BREAKING NEWS: Videos, Articles and More
- Saving Stanford Victims
- Stanford Victims Refused SIPC Coverage that Madoff Victims are Awarded
- Truth is Out - SEC, FINRA Didn't Listen to Whistle Blower...Stanford Victims Cry Foul
- Hundreds Gather at Senate Field Hearing
- Senate Banking Hearing Reveals SEC Warned for Years
- FINRA Misses Another Whistle Blower
- Multi-Agency Regulatory Timeline
- Stanford CFO, attorney: "This enterprise (Stanford) was smoke and mirrors ...for 15 to 20 years...you had accountants who didn't account, regulators who didn't regulate, auditors who didn't audit, and lawyers who didn't do their job."
- Stanford in America...Offices in over 30 states
- Major International Lawsuit Filed by Victims alleges Antiguan government was Allen Stanford's partner in massive 10 year fraud
- Florida regulators let Stanford firm move vast sums offshore, ignored signs of massive fraud, experts say
Senate Banking Committee Hearing to be held on Stanford Fraud Senators Vitter (LA), Martinez (FL) and Corker (TN), members of the Senate Banking Commitee granted Heaing on the Stanford case.
Posted by Stanford Victims Coalition USA
Letters of Support and More
- 12 Lawmakers Seek Answers from the SEC
- Rep. Steve Scalise Support for Victims
- Senators Vitter, Martinez and Corker: Letter to Chairman Dodd and Senator Shelby requesting a Hearing on the Stanford Fraud Case
- Congressman Cassidy Leads Louisiana Delgation Letter to the SEC
- Congressman Melancon and Others Send Letter to Chairman Kanjorski requesting his committee examine the experiences of Stanford Victims
- Mississippi Senators Cochran, Wicker and Congressman Harper - Letter to the SEC
- Florida Senator Nelson writes to SIPC
- Texas Senator Cornyn to Senator Clinton
- Vitter First to Step Up, lead the Way in DC...letter to Chairwoman Schapiro
- Texas Senator Cornyn to the SEC
- Texas Senator Cornyn to SIPC
- Follow The Money...Billions run through US Banking System...Antiguan Bank a decoy
- Stanford Employees Yelled "Ponzi Scheme!" 3 Years Ago
- Another Stanford Employee Told SEC It Was A Ponzi Scheme...In 2003
- Victims Coalition to Antiguan Prime Minister
- Stanford a Standout with the International Advisory Board
- No Cash Whatsoever...
- What Does the F Stand for in FINRA?
- No Warning
- The Timeline -- A Failure To Act
- A Broker's Letter to His Client - Feb. 13, 2009
- Texas, Antigua Agree to Share Banking Information
- Texas - Antigua Agreement To Share Information
Court Filings and other Legalities
News and Media
- Stanford Investors Sue U.S. Banks Where Stolen Money Flowed
- To Obama: Yes You Can!
- Stanford and his International Advisory Board Strike Again
- Whistlebolower Warnings Abound
- Stand Down? Not to be Tolerated
- Ponzi Scheme Ignored?
- Early Red Flags Missed?
- Broken Trust (Baton Rouge Business Report - June 2009)
- SEC? DOJ? Investigation Halted?