Jail Hurwitz Web Site
NOTICE (August 20th, 2012):
The reward for jailing Charles Hurwitz has been suspended...
...i.e. there is no longer and active monetary reward being offered.
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Texas corporate raider Charles
Hurwitz, with the help of junk-bond broker and convicted felon Michael
Milken, looted and crashed a Savings and Loan, United Savings Association
of Texas (USAT), costing U.S. taxpayers a staggering $1.6 billion!
With looted money funneled from
the S & L, Hurwitz engaged in a hostile takeover of the Pacific
Lumber Company, commenced rabid clearcutting, and tripled the rate
of logging of the world's largest stands of privately held ancient redwood
forests, including Headwaters Forest, a precious, sacred and irreplaceable
international treasure of the ages.
Hurwitz simultaneously raided
Pacific Lumber's worker pension fund, removing $55 million from the retired
loggers and millworkers' nest egg, and began raping the company, selling
off much of it's other liquitable assets for the quick cash he needed to
make his pressing junk bond payments.
Hurwitz had previously looted
the Simplicity Pattern worker pension fund in 1982, reducing worker
benefits by nearly $4000 per year.
Hurwitz has entered into out-of-court
settlements for insurance fraud, securities violations and a land swindleof
his own company's shareholders! Hurwitz has lost seven environmental
lawsuits over his incessant, illegal logging in these ancient redwood forests
of Northern California.
Forest Coloring Book is Now Online!
5 Action Alert Letters/
Calls and Emails Needed Now!
it or not: MAXXAM Sues the FDIC
versus Hurwitz--the Original Complaint
Hurwitz Five Scandal - 5/1/00
new media articles added!
Houston Federal Court Judge Lynn Hughes of the FDIC versus Hurwitz trial.
Hughes is real friendly to Charles Hurwitz and claims to
hate the government, even though it his employer. Click
here for his picture.
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