To be honest, there's a bit of a sense of let-down on my part. This whole saga, after two years of work, went out with a whimper. None of the perpetrators received much as punishment and victims have not received adequate recompense. That being said, we're going through the end times now for the group.
Just as recap of where we are now:
1. Derek is in jail for two months or so and his reputation in the financial wizardry realm has hopefully been destroyed;
2. Manji has left the business, has some fines, and actually has legal employment so that if the fines aren't paid his wage can be garnisheed. He also has submitted an affidavit in his own defence at his sentencing hearing that blamed everything on Kumar and Derek. The evidence from the affidavit may be useful to the authorities in their investigations. There also was a little bit of `social engineering` before and after the hearing. Hint - do not argue with my wife, sometimes known as She Who Must Be Obeyed.
3. Derek`s wife, Allyson, has some very hefty fines that she has probably ignored or has spent the cash elsewhere. Maybe someone should pass a hint to CBSA that she will be on a flight coming back from Delhi or Kuala Lumphur through Calgary next week.
4. Kumar and Cinnamon are on the run, it may be difficult considering that they have small children. If Cinnamon was smart she would stay in Kelowna, where she has family connections, and throw Kumar to the winds.
I`ve been monitoring things for any activity on their part and everything is quiet, including anything from their latest employee, a Keith Moro, who seems at first glance an unlikely candidate for a financial fraudster. Kumar aka Ty Griffiths still had posts to facebook last evening, even some with links to old privatesectoract youtube videos, but I believe they were generated by someone else or though some sort of software app.
Right now I`m just monitoring for any further activity and wondering what I should do with my free time next. For a number of reasons ( I can afford it and I have medical issues) retirement from pig farming is something that I will be looking forward to in the next year or so.