La Junta de Distrito

Nuestro distrito municipal comprende Oliver, Valdefierro, Hispanidad y la Floresta.
La Junta de Distrito es la oficina de representación municipal en nuestro distrito y está situada en el Centro Cívico de Oliver.

Dirección: C/ Antonio de Leyva, 87 – 50011 Zaragoza
Teléfono: 976 726096
Fax: 976 726097
Email: junta-oliver@zaragoza.es
Cómo llegar en transporte público
Horario: De 8,30 a 13,30 h.

¿Qué es el pleno de la Junta de Distrito?

Generalmente con una periodicidad mensual se realizan plenarios, es decir sesiones con carácter informativo, de recepción de propuestas y quejas vecinales y de presentación de mociones o de acuerdos para su aprobación.

Estos plenos generalmente se realizan de forma alternativa en los centros cívicos de Oliver y Valdefierro pero una vez al año suelen celebrarse en el colegio Hispanidad.

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  2. Ironically, the only person who was able to get a long term non-immigration visa along with a Thai work permit is Tatiana Aliusova (born 1986). She is not a scientist or engineer. She was introduced as an «accountant» to team members. Being asked what does she know about Thai tax laws she admitted knowing nothing. Later VV mentioned that she worked in on of the Pattaya XX night clubs (brothels) before meeting him.
    According his own statement Mr.Volkov paid ca $2000 for her immigration services.
    IMHO, having a whore as a single legal employee tells a lot about business in general.

    Enjoy!
    https://sites.google.com/site/grapheneralwpdeceptionpoint/girls-and-lots-of-fun
    Behold, here is a captain of your «Titanic»!

  3. Ironically, the only person who was able to get a long term non-immigration visa along with a Thai work permit is Tatiana Aliusova (born 1986). She is not a scientist or engineer. She was introduced as an «accountant» to team members. Being asked what does she know about Thai tax laws she admitted knowing nothing. Later VV mentioned that she worked in on of the Pattaya XX night clubs (brothels) before meeting him.
    According his own statement Mr.Volkov paid ca $2000 for her immigration services.
    IMHO, having a whore as a single legal employee tells a lot about business in general.

    Enjoy!
    https://sites.google.com/site/grapheneralwpdeceptionpoint/girls-and-lots-of-fun
    Behold, here is a captain of your «Titanic»!

  4. Ironically, the only person who was able to get a long term non-immigration visa along with a Thai work permit is Tatiana Aliusova (born 1986). She is not a scientist or engineer. She was introduced as an «accountant» to team members. Being asked what does she know about Thai tax laws she admitted knowing nothing. Later VV mentioned that she worked in on of the Pattaya XX night clubs (brothels) before meeting him.
    According his own statement Mr.Volkov paid ca $2000 for her immigration services.
    IMHO, having a whore as a single legal employee tells a lot about business in general.

    Enjoy!
    https://sites.google.com/site/grapheneralwpdeceptionpoint/girls-and-lots-of-fun
    Behold, here is a captain of your «Titanic»!

  5. Ironically, the only person who was able to get a long term non-immigration visa along with a Thai work permit is Tatiana Aliusova (born 1986). She is not a scientist or engineer. She was introduced as an «accountant» to team members. Being asked what does she know about Thai tax laws she admitted knowing nothing. Later VV mentioned that she worked in on of the Pattaya XX night clubs (brothels) before meeting him.
    According his own statement Mr.Volkov paid ca $2000 for her immigration services.
    IMHO, having a whore as a single legal employee tells a lot about business in general.

    Enjoy!
    https://sites.google.com/site/grapheneralwpdeceptionpoint/girls-and-lots-of-fun
    Behold, here is a captain of your «Titanic»!

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  11. https://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/crime-court/alleged-hells-angel-gets-bail-on-drugs-weapons-and-fraud-charges/news-story/ec0e8ac4f1b6b6109d1811c1fb299cdd
    His charges include drug possession and trafficking, possessing weapons and explosives, possessing utensils, and fraud.

    A joint operation between Queensland police and the Crime and Corruption Commission uncovered more than $1 million in cash, three automatic weapons, five hand guns, a quantity of drugs and mobile phones.
    The Brisbane Supreme Court on Friday heard the prosecution had received information from police that impacted Volkov’s bail application, but prosecutor Ron Swanwick was not prepared to discuss it in open court.

    Justice John Bond agreed to close the court to hear argument linked to operational police matters.

