FRANKLIN C. FISHER JR. AZTEC OIL HOUSTON Texas

Complaint: FRANKLIN C. FISHER LIES TO FEDS AND CONTINUES TO LIE TO OBTAIN PROPERTIES, BIGTIME SCAM OIL MAN, HAS NEW EOR DEVELOPING IN MEDINA, DESTIN COUNTIES TEXAS, GOES UNDER LOTS OF ALIAS NAMES, AZTEC OIL AND GAS STILL TRADING, CROOK STILL RUNNING IT! FRIEND PETER WORTON THREATENED ME FOR FILING? BEWARE: DO NOT BELIEVE HIM! CANNOT MAKE AN HONEST DEAL Former CEO of Publicly Traded Company Pleads Guilty to Obstruction of Justice, EX-ATTORNEYThird Attorney to Plead Guilty in Connection with Ongoing Securities Fraud Investigation U.S. Attorneyu2019s OfficeFebruary 22, 2011 District of Columbia(202) 514-7566 WASHINGTONu2014Franklin C. Fisher, Jr., 70, an attorney licensed to practice law in Texas, pled guilty today to a charge of obstruction of justice stemming from his conduct during an investigation into allegations of securities fraud, announced Robert D. Okun, the Acting U.S. Attorney in this case, and James W. McJunkin, Assistant Director in Charge of the FBIu2019s Washington Fiel

Complaint: FRANKLIN C. FISHER LIES TO FEDS AND CONTINUES TO LIE TO OBTAIN PROPERTIES, BIGTIME SCAM OIL MAN, HAS NEW EOR DEVELOPING IN MEDINA, DESTIN COUNTIES TEXAS, GOES UNDER LOTS OF ALIAS NAMES, AZTEC OIL AND GAS STILL TRADING, CROOK STILL RUNNING IT! FRIEND PETER WORTON THREATENED ME FOR FILING? BEWARE: DO NOT BELIEVE HIM! CANNOT MAKE AN HONEST DEAL Former CEO of Publicly Traded Company Pleads Guilty to Obstruction of Justice, EX-ATTORNEYThird Attorney to Plead Guilty in Connection with Ongoing Securities Fraud Investigation U.S. Attorneyu2019s OfficeFebruary 22, 2011 District of Columbia(202) 514-7566 WASHINGTONu2014Franklin C. Fisher, Jr., 70, an attorney licensed to practice law in Texas, pled guilty today to a charge of obstruction of justice stemming from his conduct during an investigation into allegations of securities fraud, announced Robert D. Okun, the Acting U.S. Attorney in this case, and James W. McJunkin, Assistant Director in Charge of the FBIu2019s Washington Field Office. Fisher, of Houston, pleaded guilty to a one-count information before Chief Judge Royce C. Lamberth in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. He faces a statutory maximum term of 10 years in prison on the charge. His sentencing has not yet been scheduled. As part of the plea agreement, Fisher agreed to forfeit $390,000. In connection with the guilty plea and as set forth in the executed statement of offense, Fisher acknowledged that from July 2004 through June 2007, he provided consulting services to Aztec Oil & Gas, Inc. Aztec Oil & Gas was publicly traded under the ticker symbol u201cAZGSu201d on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board. From June 15, 2007, through February 1, 2010, Fisher was Aztecu2019s chief executive officer and chairman.

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Address: One Riverway,Suite1580 Houston , Texas USA

Website: AZTEC OIL AND GAS INC

Phone: 832-242-6500

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