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Don Juravin: Police Unions Are Responsible for George Floyd’s Death

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Why won’t the police stop the brutality and racism? The unions defend them to the politicians who want to make the change. 

The police system in the United States serves a purpose: to protect and serve the weak, the poor, and the unprotected. But they have failed in doing so. 

The police failed as soon as one man died at their hands. The death of George Floyd and the actions of the four officers who were responsible speak volumes. But the police union isn’t even sorry for what it did. The president of the Minneapolis police union sent out letters calling George Floyd a “violent criminal.” 

A CHEAP TRIAL

The Minneapolis police who decided that George Floyd was a violent criminal, before knowing anything about him or hearing any story, were very budget-conscious. We in the USA are “innocent before proven guilty.” But the police have decided that they have the authority to determine whether or not someone is guilty or innocent. 

The police in Minneapolis created their own trial and jury. They were the judges in that situation. They determined in less than twenty minutes that Floyd was guilty and deserved to die. Most people who are accused of crimes or charged with crimes are given a hearing, and then a trial by their peers. A judge oversees the trial. This is a time-consuming process. The police took that process and removed it. And America gave them the authority to do so. 

These four police officers are now charged with the death of George Floyd. They have been given the privilege of having a hearing. They will be tried by their peers. They will be sentenced by a judge. And they will serve their sentences. No officers will be overriding that system to enact their own forms of justice. 

Don-Juravin-protests-against-Bella-Collina-scaledPOLICE UNIONS ARE A PROBLEM

Politicians, the ones that are supposed to reform and change institutions, are afraid of the police unions. 

Unions typically protect their members, no matter what the members are accused of doing. Police unions are no different. If an officer is charged, the union will negotiate until the outcome is what the union wants. Police unions are responsible for reinstating police officers after the police department has terminated them. How is a police department going to change, or get better, if the people who did wrong face no consequences?

The police union president who called George Floyd a “violent criminal” also said that his union was going to do all that it could to help the four police officers face their charges. Police unions prevent police officers from being interviewed. The police union allows officers to challenge superiors who try to discipline them. 

Police officers who should have been discharged for their misdeeds are still on the job, thanks to the unions. One officer shot and killed two unarmed men in 2007, costing the city of Oakland $650,000 in restitution payments. He was still a police officer in 2014. 

According to Juravin, if a private business finds that one of its employees is scaring customers, behaving inappropriately, or costing the business more money than he is bringing in, that employee is let go. But if a police officer does this, he is kept on the force. 

PROTESTS OR RIOTS?

The argument for the police violence against the protesters is that the protesters turn into rioters. But the police themselves are initiating some of the violence. A 75-year-old man, on the streets of Buffalo in the state of New York, was pushed down to the ground by marching police officers. He was injured and unarmed. The police did nothing to help him, rather, they hindered him. 

Stealing and destroying property is not commendable behavior, to be sure. But neither is opening fire on citizens who don’t carry weapons. 

Anna Juravin says “Police brutality can be terrifying. I was actually moved to see police people kneeling with protesters” 

BELLA COLLINA RESIDENT DON JURAVIN FILED PROTECTIVE INJUNCTION AGAINST RANDALL GREENE

Randall F Greene had controversially (some claim illegally) taken over the Bella Collina Property Owners Association (POA) for Dwight Schar. Mr. Schar is the owner of DCS Capital Investments and the founder of NVR Inc (NYSE: NVR). Dwight Schar’s businesses have been under congressional investigation as many homeowners feel scammed and ask to revoke Dwight Schar‘s company licenses.

Randall Greene took over Bella Collina, ran afoul of many of the residents in the Florida community. Residents have accused Randall Greene of stealing a house, of mismanaging the Bella Collina Community, and even of stalking their families. If all that isn’t enough, Randall Greene is accused by residents for harassment and intimidation.

