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Syracuse Post Standard (Newspaper) - May 2, 2015, Syracuse, New YorkS a t u r d a my a y 22 0 1 5 � 2015 the Post Standard $ 1.00 71 45 Sunshine and Clouds details b 8 classified. B 5 comics. A 7 obituaries. A 4 Post Standard Bonus. C 1 Bonus Content for members Only. Go to Syracuse. Com Poplus Montezuma Audubon Center hosts a wildlife festival a 2 Bills go for speedy defender in 2nd round b 1 by John Obrien Sobrien Syracuse. Com dozens of Central new yorkers were Flim slammed into investing in a dying company because they were fed false information about its financial condition a Federal lawsuit says. More than 50 people most of them in the Syracuse area filed a class action lawsuit Friday against Gregory Gray the Point Man for investments into eve Loop inc. Starting four years ago. Eve Loop marketed itself As Facebook for children. After raising millions of dollars in investments it went insolvent four years ago according to the lawsuit. Through a series of concealment false promises and outright misrepresentations of material facts the investors were persuaded to invest millions in eve Loop according to the lawsuit. The lawsuit names Gray As a defendant along with his company Archiel capital the chairman of its Board Gregory Edwards and the Rochester Law firm of Nixon Peabody and one its lawyers John Koeppel. Among the investors were Onondaga legislature chairman Ryan Mcmahon and Andrew Russo a former candidate for state Senate. They received a fee for bringing some of the Syracuse area investors to eve Loop. Russo is one of the Syracuse investors sue Leader of alleged ponzi scheme by Juliet Linderman and Amanda Lee Myers associated press Baltimore saying no one is above the Law Balti mores top prosecutor announced charges Friday against six officers in the arrest of a Black Man whose neck was broken in police custody a decision that comes amid outrage around the country Over police brutality against african americans. States attorney Marilyn Mosby declared that Freddie Grays death was a homicide his arrest was illegal and his treatment amounted to murder and manslaughter. She detailed what happened to Gray during his arrest and his nearly 45 minute ride in a police Wagon contradicting what police have said on some Points and shedding far More Light on what happened during his fatal journey. Gray carried a Legal pocket knife she said not the illegal switchblade that an officer described under penalty of perjury. And officers repeatedly denied Grays requests for medical attention even when he said he breathe. At one Point he was shackled at the legs handcuffed behind his Back and put Back into the Wagon on his stomach. At another Stop an officer spoke to the Back of or. Grays head and even though he was unresponsive made no Effort to look or assess or determine his condition Mosby said. The findings of our comprehensive thorough and Independent investigation coupled with the medical examiners determination that or. Grays death was a homicide Mosby said has led us to believe that we have probable cause to file criminal charges. Onlookers cheered and expressed amazement Over most yes announcement. Few expected such Quick action. The City which saw looting and businesses and cars burned on monday remains under a nighttime curfew with National guard troops and police out in full Force and huge protests expected Friday and saturday. More than 200 6 Baltimore officers charged no one is above the Law taking flight in to Days special Section Check out the trend toward bigger allowances make educated guesses about social Security and learn the five ways to Tell if a financial planner is a Good fit. C 1 Gold members in the Post standards loyalty program have Access to this online Only Content in to Days Post Standard. Subscribe or activate your membership at Syracuse. Com Poplus. Membership in the Success Section photos by David Lassman / Glassman Syracuse. Com Fowler comes to Aid of Nepal nepali students at Fowler High school where traditional dress Friday and sold bracelets to raise Money for earthquake victims in Nepal. See Story Page a 3. Baltimore Page a 5 suit Page a 4 $ 500.63 big savings coming sunday pick up sundays Post Standard to get $ 500.63 in Coupon savings. Coupon total Success your guide to managing Money work and the business of life a Richer allowance a group Otolia

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