Worldquest Owndership Profile
In June of 2004, a merger between WQNI and
Ntera had been announced but not yet legally consummated.
Nonetheless, WQNI's website already contained an Ownership
Profile which listed Engin Yesil as WQNI's largest shareholder
and Robert Farmer as its chairman. In other words, WQNI's
website made it look as if the deal had already closed.
At the time, Robert Farmer was John Kerry's presidential
campaign treasurer and Engin Yesil and his companies
were the targets of intensive CIA, DEA, IRS, and BCIS
investigations which were coming to a head and seemed
to be leading toward high-profile arrests on charges
involving terrorism. The investigations into Yesil and
his companies had been triggered by false information
provided to the U.S. government by Richard Hirschfeld.
As a result of information I provided Kerry and Farmer,
the merger was eventually cancelled. The WQNI Ownership
Profile which I downloaded from WQNI's website in June
2004 is shown below.