Sun Edison shareholder Stephen A. Miller filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court a motion to compel the Court to order an investigation by the US Trustee and Federal Bureau of Investigation into alleged embezzlement and securities fraud by SunEdison’s management and destruction of records by KPMG prior to distribution of any funds for any purpose.
The motion argues, “Due to the destruction of records by KPMG there can be no way to know the size of missing cash from embezzlement revealed in the civil complaint No. 4:15-01769- RWS UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Eastern District of Missouri Eastern Division 2. The authors of the aforementioned 215 page civil complaint have a series of events depicting probable cause of criminal events that directly embezzled funds causing the bankruptcy. Some of these events sought to gain from criminal acts including the $169,000,000 15% loan by Goldman Sachs.”
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