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Investor Sunil Rajesh Ramdas to face life behind bars

Added: (Sun Mar 24 2019)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Sunil Rajesh Ramdas who was a stock market investor trader in Shanghai, China will face life behind bars after an illegal loophole in his formality of trading. Millions has been lost to Japanese investors and a cross court country battle has been ongoing for several years. Sunny D investments has fully ceased trading and all assets have been stolen and put in different jurisdictions which is not traceable. His way of trading was brilliant, but other investor directors defrauded the market and fled across the border with the money realising they could make hundreds of millions from this private stock market in their own country. Sunil Rajesh Ramdas will now face the consequences of these manipulative investors as they are no where to be found and he was the majority owner at the highest trading peak point. Even though his market was fully legit and verified by the Chinese government authorities, the fraudulent Japanese investors started trading in it illegally and fled the country with millions which left Sunny (Sunil Rajesh Ramdas) to take the blame and serve life in prison for stock fraud manipulation. Authorities are trying to fight for only 25 years in prison but stock fraud manipulation in China is a dangerous crime and it will most certainly be life in prison in China. Some of his investors and investor owners could have faced prison time too, but he refused to hand over details and passed the full ownership of the market as his own even though other market investors around the world that were part of his investment team owned some percentages of the market. Taking all the blame and refusing to hand over details has landed him with a life prison sentence.

Submitted by:Chris Pittman
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