 

According to Don Juravin, he holds Randall Greene as the responsible party for the well being of Bella Collina residents, directly and indirectly, as the POA president. Therefore, any harassment or intimidation, breaking, or violating privacy is Randall Greene’s responsibility.

Anna Juravin provides proof of the harassment and retaliation felt in Bella Collina Florida and by Randall Greene - the pool pipe found cut and the water drained
Anna Juravin shows the reporter why she feels unsafe in Bella Collina and the harassment and retaliation felt in Bella Collina Florida and by Randall Greene – the pool pipe found cut and the water drained

Don Juravin, an entrepreneur who tries to help people protect themselves against fraud and scams, became one of Randall Greene’s targets. Lately, Randall F Greene has been targeting women and kids as well. In a court injunction, Florida Case No:  35.2017-DR-001326-AXXX-XX, he requested that Randall Greene be ordered to stop stalking and harassing his family, wife, and three daughters, as well as himself.

In the injunction for protection against stalking, Don Juravin explained that Randall Greene (directly or indirectly) had “resorted to terrorizing Petitioner and his family.” The petition also detailed the “numerous harassing text messages to Petitioner,” as well as Greene’s “online, defamatory ‘smear campaign’ aimed at Petitioner.” In addition, Greene was accused of using “the security force of Petitioner’s subdivision to harass and intimidate him, and has either directly participated in, or ordered others to vandalize Petitioner’s property.”

 

Anna and Don Juravin fighting to protect homeowners against Randall Greene and Bella Collina https://youtu.be/ruVRJuaQqBs
Anna and Don Juravin fighting to protect homeowners against Randall Greene and Bella Collina https://youtu.be/ruVRJuaQqBs

The court petition also stated that Greene may possess several unregistered phones, known as burners. Greene was also accused of destroying physical property belonging to Don Juravin and his family in the injunction.

ABC News and investigative journalist Steve Barrett investigated harassment and intimidation claimed against Bella Collina and its POA chairman Randall Greene. A video interview with Don Juravin revealed that wires had been cut and vandalism had been done to the family’s home in retaliation for the complaints made about how the community was run.

“We have a lot of money and credibility, and those are two things you don’t have, with anyone,” said Randall Greene to Don Juravin over a text message implying that Don Juravin should give up since the billionaire Dwight Schar has “lots of money” regardless of justice. Mr. Juravin served in the Israeli army and assisted the US troops stationed in Europe and he doesn’t seem like he’s going to give up to “Goliath” Dwight Schar.

No comment was received from Dwight Schar, NVR, Inc (NYSE: NVR), or Ryan Homes. Dwight Schar’s companies already face a congressional hearing and a petition to revoke its license called: “PLEASE HELP REVOKE NVR MORTGAGE AND RYAN HOMES LICENSE

Residents in Bella Collina against Dwight Schar, Paul Simonson and Dwight Schar for harassment and intimidation
Residents in Bella Collina against Dwight Schar, Paul Simonson and Dwight Schar for harassment and intimidation

Meanwhile, other residents formed a class action lawsuit and accused Randall Greene, Dwight Schar, and their associate ex-con Richard Arrighi of embezzling conspiracy, and racketeering. In that lawsuit, attorney Tim McCullough mentioned that more than 400 lawsuits had been filed in Bella Collina against residents by the POA. Tim McCullough was accused of falsifying a client’s signature and losing the case for his clients and consequently, attorney Tim McCullough has a terrible web reputation and a Florida Bar complaint.

Attorney Tim McCullough accused of forging a signature
Attorney Tim McCullough accused of forging a signature

Previously, before all of this happened, Randall Greene was accused by residents of stealing a house. Randall Greene had taken over a house that was purchased by someone hired to buy a house for Jordan and Maya Rupert. Judge Mark Hill ordered Randall Greene and Christina Greene to “vacate the premises” and clean up the house:

“The transfer of the Pendio Property from Alfresco to DCS is a fraudulent transfer in violation of Fla. Stat.§ 726.105.

