A Coke shareholder claims that the beverage giant has defrauded shareholders, employees and minority vendors of millions of dollars. Representing two former Coke employees, Ray Rogers brought his concerns directly to CEO Muhtar Kent in a meeting held in May 2016. In an email to Mark Preisinger following the meeting, Rogers inquired about the $50 million set aside for diversity initiatives in Coke's 2001 class action settlement. He suspected that these funds were diverted to Willie Gary in a secret settlement to drop the claims of 17 Coke employees who opted out of the class action in 2001.
handed the reins to Preisinger from May 2016 and April 2017 to resolve the dispute with Rogers. There ensured a series of follow up meetings, teleconferences and emails with Kent, Preisinger or Joseph Moan, Coke's CECO & AGC. Armed with evidence of minority vendor fraud, the US Northern District Court of Georgia judges' recusal conspiracy, the Clinton ties to Coke, Gary and Weldon Latham and documents from Patricia Harsen's narrative of
COCA-COLA CEO MUHTAR KENT
MARK PREISINGER and Moan assessed that the threat was imminent to the beverage giant and action needed to be taken ahead of the shareholders meeting on April 24th in Atlanta. Fearing fraud claims under the class action 'Most Favored Nations Clause', share-holder fraud, and minority vendor fraud, Coke began negotiations, according to Rogers. Coke is just one of several corporations that colluded with The Gary Cartel. Others include Microsoft, General Motors, Ford Motor, William Morris Agency, etc.
Muhtar Kent, Coca-Cola CEO
Mark Preisinger, CG Director
the Willie Gary - Ford Motor conspiracy, Rogers advanced his position. Coke needed to settle his claims and those of his clients or be prepared for a media campaign to expose corruption from the White House to the corporate board room to the court house.
OTHER NEWS AND EVENTS
OTHER NEWS AND EVENTS
COCA-COLA SHAREHOLDER ALLEGES FRAUD
"NIGGERS," says William Morris Agency
FORMER COKE EMPLOYEE filed a complaint with the Atlanta FBI. The complaint seeks an investigation into claims of sexual battery and fraud against her former attorney, Willie Gary.
In other news, Gary was accused of rape and eventually settled out of court with the victim, Jillian Nedd pictured.
JB4G WEEKLY NEWS - 24 APRIL 2017
JB4B WEEKLY NEWS - 24 APRIL 2017