Wednesday, September 2, 2015

John Wuo Was Absent From Last Night's Arcadia City Council Meeting. Can This Document Be The Reason?

John Wuo & Steve Chen
David Arvisu spoke from the podium at last night's City Council meeting in Arcadia. He had a document to present to the denizens of City Hall that exposed Councilmember Johnny "GemCoins" Wou as being a somewhat less than truthful person. David then proceeded to explain the significance of this document, and in the process nailed the absent Councilmember to the floor boards. You have to wonder if perhaps this was the reason why John Wuo did not attend last night's meeting. He didn't want to face this kind of music.

Wuo has, over the last few months, repeatedly stated that he has no idea of what GemCoins were all about, and that all of those many pictures and videos of him at various USFIA events was him supporting a new business that just happened to show up in Arcadia. Just standing up for the new guys in town so they become happy and successful new businesses.

Arvisu's document however, shows something quite different. Rather than just strangers passing in the night, it appears that Steve Chen, the prime mover behind the GemCoins operation, and John Wou, the Arcadia City Councilmember who knows nothing about that stuff, have apparently been business partners since March of 2014.

Here is the smoking gun:


And in case you are wondering, the address Steve Chen gives on this state required LLC form is the address and headquarters of USFIA, the happy home of those world famous GemCoins. Which should mean that his business partner, John Wou, would be quite familiar with the place. Despite all of his claims that he knew nothing about the nature of Steve Chen's business.


The business that Steve Chen and John Wou share is a security service that puts your house under surveillance 24/7. Here is that company's profile courtesy of Bizapedia (link).


One thing that you might take away from this is that while John Wou and George Klau are the original partners, Steve Chen was invited in as a partner a few months later. And again, Chen's primary address for the 24 HD Surveillance LLC form is the same as his GemCoins operation.

But like I said, John Wou's claims of only being a most casual acquaintance of Steve Chen, and that he was only supporting a new business in town by attending a kick off event or two, are now out the window. And until today that has been the only defense John Wou has offered.

So what's Wou's next strategy?

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58 comments:

  1. John Wuo, you got some explaining to do!

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    1. What's all the hype about Gemcoin? You do realize it's LEGAL, right? A virtual currency similar to Bitcoin. I doubt many of you even realize what virtual currency is. Use your brain and research it about.

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    2. Why don't you ask the Gemcoin investors who protested Steven Chen in Ontario? The ones who were ripped off for hundreds of thousands of dollars?

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  2. This is how those Communists in China instruct their spy operatives to conduct themselves before making a take over bid for a province so they can gain control over unsuspecting free democratic peoples.

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    1. Thanks Mr. McCarthy!

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    2. Thank you Neville Chamberlain!

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    3. --------
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      Square

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    4. We all have our favorite bad examples.

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    5. that's funny 6:05 is both at the same time.

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  3. What is that badge Steve Chen is wearing? It looks like the kind of stick on badge police officers hand out to kids at 4th of July parades.

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    1. Good point. Another faux authority ploy.

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  4. You ask what is the next strategy, try tar and feathers, seemed to work in the old days. LOL

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  5. John Wuo is enriching himself in office by leveraging his position on the City Council. He is now a proven liar when it comes to his relationship with Steve Chen and GemCoins. We all know about the corruption that occurs on a regular basis in Communist China. If you don't grease somebody's palm there who is "connected" to the upper hierarchy of the party, you simply can't succeed. That same way of doing business has now arrived on our shores. You can bet that John Wuo has his fingers in many illegal activities. The district attorney and FBI needs to get involved at this point. I can guarantee you that if they look into Mr. Wuo's activites while in office, he will end up doing a long prison term at Leavenworth or San Quinton.

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    1. Where there's smoke, there's fire.

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    2. Reminds me of when Runsfeld and Cheney got everyone hooked on Tamiflu.

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    3. Lol someone here is still fighting the Cold War out of their granny-flat survival shelter. Wuo graduated from LaCanada High- he learned his corruption the good old American way.

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    4. Citizens of Arcadia should submit complaints also to the FPPC

      http://www.fppc.ca.gov/index.php?id=498


      If you do not want your name disclosed in connection with your complaint under any circumstances, you may call 800-561-1861 on Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to Noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., and make the complaint anonymously. Commission staff will evaluate your claims and has the authority to pursue a complaint on its own initiative.

      Be sure to reference all of the things that have been uncovered =)

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    5. 8:11, so what where Wuo graduated from. Crime is crime. Dumb ass.

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    6. 8:11 is an ass.

