There is no end in sight in the long standing criminal proceedings against PKI mastermind Arlan Galbraith
Another in an ongoing series of adjournments surrounding fraud charges against PKI founder Arlan Galbraith has resulted in a new appearance date being set for January
photo: A no trespassing sign in front of the property where former Pigeon King International owner Arlan Galbraith currently lives near Cochrane, Ontario.
Arlan Galbraith’s lawyer says he needs more time to review the large volume of evidence amassed in an alleged pigeon Ponzi scheme police claim his client hatched
photo: Arlan Galbraith
Creditors of Pigeon King International comment on the company’s founder’s efforts to resist personal bankruptcy.
Reposted Wednesday Dec. 17, 2008
How, and if, the founder of a failed pigeon breeding scheme promoted his company’s incorporation to business associates may well hold the key to his defense against personal bankruptcy.
More than four months after the collapse of his ill-fated pigeon breeding scheme owner Arlan Galbraith has been hit with two separate legal actions. Filed the same day, in different courthouses, by separate parties, both target his personal assets.
Pigeon King International never intended to get into the squab business says a former employee who claims credit for promoting the idea to owner Arlan Galbraith.
Pigs are no more likely to contract circovirus from pigeons than they are from farmers' boots or truck tires, says Ontario agriculture ministry swine disease prevention specialist Tim Blackwell.
UPDATED Thursday June 26, 2008, 11:56 a.m. (Links added)
The State of Maryland wants Pigeon King International Inc. to explain why it should be allowed to continue to do business within the state’s boundaries.
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