As losses mount for Turing Feynman LLC, the investment arm of Tesla short-seller Aaron Greenspan’s fraudulent charity, Greenspan’s desperation has soared to new heights. The short seller, who claims he invented Facebook, is now attempting to start a rumor that Elon Musk has cancer in an attempt to influence Tesla’s soaring stock price.
These illegal short and distort tactics are nothing new for Greenspan, who recently sued Square, Inc. for patent infringement after claiming the company stole the idea for Square Cash from his app “FaceCash”. Greenspan is infamous for harassing, stalking and threatening anyone who speaks out against him or even makes fun of him for claiming he invented Facebook.
A Classic Short and Distort Fraud
What Greenspan is attempting here is a classic case of short and distort fraud. The idea is to circulate false or unsubstantiated allegations that will harm Tesla’s stock price while making stock market bets that will pay off if the company’s share price falls.
Short and distort is a crime, and in extreme cases, people are prosecuted for it.
You can also use this form to alert the IRS of suspected tax fraud by a non-profit. The Think Computer Foundation, a non-profit, is being illegally used to inure private benefit to Greenspan and Turing Feynman’s short-selling bets. Tesla short-sellers are donating to this “charity” and taking a tax deduction knowing fully well that the funds will be used not for charitable purposes but to attack Tesla and it’s customers.
Tesla short sellers reacted with excitement, expressing hope that Musk would die so that they might lose less money on their foolish stock market bets:
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