The SPRITITUAL ARMAGEDDON: Modern Version of the Count of Monte Cristo!
Too Bad They Have NOT Repented!...Corrupt LDS Leaders, Steve Studdert, Dick & Chris Nemelka, Craig Schneider, Arthur Nielson, etc. have all attacked the TRUTH!!!
***All "Mormon Mafia/Danite Warriors" e.g. Corrupt Mormons need to REPENT!
The LDS Church will repent and be cleansed AND THEN will be the PURE Gospel/church of God! The LDS scriptures warn and foretell of the corruption which would require "much restoration" to restore the pure knowledge of God (2 Nephi 3:24). The scriptures foretell that the pure knowledge that Jesus IS God the Eternal Father will cover the earth.
Steven Studdert finally exposed as a corrupt Con Artist! (See SLTribune article below). He has embezzled money from many others who have NOT gone to court against him. In addition, he was FIRED by Nancy Reagan after political assasination attempt on Ronald Reagan (Easy verification with research).
(Pres. Reagan told Steve what really happened when MKUltra mind-controlled John HINCKLEY (elite family friends with Bush) shot him and that Security Officer Steve Studdert's firing was for betrayal. LDS "Mormon Mafia/Mason" Studdert took orders from top church leaders...)
Top LDS leader revealed that high LDS church positions go to those who are blindly-obedient and willing to do ANYTHING they are told and/or have lots of money!
The Armageddon is a SPIRITUAL WAR with HEAVEN now in full fight against "The Great and ABOMINABLE LDS Church." In the news, we are witnessing events: Provo Tabernacle Burns, Stake Center in Lynnwood, WA Burns, two LDS churches in SLC, UT, unnecessary shootings of innocent people by "mind-controlled" individuals (CIA/LDS MKUltra abusive mind-control program ?), etc. Seek Truth over Tradition and PLZ Repent!
In December, 1989 President George Bush Sr. appoints Stephen M. Studdert to the Regional HUD position (HUD fraud occurred under Studdert ~ under investigation which destroyed mortgage market...) and transfers him to Utah to take out Steve Davis. In June, 1989 President Ezra Taft Benson called Studdert to be a Stake President in the Washington DC area.
Studdert embezzled a LARGE sum of MONEY from fellow Provo & Washington DC church member, Middle Eastern Omar Kader, (who sells aviation repair technology world wide). Omar reported this to Steve Davis during a conversation after Omar's political taped propoganda speech to bash FBI (while promoting the image of the LDS/CIA mind-controllers). This happened at the Hinckley Political Science Building at U of U in 2003. Karen Davis asked for the microphone during question/answer time and spoke out against Omar's obviously biased speech and a very nervous, agitated Kadar ordered the taping to be stoppped! as it refuted his claims he had been sent in to deliver to impressionable college students! He met with us afterwards to smooth things over after exposing how flustered he became during the taping of Karen asking a question which reversed his message during the presentation to the U college students. The fact that Studdert tried to con Omar out of money and refused to pay it back UNTIL threatened with LDS church court action is an example of Gadianton taking out Gadianton... In the present case of theft of money by deception as reported in the SLC Tribune article given below, Studdert simply moved out of the ward boundaries and so even the threat of LDS church court action had no impact. With Omar, Studdert didn't care if legal action was taken against him (as Omar informed us) since he knew the judges and lawyers were bought off with Bush backing him. Afterall, he had done his job for Bush while working in security "to protect" Reagan during the assassination attempt... thef
Published: January 10, 2011 10:28PM
Updated: January 11, 2011 12:23AM
Steve Studdert stands with his son David at base camp of the Utah Hospital Task Force in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Credit: Justin M. Bowen
Last spring, fresh from pulling off a hastily organized relief mission to earthquake-devastated Haiti, Stephen Studdert announced ambitious plans to build the American Hospital of Haiti. “We’re well on our way to opening next January in time for the quake’s first anniversary,” he told The Salt Lake Tribune.
But behind the scenes, the self-described philanthropist was being hounded by creditors: investors in a failed technology startup; mortgage lenders who in December agreed to a short sale of his Alpine home; and John A. Nichols, a friend and neighbor who fronted Studdert $240,000 for his first mission to Haiti.
Undaunted, Studdert persisted with plans for the hospital, raising money through Americans Helping Haiti — until last week when the nonprofit folded.
For Haiti, the charity’s demise is another disappointment in a turbulent year of recovery. What it means for Studdert and his creditors is unclear.
“I’m not sure he has the money to repay me,” said Nichols, who sued Studdert in October. “I just want to prevent someone else from being hurt. Maybe if someone does a web search under his name, they’ll think twice before giving him money.”
Studdert, 63, has not responded in recent months to repeated requests for an interview, but friends say he is standing by his word to repay legitimate debts, instead of discharging them through bankruptcy.
To the rescue • According to his lawsuit, Nichols was invited by Studdert to be part of what was later billed as the largest non-military response team to Haiti, the Utah Hospital Task Force.
“Here’s a man who was two times a stake president and mission president [for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]. You assume he’s a man of integrity,” said Nichols, who agreed to handle the logistics of transporting the team of medical personnel and translators overseas.
Said Nichols’ wife, Catia, “I was afraid for him to go to Haiti, but reasoned if it’s good for other children of God, then he should go.”
Days before the team was scheduled to leave on a chartered airplane, Studdert told Nichols that despite large sums of money donated to the effort — including $50,000 in uncleared checks and half-a-million from a single donor — he did not have sufficient cash to pay for the flight.
Nichols offered to loan him $150,000. The deal was sealed with a handshake and, according to the lawsuit, assurances from Studdert that Nichols would be repaid. Later, Nichols fronted another $90,000 for a return charter after plans to fly volunteers home on U.S. military and Delta flights crumbed.
“Rather than having 120 doctors and nurses stranded in Haiti and us being on CNN, I wired the money,” said Nichols. To date, he has been reimbursed $50,000, he said.
Money and promises • Studdert remains in Utah and is now involved with an Orem-based company that has federal approval to help foreign entrepreneurs invest in Utah businesses in exchange for work visas and eventually U.S. citizenship. Friends describe him as a “visionary.”
“Steve is the kind of guy who can put a group of people around a table and say, ‘Teach us how to build a hospital,’ ” said Thomas Murdock, a longtime friend and treasurer for Americans Helping Haiti.
An advance man for three U.S. presidents, Studdert orchestrated George Herbert Walker Bush’s inauguration. He chaired Utah’s Centennial Commission, served a stint as president of the small College of Southern Virginia, which promotes the standards of the LDS Church, and with his sons has run venture capital and political consulting groups.
But Nichols is not the first to accuse Studdert of making big promises to draw money, then not following through on repayment.
He was an executive officer for Draper-based Fonix Corp., a voice-recognition technology company, when its stockholders sued over a deal that allegedly benefitted management over stockholders. The suit was eventually settled out of court.
And for the past two years, he’s been exchanging legal blows with partners in a failed start-up. Time Critical Solutions, LLC was supposed to manufacture miniaturized communications technology for the military. But it never got off the ground.
Studdert was the money guy, financing the company through his venture capital firm, Mantford Ventures. He claims in a lawsuit that employees of the company quit and ran off with the technology, which they then sold to another company in Delaware, ACOMM Inc.
But the employees deny selling the technology and in a countersuit are seeking damages, claiming the funding never materialized.
“They’re the ones who were hurt. They all left jobs on Studdert’s promises that he would finance this. But there was no funding for development of anything, not even for lab space or office space,” said their lawyer, Steve McMurray in Salt Lake City.
Meanwhile, two Utahns are suing Studdert to recoup money they loaned him for the venture. Jose Valle and Elizabeth Anderson have separate judgments against Studdert and other defendants for a combined $81,000.
Studdert was supposed to appear at a state court hearing in Provo last Friday, where Valle’s lawyer, Nelson T. Abbott, was hoping to discover “what assets and property he has.” But he didn’t show.
“We’ve had trouble getting him served,” said Abbott. “Good people can have their businesses go belly up, but he was pretty sloppy. … To raise money, you have to prove you have credited investors and you have to give certain disclosures. My client got very little information about the business he invested in.”
Studdert’s lawyer Stephen Quesenberry said Studdert is doing everything he can to get everyone paid.
“Imagine you have a great idea, you get your friends and business associates to invest in it, and then your employees run off with the idea … and leave [you] holding the bag,” he said.
New charity fizzles • Abbott acknowledges that Studdert made four $1,000 payments to Valle between May and August 2010 — about the same time Studdert was building what he hoped would be a $10 million to $20 million endowment for his Haiti hospital.
Studdert kicked off fundraising at a dinner banquet headlined by Mormon apostle Elder M. Russell Ballard and attended by Utah Gov. Gary Herbert. He organized a bike race in Heber and planned a “major dance exhibition” in Las Vegas and other events in Boston, New York and Miami. And he launched Million Mothers for Haiti, a social networking scheme to urge women to make small donations of $12.
To date, there has been no full accounting of his charity’s finances. The board has only met three times by phone and has never reviewed financial statements, according to one of its members, Douglas E. Bywater, a lawyer in Virginia.
In April, after failed tries to get Studdert to register his charity with the Utah Department of Commerce, the Division of Consumer Protection fined Studdert $500. Murdock paid the fine and filed the required paperwork.
Studdert now claims no affiliation with the charity other than as visionary and volunteer, though its now-defunct website once listed him as CEO and president.
When the nonprofit dissolved, Murdock said any remaining funds will be contributed to “urgent medical needs in Haiti.”
Murdock denies ever promising to repay Nichols. Still, half of the $106,000 raised for the Utah Hospital Task Force went to Nichols, Murdock said, without detailing how the rest was spent.
The hospital is a venture separate from the trip, explained Murdock. “There’s no way we’re going to misappropriate money. We’re not going to collect money for the hospital and have it wind up paying for a lawsuit.”
Nichols recently sold his trade show booth manufacturing business, Nichols Inc., and his family of six is on solid financial footing.
“I don’t want sympathy. I’m in a position in life where no one should feel sorry for me. I’ve been blessed,” he said. Had Studdert admitted he didn’t have the money, Nichols said, he would have worked with him to find a solution.
“He shouldn’t have started the hospital without making good on his other promises,” he said.
Tribune reporter Christopher Smart contributed to this report.
Studdert’s mission to Haiti
Under the name Utah Hospital Task Force, Stephen Studdert organized a “rescue and relief” mission to Haiti. The group treated 5,000 patients, performed hundreds of surgeries and aided the emigration of dozens of orphans to adoptive parents in the U.S.
I have been in touch with Kirsten Stewart for years at the Salt Lake Tribune about Utah Corruption. She just wrote an excellent article about my former Highland, Utah Stake President, Stephen M. Studdert.
In December, 1989 President George Bush Sr. appoints Stephen M. Studdert to the Regional HUD position (HUD fraud occurred under Studdert ~ under investigation which destroyed mortgage market...) and transfers him to Utah to take out Steve Davis. In June, 1989 President Ezra Taft Benson called Studdert to be a Stake President in the Washington DC area. Studdert embezzles large sum of money from fellow Middle Eastern, Provo & Washington DC church member, Omar Kader, (who sells aviation repair technology) as Omar reported to Steve Davis after Omar's political taped propoganda speech to bash FBI (not LDS/CIA mind-controllers) at Hinckley Political Science room at U of U. Karen Davis spoke out against obviously biased speech and the Middle Eastern LDS Member ordered the taping to be stoppped!
In March, 1989 President Benson secretly and privately met with Steve Davis and asked him to be a BYU Bishop. This was one month before Benson's famous "pride" talk to the Church where he called the members and the Church condemned because they don't read or understand the Book of Mormon.
In December, 1989 Studdert buys a home in Highland, Utah in the same ward of Steve Davis (Highland Second Ward), but Davis is a BYU Bishop at the time! Then Studdert is called to be a member of a BYU Stake Presidency!
After Davis finishes his five-plus years at the BYU (High Councilman & Bishop), in 1991 Steve enrolls at Utah Valley State College to become a Private investigator/Paralegal to expose Studdert (who grew up in Spanish Fork and is three years older than Steve Davis).
In December, 2000 Davis moves to Vista, San Diego County, California for his Pilot-less Air Cargo Airport Project with the Royal Family of Japan and the Government of Free Vietnam (signed contract, 1/26/2001). In July, 2001 Stephen Studdert moves to Carlsbad, San Diego County, California (5 miles from Davis' home) to become the Mission President for the LDS Church..............Studdert keeps following Davis in an attempt to take him OUT!
In October, 2001, the month after 9/11 Studdert claims Davis is a terrorist, affiliated with Osama bin Laden. On February 3, 2002 the FBI clears Davis of this false charge. In March, 2002 Davis sues Studdert for defamation.
Everything reversed and Davis takes out Studdert in February, 2003 Steve establishes "case law" to sue Studdert and others in any state court in the US
Through Patience, one gets to allow Revenge to be easy......because Gadiantons will take out Gadiantons.......like Stephen M. Studdert. For all Kanco Stockholders, please be entertained what is in the news today about Studdert.
Omar M. Kader was born in Provo, Utah.
Mormonism and Islam
Commonality and Cooperation Between Abrahamic Faiths
March 10-11, 2011, Utah Valley University, Centre Stage (Student Center)
The eleventh annual UVU Mormon Studies Conference will engage in a comparative exploration of Islam and Mormonism. Scholars and practitioners will reflect on points of connection and contrast between two traditions that face challenges related to public awareness and social inclusion. This two-day event will explore a variety of issues for Mormons and Muslims including 1) religious freedom and public perception, 2) mutual goals and cooperative endeavors, 3) areas of theological connection and divergence, and 4) efforts at dialogue and bridge-building.
Within a year of the founding of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1830, detractors of Mormonism began to compare this new religious movement to Islam. Referring to Joseph Smith as “the modern Mahomet,” these early comparisons reflected religious prejudices of the day and were intended to marginalize Mormons and Muslims in American social and political culture. The aim of this conference is to enhance public understanding of religious diversity and to explore two traditions at the epicenter of discussion in American religious discourse.
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Omar M. Kader is the founder, chairman, and owner of Pal-Tech, Inc. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Southern California in International Relations. He served as the executive director of the United Palestinian Appeal and executive director of the Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC), a civil rights organization. He teaches seminars at several universities and is currently chairman of the Board of the Middle East Policy Council. Dr. Kader's studies and lectures focus on democracy promotion and US Foreign Policy in the Middle East. He has served as an official international election monitor in Palestine, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Morocco, Yemen and Indonesia. After high school Kader attended UVU, which was then called Utah Trade Technical Institute.
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