Pearson Found Guilty in Fraud Case

Christopher Pearson, the former Mashantucket Pequot tribal official convicted of defrauding investors in a Honduran resort project that never materialized, was sentenced today to 21 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release. U.S. District Judge Robert N. Chatigny also ordered Pearson to pay restitution to his victims. According to evidence presented during […]

Tribal Court Seals Records

Excerpt: Documents related to the settlement of a lawsuit against Christopher Pearson, the former Mashantucket Pequot tribal official accused of defrauding investors in a Honduran real estate deal, have been sealed by the tribal court. Terms of the settlement are “NOT subject to public/media knowledge,” reads an entry made in the case file following a […]

Gray Traffic Tunnel Discovered

A tunnel built to intercept 5,600 Hondutel telephone lines was discovered beneath the street between 4th Avenue and 2nd Street in the Concepcion neighborhood of San Pedro Sula. The tunnel of fraud was located below a shopping area where several small shops sell clothes and other products. Hondutel technicians, the prosecutor on duty, and members […]

Zelaya Won the Vote through Fraud

The presidential candidate of the Democratic Unification Party (UD), Cesar Ham, admitted yesterday that its leader, Manuel Zelaya Rosales, confessed to having won the elections through electoral fraud. During participation in the program “Issues of the Day”, the political leader acknowledged that some time ago, Zelaya Rosales admitted that he won the election by fraud, […]