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Former AEHI CEO Don Gillispie

Former AEHI CEO Don Gillispie
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Sunday, January 30, 2011

SEC: AEHI Key Senior Executive VP Jennifer Ransom "Raced To Her Bank" December 16, Withdrew 140K

Page 9 of the SEC's Reply Memorandum has these interesting snippets:

" Defendants Withdrew Investor Funds After the TRO.[Temporary Restraining Order]

After the Court signed the TRO Order on December 16, 2010, but before the Commission
could effect service, Ransom raced to her bank and withdrew a total of $140,000 in funds subject
to the asset freeze. Specifically, on December 16, Ransom transferred $20,000 from her Bosco
account to her personal checking account, Waldron Reply Decl. ¶45, Ex. EE at SEC_MW
001223, and paid her property management company $38,936.75. Id. at SEC_MW 001218. The
next morning, Ransom withdrew $40,000 from her joint checking account with Gillispie, id. ¶46,
Ex. FF at SEC_MW 000896, and $40,000 from her Bosco account. Id."

AEHI CEO Don Gillispie at various times has denied allegations that Jennifer Ransom, his Key Senior Executive Vice President for Asian-American Relations, was also his girlfriend.  Yet, here we see, according to the SEC, they have (had?) a joint checking account.
Right, Don.  Despite your assertion you paraded her around with you on trips to just to impress the "less-technical" Asian businessmen with blond fetishes, it's also a well known fact that 60-something "Retired Nuclear Execs" like to have a "pretty blond face to look at"- which better explains your joint checking account with her and which, according to the SEC, is now $40,000 lighter thanks to her documented driving racing skillz:

State of Idaho Recognizes AEHI Key Senior Executive Vice President Jennifer Ransom's Racing Skills

From a traffic monitoring camera, December 16:
AEHI Key Senior Executive Vice President For Quick Bank Runs Jennifer Ransom On Her Way to Grab Some Cash December 16th


  1. OMG, this is your best to date!

  2. The Dude relentlessly continues to expose the truth!! Nice work.

  3. I wonder if the investors paid that last ticket. I also wonder if they are paying for her very expensive car insurance.

  4. The Dude cannot take full credit- The SEC has supplied this latest mountain of information. The Dude just sorts through it all and puts the more fun and interesting parts up for your reading pleasure. Glad you like it.

  5. Thanks SEC for keeping the masses enlightened!!

  6. Yet neither one has a thing to hide and have been honest. WOW.

  7. Look at the dates on the tickets... they span over 5 years... She is a fast driver, I know from personal experience, but a ticket is only charged on your insurance for 3 years.

  8. Thanks for the comment, Don. I know they don't count for insurance purposes after a period of time, but they do seem to indicate a consistent pattern of speeding.