Guy Gentile: Case Dismissed

The following is a reprint from CooperatingWitness.com

BREAKING: Guy Gentile – INNOCENT- Federal Indictment dismissed

Guy Gentile

Today, Jose Linares, United States District Court Judge, Newark, New Jersey dismissed the Federal Indictment brought against Guy Gentile in March 2016 by the Newark United States Department of Justice (DOJ),

In reality, the US Government arrested him “for his rolodex” and bullied him into cooperation, compelling him to believe he did not have a choice in the matter. Gentile believed that his only option was to cooperate: the government threatened to go after his family, friends and employees, shut down his businesses and, more importantly, freeze his bank accounts so he couldn’t defend himself. If he did not cooperate, the government would have completely destroyed him and those around him.

After three years of exemplary cooperation which brought the NJ DOJ convictions like never before, the government did an about face and charged Gentile again in March 2016 when he informed them he would no longer cooperate and to let him go, free, as agreed. Due to his compelled cooperation, the aftermath of his position with the DOJ and FBI caused severe damage: his loss of life long friends and the divorce of his wife whom he loved dearly; loss of employees and businesses; he lost his position in volunteer services and had over 10 banking relationships terminated which severely and negatively impacted his life & businesses in addition to the cost of millions of dollars defending himself. Even having endured what amounted to an involuntary servitude, Gentile never said why him? He held his head high because he knew he was not guilty of the charges and did everything he could to continue to live his life and tried to stay strong for the people who loved him and believed in him.

Statement of Thanks and Appreciation from Guy Gentile:

It has been a grueling few years as I’ve battled to clear my name and often, in my lowest points, it’s been the love and support of the very many wonderful friends, (some of whom I’ve not heard
from in years!) and the stalwart advocates of justice who have rallied me when I needed it most. Thank you so much to my family, friends, loyal staff, colleagues, business associates and the
readers who follow me on social media including this web site. Your sentiments and encouraging shout-outs have meant a lot to me, perhaps more that you’ll ever really
understand.

This has been tough, and reading your words such as, “keep the faith” and “stay strong” have motivated and compelled me to carry on and to finally reach this day of triumph.
Also of course, I want to acknowledge the skill-sets, consistent hard work and efforts beyond the pale of my legal team of Joseph Tacopina & Chad Seigle of Tacopina & Seigle, PC, and Adam
C. Ford of Ford O’Brian LLP. Thank you so much legal team!

I also want to thank my friend and excellent personal attorney Carla Marin, who gave me the strength to stand up fight the all mighty U.S. Government. You never wavered in your belief in me or that justice would prevail and we’d win the day!

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Emmett Moron
Emmett Moron
3 years ago

Emmett, really how much Guy Gentile paying you? You write some garbage on your site. You and your moron small bunch of followers think the whole world is just corrupt, come on really what gives a crook like you the right to write stuff about others when your no better yourself ? Just give one reason why !?

John Smith
John Smith
3 years ago

is suretrader still up and running? i was going to sign up with them but it seems like none of their customer service staff are replying to my emails or tickets. i also noticed that their reviews have gone missing on investimonials and they haven’t posted anything on twitter in a while. anyone know if something is going on?

John Smith
John Smith
3 years ago
Reply to  Emmett Moore

must of just been their infamous bad customer service. i was going to deposit with them but they took so long to respond. starting to look at tradezero as they seem quite comparable and already have responded to me.

Curious George
Curious George
3 years ago
Reply to  John Smith

Guy Gentile got caught stealing millions of dollars from small penny investors, people that were not in a position to defend themselves. He admitted it within five minutes of being grabbed by the FBI. He then cooperated for a couple of years. Gentile was in no position to make demands, after stealing $17 million. You agree to cooperate then hope and pray for the best. Gentile admitted his scams to the SEC and re-paid the money he stole, along with fines. The only issue here is the Feds say they had 6 years to prosecute and Gentile’s lawyer claims they had only 5 years. Other than that, he’s guilty.

kenneth
kenneth
3 years ago
Reply to  Emmett Moore

and suretrader seems to still exist – so he got to keep his business too…

dtchurn
dtchurn
3 years ago

Just a side note. I recently got a spam email from thetradingzone with the hosts GaryWeitzman and Larry “Gator”. So I re-read thetradingzone review where Emmett has a couple of good informative paragraphs refuting the bs claim that showing trading performance results is “illegal” and also how Emmett was a cooperating witness with the CFTC. It’s under “Who is Greg Weitzman?”
http://www.tradingschools.org/reviews/the-trading-zone/
It also reinforces my belief that sham vendor sites that show the “hypothetical” disclaimer have pretty much been on sim for the years of their shamshow site’s existence.

