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  • Icahn to Be Paid $275,000 by Genesis - Los Angeles Times
    Jul 4, 2001 - Financier Carl Icahn will be paid $275000 by money-losing telemarketing company GenesisIntermedia Inc. to ... GenesisIntermedia, whose biggest outside shareholder is financier and arms merchant Adnan Khashoggi, last ...
  • The SEC,Adnan KhashoggiGenesisIntermedia and me
    Apr 17, 2006 - El-Batrawi,GenesisIntermedia,Adnan Khashoggi, ... financier CarlIcahn, who will figure later in our story for allowing his name be used to ...
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    U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
    Oct 7, 2007 - By carl icahn,paul singer,genesisintermedia on 10/6/2007 8:03:03 PM ... more than likely)in the GenesisIntermedia fraud of Adnan Khashoggi.
  • [CTRL] Fwd: 911 - "Dr." John Gray -- Adnan Khassoggi ...
    Sep 12, 2004 - The company, Inc., as it is licensed through state ... in chief for, said many ties between Khashoggi and bin Laden ... ties to GenesisIntermeida, Inc., include financier Carl Icahn, a major ...
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    Aug 16, 2008 - Khashoggi owns the Genesis Communications Network which ... Genesis Properties, Genesis; Genesis Delaware ... Carl Icahn the Jewish Casino Sayan helping OPERATION ALEX JONES?

  • Stock Case Puts Icahn Back in the Spotlight -

    The New York Times
    May 8, 2006 - Stock Case Puts Icahn Back in the Spotlight ... the Securities and Exchange Commission brought a closure of sorts to a Wall Street swindle, charging the financier Adnan Khashoggi in a stock-rigging scheme known as the Genesis Intermedia affair. ... Argentina Faces a Deadline for Hedge Fund Payments ...

    Stock Case Puts Icahn Back in the Spotlight

    Three weeks ago, the Securities and Exchange Commission brought a closure of sorts to a Wall Street swindle, charging the financier Adnan Khashoggi in a stock-rigging scheme known as the Genesis Intermedia affair.
    Now, in an echo of the five-year-old Genesis case, the corporate raider Carl Icahn has emerged as a major holder of a Nasdaq-traded stock, Intac International, writes The New York Post.
    [T]he billionaire who has lately emerged as the central figure in the Intac case is the same Wall Street moneyman who surfaced in the final weeks of the Genesis affair back in June of 2001, all teed up to become Mr. Khashoggi’s reluctant patsy — none other than corporate raider Carl Icahn.
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    Saudi Financier Khashoggi Settles SEC’s GenesisIntermedia Case
    April 01, 2010, 12:16 AM EDT

    By Edvard Pettersson

    April 1 (Bloomberg) -- Saudi Financier Adnan Khashoggi and former GenesisIntermedia Inc. Chief Executive Officer Ramy El- Batrawi settled a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit accusing them of orchestrating a stock fraud scheme.

    Khashoggi and El-Batrawi, without admitting or denying the allegations, agreed to be barred for five years from serving as an officer or director of a company that issues registered securities, the SEC said in filings yesterday in federal court in Los Angeles.

    The settlement doesn’t include any fine, George Newhouse, the lawyer for both men, said in a telephone interview.

    The SEC sued Khashoggi and El-Batrawi four years ago, saying they ran a $130 million scheme in which they loaned outGenesisIntermedia stock at market value while artificially inflating the stock price. They failed to repay the intermediary brokers when the scheme collapsed, the SEC said in the lawsuit.

    GenesisIntermedia is a defunct Van Nuys, California-based telemarketing company that sold the “Ab-Twister” exercise device and “Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus” relationship products through infomercials. Trading in GenesisIntermedia was halted in September 2001 after the shares plunged 65 percent.

    The wreckage caused the failure of some of the intermediary brokers that had handled the loans and saddled the Securities Investor Protection Corp. with a $42 million payout.

    Khashoggi, 74, is best known as an arms broker in the Iran- Contra scandal of the mid-1980s, when he served as middleman for illegal sales of weapons to Iran. He was often described then as one of the world’s richest men.

    The case is SEC v. Ramy El-Batrawi, 06-2247, U.S. District Court, Central District of California (Los Angeles.)

    --Editors: Peter Blumberg, Glenn Holdcraft.

    To contact the reporter on this story: Edvard Pettersson in Los Angeles at

    To contact the editor responsible for this story: David Rovella at

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