Open letters to British officials

Exposing McDonald’s “1 in 4” Mass-Marketing Frauds: A Statistical Analysis

In one of my analysis, I uncover the truth behind McDonald’s “1 in 4” odds in their Monopoly sweepstakes. Through a binomial distribution approach, I demonstrate the vast disparity between the claimed and actual probabilities of winning, with real odds ranging from 1 in 1,000 to a staggering 1 in 10 billion. This investigation highlights a systematic pattern of mass-marketing fraud within McDonald’s promotions. I call for immediate action from the U.S. Department of Justice to address these criminal practices that significantly skew market competition and defraud consumers worldwide.
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2023-02-10
4 min read
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Clarifying Probabilities to the FBI: Simple Probability vs. Binomial Distribution Probability

In my correspondence with the FBI, I elucidate the critical distinctions between simple probability and binomial distribution probability, highlighting the substantial implications these differences have in the context of this mass-marketing fraud case affecting many countries around the world. I argue that without explicit clarification, consumers, including minors, were inevitably defrauded by the criminal practices of the corporate predator that McDonald’s Corporation is. This fraudulent misrepresentation of chances of winning as simple probability, when they are in fact outcomes of a complex binomial probability, underscores my appeal for witness protection in the face of such powerful entities operating akin to a crime syndicate.
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2023-02-10
3 min read
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Navigating Bureaucratic Challenges in SEC Whistleblower Case

In my email to the FBI, I convey my frustrations over the bureaucratic process I’ve encountered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). I discuss how my Freedom of Information Act request was altered into a Freedom of Information Act/Privacy Act request, creating a perplexing situation regarding access to my own report submitted in 2015
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2023-02-08
5 min read
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FOIA/PA Requesting Transparency and Information from the FBI

In my email to Messrs. Manjarrez and Rogalski, I express my challenges in submitting a Freedom of Information Act request to the FBI due to citizenship verification issues. I question the apparent barriers faced by foreigners in accessing information under the Privacy Act of 1974. This frustration is compounded by my concern over the lack of response from the SEC since November 2022. I emphasize the importance of transparency in my case, which involves allegations against McDonald’s Corporation and a criminal complaint filed by the former French Minister of Justice. I highlight my previous attempts to alert the FBI in 2015 and my recent efforts to reach out again after learning of the complaint against me. My request seeks all information the FBI may have about me and my case. This email underscores my persistent pursuit of clarity and my rights as a victim in an international legal context.
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2023-02-08
4 min read
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Update request to Tina Churchman from the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission

I wrote to Tina Churchman from the SEC to ask for an update regarding my Freedom of Information Act /Privacy Act request which I filed a few months earlier.
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2023-02-08
5 min read
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Please make sure the MARKET INTEGRITY AND MAJOR FRAUDS UNIT is notified

In my email to Mr. Adam Rogalski at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, I stress the importance of notifying the Market Integrity and Major Frauds Unit about McDonald’s Corporation’s misconduct. I reference the unit’s collaboration with regulatory partners like the SEC, emphasizing a similar approach I suggested to the FBI in 2015. My correspondence includes links to a transcript and a YouTube video of a previous call with the FBI, where I discussed the potential for joint investigation under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. I argue for a coordinated effort between the SEC and FBI to investigate McDonald’s, underscoring the gravity of the situation. This email reflects my persistent efforts to seek justice and accountability in a case with significant legal and economic implications.
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2023-02-08
4 min read
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Seeking Urgent FBI Response in Organized Crime Case

In my email to Mr. Edward Lehman, I urgently request his assistance in contacting Mr. Adam Rogalski for vital details about the FBI’s racketeering investigation. I seek to know the lead agent, the case number, and how to contact the FBI Victim Specialist. My message underscores years of striving for justice against white-collar, financial, organized crime, emphasizing the need for a prompt response from the U.S. Justice Department.
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2023-02-07
2 min read
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Addressing Money Laundering in McDonald’s Investigation

In my communication with Mr. Rogalski from the FBI, I suggest a focus on money laundering as an entry point into the McDonald’s investigation, acknowledging the complexity of probabilities involved in the case. I share my ongoing research efforts and draw parallels between McDonald’s alleged activities and those of known fraudster Lance Armstrong, to illustrate the potential scale of deceit. My plea for transparency and information—specifically regarding the lead agent, case number, and FBI Victim Specialist—is a clear call for updates and support as I navigate through the intertwining legal and financial ramifications that this case presents.
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2023-02-07
3 min read
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Unveiling Fraudulent Probability Claims in McDonald’s France 2011 Promotion

In my correspondence with Mr. Rogalski at the FBI, I underscore the importance of understanding McDonald’s fraudulent probability claims in France during 2011. I argue that their statement of “1 chance out of 4” to win instantly must logically refer to each individual game stamp as an attempt, not a set of stamps. By leveraging the axiom of extension from set theory, I demonstrate that the differing number of game stamps offered with various menu options necessitates this interpretation of attempts. My email is a crucial clarification for the investigation, highlighting McDonald’s lack of transparency and the need for the FBI to recognize the underlying deceit in their criminal practices.
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2023-02-07
3 min read
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60 Million Consumers: Addressing the Scale of McDonald’s Frauds