dtchurn
dtchurn
3 years ago

So this update is reporting Gentile is innocent and exonerated of the 17 million stock fraud charges along with “two co-conspirators Itamar Cohen and Mike Taxon.”?
http://www.tradingschools.org/reviews/sure-trader-guy-gentile/
Hard to believe. If he’s actually guilty he was complying and “battling” not to serve time rather than “clear his name” because there was nothing to clear having been caught. Sure it was a rigormarole but I doubt a typical losing retailer in credit card debt or losses from stock fraud working two min wage jobs would think of it much more than he was lucky he didn’t end up decades in jail like those examples on “American Greed” convicted of securities fraud.

dtchurn
dtchurn
3 years ago
Reply to  Emmett Moore

Thanks for the further info. I was completely in the dark about what happened with the case. So at least a few of his fraud gang got some punishment. His bragging quoted statement even in the context to thanking his legal team, just makes me feel less sympathetic even though I agree it was an amazing feat how he somehow weaseled his way out. Even Martha Stewart went to jail for a few months for far less.

GemBow
GemBow
3 years ago
Reply to  Emmett Moore

Yes, the clue to article’s sarcasm is “INNOCENT.”

Nobody is ruled innocent.

Curious George
Curious George
3 years ago
Reply to  GemBow

The “innocence” declaration is a figment of Guy Gentile’s warped imagination. He pretends to be a firefighter even though he has never fought a single fire, claims to be a law enforcement officer despite the fact that any badge he may possess is possessed illegally, he joined the Army then decided that even though he was under contract, that he really didn’t have to report for boot camp. Guy Gentile is a LOSER and a SCAM ARTIST. You would do well in avoiding him and anyone he supports.

Curious George
Curious George
3 years ago
Reply to  Emmett Moore

Mr. Moore,

You are accurate in your assessment that what Gentile is putting out is his own propaganda rather than “update”. Guy Gentile is one of the most prolific scam artists and liars that one can ever come across in a lifetime. I have learned that to Gentile, everything is a scam, every thing on every level. Instead of working hard for something, he tries to buy it and scam for it, and when he doesn’t get his way, he threatens people like the tough guy that he’s not. Even in this case, he pretends to have evidence and tapes on the FBI, as if they were supposed to be scared. They obviously laughed him off.

The only matter the judge ruled on was statute of limitations, not innocence. The case against Gentile was so strong that he agreed to become a RAT while on his way to the car, on it’s way to the FBI office. Gentile collapsed in record time. What he did in actuality is to send other people to prison to do HIS time. He’s a very weak, lowlife scam artist. He claims his marriage fell apart because of this. Liar again. His marriage fell apart because Guy Gentile continually engaged in domestic violence. FOIL the 911 calls to his house from the NY State Police, and how many times his wife called the police on him because Guy was beating her. She recently called the dog pound because she said that her husband was under investigation by the State Police for domestic violence, and whenever Gentile is under investigation he takes off (which is why the FBI handcuffed him off a plane that night before he fled the jurisdiction), and Guy not only abandoned his wife and kids but also his dogs, and she could not take care of them. This is the type of person you’re dealing with in Guy Gentile. Nobody in Putnam County NY wants him back, him and his scams and his duplicated, illegal police badges, pretending to be a police officer, thowing his stolen money all around town. The amount of scams Gentile tried to pull in Putnam County are staggering.

Curious George
Curious George
3 years ago
Reply to  Emmett Moore

Also Mr. Moore, Gentile “survived” nothing. He lied repeatedly in his court papers, claiming the FBI told him they could make his charges disappear in return for cooperation. Not in a million years did any FBI agent tell him that. Let me tell you something. When you are caught red-handed in a $17.2 million stock fraud, with a paper trail 500 miles long, you are in NO position to sit there with the FBI and negotiate ANYTHING. Guy Gentile would have people believe that, for TWO YEARS, TWO YEARS, he worked for the FBI as a rat without a single guarantee in writing. What a loser. And what a liar. Since the judge dismissed with “without prejudice”, it’s my hope that the US Attorney appeals this decision to a higher court.

Tony
Tony
3 years ago
Reply to  Emmett Moore

Emmett you are a moron

Curious George
Curious George
3 years ago
Reply to  dtchurn

Yes, you are correct. Very correct. What Gentile was looking to prevent was jail time, not “proving innocence”. He already pleaded and admitted his $17.2 million scam to the SEC, which still stands.

Stray Dog
Stray Dog
3 years ago

Yikes! That’s how they treat a cooperating witness.

Curious George
Curious George
3 years ago
Reply to  Stray Dog

A “cooperating witness” Gentile was NOT. Gentile was caught in a $17.2 million stock fraud, and rather than fight and prove his innocence, he immediately became a rat and positioned his two co-conspirators to serve HIS time. Ask Guy Gentile how many times the New York State Police have been called to his home because of domestic violence. I guess that was all a misunderstanding too. Guy Gentile is a liar and a fraud. Him and his silly, unearned, illegally possessed police badges that are nothing more than duplicates.

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