The transfer of the Pendio Property from DCS to Randall Greene and Christina Greene is a fraudulent transfer in violation of Fla. Stat. § 726.105.”Judge Mark Hill

The judgment against Christina and Randall Greene.

According to Don Juravin, despite almost 18 years of aggressive sales attempts, Bella Collina continues to be a ghost town with less than 10% true family occupancy. Residents complain that Bella Collina in Florida is not a luxury and that many homeowners left unhappy only after a short period of time. That would not be terrible if the neighborhood was only beginning. But Bella Collina has been around for 18 years (the community was started in 2002). Similarly, we found an article showing Siena Bella Collina sales to be very slow.

We also found that Randall Greene also brags about his involvement in the now-defunct business Catalfumo Construction. The business was brought in court for stashing away $64 million illegally instead of paying its debts in 2012. Randall Greene was the Vice President of Finances and by his own testimony in court was in charge of handling the company’s finances and acquisitions.

Randall Greene was working for two decades for a boss was also accused in court of domestic assault and battery for choking his fiancee. Around the same time, Greene was also accused of domestic battery. Later, when Randall Greene went to work for Dwight Schar, Spencer Schar was arrested for assaulting three students.

Is there a pattern of violence around Randall Greene or is it coincidental?
If so, to what degree is Dwight Schar should be held responsible allowing Randall Greene to act like this?

In Randall Greene’s Twitter bio, he claims that he works for Disney and Marriott and one may be led to believe that he is a well-known manager in Disney or Marriott companies. However, we contacted both of these companies and received no response.

The article is based on information collected on the web including opinions and personal experience of Don Juravin and other Bella Collina residents as well as the court injunction filed against Randall F Greene (motion which was denied leaving the residents with the same feeling of fear.)

Don Juravin Exposes Credit Card Scams Using 500 eBay and PayPal Transactions DEFRAUDING $2 MILLION

Don Juravin Exposes: $2 million defrauding PayPal and eBay with 500 fake accounts and transactions done by Vietnamese man from CA. Don Karl Juravin revealed.
From about 2013 through August of 2019, Ho was able to use bank accounts to the fraudulent PayPal accounts to receive more than 500 deposits totaling more than $2 million. The FBI and Carmel police raid on Thursday was connected to a $2 million fraud. Tuong Quoc Ho, 32, is accused of an elaborate credit card scheme using eBay and PayPal.
“Card-not-present” credit, debit and prepaid card fraud has ballooned in the United States in the last few years, reaching $4.57 billion in 2016, up 34 percent from the year before, according to the most recent Federal Reserve Payments Study . These shadowy crimes hurt both small businesses and the customer shopping experience.
He is now facing 28 federal counts including wire fraud, aggravated identity theft, credit card fraud and money laundering.

Don Juravin Exposes: Fake Documents

According to court documents, Ho was able to get names, addresses, social security numbers and credit card numbers for people. He would then create accounts on eBay and PayPal using those names. In some cases, Ho would purchase items on eBay with fraudulent accounts he had setup or credit cards and have those items sent to his home. He would then resell them.
Don Juravin Exposes: $2 million defrauding PayPal and eBay with 500 fake accounts and transactions done by Vietnamese man from CA. Don Karl Juravin revealed.
Don Juravin exposes credit card fraud stats to protect the public

How Did He Defrauded PayPal?

When PayPal would question an account, Ho would get fraudulent documents on the internet to keep the accounts open. That information included bills, passports and social security cards.
Crooks obtain credit card information by stealing it right from the card or buying it on the massive online marketplace for stolen cards on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube as well as the dark Web, a separate network that can’t be reached with normal browsers.
Ho would then transfer the money from the PayPal accounts into his personal bank accounts. Ho then wired money to family and friends in Vietnam, and used the money for personal expenses, including the purchase of his home in Carmel.
“Recent figures suggest that over 80 percent of credit cards currently in people’s wallets have already been compromised,” said Markus Bergthaler, director of programs and marketing for the nonprofit Merchant Risk Council, which educates businesses on strategies to curtail fraud.
On Feb. 21, the FBI and Carmel police served a federal search warrant at his home near 116th and Towne Road. “These charges are the result of a complex international investigation conducted jointly by FBI Indianapolis’ Cyber Intrusion Program and the Carmel Police Department working in partnership to put an end to Mr. Ho’s illegal activity that targeted hundreds of victims,” said Special Agent in Charge Grant Mendenhall, FBI Indianapolis. Ho faces up to 20 years’ imprisonment, three years of supervised release and a maximum fine of $250,000.

