A torch is a fire source,usually a rod-shaped piece of wood with a rag soaked in pitch and/or some other flammable material wrapped around one end.
The torch is a common emblem of both enlightenment and hope.
“Our torch” is not filling the definitions from above.
Our torch is Misterrr John Hartley,the husband of famous lawyer Misss Monique Allen,in Turks and Caicos Islands,which earned a lot of money through Dellis Cay companies in the recent years.It is a big question,how many interest of conflicts she had through all these times?She is representing the Trinidad institution ,lender of Dellis Cay.Dellis Cay construction is stacked now more as two years because of political issues in Turks and Caicos Islands.
The sources in Turks and Caicos are telling that John Hartley,as husband of Miss Monique Allen,wrote letters as Torch to Trinidad institution before receivership of Dellis Cay and pushed the end of Dellis Cay with wrong background information’s through her wife!And the institution believed them.
The same John Hartley is reporting to London as well are telling the sources in Turks.
Nobody knows their real goals?
But only Miami Herald and The SUN reported in October 2011 about him in the below article.
Please protect yourself from their actions and read carefully the below article.
John Hartley named in million dollar lawsuit in Florida Local businessman and economist John Hartley has been named as a defendant in a $4million lawsuit that was filed last month in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
The law suit is being brought by American multi-millionaire R.D Hubbard, who is also a Turks and Caicos Islands Belonger and a major investor and property owner here. It stems from a deal in which investors were convinced to come up with $4.5 million for shares in an electric car company, but they apparently got nothing for their money.
Court documents obtained by The SUN showed that Hubbard, through Edward Burger who is acting as trustee for the Hubbard Family Trust, is suing Hartley along with, John Mattera, Bradford Van Siclen, John Ray Arnold, and Praetorian Fund Limited (www.praetorianfund.com), of which Hartley is a director.
The story was even published in the Miami Herald on Friday.
According to Miami Herald, The Fisker Karma — a sleek, plug-in hybrid sports sedan — made its long-awaited debut earlier this year, and to heaping praise.
Car and Driver called the sports car, which fetches upwards to $100,000, “striking, luxurious, and easy on big-car guilt.” Popular Mechanic added: “The Fisker Karma is a standout luxury and performance vehicle, period.”
According to the court documents, Hubbard is seeking to to recover substantial damages caused by Defendants Praetorian, G. Power, Mattera, Hartley, van Siclen, Arnold and Fund blatant and fraudulent misrepresentations in soliciting Plaintiffs to invest $4.525 million to acquire shares in Praetorian and/or G. Power, based on false representations that such interests would provide indirect ownership of Series A Preferred shares in Fisker Automotive Inc. (“Fisker”).
It is alleged that Praetorian, G. Power, Mattera, Hartley and van Siclen, at various times, represented Plaintiffs these shares were owned by Mattera, Praetorian or G. Power. However, after they made their investment, Plaintiffs never received the shares reflecting their membership interest in Praetorian. Plaintiffs then discovered that Mattera, Praetorian and G. Power did not own the Fisker Series A Preferred shares.
It is also alleged that Arnold and First American participated in these securities violations by violating their duties as escrow agents to the Investors who trusted them to hold their moneys pending a proper closing of this transaction.
The court document said there is also an action for breach of fiduciary duty against the escrow agents for this transaction and an action for breach of contract against Praetorian, because Praetorian took Investors’ money but did not issue them shares representing a corresponding interest in Fisker shares and insofar as Praetorian and G. Power do not own the Series A Preferred shares in Fisker.
It is also alleged that Praetorian, G. Power, Mattera, Hartley, van Siclen and Fund fraudulently induced Plaintiffs to purchase membership interests by telling Plaintiffs that G. Power owned $20 million Series A Preferred shares in Fisker, and that through their investment, they would be purchasing an indirect ownership interest in Series A Preferred Fisker shares to the extent of their purchase.
According to the Miami Herald article, Mattera acknowledges he never owned Fisker Series A-1 preferred stock, which the investors were told they were buying. He did have a substantial holding of similar Series B stock, which he said he tasked associates Bradford van Siclen and John Hartley with selling. Mattera said van Siclen, the New Jersey-based private equity broker who is a defendant in the lawsuit along with Hartley, was responsible for misrepresenting the offer. A message left for van Siclen at his business, The Praetorian Fund, went unanswered this week.
The SUN was unable to reach Hartley for comment up to press time.
Published October 18th, 2011 in the SUN ,Turks and Caicos Islands.