- The two founders of the Amyntor Group — Billionaire Michael Goguen and Matthew Marshall, who pleaded guilty to wire fraud, money laundering, tax evasion, and claimed to be a former CIA operative — allegedly sent each other a series of bizarre messages.
- “He and Marshall also discussed plans to conduct paramilitary missions overseas, which would theoretically allow Goguen—who was worth at least hundreds of millions of dollars—to act as a covert Batman against global crime and terrorism,” Noah Kirsch from The Beast reported.
- “He’s either lying or the dumbest motherf**ker Stanford ever graduated,” a resident of Flathead County said about his billionaire venture capitalist neighbor.
Bob Brigham from Rawstory writes:
“The Daily Beast on Wednesday published a new report on a “star venture capitalist” titled, “Lewd Texts & Secret Missions: Inside Billionaire Michael Goguen’s Wild Life.”
The Beast reported on messages reportedly sent between Goguen and Matthew Marshall, one of his employees who claimed to be a former CIA operative.
“He and Marshall also discussed plans to conduct paramilitary missions overseas, which would theoretically allow Goguen—who was worth at least hundreds of millions of dollars—to act as a covert Batman against global crime and terrorism,” reported Noah Kirsch, The Beast’s “wealth and power” reporter.
The two founded the Amyntor Group.
“Goguen separately wired more than $2 million to Marshall for the paramilitary missions over multiple payments, including $750,000 in 2015 “to strike Syrian Terrorist Leaders,” according to a court filing later submitted by federal prosecutors. But these world-saving ambitions never materialized. In fact, none of the secret missions took place at all,” The Beast reported…”
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