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Members and citizens.

The calls or letters to every level of the Police Department received no return call
or response (examples below).

In April 2015, a complaint was filed with the NC Bar Association against attorney Steven E. Black
(Case #15G0371). As of February 2017 (two years later), no action has been taken but the case has not
been dismissed. A copy of the quarterly form letter from the NC Bar Association is attached.

Forsyth County District Attorney, Jim ONeill refused to


Unconscionable acknowledge, respond or act to numerous phone calls or letters by
-WFUs Dr. George Aldhizer various Members which can be corroborated. Letters and emails
Accounting and fraud expert sent to the Winston Salem and Greensboro City Council
regarding the refusal to investigate
Members were ignored and not put on public records as required.

Greensboro SBIs Special Agent in Charge, Scott Williams received six (6) letters and documentation
in the fall and winter of 2015. In November, Williams wrote to WSPD Detective R.E. Workmen
directing him to locate Association bank accounts and balances. When the Detective gave a fragmented
report, it documented even further fraud. After the November report, SAC Williams will not return calls
or letters made / sent by three (3) different Association Members.

After more than a year expanding the documentation beyond the association and the state, an attempt to
file a telephone report with the Charlotte office of the FBI was made on May 15, 2016 at approximately
4:30 pm. More effective than describing the
conversation, hearing a recording of the call Somebody obviously got to them.
would be as informative as it is disturbing. -Jeff MacIntosh
The call was quickly terminated after Real Estate Agent and
mentioning the name Paul Mengert. The Winston Salem City Council Member
woman taking the call refused to give her after reviewing just a few pages of the documentation.
name or an agents name. She would only say Subsequently, he refuses to assist the residents of his district
after contact from other Association Members.
that her location was on the east coast.

It can be corroborated that at least one suspected Board Members had copies of the police report back-up
documentation within a month of the filing the report. After months of excuses and misrepresentations,
recordings of various conversations may be available in order to document and substantiate claims.
PLEAS FOR ASSISTANCE
EXAMPLE
Letters were signed by multiple HOA Members seeking assistance
with a reasonable request for a legitimate law enforcement fraud investigation.
No acknowledgement or response.

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WSPD
A 100-page complaint was made against the Detective for lack of any legitimate law enforcement
investigation. Five months later, the WSPD responded that their internal investigation had revealed a
procedural matter; consequently, appropriate action was taken.

However, despite this admission, there has been no further action. Except for the announcement made by
the suspected Board Members in the March/April 2016 Association newsletter, there has been no
communication to any of the ten (10) Members signing their support of the initial police report.
Apparently, only the suspects and their attorney were informed. The growing number of accounting, real
estate and fraud experts that have reviewed the evidence refute the newsletter announcement below.

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NC B AR ASSOCIATION

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Quarterly letters are sent from
the Bar Association. This letter
came eleven (11) months after
filing an ethics complaint against
attorney
Steven E. Black.

As of March 2017, nothing has


been done, but the letter assures
that
we are moving forward

Two (2) years of form letters


is unreasonable and
unacceptable

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DARK MONEY
This entire article can be found at Raleighs wral.com by writer Mark
Baker

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CITY POLITICS

For the past eighteen (18) years, AMGs Paul Mengert has been business partner with attorney Donald
Vaughn.

Mengert and Vaughan co-own the office building they have shared for those 18 years.

Mr. Vaughn is the husband of


Greensboros Mayor Nancy Vaughn
in Guilford County

Paul Mengerts
18-year business partner,
Attorney Donald Vaughn

VM, LLC

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NC ASSOCIATION BUREAU

A self-created entity created with members involved in the Enterprise.

Four (4) of the same


Property Management
Companies
that attempted to register
identical Business
Corporations

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HOUSE
BILL
331

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STATE AND NATIONAL POLITICS
An internet search provides dozens of articles
on a wide range of influential political connections and public record contributions
for city, state and national politicians.
However, the veil of dark money and PACs are difficult to penetrate which is their advantage.

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S HERWOOD W EST ASSOCIATION I NC .

HOA Homeowners
should take this good advice from fraud experts:

Often the bank data is the only documentation


that will tell us the truth about the money

- Fraud Files
Forensic Accounting Blog

If there is fraud in your association,


your financial statements are probably worthless.

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HOA H IGH BIDDER
David Scott Spano Dennis Wayne Palmer
$3,249 $3,088
see HOA DEED &
THEFT OF A
Loan Modification
FORECLOSURE SALE
on the following pages

Donald Monroe & A. Stanley Mitchell


Brigitte Monroe (deceased) $4,920,01
$4,920,01
Two (2) year rental
Unaware of Giveback by HOA
One (1) year rental by HOA

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F ORECLOSURE T HEFT
The research that led to the discovery of the Enterprise began with $60,000 missing from Association
funds from the HOA foreclosure and subsequent sale outlined below.

DAVID SCOTT SPANO, UNIT 3990-C VALLEY CT.

Forsyth County GIS

The $60,000
HOA SALE missing from HOA
in the name of the Association
audited financials

HOA Foreclosure

Mr. Spano never had


a Deed of Trust on
the property.
SPANO deed
Purportedly, he
walked away from his
$77,000 cash outlay
to the other property
he owned.

NOTE THE 1996 FORECLOSURE


11 YEARS PRIOR
ROD records were not found

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FORECLOSURE OF UNIT 3990-C

The deeds and records of the Associations foreclosure of David Scott Spano at Sherwood West
Association Inc. give evidence that:

The Association paid the outstanding taxes of $4,095 and withdrew the property from the
advertised auction.

o The taxes were paid with Association funds and not reimbursed from the subsequent sale;
The property was withdrawn from the auction according to the Forsyth County auction
company Zaccheaus Legal Services (ZLS-NC.com)

o However, the Commissioners Deed is clear and specific about the details of the property
at auction and the Association had been the last and highest bidder and was awarded the
property after the objection period;

o The Associations winning bid, for an unencumbered property, was $3,429;

o The property was deeded to Sherwood West Association, Inc.;

o The $3,429 of foreclosure expenses were listing in the financials as bad debt and no
reimbursed from the sale.

$15,661 documented as embezzled from Association funds to pay for the foreclosure expenses,
repairs and upgrades to prepare the Unit for sale, realtor commission*, etc.
See financials: $7891 + $7,770 = $15,661

The Board of Directors sold the property on April 17, 2013 for $60,000.

The income from the sale was not in Association Income/Expenses or Balance Sheet.

The expenses paid from Association funds were not reimbursed.

* The realtor 6% commission was paid to long-time Board Member Katherine D. Clark.

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