May 6th Market Event MDC Holdings, Inc. NYSE Larry Mizel Culprit

Breaking News Tuesday May 18 2010

May 6th Market Event MDC Holdings, Inc. NYSE Larry Mizel Culprit

larry_mizel_2.jpgRight: Larry Mizel Denver, Colorado May 6th Market Theft $500 Billion


Complaint Filed Under 18 U.S.C.4 the Federal Reporting Crimes Act



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Tuesday May 18, 2010


I, Stew Webb nationally known Federal Whistleblower

am Officially informing those in this e-mail notification

of what occurred on May 6, 2010 known as the May 6, Market event.


I have made all the official complaints, by phone and online criminal

referrals and complaints to NYSE and the SEC May 13 and 14, 2010.


I have answers how Larry Mizel did it.


Larry Mizel pocketed $500 Billion.

Used his and Leonard Millman Banks Mizel went to the Fed Window.

Used 50-60 Brokerage Houses to do trades..

Used electronic trades with shorts and longs all planed to defraud

investors in one day.

Mizel controls thousands of Corporations and Illegal entities.

See below Mizel Millman Narcotics Bank Wire Transfers

Larry Mizel Organized Crime Syndicate

Please review the attached below on Larry Mizel

Mizel Control $16 Trillion stolen over 40 years from the US Treasury, HUD,

Investors, Savings and Loans, FDIC, RTC and the Current Bank Bail Out.


Are you really going to get to the bottom of May 6, Frauds or not?

Please do not hesitate in calling me.

Stew Webb



Criminal Referral Filed by Federal Whistleblower

to SEC and NYX

on Larry Mizel insider trading with computers shorts and longs

Mizel runs MDC Holding NYSE May 13, and May 14, 2010


More on Larry Mizels Track Record of Organized Crimes



NASDAQ OMX and NYSE Euronext Coordinate to Determine Cause of May 6th

Market Event


New York, N.Y. — May 9, 2010 — The NASDAQ OMX Group (NASDAQ OMX: NDAQ) and

NYSE Euronext (NYSE:NYX) are committed to working closely with each other,

the Securities and Exchange Commission, other regulators and all market

participants to determine the cause of Thursday’s market plunge and to

develop effective solutions promoting greater market stability, efficiency

and transparency.


Criminal Referral Filed on Larry Mizel MDC NYSE to SEC and NYSE


Breaking News May 14, 2010


Larry Mizel MDC NYSE Organized Crime Syndicate


larry_mizel_2.jpg(right) Larry Mizel MDC NYSE


Notice to SEC and NYSE May 14, 2010


18 U.S.C. Federal Report Crime Act


Criminal Referral on Larry A. Mizel




Federal Grand Jury Demand Filings


United States District Court


Denver Case NO.95-y-107


Stew Webb Federal Whistleblower Information:


Current Filings In The United States District Courts:




Coming soon for Justice in America,%20al.htm




Millman-Mizel-Bush-Narcotics Money Laundering




Leonard Millman- Larry Mizel Organized Crime Syndicate


Some of Millman-Mizel Companies thousands more:




Larry Mizel's Religion and Murders


Larry is this your $1.5 Billion in Gold?




View More Frauds by Larry Mizel


Stew Webb




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