that it resulted in the waste of taxpayer funds due to the contracts being awarded based on Henry's personal and financial interests in his continued employment with the commission and in increasing AIDS funding levels in West Hollywood.
As noted previously, in addition to the claim that an officer violated department policy--and therefore the Constitution--by using deadly force, plaintiffs frequently allege
that the officer violated "reasonable police procedures," thereby unnecessarily creating the need to use deadly force.
The lawsuit further alleges
that, in two letters to Goodman preceding this legal action, Costa Brava advised Goodman that Telos's 2004 annual report contained what Costa Brava contends are serious accounting errors and asked Goodman to explain the basis for its clean audit opinion.
Nash and his associates, in order to protect the members of the organization and the profits, engaged in murder, violence, threats of violence, intimidation, bribes and money laundering, the indictment alleges
Instead, the Complaint also alleges
they were motivated by the tens of millions of dollars in fees they would receive from a successful IPO.
The lawsuit also alleges
that Verizon has given the government unfettered access to its over 19,000 gigabyte databases of information; some of the largest databases in the world.
Moreover, it alleges
that Sun-Diamond paid $3,100 for travel by Espy's girlfriend to a May 1993 World Tree Nut Congress in Athens, Greece, that Espy also attended.
that Brown fired him when Moody would not wiretap the telephone of Brown's estranged wife Monique Brown, and for purportedly attending the Johnny Cochran funeral with O.
that defendants made false statements and concealed material information concerning AIG's financial condition and accounting practices relating to, among other items, non-traditional insurance products, assumed reinsurance transactions, and use of affiliated entities for executive compensation.
The Complaint alleges
that the Defendants engaged in a fraudulent and deceptive scheme to divert cash and assets from International during a period from approximately 1999 through 2003 and concealed their alleged self-dealing from International's public shareholders.
The lawsuit alleges
that iPayment's accountants were actively involved in the evaluation of their shares prior to a public offering in March 2003, and perpetrated an arbitrary and fraudulent evaluation to aid its client, iPayment, in the scheme to defraud.