On November 23, 2011, a lawsuit of unprecedented proportions was filed with the U.S. District Court in the Southern District of New York.
The lawsuit, filed by Neil Keenan who is acting as a representative of the Dragon Family, takes aim at a variety of well-known individuals and institutions that span the entire globe and encompass both the public and private sectors.
The Plaintiff, Neil Keenan, claims that he was entrusted back in 2009 with financial instruments which included Federal Reserve Notes worth $124.5 billion, two Japanese government bonds which have a combined face value of $19 billion, and a U.S. “Kennedy” bond which carries a face value of $1 billion by The Dragon Family, a group of very wealthy and reclusive Asian families.
According to the lawsuit, the accrued interest value of these instruments alone was $1 trillion back in 2009, when the alleged crime against Keenan (and hence the Dragon Family) occurred.
You can view the document here at Pacer.gov, for eight cents a page. Type in “Keenan, Neil” under the “Party Name” tab and reference “2011-cv-8500,” filed on November 23, 2011.
As reported by Dan McCue of Courthouse News Service, the only mainstream news organization to cover this lawsuit to date, “In his remarkable complaint, Keenan claims that the U.S. government [received] enormous amounts of money – delivered in gold and other precious metals – from the Dragon Family many years ago, and that the money was placed into the Federal Reserve System for the benefit and underwriting support of the dollar, ‘which was to become and currently remains the global reserve currency.’”
Keenan further describes the Dragon Family in his lawsuit by stating that:
The Dragon Family abstains from public view and knowledge, but, upon information and belief, acts for the good and better benefit of the world in constant coordination with higher levels of global financial organizations, in particular, the Federal Reserve System. During the course of its existence over the last century, the Dragon family has accumulated great wealth by having provided the Federal Reserve Bank and the United States Government with Asset assignments of gold and silver via certain accounts held in Switzerland, for which it has received consideration in the form of a variety of Notes, Bonds, and Certificates such as those described . . . that are an obligation of the Federal Reserve System.
However, the lawsuit does not merely target the Federal Reserve.
Below is the list of defendants provided in the document filed with the U.S. District Court:
Daniele Dal Bosco
The Office of International Treasury Control
Ray C. Dam (individually, and as President of OITC)
David A. Sale (individually and as Deputy Chief of the Council for the Cabinet of OITC)
The United Nations
Ban Ki-moon (individually and as Secretary General of the UN)
H.E. Ambassador Laura Mirachian (individually, and as Permanent Representative of the Italian Mission to the U.N. in Geneva)
Italian Financial Police
Silvio Berlusconi, Former Prime Minister of Italy
The World Economic Forum
World Economic Forum U.S.A., Inc.
Giancarlo Bruno (individually and as Head of the Banking Industry of WEF)
The incident that directly relates to Keenan’s lawsuit dates back to 2009, when two Japanese citizens were detained in Italy, and the bonds they were holding, which totaled $134.5 billion, were seized. The two men were Mitsuyoshi Watanabe and Akihiko Yamaguchi; the latter being considered Neil Keenan’s predecessor in acting as an agent of the Dragon Family.
This incident was reported early on by the mainstream media, even making its way up to Glenn Beck’s television show shortly after it occurred. However, the story quickly disappeared from the mainstream and has not reported on since.
Here are some mainstream reports on the incident which are still available online.
Bloomberg News: http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/
news?pid=newsarchive&sid= ayy1QKcwcGN0Daily Kos: http://www.dailykos.com/ story/2009/06/13/742096/- Japan,Italy,and-US,-134- Billion-in-US-Bonds-Smuggling- CaseAsia Times: http://www.asianews.it/index. php?l=en&art=15456&size=A Two articles from the Underground Investor: http://www. theundergroundinvestor.com/ 2009/06/the-strange- inconsistencies-behind-the- 134-5-billion-bearer-bond- mystery/ [AND] http://www. theundergroundinvestor.com/ 2009/07/possible-links-to-a- coming-bank-holiday-in-the- ongoing-134-5-billion-bearer- bond-mystery/