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  1. #406
    mikeinmo is offline Verified Insider - Dr. Teresa Sievers Case
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greater Than View Post
    This guy is a mess. Filed in Miami last week:

    Regions Bank v. Heilbron

    Plaintiff: Regions Bank

    Defendant: Roy G Heilbron

    Case Number: 1:2017mc22229

    Filed: June 14, 2017

    Court: Florida Southern District Court

    Office: Miami Office

    County: Miami-Dade (Office: Miami)

    Presiding Judge: Robert N. Scola

    Nature of Suit: Other Statutory Actions

    Cause of Action: Registration of Foreign Judgment

    Jury Demanded By: None

    https://dockets.justia.com/docket/fl...mc22229/508304
    So apparently Regions bank is covering all bases on getting their money "Foreign Judgment" in Fla is IMO if he has money/property anywhere besides the Court the suit is in, Regions is telling everyone we are going for his money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by No it's not View Post
    Dr RH breached his contract with the Regions Bank for seizing making payments on a business loan. The bank also filed an unjust enrichment claim, which was rejected. (?) The bank went ahead to enforce the judicial decision (being able to access/ garnish possible assets of Dr RH), that was made in another jurisdiction ( Northern Circuit Court in Alabama). They do not have to revamp the original lawsuit.
    ALL IMO
    -Nin
    Hmm...UNJUST ENRICHMENT: " when a person unfairly gets a benefit by chance, mistake or another's misfortune for which the one enriched has not paid or worked and morally and ethically should not keep".
    I could not find an address for Regions Bank in New Mexico, but did find one in Florida. So, I am taking a "wild guess" Dr. RH might have applied for a loan to "buy an existing medical practice...TS's??" And Dr.RH did not tell the bank he was facing charges in New Mexico and/or Florida? Or that he was purchasing the practice from MS, who was later indicted for her death? I noticed Regions Bank did not have a New Mexico location, so I am assuming he got the business loan in FL? If that is the case, and the reason he spent an entire week with MS collecting all the "office equipment/records/items, in toto" and the bank grants the loan. Shortly after, the bank realizes they've made a really bad loan, ie, mistake/omission/criminal charges not disclosed etc. (Just thinking out loud here....not really "loan fraud" on Dr.RH's part if the bank did not ask if he was about to lose his medical license, huh? My experience has been, banks are "more generous in handing out loans" if your name begins with DR. I'll save that issue for another time.)
    And the reason "unjust enrichment" was thrown out, was because the bank gets to write off the loss anyway? Issuing a 1099C, foreclosing on the equipment, repo etc? My aforementioned scenario is a "wild guess".... just trying to figure out what could have transpired and how MS had the money to hire so many attys early on. Who knows, could be they repo'd the purple truck...that would fit the "mistake and misfortune" clause, lol.
    Good night...trading my thinking cap for a https://previews.123rf.com/images/ch...ock-Vector.jpg
    Last edited by IQuestion; 06-20-2017 at 05:10 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IQuestion View Post
    Hmm...UNJUST ENRICHMENT: " when a person unfairly gets a benefit by chance, mistake or another's misfortune for which the one enriched has not paid or worked and morally and ethically should not keep".
    I could not find an address for Regions Bank in New Mexico, but did find one in Florida. So, I am taking a "wild guess" Dr. RH might have applied for a loan to "buy an existing medical practice...TS's??" And Dr.RH did not tell the bank he was facing charges in New Mexico and/or Florida? Or that he was purchasing the practice from MS, who was later indicted for her death? I noticed Regions Bank did not have a New Mexico location, so I am assuming he got the business loan in FL? If that is the case, and the reason he spent an entire week with MS collecting all the "office equipment/records/items, in toto" and the bank grants the loan. Shortly after, the bank realizes they've made a really bad loan, ie, mistake/omission/criminal charges not disclosed etc. (Just thinking out loud here....not really "loan fraud" on Dr.RH's part if the bank did not ask if he was about to lose his medical license, huh? My experience has been, banks are "more generous in handing out loans" if your name begins with DR. I'll save that issue for another time.)
    And the reason "unjust enrichment" was thrown out, was because the bank gets to write off the loss anyway? Issuing a 1099C, foreclosing on the equipment, repo etc? My aforementioned scenario is a "wild guess".... just trying to figure out what could have transpired and how MS had the money to hire so many attys early on. Who knows, could be they repo'd the purple truck...that would fit the "mistake and misfortune" clause, lol.
    Good night...trading my thinking cap for a https://previews.123rf.com/images/ch...ock-Vector.jpg
    Quoting myself for continuity of thought... (Ya'll didn't think I would leave so many questions unanswered, did ya'?) Just how much money did Dr. PGrin borrow, you ask???
    ""Plaintiff, a bank, issued a business loan with a principal of $228,622.74 to Defendant, a medical doctor, on April 28, 2015. (Doc. #16 at 5). Defendant signed a Promissory Note to Plaintiff on that date. (Id. at 8-12). Plaintiff and Defendant also entered into a "Business Loan Agreement" on that date. (Id. at 5, 14-19). Defendant agreed to pay the principal and interest on the loan.""
    Ahah!!! notice the words, Defendant, a medical doctor.....Like I said before, when you have DR. in front of your name, banks tend to overlook a lot of the "jump-through-hoops-of-fire-scrutiny" the rest of us (I) have to go through to get a business loan. I bet the bank never even knew Dr.PGrin was facing criminal charges when he applied for the $228,000 loan....and if you read the rest of the report, it appears he didn't make any payments!!
    So, who got the $228,000??? and where did it go???
    http://www.leagle.com/decision/In%20...0v.%20HEILBRON
    Last edited by IQuestion; 06-20-2017 at 03:06 PM. Reason: PGrin=Perpetual Grin

