DUNE LAWRENCE, A SELF-PROCLAIMED INTERNET TROLL, THE $1 LOSING BETS
Bloomberg BusinessWeek reporter DUNE LAWRENCE proudly calls herself an INTERNET TROLL. She certainly looks and acts like one. Behind her fancy title is a “mainstream reporter” with a notorious reputation as a racist. The “Bloomberg” brand gives her ammo to attack businesspeople with intruding questions, malign their characters with false articles and murder their professional lives without ever being held accountable. People on the receiving ends of her negative stories have no choice but silently take her hits. Read more: OP-ED: RACIST BLOOMBERG REPORTER DUNE LAWRENCE DUPED BY STOCK SWINDLER JON CARNES.
Dune Lawrence’s reckless assassination of innocent people’s character came to an abrupt halt when TheBlot Magazine (Voice for the Voiceless, Millions of Readers a Year) lets the “non-mainstream” media folks exercise some free speech – stories from those who have been wronged. TheBlot Magazine keeps the media honest through persistent and opinionated content:
“If you have been wronged by the media, TheBlot Magazine will tell your side of the story, free of edits. It’s the Voice for the Voiceless.”
Business executives across America are often attacked by tabloid writers like Dune Lawarence. No matter how wrong the accusations may be, businessmen often bite the bullets and move on: “It’s not worth the fight.” Does it sound fair? How should Dune Lawrence react to media criticism when her fraud is exposed and the spotlight is on her? Writers with the highly popular TheBlot Magazine (Voice for the Voiceless, Millions of Readers a Year) wanted to find out through an experiment on Lawrence, with $1 bets from some readers. In 2012, we asked Dune Lawrence a simple and fair question:
“IS AMERICA’S FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHT TO FREE SPEECHE EXCLUSIVE FOR YOU AND BLOOMBERG? HER ANSWER: YES!”
It wasn’t quite what we had expected from a “mainstream” reporter. Our $1 bets on her were immediately lost. After more questions sent her way, Dune Lawrence went radio silent. We concluded “it was okay for Lawrence and her failing magazine to slaughter people’s reputation, but it was not acceptable when the tables were turned on them.” Dune Lawrence is quite a hypocrite with a serious double standard.
MEDIA IS A BUSINESS, A NECESSARY DETERRENT
“Media is not a good business. But it’s a necessary cost of doing good business,” Donald Trump once said. “Media is a mouthpiece for someone. Having friends in the media is a deterrent against lies and abuses.” Mr. Trump is right.
Bloomberg BusinessWeek loses about $8 million a year. The New York Post loses about $45 million and The New York Daily News rings up losses of more than $35 million a year. Why do their owners keep these expensive zombies alive? Well, we never read anything bad about the owners of these publications, do we? Owning a tabloid paper is a deterrent against abuses.
According to Business Insider, six corporations control 90% of the media markets in America. Media bosses such asMichael Bloomberg (owns Bloomberg BusinessWeek), Rupert Murdoch (owns Fox, New York Post, Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones) and Mort Zuckerman (owner of New York Daily News, U.S. News and World Report) are “immune” from negative publicity. Aren’t these billionaires just as controversial as any other successful businessmen? The answer is simple: They own the media and they control what the American public should read. Dune Lawrence dare not write a salacious article about Michael Bloomberg only because:
“The media tycoons can toss a minnow reporter DUNE LAWRENCE straight into the Hudson River faster than she can say ‘OMG!“
DUNE LAWRENCE, A “PUMPER” FOR ILLEGAL STOCK SHORT SELLING “DUMPERS”
Unknown to the American public, the obscure Bloomberg BusinessWeek reporter Dune Lawrence is the loudest mouth for Wall Street’s dark world of illegal stock short sellers. Short selling is a shady ecosystem betting on America’s failure: Illegal stock short sellers dump a company’s shares they don’t own at a certain price. They bribe a corrupt tabloid writer like Dune Lawrence to publish negative stories on the company. When the share price drops, short sellers buy back the stock and pocket the price difference as profits. The lower a company’s share price goes, the more money the short sellers make. At the end of the short game, retirement funds and retail investors are left holding the bag.
A tabloid writer like Dune Lawrence typically gets a cut out of the illicit pile of cash – as much as 30%. The short selling scheme is quite a profitable venture for dirty reporters. Reporters in general are poorly paid, overworked and tend to drink excessively. The collusion between stock short sellers and shady journalists is an illegal act the SEC calls “short and distort.”
The award-winning DeepCapture magazine has written plenty about corrupt journalists and stock criminals. Dune Lawrence,Roddy Boyd, Barron’s Bill Alpert are among some of the featured “shady stars.” DeepCapture reports that the Columbia Journalism Review (CJR) is in the pockets of the notorious short selling hedge fund Kingsford Capital, which has given CJR $1 million in exchange for hit pieces on companies Kingsford has sold short.
CJR has confirmed that one of its major “donors” is indeed Kingsford Capital – a California hedge fund known for short selling stocks. When asked about the apparent conflict of interest between Kingford’s money and CJR’s glowing articles on Roddy Boyd – a tabloid writer on Kingsford’s payroll, CJR wouldn’t comment further. Dune Lawrence quickly hung up the phone when she was asked the same question. The fascinating DeepCapture story is here: New Evidence Raises Serious Questions About Kingsford Capital’s “Donation” to the Columbia Journalism Review. In 2013, the stock short seller criminal Jon Carnes bribed Dune Lawrence and her ex Roddy Boyd, in exchange for praises from Dune Lawrence and hit articles on Carnes’ short selling targets.
