I am naturally into considering who would wrongfully find a reason to kill him, or at least benefit from his death in a significant enough way to influence death from an amoral person— Who were the stakes greatest for if found guilty of the fraud on the Federal Court, defrauding investors--for millions? Who had the most to lose? Ironically, Jay Miscovich didn't have that much to lose. He was in debt. There are only so many types of people involved: outside investors, lawyers, inside investors/main actors. Peter Tobia, a man involved with the emeralds, says Jay Miscovich "may not have killed himself."
Outside investors therefore had an interest in seeing Jay Miscovich testify to the truth so as to recoup losses from guilty parties. The other main actor, Jay Miscovich's partner, Steve Elchlepp, pleaded the 5th—in doing so, he was essentially admitting his involvement in the fraud. The final people are the lawyers, who were reportedly under the direction of Bruce Silverstein, a lawyer who was personally invested and had represented Jay Miscovich in another case involving fraud the same year the emeralds were "discovered" (2010). The other main lawyer was David Horan, who was the one who wanted to be honest with the Court and was met with fierce opposition by Bruce Silverstein.
I believe, therefore, because the consequences were so great for Silverstein—if he was the fraudulent one—
He'd be found guilty of the fraud, fraud on the Federal Court, disbarred, liable for millions that the outside "swindled high-powered New York investors" were defrauded of--that he is the one who stood to benefit the most from Jay Miscovich's inability to testify--due to suicide--
The only direct link to the emeralds being purchased and Bruce Silverstein, is the one and only person who made purchases. Jay Miscovich.
What you have here is Bruce Silverstein getting caught in a lie—right now...
The emeralds were discovered and publicly disclosed in early 2010, the same year Silverstein wrapped up an earlier lawsuit representing Jay Miscovich as shown in the clips below.
It seems Silverstein settled a suit representing Miscovich a year before Silverstein ever heard about Miscovich. That's a lie. He told the same lie to the Federal Court in an affidavit:
"I have no personal knowledge of how Jay first came across the Discovery Site, as I had never met, or even heard of, Jay or Steve until January of 2011. "
Silverstein acknowledged the $80,000 personal investment to me directly.
As far as Bruce Silverstein's propensity to be dishonest, he believes that lying really only matters if it's in court. Then, it matters because there are consequences. Not in Malibu or on the Internet because you can just say my proof is "false and misleading" or call me a republican to deflect their attention. Or tell the victims of the fires that he did not receive, or expect to receive any money for rounding everyone up and delivering them to a law firm of his choosing. They'll sue. That is, if they can get someone at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan to confirm——
The victims were set back by the disqualification, which Silverstein admitted to knowing at the outset was unethical conflict of interest—he said the other victims he enlisted were complicit in the cheating:
"And, in fact, all that was discussed at the February 10, um, Operation Recovery meeting at which they presented. The potential for this motion was on the table and clearly disclosed and discussed," Silverstein told The Malibu Times in the September, 2020 interview transcript.
The motion was for disqualification. The victims' law firm was disqualified last year (2019). Appeal was denied by the court in June, 2020.
If you are wondering if you will hear about me getting sued by him for some reason, I will not. He will not because he knows the truth and the open season is on in a Federal Court case.
Disclaimer: I am not suggesting nor insinuating any particular role that one Bruce Silverstein might have had in the death of one Jay Miscovich—I am only showing the consensus in some circles that indicates a popular opinion that Jay Miscovich may not have killed himself. This opinion includes the individual in the video, Peter Tobia, who was directly involved with the emeralds also as an inside investor, and has indicated he was not aware that it was a big fraud. It is also suggested that he knows of other players involved; lawyers and investors— I maintain that 1.] Bruce Silverstein lies, 2.] that there is overwhelming evidence to show he was complicit in fraud, 3.] Bruce Silverstein likely was the cause for the death of Jay Miscovich, and 4.] that Silverstein averted massive consequences.
He is "the man pulling strings behind the curtain" and is proven to be one to meticulously cover his tracks. "We need to remain silent about the enhancement issue" he wrote in a private email to other players—
...instead of being forthright to the federal court, who was awaiting the lab results that indicated the emeralds were enhanced.
Silverstein did not disclose his personal investment to the court in the initial proceedings asserting the admiralty claim by the schemers he was invested with, whom he sent his son to live with, whom he formed the LLC for—
The federal court never knew about his son living with the schemers.
Silverstein front-loaded his federal affidavit with an appeal to the judge to give him a break, based on a flurry of unverified accolades he afforded himself. The first judge referred his case to another—????
The affidavit was perjured in the most significant of ways, and there is no telling what untruths riddled the initial pages of the affidavit——
The perjured affidavit single-handedly enabled Silverstein to evade the FBI's investigation into his potential involvement with the inception of the fraud on the federal court. Jay Miscovich's death followed.
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