Skip to comments.Colorado Man Indicted for Human Trafficking, Money Laundering
Posted on 03/12/2012 6:07:45 AM PDT by nuconvert
A Colorado CEO is accused of luring foreigners to the United States to work for a nonexistent university and then stealing portions of their salaries after setting them up with other jobs in what the government has called an "elaborate scheme."
Kizzy Kalu, 47, of Highlands Ranch, Colo., allegedly enticed foreign nurses to work as teachers at an Adam University in Denver, an institution that Kalu's alleged accomplice, Philip Langerman, 77, of McDonough, Ga., made up, according to a federal indictment. Langerman was also indicted, but remains at large.
Kalu is the chairman and CEO of Global Energy Initiatives (GEI), which manufactures and deploys hydro-kinetic power generators to Brazil and other developing countries, according to its website. Photographs on Kalu's Facebook page Saturday showed Kalu with his wife, Nicole, at the White House for an energy briefing in September.
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I had almost given up on finding the word “Nigeria” in this story...and then PRESTO, there it was near the end.
..Having volunteered his time and effort to other non-profit organizations for the past 8 years, he had observed and learned how noble and humbling it is to help the disadvantaged....
Interestingly, Kizzy Kalu, as CEO of GlobalEnergyInitiatives, was a guest of the White House last September.
Pictures of Kalu and his wife there:
One more embarrassing connection between Obama and a scumbag that the “mainstream press” is ignoring.
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