Juicy Fields South African Media Adventures

The Juicy Fields scam was never just limited to Europe. Indeed, from the beginning, the scam looked to South Africa in particular, for everything from cultivation plantations to new leadership. In the last several months, this situation has become even stranger as people associated with the scam continue to work there, or make claims that they do, which have even now roped in local and established journalists. The Juicy Fields Paid Press Effort The Juicy Fields Dao is not going away, but rather continuing to generate false press and media. As of mid January, 2024, the scam has continued to…

Top German Cannabis Lawyer Admits to Working for Juicy Fields

According to his own admission, Kai Friedrich Niermann, a German lawyer specializing in the cannabis industry with his own shingle at KFN+, worked directly with the Juicy Fields scam. We have been asserting this for well over a year since our involvement in the Juicy Fields case, and against a raft of industry rumour and scorn that starts with “but there is no document.” As of June 6, just several weeks before the last ICBC conference in Berlin, Friedrich Niermann issued his own statement. We are highlighting it here and commenting on the same. Business With the Company According to…

The prosecution of Mark Zuckerberg has now reached the Supreme Court in Sweden 

CEO of META Platforms Inc., Mark Zuckerberg, is charged in Sweden with aiding and abetting aggravated fraud. If convicted, Zuckerberg could face up to 8 years in prison.   META has its largest server facility in northern Sweden, where more than 1.3 billion Facebook users are connected. Attorney at Law Lars J. Olofsson represents about 1,500 crime victims, from 58 countries, in one of modern times’ largest investment frauds, Juicy Fields, where about 125,000 people worldwide have lost more than 3 billion Euros. Most of the marketing of the scam has taken place on Facebook and Instagram with paid ads…

Public letter to The Global Investigative Journalism Conference

Dear Investigative Journalists, We are writing to you because you are attending the global investigative journalism conference. By way of introduction, I am the lead plaintiff in a series of private prosecutions and class actions due to a massive ponzi scheme in the global cannabis industry called Juicy Fields. The fraud itself was huge – kind of like the Wirecard of cannabis. Investors were lured mostly via online means, including direct, paid advertorial pitches on social media like Facebook, but also via cannabis conferences, and both the mainstream and cannabis focussed media. We were told that we could make up to…