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Thursday, April 13th, 2023, 11:29 am

Holding Sirius Corporation Criminally Accountable

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Time for Sirius Management to Face Prison
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Summary: The crimes of Sirius ‘Open Source’ are very serious; we’ve come to the point now where it’s more or less a countdown ahead of arrests or class action lawsuit (or both)

TODAY we published a lot of material about Sirius ‘Open Source’ and since recording the above video we’ve published a little more.

In light of what Standard Life told us last night (they sent a letter at night, which is unusual for firms that work 9 to 5), we’re now progressing the case against a company that defrauded GNU/Linux system administrators, Free software specialists, programmers and so on.

This is now a criminal matter. Several people need to be arrested.

The issue is further complicated by an NDA signed with the Gates Foundation (we don’t even know the details of it). The principal fraudster now resides in Washington, the state. To get full accountability they will likely have to issue an extradition warrant (sent from authorities in the UK to the US). This adds a number of new dimensions, including the divorce. The financial fugitive has many liabilities in the UK. Some of these issues are discussed in length in the video above.

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