    He later granted bail on strict conditions, including that Volkov reside in Robina, abide by a curfew and report to police each day.

    He must also surrender his three passports, not travel outside Queensland without permission and avoid airports, and not contact any identified prosecution witness.

    “I’m satisfied that, based upon the submissions … the applicant has established that his detention in custody is not justified,” Justice Bond said.

    Police allege the syndicate was significant and had been operating since at least March 2014, selling cocaine, ice and ecstasy.

    During a previous court appearance it was revealed Volkov had been under police surveillance for two years.

    Volkov’s matter will come before court again on September 29.

  12. Компания ООО «УРАЛЬСКИЙ ПОТОК» – это многолетний и бесценный опыт работы в сфере обеспечения объектов промышленного строительства, нефтегазовой отрасли, строительства энергетических объектов, а так же комплектация объектов гражданского строительства соединительными деталями трубопровода и запорно-регулирующей арматурой. Наши заказчики ценят в первую очередь безупречное качество нашей продукции и ее соответствие необходимым ГОСТ , а так же кратчайшие сроки поставки в любую точку России. За счет многолетних партнерских отношений с крупнейшими Российскими компаниями , мы сформировали ассортимент который максимально соответствует запросам наших клиентов.

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  13. https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/hells-angels-bikie-charged-over-gold-coast-battery-scam-20190923-p52tz1.html
    Ice-cream machines labelled «scientific equipment» were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 «dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane».

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s «personal benefit».

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have «relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions».

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.»

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

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  14. https://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/crime-court/alleged-hells-angel-gets-bail-on-drugs-weapons-and-fraud-charges/news-story/ec0e8ac4f1b6b6109d1811c1fb299cdd
    His charges include drug possession and trafficking, possessing weapons and explosives, possessing utensils, and fraud.

    A joint operation between Queensland police and the Crime and Corruption Commission uncovered more than $1 million in cash, three automatic weapons, five hand guns, a quantity of drugs and mobile phones.
    The Brisbane Supreme Court on Friday heard the prosecution had received information from police that impacted Volkov’s bail application, but prosecutor Ron Swanwick was not prepared to discuss it in open court.

    Justice John Bond agreed to close the court to hear argument linked to operational police matters.

    He later granted bail on strict conditions, including that Volkov reside in Robina, abide by a curfew and report to police each day.

    He must also surrender his three passports, not travel outside Queensland without permission and avoid airports, and not contact any identified prosecution witness.

    “I’m satisfied that, based upon the submissions … the applicant has established that his detention in custody is not justified,” Justice Bond said.

    Police allege the syndicate was significant and had been operating since at least March 2014, selling cocaine, ice and ecstasy.

    During a previous court appearance it was revealed Volkov had been under police surveillance for two years.

    Volkov’s matter will come before court again on September 29.

  15. https://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/crime-court/alleged-hells-angel-gets-bail-on-drugs-weapons-and-fraud-charges/news-story/ec0e8ac4f1b6b6109d1811c1fb299cdd
    His charges include drug possession and trafficking, possessing weapons and explosives, possessing utensils, and fraud.

    A joint operation between Queensland police and the Crime and Corruption Commission uncovered more than $1 million in cash, three automatic weapons, five hand guns, a quantity of drugs and mobile phones.
    The Brisbane Supreme Court on Friday heard the prosecution had received information from police that impacted Volkov’s bail application, but prosecutor Ron Swanwick was not prepared to discuss it in open court.

    Justice John Bond agreed to close the court to hear argument linked to operational police matters.

    He later granted bail on strict conditions, including that Volkov reside in Robina, abide by a curfew and report to police each day.

    He must also surrender his three passports, not travel outside Queensland without permission and avoid airports, and not contact any identified prosecution witness.

    “I’m satisfied that, based upon the submissions … the applicant has established that his detention in custody is not justified,” Justice Bond said.

    Police allege the syndicate was significant and had been operating since at least March 2014, selling cocaine, ice and ecstasy.

    During a previous court appearance it was revealed Volkov had been under police surveillance for two years.

    Volkov’s matter will come before court again on September 29.

  16. https://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/crime-court/alleged-hells-angel-gets-bail-on-drugs-weapons-and-fraud-charges/news-story/ec0e8ac4f1b6b6109d1811c1fb299cdd
    His charges include drug possession and trafficking, possessing weapons and explosives, possessing utensils, and fraud.

