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Miami Bourse Pres. Urges Victims to Come Forward, Join Complaint

Jul 2, 2008 12:53 PM   By David Rosenberg
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RAPAPORT...  The following letter is from David Rosenberg, president of  the Diamond Bourse of S.E. USA

Dear Industry Members,

I would like to bring you up to date with the latest information on the 60/60 Diamonds, Ilan Shuman, Israel Gottfried, and Navin Shivdasani with Dasani Jewelers,  case.

According to the evidence that we have been presented with and our investigational work done so far, it appears to be that Eliahu Shetrit of Absolute Diamonds in New York has ended up with the diamonds from the above individuals.

A decision was made to form a group, and to fight this matter with one voice.  I have recommended hiring attorney Cindy Molloy of Tratner, Molloy & Goodstein LLP to pursue this case in order to get restitution and justice.  Cindy is a well known attorney in New York City and has been very successful in a number of cases that our industry has faced.

I urge every single victim who is financially involved to join this group! (Most likely, that is the only way you could see any money and results.) There are many members of the trade who don’t believe in investing good money after bad.  I would agree if you were to fight it solo most likely you would run out of steam and money, but as a group, our voice is louder in front of the law enforcement agencies, the judge and jury.

We must face that our industry is very vulnerable to this criminal acts and we can’t keep sitting and watching from the side lines, we must aggressively address it.

For your convenience Cindy Molloy’s information is Tratner, Molloy & Goodstein LLP 551 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10176 Tel: (212) 867 1100 Fax: (212) 972 1787.


David Rosenberg
Diamond Bourse of SE USA

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