UPDATED USA CREDIT CARD THEFT STATISTICS

  • In 2018, $24.26 Billion was lost due to payment card fraud worldwide
  • The United States leads as the most credit fraud prone country with 38.6% of reported card fraud losses in 2018
  • Credit card fraud increased by 18.4 percent in 2018 and is still climbing
  • Card not present fraud is now 81 percent more likely than point-of-sale fraud
  • In 2018, Identity theft was the 3rd largest cause of fraud in the USA
  • Identity theft makes up 14.8 percent of reported fraud
  • Credit card fraud was ranked #1 type of Identity theft fraud
  • Credit card fraud accounted for 35.4 percent of all identity theft fraud in 2018
  • New account fraud percentage is up 24 percent from account fraud in 2017
  • Take over of existing accounts is down 6 percent compared to 2017
  • Yahoo’s breach in 2013 exposed 3 billion victims and is still the biggest single informational breach
  • The Business Sector accounted for 46 percent of data breaches in 2018, including the Marriott International Breach
  • 69 percent of fraud starts with a consumer being contacted by telephone or email, such as overdue loans or prize scams

Juravin Explains Identity Theft and Fraud Complaints

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The Consumer Sentinel Network, maintained by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), tracks consumer fraud and identity theft complaints that have been filed with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and private organizations. Of the 3 million identity theft and fraud reports received in 2018, 1.4 million were fraud-related, and 25 percent of those cases reported money was lost. In 2018, consumers reported losing about $1.48 billion related to fraud complaints, an increase of $406 million from 2017. The median amount consumers paid was $375 in these cases. Within the fraud category, imposter scams were the most reported and ranked first among the top 10 fraud categories identified by the FTC. They accounted for $488 million in losses. In 2018, 15 percent of all complaints were related to identity theft. Identity theft complaints were the third most reported to the FTC. Identity theft claims fell from 2015 to 2018 by 9.3 percent, but began to increase again in 2018 and were up 19.8 percent from 2017 to 2018.

Sources: https://www.wthr.com/article/carmel-man-indicted-2-million-paypal-and-ebay-fraudhttps://www.iii.org/fact-statistic/facts-statistics-identity-theft-and-cybercrimehttps://shiftprocessing.com/credit-card-fraud-statistics/https://juravin.comhttps://twitter.com/BellaCollina_FLhttps://www.facebook.com/Bella.collina.reviewshttps://BellaCollina.wordpress.reviews, Twitter.com/DonJuravin

DON JURAVIN EXPOSES: 1 IN 50 US TEENS GIVES BIRTH AFFECTING 1.63 MILLION AMERICANS 

DON JURAVIN EXPOSES: 1 IN 50 US TEENS GIVES BIRTH AFFECTING 1.63 MILLION AMERICANS 

Teens in this study refer to young women between the ages of 15 and 19. 

JURAVIN RESEARCH assumes in this study that teenage girls who give birth at a young age represent a less advanced society with less advanced sex education. It is further assumed that higher teen birth rates become a national financial burden as the female (and probably the male teen) must change their course of life and prematurely become a parent, rather than become part of an advanced working force. 

How many young teenage girls get pregnant in our advanced society? A society cannot be advanced if many young women are cutting short their own development in order to care for a child. 

Juravin reveals that 23 million teenage girls will get pregnant each year, causing stagnating ripple effects on society as a whole. 