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    I have always said, "You can steal more with a pen, than a sword....just sign on the dotted line!" (Thinking about the info that came out during/after the mortgage crisis. Too many people trying to close the barn doors, too late.) Why in the world would anyone risk robbing a bank, the old fashioned way? It is too dangerous and traumatizing, you get longer prison sentences when caught, and the prisons are awful. But, if you take money from a bank through filing false paperwork, you might do a short stint in a (nicer) Fed prison and return to your profession when released. (The vast majority of bank robberies are relatively unsuccessful affairs, having netted criminals just $7,500 in 2010 on average, according to the FBI.
    For reference:
    https://www.usnews.com/news/articles...robbing-a-bank
    Hmmm, as MIKEINMO also noted about Regions Bank getting a "Foreign Judgment"....do they think he stashed some of the money? I.e., Could he have gotten a "kickback" from the person selling the practice he was attempting to purchase...(if that was the reason for the loan?)
    Quoting GreaterThan: Post #65
    I cannot get over the fact that this guy drove from NM to FL, with 24 pending federal criminal charges, picked up a highly publicized murdered doctor's computers and office equipment from a guy who SMS and MSM had publicly identified as a POI, and then a month after POI was arrested and charged with the murder, sent out an email blast to the murdered doctor's former patients under the jailed defendant's name and email address to garner business for himself by offering patients access to purchase supplements via his account. All while disciplinary actions have been taken against his medical licenses in both states he is licensed in due to his nondisclosure of criminal activity, unrelated to the current federal criminal charges.

    Seriously. My mind is blown.

    Ditto!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmandaSkis View Post
    Good grief! How do these people find each other??
    AMANDA I was wondering the same thing. Am still trying to figure out why Dr.PGrin wanted to open an holistic practice in Florida when in his "video novella" that he was afraid Big Pharma was trying to squelch the message of perpetual youth and combating disease by killing off like minded physicians. I am coming to the conclusion that I MUST ALWAYS SUPPLY A LINK especially if story is from his home town newspaper.
    http://www.santafenewmexican.com/new...96ed4326d.html
    1)...two years in prison after pleading guilty Friday in federal court to bilking money from Medicare and other health benefit programs through fraudulent billing.
    2)...Blumberg said, he received a Medicare statement that said Heilbron performed about 34 procedures on him and had submitted a claim for more than $24,000, plus more than $16,000 for procedures on his wife. (Yep, over $40,000 for just one couple, for one visit!!)
    3)...Blumberg said a federal agent recently told him that court-ordered restitution could total more than $1 million.
    4)...The board based its action on allegations that he failed to report to the board an April 20, 2013, arrest in Albuquerque and subsequent charges of aggravated DWI.

    Again I ask, how did he hook up with MS? How much did he pay MS for the office equipment and patient data base? (Even if it was just for e-mail access.) What "need" did he establish, from a well respected bank, in order for them to grant him a loan at the end of April, 2015 for over $228,000?? Do any of you sleuths know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IQuestion View Post
    AMANDA I was wondering the same thing. Am still trying to figure out why Dr.PGrin wanted to open an holistic practice in Florida when in his "video novella" that he was afraid Big Pharma was trying to squelch the message of perpetual youth and combating disease by killing off like minded physicians. I am coming to the conclusion that I MUST ALWAYS SUPPLY A LINK especially if story is from his home town newspaper.
    http://www.santafenewmexican.com/new...96ed4326d.html
    1)...two years in prison after pleading guilty Friday in federal court to bilking money from Medicare and other health benefit programs through fraudulent billing.
    2)...Blumberg said, he received a Medicare statement that said Heilbron performed about 34 procedures on him and had submitted a claim for more than $24,000, plus more than $16,000 for procedures on his wife. (Yep, over $40,000 for just one couple, for one visit!!)
    3)...Blumberg said a federal agent recently told him that court-ordered restitution could total more than $1 million.
    4)...The board based its action on allegations that he failed to report to the board an April 20, 2013, arrest in Albuquerque and subsequent charges of aggravated DWI.

