4-89 [Sting ops for insider trading]: I avoided trading with an insider information, but there were many CIA assets gaining personal interest from it

The CIA had run an operation to instigate me an insider trading. There were several individuals who told me an insider information, some of those were CIA assets. Just in case, I did not trade any with that information as I was pretty much aware that it was categorized as a crime.

 

I have not confirmed all of them, but some of the assets have been already identified and I have a confidence that these were CIA antipersonnel operations. It had continued for a decade to invite me for the insider trading world.

 

There are CIA assets in the financial industry which is written in the US government public paper, which is not a secret but their identities are just classified. There are intelligence assets to monitor me sent from the CIA or other intelligence agencies and I can name more than a dozen of them.

 

Having said that, there is a possibility that some of them have not realized what they have done as a job, meaning they definitely knew I was a target but did not know my background why I was targeted originally by the spy.

 

This is a necessary protocol for the spy to hide the truth from the enemy when their cover was blown up. Especially, the intelligence asset was expendable under dark for the final goal of the operation, but just to be assigned for each plot.

 

On the other hand, those CIA assets who told me an insider information definitely knew that I was a subject of the sting operation. The spy can manipulate them to do so with an electromagnetic wave, but they should have realized I have been a target, even if ordered to spread it to many investors.

 

They tried it many times, but I did not fall any of traps and they changed a plan to isolate me from others to be hired as an intelligence asset. Then, they have run several operations to frame me for the financial fraud, though all of them were failed.

 

Their next step was to avail a failed insider trading cases that they had investigated it continuously for years to create a false confession with an electromagnetic wave manipulation.

 

However, those were also failed which eventually led to a revelation that the CIA assets have conducted numerous illegal trading, some of those were critical social problems for some countries. The intelligence community was wrong originally, though they have enhanced their tortures against me to hide all of those.

 

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2-100-1 [Suicide under investigation]: An individual related to the insider chain committed a suicide

I would like to talk about one suicide along with an investigation into insider trading. I have no idea how many people died during the course, but the CIA, Japanese police intelligence and others had definitely driven many to death as usual.

 

This suicide was one of them that he died from a fall out of a building, when I was severely tortured in Hong Kong, in early 2012, after the industry-wide insider trading inspection started.

 

I saw an e-mail related to the insider trading in 2011, which he was involved in. The sender wrote to both of us that we could have got a return to buy a certain stock mentioned in the e-mail.

 

I believe we could have really got a profit to follow this instruction, as it was an information within the professional network. I actually did not know the outcome as I put myself away from these transactions, though it is still a difficult issue to define this either legal or illegal.

 

This e-mail is not enough to prosecute a trader as guilty, requiring more than just gaining a profit to buy this stock. However, this information was potentially an insider and was categorized as such when knowing it.

 

Practically speaking, you might avoid an illegality if the information is uncertain like this, but I have even avoided this type of information and tried to clarify whether this was legal in nature or not. When I was told this stock should go up, I always asked how they got a conviction or information always. If it was categorized as illegal, I definitely avoided trading with.

 

It was an unnecessary protocol to practice, though there was a possibility to be categorized as illegal when gaining a profit every time following that instruction. You might be prosecuted to know the information is illegal in nature inclusively. I even avoided this type of situation, hence there was no way I was involved in the insider trading case.

 

When I got this e-mail, I also sent back to him that I would not trade on this and he never gave me the same kind of information again. This initial decline was quite important as the information might be escalated into the apparent breach in the end. As said, I declined it, but the other receiver looked like to trade with this for a long time, which was actually written as such.

2-90-2 [Insider trading instigation]: You can get away from the trap as far as keeping a legality

In my case, I severely checked whether it was legal or not, even for the information categorized in the gray area. It is not a normal procedure as the majority of investors did not ask the detail, as its search might be ended up with the insider information.

 

Although, if you would like to protect yourself, you had better ask where the information comes from and do not trade with its information until confirmed as legal. This legal line is the only way to prevent you from an escalation of the illegal activity.

 

If you stay in the legal area, there is a zero risk down into the illegal, as there are enough room for the gray area in between. Although, if you believe you can get a lucrative return from the insider information, you are easily framed by this trap.

 

In this world, everything has a risk and return, which is true to the insider information, which is just too skewed to realize. Once the insider trading is found, it is categorized as a crime and its cost is too high, but it is not easily found by the financial authority.