    A joint operation between Queensland police and the Crime and Corruption Commission uncovered more than $1 million in cash, three automatic weapons, five hand guns, a quantity of drugs and mobile phones.
    The Brisbane Supreme Court on Friday heard the prosecution had received information from police that impacted Volkov’s bail application, but prosecutor Ron Swanwick was not prepared to discuss it in open court.

    Justice John Bond agreed to close the court to hear argument linked to operational police matters.

    He later granted bail on strict conditions, including that Volkov reside in Robina, abide by a curfew and report to police each day.

    He must also surrender his three passports, not travel outside Queensland without permission and avoid airports, and not contact any identified prosecution witness.

    “I’m satisfied that, based upon the submissions … the applicant has established that his detention in custody is not justified,” Justice Bond said.

    Police allege the syndicate was significant and had been operating since at least March 2014, selling cocaine, ice and ecstasy.

    During a previous court appearance it was revealed Volkov had been under police surveillance for two years.

    Volkov’s matter will come before court again on September 29.

  17. https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/hells-angels-bikie-charged-over-gold-coast-battery-scam-20190923-p52tz1.html
    Ice-cream machines labelled «scientific equipment» were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 «dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane».

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s «personal benefit».

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have «relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions».

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.»

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

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  18. https://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/crime-court/alleged-hells-angel-gets-bail-on-drugs-weapons-and-fraud-charges/news-story/ec0e8ac4f1b6b6109d1811c1fb299cdd
    His charges include drug possession and trafficking, possessing weapons and explosives, possessing utensils, and fraud.

    A joint operation between Queensland police and the Crime and Corruption Commission uncovered more than $1 million in cash, three automatic weapons, five hand guns, a quantity of drugs and mobile phones.
    The Brisbane Supreme Court on Friday heard the prosecution had received information from police that impacted Volkov’s bail application, but prosecutor Ron Swanwick was not prepared to discuss it in open court.

    Justice John Bond agreed to close the court to hear argument linked to operational police matters.

    He later granted bail on strict conditions, including that Volkov reside in Robina, abide by a curfew and report to police each day.

    He must also surrender his three passports, not travel outside Queensland without permission and avoid airports, and not contact any identified prosecution witness.

    “I’m satisfied that, based upon the submissions … the applicant has established that his detention in custody is not justified,” Justice Bond said.

    Police allege the syndicate was significant and had been operating since at least March 2014, selling cocaine, ice and ecstasy.

    During a previous court appearance it was revealed Volkov had been under police surveillance for two years.

    Volkov’s matter will come before court again on September 29.

  19. https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/hells-angels-bikie-charged-over-gold-coast-battery-scam-20190923-p52tz1.html
    Ice-cream machines labelled «scientific equipment» were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 «dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane».

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s «personal benefit».

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have «relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions».

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.»

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

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  20. https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/hells-angels-bikie-charged-over-gold-coast-battery-scam-20190923-p52tz1.html
    Ice-cream machines labelled «scientific equipment» were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 «dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane».

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s «personal benefit».

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have «relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions».

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.»

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

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  21. https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/hells-angels-bikie-charged-over-gold-coast-battery-scam-20190923-p52tz1.html
    Ice-cream machines labelled «scientific equipment» were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 «dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane».

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s «personal benefit».

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have «relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions».

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.»

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

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  22. https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/hells-angels-bikie-charged-over-gold-coast-battery-scam-20190923-p52tz1.html
    Ice-cream machines labelled «scientific equipment» were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 «dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane».

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s «personal benefit».

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have «relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions».

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.»

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

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  23. https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/hells-angels-bikie-charged-over-gold-coast-battery-scam-20190923-p52tz1.html
    Ice-cream machines labelled «scientific equipment» were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 «dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane».

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s «personal benefit».

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have «relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions».

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.»

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

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  24. https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/hells-angels-bikie-charged-over-gold-coast-battery-scam-20190923-p52tz1.html
    Ice-cream machines labelled «scientific equipment» were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 «dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane».

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s «personal benefit».

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have «relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions».

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.»

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

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  25. https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/hells-angels-bikie-charged-over-gold-coast-battery-scam-20190923-p52tz1.html
    Ice-cream machines labelled «scientific equipment» were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 «dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane».

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s «personal benefit».

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have «relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions».

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.»

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

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