Bradley & Becker

Post#1029 by Guest Jun. 26, 2021, 04:09PM

Worthless parasites. - Yes                                          Needs Real justice - YUP

 

 

 

Post#1028 by Guest Jun. 24, 2021, 12:56PM

These worthless parasitic specs can burn in hell. They thought the money would keep rolling in from new investors, so instead of using the money to start building these projects, they used it to buy future properties to develop. When the world markets crashed in 2008, there were no new investors. They couldn't start any of the projects, because all the money was used to buy all the development properties (Palm Springs, California was one of them), some was probably sent to a Swiss bank and some went towards their lavish lifestyles. So, what happened to all the properties they bought in other countries, with all the Canadian Bridgecreek Crowsnest investors? Those properties should be the property of the investors who lost the money. The courts should order the sale of those and distribute the proceeds accordingly. Of course it may not come close to the amount the investors put in, but at least they could get something back. These thieves need real justice, not the paltry sentence that Bradley received or the discharge for Becker. Does anybody know what happened to the foreign properties these thieves bought?

Post#1027 by Guest Mar. 25, 2021, 09:41AM

It's taken victims over 12 years to get over the financial hit because of this scam. Some will never recover. Some are deceased. The stress from this fiasco may have contributed to their demise.

And this Spawn of Satan gets 3 1/2 years? Only to get out ( probably early) to enjoy the loot. Good luck.

And the other weasel gets nothing, still allowed to go as he pleases, still allowed to travel internationally, 

Will possibly see them walking those streets someday people. Maybe they'll start a new "business" .

Warn your friends and family.

I will continue to advocate for the victim.

Anyone have a clue where the 10's of millions of dollars went? (Or 100 million as the previous poster said?) Did that important information come out in the trial?

Was it a Ponzi scheme? ( Winners and losers?)

Post#1026 by Guest Mar. 23, 2021, 07:35PM

It was more than 800 people and more than 55 million.

Around 2000 people were hurt (River run, bridgegate, big Horn projects), and about 100 million was raised and stolen.  Where the money went is still a mystery.

The prosecutor only focused on the Bridgegate project for some reason. I guess it was the most egregious and had the biggest chance of conviction.

The boys are probably still very rich, but Bradley is very old, and at the twilight of his life, so..ya, hopefully 2024. 

Post#1025 by Guest Mar. 23, 2021, 04:09PM

Well, the worst Bradley/Becker could have got for the charge was 10 years/120 months.  With the plea bargain, Bradley gets 42 months & Becker walks.

Of course, it doesn’t help any of the 800+ people that lost $33 - 55 million - but some justice does seem to have been done.  At least one of the villains is now not having such a good life.  Let’s hope that Bradley doesn’t get “remission for good behaviour” and stays out of society until 2024.
 
Probably the best to be hoped for - time to move on.
Post#1024 by Guest Mar. 23, 2021, 09:27AM

And good at least Bradley is going to the clink. I hope he meets some very interesting people.

I guess Becker will be walking the streets.

Post#1023 by Guest Mar. 23, 2021, 09:21AM

Maybe they will learn to become half human and pay the money back to the victims. If not, they can rot in hell.

Post#1022 by Whitness Mar. 22, 2021, 07:32PM

Bradley got 42 months. Becker charges were stayed.

Post#1021 by Guest Mar. 21, 2021, 07:23PM

Any news on these 2 plugs?

Post#1020 by Guest Jan. 15, 2021, 05:37PM

White Porsche.

Post#1019 by Guest Dec. 08, 2020, 06:32PM

White baby grand piano.

Ceiling to floor back wall opening up to the pool area and Palm Springs mountain views.

How many hours of their lives did true working people have to toil, be away from children, contribute to society, so these opulent things could be so easily attained by some.

Post#1018 by Guest Nov. 13, 2020, 04:09PM

Don't forget the antique Rolls Royce.They certainly flaunted the fruits of other people's labour.

Post#1017 by Guest Nov. 12, 2020, 01:22PM

I'm trying my best to work up a tear here for these guys.

Nope, can't do it.

They lived the high life for a while didn't they, on other people's money.

Old guy will be an octogenarian by the time he gets out.

So much for the mansions and sports cars.

Was it worth it?

Post#1016 by Guest Nov. 10, 2020, 03:24PM

The BBoy’s (latest) lawyer told them that their “morally innocent” defence would probably fail and that they would get even more jail time than the prosecution was asking for if they went to trial and were found guilty.

On September 13, 2019, Bradley pleads guilty to theft over $5,000 contrary to section 334(a) of the Criminal Code of Canada.  It’s a plea bargain: “Bradley wanted to save Mr. Becker from the possibility of incarceration.”

Sometime in 2020, Bradley decides that he wants to revoke/expunge his guilty plea and go to trial anyway.

On August 11, 2020, the Queen’s Bench Court throws out this latest BBoy attempt to avoid justice with the words: “The application to expunge is denied and his (Bradley’s) sentencing shall proceed accordingly.”

Don’t know if another appeal is going on, what the sentence was, and when it will take effect.

Anyone got any more news?

Post#1015 by Guest Nov. 01, 2020, 02:27PM

Whatever became of the case, is it still hung up in the courts ? I Google periodically, but there is never any information. 

Post#1014 by Guest Nov. 01, 2020, 12:32PM

Last I read they were going to sue the RCMP and the FBI because they are such beautiful and righteous human beings who were falsely accused.

Post#1013 by Guest Oct. 30, 2020, 05:38PM

Hi there, yes it sure would be great to hear some news. Thanks

Post#1012 by Guest Oct. 30, 2020, 02:37PM

Anyone want to hear the latest about these two?

All the previous comments have been hacked with rubbish.

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