Research Summary

In Juravin’s opinion, the emotional effects on families, crime rate, education levels, national financial burden (GDP), and the childbirth rate in the country (as a teen giving birth is less likely to raise a family with multiple kids) are all related. Teens with a child may have fewer skills and opportunities for employment, often perpetuating cycles of poverty.

Juravin reviewed and found these unconventional facts: 

Important Key Facts

  • 16 million teens between 15 and 19 will give birth each year. 
  • 2.5 million teens under the age of 16 will give birth.
  • 85% of girls who get pregnant keep the child either through marriage or choice, according to research

TEEN BIRTHS AFFECT SOCIETY

  • Based on their subsequent lower education, teen mothers may have fewer skills and opportunities for employment, often perpetuating cycles of poverty: child marriage reduces future earnings of girls by an estimated 9%. Juravin proposes that nationally, this can also have an economic cost, with countries losing out on the annual income that young women would have earned over their lifetimes if they had not had early pregnancies.
  • Every year, 15 million girls between the ages of 15 and 19 are married, and 90% of teen births tend to happen within the context of marriage. 
  • Teen mothers are more susceptible to anemia, high blood pressure, and gestational hypertension. Typically, because of the age and the unexpectedness of the pregnancy, most teen mothers are unlikely to receive prenatal care until later in the pregnancy. Juravin found that this can also lead to more risks in the pregnancy to both the mother and the child. 
  • Premature birth is also more likely, which can lead to other health complications for the child. Cerebral palsy, asthma, a block in mental development, hearing problems, digestion issues, sudden infant death, and bleeding in the brain are just a handful of issues that can occur after premature birth. 
  • Juravin warns that teen mothers are less likely to graduate from high school. 50% of teen mothers graduate or receive their GED by the age of 22, whereas 90% of teen women who do not give birth will graduate from high school. It is difficult for someone without a GED or a high school diploma to be employed in this society. 

Teen (adolescent) Birth Rate

Per 1,000 teens aged 15–19 years | lower is better | 2018 report  

Comparing USA Vs. Europe’s top countries (Germany, France, Italy) Vs. Israel 

WINNER: Euro-top

  • Euro-top’s adolescent birth rate is 1.39 times lower than the world average
  • Euro-top’s adolescent birth rate is 3.03 times lower than the USA
  • Euro-top’s adolescent birth rate is 1.32 times lower than Israel

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Research DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3533702

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USA DRUG DEATHS ARE 21 TIMES MORE THAN ISRAEL, GERMANY, FRANCE OR ITALY – RESEARCH BY DON JURAVIN

Don Karl Juravin (JURAVIN RESEARCH) conducted a world’s thorough study of the drug deaths comparing 230 countries.

Deaths From Drugs 

rate per 1,000,000 aged 15-64 | lower is better | 2018 report

Comparing USA Vs. Europe’s top countries (Germany, France, Italy) Vs. Israel

WINNER: Israel

  • Israel’s deaths from drugs are 4.28 times better than the world average
  • Israel’s deaths from drugs are 20.66 times better than the USA
  • Israel’s deaths from drugs are 1.01 times better than Euro-top

Annual deaths

230 countries compared

  • About 275 million people worldwide, which is roughly 5.6 percent of the global population aged 15–64 years, used drugs at least once during 2016.
  • Some 31 million people who use drugs suffer from drug use disorders, meaning that their drug use is harmful to the point where they may need treatment. 
  • Initial estimates suggest that, globally, 13.8 million young people aged 15–16 years used cannabis in the past year, equivalent to a rate of 5.6 percent. 
  • Roughly 450,000 people died as a result of drug use in 2015, according to WHO. Of those deaths, 167,750 were directly associated with drug use disorders (mainly overdoses). The rest were indirectly attributable to drug use and included deaths related to HIV and hepatitis C acquired through unsafe injecting practices. 
  • Opioids continued to cause the most harm, accounting for 76 percent of deaths where drug use disorders were implicated. 
  • Prevalence of people who inject drugs — some 10.6 million worldwide in 2016 — endure the greatest health risks. More than half of them live with hepatitis C, and one in eight live with HIV.
  • Total global opium production jumped by 65 percent from 2016 to 2017, to 10,500 tons, easily the highest estimate recorded by UNODC since it started monitoring global opium production at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
  • The surge in opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan meant that the total area under opium poppy cultivation worldwide increased by 37 percent from 2016 to 2017, to almost 420,000 ha. More than 75 percent of that area is in Afghanistan.

