Wednesday, September 16, 2009

NEW FRAUD ALLEGATIONS AGAINST NEIL DIAMOND

You may remember several months back when Liberty Dispatch broke the national story of singer Neil Diamond who was accused of not giving money he raised in the name of Ike Relief, to the Ike Relief Fund. It is further alleged that Mr. Diamond used the unsolicited public relations interest in Oak Island/Ike relief to create a place for himself as "Music Entertainer of the Year".

Now, sources close to Liberty Dispatch claim that no money allegedly raised by Mr. Diamond can be found. The claimed amount of money raised by Mr. Diamond through the sale of concert paraphernalia is said to be around two million dollars.

When Liberty Dispatch first broke the story, threats were made to Mr. Akins who was then investigating the story. Its is further alleged that Mr. Diamond's people contacted Liberty County DA, Mike Little in an attempt to quiet Mr. Akins through pressure of an indictment and loss of his Investigations License.

More later...

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

The FBI should immediately investigate these allegations.

Anonymous said...

They already have

Anonymous said...

Not that we have heard or seen.

Anonymous said...

I heard in the news that the money was already sent or was going to be sent to Oak Island residents to build new houses. Idon't know if there is any truth to this story either. It has gotten to where I believe nothing I read anymore and half of what I hear. I think I was actually from Missouri.(The Show Me State)

Anonymous said...

Any news yet, whether The residents of Oak Island have received any of this releif money? I think I will drive down to Oak Island and see and ask around about this Neil Diamond Money. I will let you know what I find out.