North America's First Sikh Billionaire Subject to Litigation from Canadian Government, Maintains Innocence

Erwin Singh Braich, recognized to be North America's First Sikh Billionaire, continues to maintain innocence in the face of continued allegations

New York, NY (PRWEB) October 01, 2012

Erwin Singh Braich, 56 - recognized to be North America's first Sikh Billionaire - has been subjected to a 13-year long saga at the hands of the Canadian government.

Mr. Braich is a prominent international industrialist and philanthropist who has helped countless individuals in Canada, the Sikh community, and the developing world.

Mr. Braich and other parties involved contend that Canadian taxpayer's dollars have been wasted in this persecution (Case 2:07-cv-00177-BHS, as filed in US District Court, Western District of Washington at Seattle, among others) , and the livelihood, and liberties of Braich, his family, and his associates have been severely compromised. Braich maintains his innocence in all these charges.

For more information on this unbelievable saga, please visit http://www.erwinsinghbraich.org or http://www.justiceandtruthforall.org.

Court documents can be found here:

http://justiceandtruthforall.org/uploads/Letter_from_TD_Bank_to_Privatization_Authority_-_Republic_of_Bulgaria.pdf

http://www.justiceandtruthforall.com/PDFS/September_12__2000__Hearing_before_Master_Patterson_-_Transcript.pdf

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/10/prweb9951257.htm

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