By publicly failing to disclose (when invited to do so) the exact rate at which losing-victims have been churned through his organization's dissimulated pyramid fraud, whilst steadfastly pretending that the majority of persons who have signed up for the (so-called) 'Herbalife MLM income opportunity' (and who have given their time and money to the company) have done so without any expectation of receiving future profits and were really just 'discount customers,' Mr. Walsh has quite obviously committed wire fraud and attempted to obstruct justice on CNBC and Bloomberg. However, his recent broadcast interviews in the USA only form part of a world-wide overall pattern of ongoing, major, racketeering activity (as defined by the US federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, 1970).
|'MLM income opportunity' racketeer, Des Walsh|
Later in the day, 'Herbalife' Boss, Michael Johnson, attempted to denigrate everyone challenging the authenticity of his organization's financial fairy story. He steadfastly pretended that he can't say for certain where his company's declared $ multi-billions annual 'sales' revenue has actually come from. He also claimed to have recently hit on the bright idea of hiring a firm of commercial analysts to find out this key-information for him. In other words, Mr. Johnson (who exhibits the classic characteristics of a manipulative sociopath) imagines that he can still obstruct a federal investigation of his clandestine crimes by pretending that he wants to protect US tax-payers by bringing in his own private sector investigators.
Today, Mr. Johnson has quite obviously committed wire fraud and attempted to obstruct justice on CNBC. This broadcast interview in the USA, as well as Mr. Johnson's co-opting of certain academically-qualified 'MLM' sophists to support his narcissistic inversion of reality, form yet more parts of a world-wide overall pattern of ongoing, major, racketeering activity (as defined by the US federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, 1970).
David Brear (copyright 2013)