In my communication with the FBI, I discuss the immense scale of McDonald’s global consumer base, highlighting the potential for significant financial impact from even minor price manipulations. I contemplate the temptation for McDonald’s to cross legal boundaries for profit, especially given their daily interaction with 60 million consumers worldwide. The prospect of gaining just an additional quarter per customer translates to substantial annual revenue, underscoring the possible motivations behind their fraudulent activities, including the McDonald’s Monopoly sweepstakes. I hint at ongoing serious infractions by McDonald’s France that could greatly influence the market and competition. My focus remains on the Monopoly sweepstakes frauds, with an urgent call to consider a RICO indictment against McDonald’s. This email aims to shed light on the magnitude of potential corporate wrongdoing and the need for decisive legal action.
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2023-02-07
2 min read
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An Example of Fraud Committed by McDonald’s in China: Part 3

In part 3, I share an analogy to illustrate the mass-marketing fraud McDonald’s committed in China, hoping it clarifies the situation’s obviousness. Given that China ratified the United Nations Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC, also known as the Palermo Convention) on September 23, 2003, I believe the country should be part of the international effort to take down the transnational criminal enterprise orchestrated by McDonald’s Corporation.
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2023-02-07
2 min read
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An Example of Fraud Committed by McDonald’s in China: Part 2

An Example of Fraud Committed by McDonald’s in China: Part 2
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2023-02-07
3 min read
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An Example of Fraud Committed by McDonald’s in China: Part 1

An Example of Fraud Committed by McDonald’s in China: Part 1
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2023-02-07
2 min read
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I tell the FBI that I want to help them understand one of the biggest frauds in history, the frauds committed by McDonald’s Corporation and their accomplices

I tell Assistant Legal Attaché Adam Rogalski, one of the FBI representatives in Beijing, that I want to help him, and by extension the FBI, to understand one of the biggest frauds in history.
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2023-02-07
1 min read
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Correcting Probability Misconceptions in McDonald’s Promotion: An FBI Briefing

In my communication with the FBI, I dissect a Business Insider article to clarify the misconceptions surrounding McDonald’s Monopoly promotion probabilities. I emphasize the critical difference between the number of instant-win elements and total sets, a distinction that dramatically affects the perceived odds of winning. My analysis reveals that the actual chance of securing a prize is closer to 1 in 8, not the widely marketed 1 in 4. This significant disparity points to a mass-marketing fraud campaign by a major corporation, one that even children are expected to navigate. I urge for this nuanced understanding of odds calculation to be recognized and corrected, highlighting the intricate fraudulence at play and the need for meticulous scrutiny.
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2023-02-06
6 min read
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Clarifying Probability Concepts for the FBI Investigation : the difference between “the probability of a certain scenario happening,” Bernoulli trials, and Binomial distributions

In my recent email to the FBI, I stress the importance of understanding key probability concepts—specifically, the difference between “the probability of a certain scenario happening,” Bernoulli trials, and Binomial distributions. This distinction is vital in dissecting the fraudulent activities of McDonald’s in their Monopoly sweepstakes. I reference a flawed article by journalist Walter Hickey to illustrate common misconceptions, while also highlighting the accurate definition of probability as given by David Morin from Harvard University. My expectation is that FBI and Justice Department agents not only grasp the fundamental concept of probability, but also recognize the impact of the number of trials in a Binomial distribution on the outcome. This understanding is crucial for unraveling the complexities of the case at hand.
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2023-02-06
4 min read
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Explaining Set Theory’s Core Concepts to the FBI: Element vs. Set

In my email to the FBI, I aim to shed light on the set theory and its pertinence to the FBI’s investigation of McDonald’s Corporation’s criminal activities. I express urgency for the FBI and the Justice Department to grasp the nuanced distinction between an element and a set, a foundational concept that underpins the sophisticated mechanics of the crimes in question. Amidst my call for clarity and action, I also convey my anticipation for a response regarding the lead investigator of the racketeering case, hinting at the necessity to involve oversight agencies should the silence persist. My message underscores the critical need for understanding mathematical principles in unraveling the intricacies of the serious crimes committed by the transnational crimal entity McDonald’s Corporation.
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2023-02-06
4 min read
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Is McDonald’s Too Big To Fail? Questioning the Impunity of a Corporate Giant

In my correspondence with the FBI, I confront a pressing question: “Is McDonald’s Corporation too big to fail?” I question the U.S. government’s resolve in tackling the crimes committed by one of the world’s largest corporations. My email seeks to understand the progress of the investigation and Mr. Rogalski’s involvement. I offer to clarify any complexities he might face and urge for a response. This message is a direct appeal for action and transparency, aiming to shed light on the potential impunity of a corporate giant and the need for accountability in the face of significant global implications.
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2023-02-03
1 min read
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Asserting My Innocence Amidst Legal Challenges

In my communication with my lawyer, Edward Lehman, I address the daunting situation of being sued by Nicole Belloubet, the former French Minister of Justice. Despite the gravity of the situation, I maintain my innocence and express hope that my lawyer believes in me. The email reflects my frustration with the French administration, which I openly criticize. This message is a candid expression of my feelings towards the legal challenges I am facing, and a reaffirmation of my efforts to seek help and warn about potential injustices. My intention is to convey the seriousness of my situation while standing firm in my belief of innocence.
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2023-02-03
1 min read
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Highlighting Money Laundering and Fraud in Major RICO Case

In my email to Mr. Adam Rogalski, I address significant concerns about money laundering and fraud within McDonald’s Corporation, particularly emphasizing the roles of Malcolm Hicks and Steve Easterbrook. I point out the clear violation of the European Directive 2005/29/CE by McDonald’s, focusing on the deceptive practices in their promotions across different countries. This message to the FBI calls for an urgent and thorough investigation into these serious allegations, underscoring the necessity of immediate action and accountability for what I describe as clear instances of organized crime within a major RICO framework. My correspondence is a demand for justice and a comprehensive response from legal and governmental authorities in the face of these substantial allegations.
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2023-02-02
6 min read
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