury who will see through Ms. Lamb's facade and lies.

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  5. Two important witnesses have been examined in Toronto and both claim that you created this document that clarifies that B&C Capital is a financial institution and this document above all other will send you to prison Sharon Lexa Lamb (Sherry).

    http://rijock.blogspot.ca/2016/07/here-is-one-piece-of-evidence-of-sharon.html

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  6. No honour among greedy thieves

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