 

This is not an issue of the normal distribution, which is classified as a risk of the extreme event. Therefore, if you assume this is a problem of the normal risk and return, you cannot realize how dangerous the insider trading is.

 

Furthermore, the extremal risk is usually underestimated, which holds true to the insider trading. All in all, you had better consider a legal risk for any transactions, otherwise you might conduct an illegal trading sloppily.

 

When the intelligence agency would like to frame you for the insider trading, they definitely start from the legal information with a quite useful insight, which is escalated into the illegal at some point. This escalation is so natural and you might assume an additional risk looks like quite low, but there is a tremendous division between legal and illegal. It is basically underestimated but you had better realize this fact, which is the only way you are going away from their trap.

 

Statistically speaking, even if the risk is quite minimum for each transaction, its expected value should be accumulated for multiple cases. It is purely wrong to assume each event is always independent. The risk here is a legal one, which you are exposed to all the time, notionally accumulated.

 

Your illegal transaction should be revealed in the end, even though the risk for each time looks quite low.

 

Additionally, the spy should confront these trades in the end, if you are framed by them. Then, you need to choose either working as their asset or being arrested. That is the normal procedure of the CIA and other intelligence agency.

 

There is another important fact. It is a fact written in the government paper that there are many intelligence assets working in the financial industry.

 

2-90-1 [Insider trading instigation]: CIA has a procedure to acquire the asset through leaking the insider information

I am pretty much sure that the CIA has given an insider information to the specific target who is eventually confronted by them for the illegal trading. Thereafter, the spy has offered an immunity to be exchanged with working for them as their asset.

 

This tactic is unique to the financial investment community, but if necessary, there should be other systematic methodologies to create their assets in different industries. I was one of their targets for this insider trading plot and can confirm which insider information was orchestrated by them.

 

After all, I was not framed by their strategy, though it might be obliged to write why there were so many people trading illegally. At least in those days, there were a plenty of insider information floated in the market. However, I had not known the detail as I declined to get an insider information when they leaked it to me. Therefore, I was basically kicked out of their information circle and had no idea how they were really connected.

 

Having said that, I knew there were weird movements of the stock prices and had also known some of the players who were selling the insider information. In the current law, their conducts were to be illegal, though I could not have confirmed they were under the law before the revision in 2014.

 

There has been much information, the majority of which are legal, even though they are useful. It is more like an insight rather than a concrete information, but if you get that useful information from the specific person, you shall trust this guy in the end.

 

It is a natural psychological process, but the CIA has availed this path as well. They at first provide nonillegal useful information to win the trust. Once they build up the faith, they are going to escalate to tell an insider information.

 

I declined their instigation at this time moment, hence I had no idea how the relationship went deeper from here. Although, I assume there should be a revelation of the crime and an offer working as their asset. Or, this individual might be untouched for the time being until really necessary to avail this guy in the future.

 

In any way, if you are buried in the insider information, your sense will be paralyzed to discern legal from illegal. It originally started from the usual information escalated into the illegal insider information, though you might not realize when you started to avail an insider information.

 

 

In my case, I severely checked whether it was legal or not, even for the information categorized in the gray area. It is not a normal procedure as the majority of investors did not ask the detail, as its search might be ended up with the insider information.

 

Although, if you would like to protect yourself, you had better ask where the information comes from and do not trade with its information until confirmed as legal. This legal line is the only way to prevent you from an escalation of the illegal activity.

 

If you stay in the legal area, there is a zero risk down into the illegal, as there are enough room for the gray area in between. Although, if you believe you can get a lucrative return from the insider information, you are easily framed by this trap.

 

In this world, everything has a risk and return, which is true to the insider information, which is just too skewed to realize. Once the insider trading is found, it is categorized as a crime and its cost is too high, but it is not easily found by the financial authority.

 

This is not an issue of the normal distribution, which is classified as a risk of the extreme event. Therefore, if you assume this is a problem of the normal risk and return, you cannot realize how dangerous the insider trading is.

 

Furthermore, the extremal risk is usually underestimated, which holds true to the insider trading. All in all, you had better consider a legal risk for any transactions, otherwise you might conduct an illegal trading sloppily.

 

When the intelligence agency would like to frame you for the insider trading, they definitely start from the legal information with a quite useful insight, which is escalated into the illegal at some point. This escalation is so natural and you might assume an additional risk looks like quite low, but there is a tremendous division between legal and illegal. It is basically underestimated but you had better realize this fact, which is the only way you are going away from their trap.

