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Re: “Blowing the whistle?

David Kuritzky's been a wanted fugitive since his 2009 arrest.

OMSJ investigators recently linked KURITZKY, (aka “Kralc Rekab”, aka Snout, aka “David Regev”, aka “David Bender”) to a Comcast IP address in Cambridge MA. A year later, Comcast identified “David Regev’s” address within walking distance from Harvard University, where OMSJ’s server logs show that he spent many hours and months on my website in an apartment with apparently no legitimate means of employment.

Shortly after he fled (using a new passport, Florida ID and SSN), OMSJ tracked him down in Georgia, where he was arrested by sheriffs deputies on a fugitive warrant. Three weeks later, Mrs. Tovah Kuritzky filed for divorce in Florida.

Last March, Kuritzky pled guilty to embezzling at least $150,000 from his former employer, a FELONY. During the sentencing hearing, his attorney disclosed Kuritzky’s earlier vandalism conviction and cited his bouts of mental illness. You'll find more info, along with his associate, former Emory Medical School Professor James Murtagh MD at http://jamesmurtaghmd.com/.

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Posted by cwbpi on 08/24/2013 at 8:44 PM

Re: “Blowing the whistle?

While their false charges against me make interesting reading, anyone who wishes to earn $5000 cash can contact me so that I can have them served. www.cwbpi.com

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Posted by Anonymous on 10/25/2009 at 3:37 PM

Re: “Blowing the whistle?

Kuritzky and Murtagh are still in hiding. if anyone knows where they're at, send me a message at www.cwbpi.com. Like Emory, they made false allegations and don't want to be forced to defend their false allegations in NYC.

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Posted by Anonymous on 07/01/2009 at 11:50 AM

Re: “Blowing the whistle?

Most recently, both Murtagh and Kuritzky are named defendants in a NY Sumpreme Court libel lawsuit:

http://exlibhollywood.blogspot.com/2009/05/investigative-reporter-files-lawsuit.html

As time passes, it appears that Emory had good reasons to sack both of them...

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Posted by Anonymous on 06/20/2009 at 2:38 PM

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