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Registered research DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3533270

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WHAT ARE YOUR CHANCES TO BE ROBBED IN EUROPE, USA OR ISRAEL? DON JURAVIN COMPARED

WHAT ARE YOUR CHANCES TO BE ROBBED IN EUROPE, USA OR ISRAEL? DON JURAVIN COMPARED

DON KARL JURAVIN compared the probability of getting robbed in France, USA, Germany, Israel, and Italy along with 230 countries

WORLD THEFT STATISTICS (by Don Juravin)

  • In one year, the United States had 6,135,529 thefts. 
  • In that same year, the top three countries in Europe–Italy, Germany, and France–had 3,553,105 thefts.
  • Israel, on the other hand, had a low 72,706 thefts.

Theft and assault have increased over ten years. 

In the United States, property crime has dropped somewhat. But larceny-theft is still the most common crime. In 2017, 5.5 million cases of larceny-theft were reported. 

The most common type of larceny-theft from the United States is the theft of items from motor vehicles. However, according to surveys, those who were polled responded that they believed there was more crime in the current year than before. This could be due to several psychological reasons. But Juravin believes that it is simply because less crime is reported. 

Larceny is considered to be the unlawful taking of property other than a motor vehicle from the possession of another, by stealth, without force or deceit. This includes pickpocketing, purse snatching, shoplifting, and thefts from motor vehicles. 

Theft is the completed stealing of property or cash, but without personal contact with the owner. If the offender has a legal right to be on the property, then it is considered theft. But if the offender has no right to be on the property, then it is breaking, and burglary. 

The most common time for burglary was between 12 p.m. and 4 p.m. This is probably because most people are away from their houses at this time, in their offices or places of work. 

While many people believe they will be robbed at night, nighttime burglaries, between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., only accounted for 17% of all burglaries. 

Burglars typically come in through the front door, the side door, or the basement door. The second most common way of gaining entry is through a first-floor window. However, sometimes that isn’t necessary. Many homeowners leave their doors unlocked. 

Summertime was also the peak time for robbery. Burglaries rose to 10% in the United States between June and August. The days are longer, and the weather is nicer. It’s not as nice to be out and about in the winter when it’s cold and brutal outside.

Theft in 230 countries statistics - comparison
Theft in 230 countries statistics – comparison

Comparing USA Vs. Europe’s top countries (Germany, France, Italy) Vs. Israel

WINNER: Israel

  • Israel’s theft at the national level is 1.74 times better than the world average
  • Israel’s theft at the national level is 2.1 times better than the USA

Israel’s theft at the national level is 1.84 times better than Euro-top

The state with the most reported burglaries is New Mexico, joined by Mississippi, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. These are states with lower populations and rural areas. The more populated states, like New York and California, experience fewer burglaries. 

The FBI estimated in 2017 that there are three burglaries every minute in America, which makes it the second most frequent crime. That’s 3,757 burglaries a day, and 1,371,305 burglaries a year

Burglars are more likely to target upstairs bedrooms, where they look for jewelry and cash. Most burglars do not aim to steal electronics, probably because of the bulky and fragile nature of televisions and computers. Anything of value that would fit in a pocket and help the burglar not to be seen would be taken. 

Most people who are robbed typically lose the monetary equivalent of two months of rent, or mortgage, or two weeks’ pay.

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