 

Statistically speaking, even if the risk is quite minimum for each transaction, its expected value should be accumulated for multiple cases. It is purely wrong to assume each event is always independent. The risk here is a legal one, which you are exposed to all the time, notionally accumulated.

 

Your illegal transaction should be revealed in the end, even though the risk for each time looks quite low.

 

Additionally, the spy should confront these trades in the end, if you are framed by them. Then, you need to choose either working as their asset or being arrested. That is the normal procedure of the CIA and other intelligence agency.

 

There is another important fact. It is a fact written in the government paper that there are many intelligence assets working in the financial industry.

 

2-89-2 [CIA insider trading]: CIA asset abused their power to take a lucrative profit as they were immune

The CIA actually conducted many measures to protect their asset, one of which was that a party who delivered an insider information was not prosecutable as there was no clear definition of its illegality in the law.

 

Although, practically speaking, the broker was assumed to be prosecuted as an accessory to the actual insider trading. That was why the CEO of Nomura was kicked out by the FSA.

 

However, there was a fault in this recognition as it was not clearly mentioned in the law, hence it was revised in 2014 that a broker of an insider information should be prosecuted for whatever reason. After all, there were gray areas between legal and illegal, which was arbitrarily judged by the FSA.

 

I had intentionally traded in the legal area, therefore there was no reason they should prosecute me. However, there were a plenty of others who were fallen into this gray area category, as the inspectors had really accessed to many transaction records. More precisely saying, they had conducted the illegal transaction from the practical point of view, but exempted later on as there was no clear definition of their illegality.

 

After all, the FSA lost this legal dispute and admitted any gray areas in those days were assumed to be legal. In the past, they could have handled this issue with their administrative authority, but it was not enough to shoot the CIA asset. It triggered a revision of the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act to bury a large part of the gray areas. In this course, a delivery of the insider information was categorized as an illegal activity.

 

This lost dispute left an unbalanced outcome, as the CEO of Nomura had been already fired by the FSA. The FSA’s arbitrary power was wrongly and irregularly executed to the certain party. As a reality, there were many people who conducted more unlawful behavior than fired employees of Nomura, though they have been intact in the industry. I knew this fact personally. All in all, the FSA was too wrong in any perspective, as they believed they could have conducted the right regulation without any legal righteousness.

 

There was no fairness during this process, as the CIA asset was exempted from a prosecution, basically in Japan. That was partially because the police left them intact under the name of give-and-take. It eventually created many corrupted players taking a lucrative profit for the insider information, but no way to be prosecuted.

 

2-89-1 [CIA insider trading]: CIA has used insider information to frame a target

I have no idea whether there is an insider information flowing still in the market, but there was at least in the past. I had never transacted with such an information and said many times not to send that kind of information, which indicated there were a lot of insider information.

Just in case, I had never heard of it from Nomura but from other several brokers. There were several proofs that I got that kind of information and declined them responsively. Moreover, the police intelligence and CIA did know that I had nothing to do with the insider trading and even declining it, as that was a part of their operation. They had availed an insider information to induce me to conduct an illegal activity.

There is one critical issue that the CIA assets are less likely to be arrested for any illegal financial transactions even though their insider trading is uncovered. As a matter of fact, there are many CIA assets in the financial industry, which is not a secret. Its fact is written in the US government paper, just not revealing who are their assets.

In truth, there were people who were involved with the insider trading but not arrested, even under the nation-wide inspection on this case in 2012. Some of them were confirmedly CIA assets, often exempted from any legal prosecution as a result of give-and-take with the police intelligence. The basic notion should be the same in the US that there are a plenty of people who are exempted from the legal prosecution, as they have worked for the CIA.

In other words, the CIA operation was linked to the insider trading. If they intentionally leak an illegal information to one of their target who makes a transaction accordingly, they can obtain this target as an asset. It also notionally means the CIA asset is exempted from any legal prosecution at least for the insider trading.

As a result, there have been many people opaquely trading with the insider information. They were also inspected in 2012, as the police intelligence and CIA could not have controlled the whole investigation as they had no authority. All they could do was to energize the nation-wide campaign to suck me down with a faked alarm and torture to compel me accepting their false charge.

There were other parties, such as attorney prosecutors, FSA, SEC and HKMA which were deceived by the intelligence community, but they were also interested in an investigation of other financial crimes found along the course.

