The opinion of the court was delivered by: William M. Skretny United States District Judge
ORDER FOR DEPOSIT OF ADDITIONAL FUNDS INTO COURT'S REGISTRY FUND
WHEREAS, on June 9, 2009, the Court entered a Final Judgment as to Defendants GenSee Capital Corporation a/k/a Gen Unlimited and Richard Piccoli (the "Final Judgment").
WHEREAS, the Final Judgment orders that all of Defendants' funds located in banking, financial, and brokerage institutions identified in or currently subject to the provisions of the Preliminary Injunction Order imposing a freeze of the assets of Defendants shall, upon order of the Court, be transferred to and deposited with the Court.
WHEREAS, the United States Postal Inspection Service ("USPIS") is in possession of funds subject to the provisions of the Preliminary Injunction Order.
IT IS ORDERED that, within ten days of receiving a copy of this Order from the Commission, the entities identified below shall deposit with the Court's Registry Fund the entire surrender value of the insurance policies held under the named accounts. Said entities shall take all proper and necessary steps to comply with this Order:
Institution Account Number Account Holder
Life Insurance Co. 10276925 Richard S. Piccoli SBLI USA Mutual Life Insurance Co., Inc. 470019263 Richard S. Piccoli Knights of Columbus 100L54846 Richard S. Piccoli 00Z01144 00C54307 00W193343 T56378 01037699
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, within ten days of receiving a copy of this Order from the Commission, the USPIS, through its employees, representatives, and agents, shall transfer and deposit with the Court's Registry Fund, all funds in their possession, including but not limited to commercial checks and postal money orders, in the amount of $142,996.55. The USPIS shall take all necessary steps required to deposit the funds with the Court's Registry Fund, including endorsing the aforementioned checks and postal money orders, where necessary.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that each check or postal money order shall be made to, or endorsed to the name of, the "Clerk, U.S. District Court," and ...