What is constructive fraud?
Editor’s Note: It appears that Ann Elizabet Barnhardt, as the name appears in all databases, may have signed a contract with the disputed party under the name, Ann Elizabeth Barnhardt, to help hide reference of any resulting dispute with her real name.
But what I find curious, is that Barnhardt Capital Management is the new name of Hedgersedge OmniMedia, which appears to be the owner of Hedgers Edge LLC, which had an address associated with Barnhardt in some databases, and which appears to be still operating as hedgersedge.com, and even cited by a subsidiary of Reuters (Rothschilds controlled) as an authority on some Cattle Trading data. There is even an Ann with an email at HedgersEdge.com. This all may explain why Barnhardt is no longer a future trader or Hedger agent, since this arbitration ruling may have irreparably burnt her professional reputation in that sector. However, what I do believe is, that Reuters would never, never, never give credence or public approbation of any entity which is not part of the Globalist system of financial control.
Moreover, I find hard to understand her statement:
Finally, I will not, under any circumstance, consider reforming and re-opening Barnhardt Capital Management,
From her famous letter of Nov. 2011, published by her, here: https://www.barnhardt.biz/the-one-about/the-one-about-my-shutting-down-my-brokerage-letter/
Because according to research done by others, Barnhardt Capital Management is still in existence and files papers with the state government where it is incorporated. And that means that it is still doing business or at least has capital on the books, such as ownership interest in other LLCs.
I am sure that the truth will all come out one day. But I now understand better why she accused one person of being the worst pope in history, and another of being a larcenist. I know the first accusation is constructive calumny, and the other is pure libel.
Finally, the cherry on top of this cake is this, that Ann Barnhardt is known to have converted to the Catholic Faith sometime around 2007, two years before this fraud complaint. And yet, 7 years later, she writes this article, which omits mention of keeping the 10 Commandments as a necessary preparation for a valid baptism or conversion: