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Chinese Investors

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Gulf Coast Funds Management

Terry Mcauliffe, Anthony Rodham, GreenTech Automotive

Filing Date:November 22, 2017

Case:Chinese Investors Vs. Terry Mcauliffe, Anthony Rodham and others

Jurisdiction:Federal District Court for the Western District of Virginia

Status:Pending

Civil / Criminal:Civil

Cause(s) of Action:

Fraud

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The State of Mississippi

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Gulf Coast Funds Management

Greentech Automotive

Description:

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's brother Anthony Rodham are facing a $17 million fraud lawsuit from Chinese investors in Greentech Automotive, an electric car company that appears to be struggling to survive.

A group of 32 Chinese citizens filed the suit last week in Fairfax County, Virginia court, claiming that they were swindled out of about $560,000 apiece as a result of misrepresentations made by McAuliffe and Rodham—two of the most prominent and politically connected proponents of the venture aimed at manufacturing electric cars in the U.S.

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GreenTech Civil Case

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