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  6. There was no need for Wuo to lie about his connection to Steve Chen or his relationship with GemCoins unless he knew it was a very questionable business engaging in perhaps illegal activities. That is the only reason for him to lie about that relationship.

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  7. Governments are corrupt every where, it's a shame we have to import more. Any one seen that Russian lately coming out of Sacramento? There is a bully if I've ever seen one. What a slap in the face having him come to our CC meeting.

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  8. David Arvisu has produced the proverbial "smoking gun". If you look into Wuo's activities, it will only get seedier. He is lying for a reason and its an illegal one. The FBI needs to get involved at this point. This is not just about local crimes, its about potentially international crimes.

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  9. A sitting councilman cannot be allowed to repeat bald-faced lies to their constituents and get away with it. Wuo needs to step down immediately and let the FBI proceed with its investigation. If he doesn't do that, he must be recalled and still face an indictment down the road.

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  10. All that is happening is not for the people, it's for getting their hard hard earned money. Wonder what the ratio was on what ethnics bought? This must have been a special deal just for their close friends. Don't need enemies with friends like that.

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  11. 7:05 Wuo is going to say he trusted Chen and look what he did to me, to all of us. Wonder how they sleep at night?

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  12. With one hand under the pillow.

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    1. That's where the teddy bear is.

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  13. What does Wuo know about the security industry or Steve Chen for that matter. This explains those hoaky rag-tag wanna be security guard types posing with Chen and Wuo at their Gem Coin publicity events. What a crock!

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    1. Oh I disagree 8:04. There's an implied threat in the company name.

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    2. All of the elite have their own personal security.

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  14. Wonder what the budget is for the FBI, maybe they don't have enough credits to support the demand. Guess these latest findings will step up the effort, it has to be tough looking for something you don't want to find. Bringing this out into the open is the best thing that could happen in the scheme of things for we the people.

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  15. Question., is John wou a a.erican citizen or an illegal ? If he's illegal, someone needs to call IMS or Homeland Security.

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    1. are you illegal?

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    2. Oh lord, another 'birther' in our midst.

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    3. Doesn't matter where he comes from.

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    4. birther, 10:32? your stupid is showing.

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    5. I hate it when people use cable TV news terminology.

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    6. It does show limited intellect.

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    7. And laziness.

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  16. The Chen-Wuo security system is designed to protect your Gem Coins and amber bug rocks.

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  17. When are the people of Arcadia going to realize that they have at least one crook on the city council and clean house?

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  18. I count three- Wuo, Tay, and Jolly Roger Chandler.

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  19. Mayor Kovacic has an impossible task; eliciting reasonable decisions from the development trio.
    Last night he tried to put the ballot initiative on the agenda, to have an open public discussion and analyze clearly what the initiative is. Otherwise it will just continue to be a contentious issue raised in public comment, with snide and inaccurate remarks from Chandler and Tay that the audience members cannot respond to.
    God forbid there should be an open and honest public debate. That would bust open the fallacies promulgated by Chandler/Tay/Wuo

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    1. He also held the council members accountable for the consequences of their baffling vote to stall the code update.

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    2. Chandler is near incoherent.

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    3. A kind of belligerence you see in drunks.

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  20. There was one council meeting when Tate challenged save the highlands to tell world what the secret demands are in the lawsuit. What are they ?

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    1. There may be things that are secret, but only if you can't read.

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    2. Secret demands? That is a chrming turn of phrase. A creative lie.
      There is no secret in a ballot initiative, as long as you know how to read.

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    3. Yes, your a perfect example of someone who can't read and comprehend. The post said there were secret parts to the LAWSUIT, not the proposed initiative. Now do you get it? Pretty pathetic there are secret components to the lawsuit that if met by the city will make lawsuit go away. All you people that signed the highlands lawsuit realize that?

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    4. "Yes, your a perfect example of someone who can't read and comprehend."

      That would be "you're." You are not in the position of criticizing anyone on their communication skills. As for the document, any document, try reading it.

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  22. Let me get this straight, Wuo graduated from LaCanada High then went to graduate school in China. His parents must be so proud.

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  23. I have to wonder, if someone were to head to La Puente firing range, if some of the "instructors" from the Gemcoin shooting party are the same people who work at the firing range...

    Makes you Wonder..

    I also have to wonder how many investment schemes have been covered in chinesedailyusa which have seen action by regulators or authorities.


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  24. The consolidated article trying to bring this whole story under one umbrella

    http://www.losbanoslive.com/paper/?p=7489

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  25. It's George K. Lau of Arcadia, probably born 1962. There is no "George Klau".

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