5 January 2010
Alleged Ponzi schemer asks for protection
RICHMOND HILL, ONT—Following up on a story from late last year, the National Post is reporting that the family of a man allegedly involved in a $27-million Ponzi scheme has received death threats, prompting the commercial court judge to censor documents for security reasons.

The bankruptcy of small Richmond Hill, Ont-based printer E Graphix Ltd. owned by Tzvi Erez was the start of the “elaborate trail of alleged fraud and deception,” according The Post.

Violent threats are rare in such commercial proceedings, according to Justice Colin Campbell of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, but this case, he told the National Post, is "a weird one."
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