In the end, the CIA assets became a target of this investigation of other authorities. They were not able to stop this move, as an identity of the asset should have been revealed if the investigation were halted improperly. My understanding is that the intelligence circle proceeded an investigation to render me harmless and coped with a CIA asset case, later on not to be prosecuted.

The CIA actually conducted many measures to protect their asset, one of which was that a party who delivered an insider information was not prosecutable as there was no clear definition of its illegality in the law.

Although, practically speaking, the broker was assumed to be prosecuted as an accessory to the actual insider trading. That was why the CEO of Nomura was kicked out by the FSA.

However, there was a fault in this recognition as it was not clearly mentioned in the law, hence it was revised in 2014 that a broker of an insider information should be prosecuted for whatever reason. After all, there were gray areas between legal and illegal, which was arbitrarily judged by the FSA.

I had intentionally traded in the legal area, therefore there was no reason they should prosecute me. However, there were a plenty of others who were fallen into this gray area category, as the inspectors had really accessed to many transaction records. More precisely saying, they had conducted the illegal transaction from the practical point of view, but exempted later on as there was no clear definition of their illegality.

After all, the FSA lost this legal dispute and admitted any gray areas in those days were assumed to be legal. In the past, they could have handled this issue with their administrative authority, but it was not enough to shoot the CIA asset. It triggered a revision of the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act to bury a large part of the gray areas. In this course, a delivery of the insider information was categorized as an illegal activity.

This lost dispute left an unbalanced outcome, as the CEO of Nomura had been already fired by the FSA. The FSA’s arbitrary power was wrongly and irregularly executed to the certain party. As a reality, there were many people who conducted more unlawful behavior than fired employees of Nomura, though they have been intact in the industry. I knew this fact personally. All in all, the FSA was too wrong in any perspective, as they believed they could have conducted the right regulation without any legal righteousness.

There was no fairness during this process, as the CIA asset was exempted from a prosecution, basically in Japan. That was partially because the police left them intact under the name of give-and-take. It eventually created many corrupted players taking a lucrative profit for the insider information, but no way to be prosecuted.

2-86-2 [Insider trading inspection]: Spy knew no illegal but tried hard to create a false confession

I have actually doubted or more like convinced that the Japanese police have created a false confession with this methodology for a long time. There was no concrete proof as I was not fallen to accept, but I have felt quite often intrigued by false charges when living under this anxiety created by the electromagnetic wave.

 

I felt the life became easier when giving myself up to them. It indicated that they knew quite well how the wave worked to have their subject to accept the false charge, which was a confirmation that they produced false criminals.

 

The only reason I was not involved in the insider trading was that I intentionally avoided a trade which might be related to the insider information. I recognized that any crimes should be revealed sooner or later, hence I shunned an illegal financial transaction.

 

As said, I have a master of law and have more understood the legal system than any one of them amongst the trader and fund manager. It was my original intention to avoid any illegal transactions when working in this industry and I was extremely cautious about the insider trading.

 

That was why I was confident I had nothing to do with the insider case and that was why I declined to accept their false charged even though I was tortured and felt an extreme anxiety created by the electromagnetic wave.

 

There was another reason that I had made up my mind not to sign any oral statements prepared by them. In the past, there were many innocent people stuck by police framing due to a sign on this paper. Even if it was scripted by the attorney prosecutor, it was accepted as a proof once signing on its document. You can argue the voluntariness of this paper during the trial, but it won’t be submitted to the court unless there is a signature of the confession.

 

However, there is a critical issue in the Japanese legal system that this accused person is put into a custody until the trial concludes otherwise, which means you are out of the society for the next several years unless signing it. Even if the statement mentions two ways, the subject’s view of innocence and admitting a wrongdoing, it is assumed to be a criminal confession. In this way, the prosecutor sneakily creates an evidence there is a crime to be prosecuted.

 

The only way to escape from this trap is to fight, even though kept in a custody for the next several years. Contrarily, the police and prosecutor understand they cannot forge an evidence and confession against this target. That was why they could not have arrested me without any reasons, which was why they remotely interrogated me through my friends and acquaintances, as they could not have confined me as there was no crime.

 

Their only target from the middle of this investigation was a false charge. Or, more precisely, they knew there was no crime when starting to inspect the insider case, just to create a false confession with intimidations and tortures, as they knew I had nothing to do with it originally.