    Again I ask, how did he hook up with MS? How much did he pay MS for the office equipment and patient data base? (Even if it was just for e-mail access.) What "need" did he establish, from a well respected bank, in order for them to grant him a loan at the end of April, 2015 for over $228,000?? Do any of you sleuths know?
    Con artists will always find a friend to con with and Mark was a perfect match! Didn't we all speculate in the beginning that Mark sold the office equipment to get some fast cash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsJosie View Post
    below is the link with added last name....it also listed several other doctors, but this is about the above named doctor

    http://www.pathusa.org/speakers/

    Dr. Roy Heilbron-Jimenez, MD

    One of the original National Institute of Health researchers for the TACT (Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy) study, Roy Heilbron, M.D. is an award-winning board-certified cardiologist (2009), board-certified in internal medicine (1993), board-certified in nuclear cardiology (1998), a Diplomat in Cardiovascular Disease of the American Board of Internal Medicine, a Diplomat of the American Board of Holistic Medicine, a certified chelation therapist, former Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Miami School of Medicine, and current Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of New Mexico School of Medicine. He stars in the new documentary film on chelation therapy, “Unleaded.” Dr. Heilbron is also a co-developer and original researcher of The South Beach Diet, in collaboration with Arthur Agatston, M.D. He is also the winner of numerous awards and citations, including the Genentech Research Award and the Paul Furlong Clinical Medicine Award, awarded to the outstanding physician of Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami Beach, Florida. He is currently in private practice in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Dr. Heilbron is on the ACAM Board of Directors and is the co-chairperson for both the Basic Chelation and Advanced Chelation workshops. He has made 5 Himalayan Journeys where he studied under Babaji (??) on how to combine Western and Eastern Medicine.
    He may be reached at heilbron@mac.com or 505-983-1293
    BBM above Doesn't anyone do any fact checking anymore. If Doctor RoyG actually studied under
    Babaji
    Doctor RoyG, RobRoy, Rev Roy etc...would have to be approximately 102 years old. The last sighting of Babaji was in 1935, and it was reported as some type of a "spiritual apparition." (Babaji is a Hindu saint who was born in 203 AD!) Wow, this guy is the ultimate name dropper or blessed time traveler.
    Reality bites again....and cloud computing leaves no (unflattering photo) stone unturned, ugh.
    http://www.santafebusted.com/locatio...ta-fe/15975416
    http://cdn-1.mugshot-publication.com...805/medium.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by IQuestion View Post
    AMANDA I was wondering the same thing. Am still trying to figure out why Dr.PGrin wanted to open an holistic practice in Florida when in his "video novella" that he was afraid Big Pharma was trying to squelch the message of perpetual youth and combating disease by killing off like minded physicians. I am coming to the conclusion that I MUST ALWAYS SUPPLY A LINK especially if story is from his home town newspaper.
    http://www.santafenewmexican.com/new...96ed4326d.html
    1)...two years in prison after pleading guilty Friday in federal court to bilking money from Medicare and other health benefit programs through fraudulent billing.
    2)...Blumberg said, he received a Medicare statement that said Heilbron performed about 34 procedures on him and had submitted a claim for more than $24,000, plus more than $16,000 for procedures on his wife. (Yep, over $40,000 for just one couple, for one visit!!)
    3)...Blumberg said a federal agent recently told him that court-ordered restitution could total more than $1 million.
    4)...The board based its action on allegations that he failed to report to the board an April 20, 2013, arrest in Albuquerque and subsequent charges of aggravated DWI.

    Again I ask, how did he hook up with MS? How much did he pay MS for the office equipment and patient data base? (Even if it was just for e-mail access.) What "need" did he establish, from a well respected bank, in order for them to grant him a loan at the end of April, 2015 for over $228,000?? Do any of you sleuths know?
    I think TS met him through her alternative explorations. I forget what the scammers name was that she thought was so great. He made himself some kind of fake Native American.

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    Quote Originally Posted by human View Post
    I think TS met him through her alternative explorations. I forget what the scammers name was that she thought was so great. He made himself some kind of fake Native American.
    HUMAN....Wow! Your info really helped my research...appears Dr.H was fashioning his life after THIS man. The article starts out like a normal philanthropic gift to a university, and by the end? Maybe a little strange?
    Noteworthy (IMO)...1) "he converses with and receives guidance from an angel by the name of G"
    2) ".... believes in reincarnation."
    “I don’t believe I had a prior life,” he says. “I know I had a prior life.”
    3) He opened a comprehensive pain clinic on his 560-acre farm
    4) Towards the end of the article, this EXTREMELY ODD SNIPPET:
    “I know that I was a brute 300 years ago,” he says. “I had a man murdered because he wanted my job.” He also believes he was once a disciple of St. Francis of Assisi.
    http://lacrossetribune.com/news/loca...a4bcf887a.html
    ***On the reincarnation/previous lives issue....I live in SoCal. At every social gathering at least 5 people announce they are reincarnations of Egyptian queens. (Guess I am destined to be surrounded by ancient Egyptian royalty, lol.)****

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