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Category Archives: 100 Huntley Street
The, Oh My God! from April Hernandez in the promo at 1:42 is um…er… ah…sets a tone for 100 Huntley Street US brought to you by the Canadian evangelical charity/broadcaster Crossroads Christian Communications Inc. The show, hosted by April Hernandez … Continue reading
I have not had the opportunity to source this information – I am in the process of doing so, it’s late night in Ontario, so I don’t expect any responses until tomorrow, if at all. The standard press releases aren’t … Continue reading
In November of last year, the Ontario Securities and Exchange Commission held a hearing to determine penalties for Gordon Driver, Steven Taylor and Reynold Mainse for their involvement in the ponzi scheme which affected 252 investors in Canada and the … Continue reading
Axcess Automation/Fund updates – Gordon Driver arrested, Reynold Mainse facing OSC ruling in November. Acted contrary to the public interest
I’ve fallen behind a bit in updating the Axcess Automation/Funds saga. A lot has happened lately, with a couple of the key players in the ponzi scheme which saw investors lose millions. The Ontario Securities Commission has put up “Reasons … Continue reading
Should someone have the rights and privileges of ministerial (ordination) credentials given by a branch of the Ontario government when that person is under investigation by another arm of the provincial government? Reynold Mainse, son of David Mainse, founder of Crossroads Christian Communications Inc. … Continue reading
This week, a federal judge in Southern California sided with the United States Futures Trading Commission and handed Driver a whopping bill for his shenanigans: $41.4 million. U.S. District Court Judge Otis D. Wright, II ordered Driver–who used a majority … Continue reading
75 year old David Mainse who founded Crossroads Christian Communications has been diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome (also known as smoldering leukemia) and is undergoing treatment. Mainse is best known for Crossroads flagship show 100 Huntley Street. Myelodysplastic syndrome: In myelodysplastic syndromes, the blood … Continue reading
A Freelton man accused of running a $14-million US Ponzi scheme has had his contempt of court hearing in Los Angeles postponed until July. The United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission is asking a California judge to find Gordon Driver … Continue reading