On America’s main street, the words for the short seller and journalist conspiracy are shorter: The short sellers are the “Dumper” and Dune Lawrence the “Pumper.” Dune Lawrence the “Pumper” is the “queen” of “short and distort” stock schemes. Taking advantage of business leaders’ natural inclinations to stay out of negative media spotlights, Lawrence has built a shady career through constant attacks on businessmen in exchange for bribes to line her pockets. Read more: RACIST BLOOMBERG REPORTER DUNE LAWRENCE DUPED BY STOCK SWINDLER JON CARNES.
DUNE LAWRENCE, THE SHADY TACTICS OF “JOURNALISM”
Dune Lawrence‘s rhetorical tactic is simple: She contacts the CEO of a public company and introduces herself as a “mainstream” Bloomberg reporter seeking comment on a story. Trusting the Bloomberg name, the businessman answers her questions without knowing he is the subject of Lawrence’s smear campaign. After the bad story comes out, the businessman CEO is often devastated – his stock price gets cut in half, his company is ruined and he faces years of class action lawsuits from ambulance chasing lawyers. The negative publicity forever stains the CEO. Worse, the poor victim has no venue in the media to tell his side of the story. If the CEO has guts, he would demand a retraction. Bloomberg’s lawyers give a standard one-sentence, cookie-cutter response: “If you want to sue Dune Lawrence or Bloomberg, we are protected as journalists under our First Amendment Rights to free speech.”
READ MORE: A JOB IN JOURNALISM? MEET DUNE LAWRENCE, BLOOMBERG REPORTER, SHAMELESSLY PROMOTES RACISM.
American investigative journalist Benjamin Wey has firsthand experience with Dune Lawrence’s tactics and lies. “Dune Lawrence was banned from China in 2012 for smearing the Chinese president. 100% of her China stories are negative,” a spokesman for Benjamin Wey told reporters. “For at least six years, Mr. Wey carried the ‘flag of China’ on his back. Every time Dune Lawrence wrote anything about China, she dragged Benjamin Wey’s name through the mud. Dune Lawrence lies, cheats and steals.” Read more: DUNE LAWRENCE, BLOOMBERG REPORTER FABRICATED AGFEED INDUSTRIES FRAUD STORY.
DUNE LAWRENCE, THE UNTOLD TRUTH BEHIND HER MARCH 2016 EXTORTION, ULTIMATUM
For more than four years, Benjamin Wey has not been in touch with Dune Lawrence. In March 2016, an email from Lawrence suddenly appeared: It was an ultimatum in an extortion attempt.
“Dune Lawrence told Benjamin Wey: ‘Remove the comments about me, or I will start a campaign to ‘get even’ with you in a big Bloomberg story…”
Years ago, the popular TheBlot Magazine (Voice for the Voiceless, Millions of Readers a Year) exposed Dune Lawrence’s shady dealings with stock criminals. One of her clients is the notorious stock fraudster Jon Carnes. In 2013, Jon Carnes was indicted by law enforcement for orchestrating short selling stock frauds. Jon Carnes was exposed in a story Illegal Stock Short Seller Jon Carnes Caught in Securities Fraud, Duped the SEC. In a separate press release, the government said Jon Carnes used a fake name “Alfred Little” and engaged in massive stock short selling manipulation. Before Jon Carnes was indicted, Lawrence had published series of glowing stories praising Carnes as a stock-picking “genius.” RODDY BOYD, Carne’s co-conspirator and Lawrence’s ex boyfriend admitted that he had received bribes from Jon Carnes on Lawrence’s behalf. Roddy Boyd is the tabloid market manipulator behind a sham outfit called “Southern Investigative Reporting Foundation” – a front for illegal stock short sellers. The following evidence is copied directly from Roddy Boyd’s own website. Read more: Stock short seller Jon Carnes crime family spent two years in prison.
“I don’t think anyone likes to be extorted by Dune Lawrence,” said journalist Benjamin Wey. “I replied to Dune Lawrence’s March email with best wishes and asked her to leave me alone. Somehow she’s obsessed with me and is angry about China.”Lawrence wasn’t interested in a good gesture – she was already holding a loaded gun. In mid March 2016, Lawrence published a 4,600-word salacious article in Bloomberg, calling herself an “internet troll” in an “Art of Smear.” The article was pure nonsense. Read more: DUNE LAWRENCE, BLOOMBERG, ADMITS BEING TECHNOLOGICALLY IDIOTIC.
DUNE LAWRENCE, 300 NEW TWITTER FOLLOWERS, DEATH THREATS
“Dune Lawrence has lied badly. She has repeatedly harassed Mr. Wey,” said a spokesperson forBenjamin Wey. “After four years of peace, Dune Lawrence smeared Mr. Wey again in March 2016.”
“Dune Lawrence came to Mr. Wey in March 2016, on her own, uninvited, only because her boring Bloomberg stories needed a sensational bump in readership.”
In her dragging Bloomberg article, Dune Lawrence “poured her heart out,” pounded her chest like a familiar friend in a zoo, screamed louder than a newborn baby lying in a wet diaper. Lawrence’s sour grapes produced some “great” results: Three hundred new Twitter followers – doubling what she had before. For Mr. Wey? Several death threats came in.
“The mainstream media is corrupt and dishonest,” said Donald Trump. “We will hold them accountable for their actions.”
We disagree with the strident Trump on many things. He is right about Dune Lawrence. “The media is a bitch. One may find the perfect definition in Dune Lawrence,” readers may agree.