David Wohl Son: Jacob Alexander Wohl is a far-right conspiracy theorist and scam artist from the United States. A number of failed plots to frame public figures for fictitious sexual assaults have been linked to Wohl and conservative lobbyist and conspiracy theorist Jack Burkman.
These include attempts to frame Special Counsel Robert Mueller in October 2018, attempts to frame 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg in April 2019, and attempts to frame White House Coronavirus Task Force member Dr. David Friedman in April 2020, according to the New York Times.
Weitere erroneous or unfounded allegations and conspiracy theories have been developed and promulgated by Wohl, primarily in opposition to Democratic Party politicians such as Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Senator Kamala Harris, Representative Ilhan Omar, and Senator Elizabeth Warren.
With the help of several fictitious private intelligence agencies, Wohl has perpetrated a number of plots against himself, including fabricating death threats and protests against himself.
Wohl and Burkman are accused of making tens of thousands of robocalls to residents of battleground states in August 2020 as part of a campaign that prosecutors allege intentionally targeted communities of color in an attempt to suppress voting in the 2020 presidential election.
Wohl and Burkman are also accused of making tens of thousands of robocalls to residents of battleground states in an attempt to suppress voting in the 2020 presidential election. Wohl and Burkman are facing a slew of criminal and civil lawsuits in Michigan, Ohio, and New York as a result of the campaign, as well as a proposed fine from the Federal Communications Commission for their involvement (FCC).
Wohl started many investing funds while still in high school. Several investor complaints against Wohl led to an investigation by the National Futures Association (NFA), which concluded that Wohl was guilty of failing to cooperate with the NFA as required, misrepresenting investment opportunities, and misleading investors. Wohl was banned from the futures industry for the rest of his life in 2017.
Wohl was charged with 14 charges of securities fraud by the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) in the same year, and he was sentenced to pay nearly $35,000 in restitution and penalties.
Wohl was arrested in August of this year on felony charges stemming from allegedly illegal securities sales that occurred in July and August of last year. Wohl was charged with two counts of selling unregistered securities in February 2020, and pled not guilty to both accusations. Because of the COVID-19 epidemic, the settlement hearing that was initially scheduled for April 2020 has been postponed until further notice.
Wohl started his first investment firms as a teenager, including Wohl Capital Investment Group (WCIG), NeX Capital Management, and Montgomery Assets, Inc. (MAI). Initial funding came from classmates and high school instructors, and he grew from there.
Wohl made an appearance on Fox Business in 2015, when he was seventeen years old, to talk about his hedge fund and other topics. He advertised on Craigslist for “Wohl Girls,” models who were hired to assist him in attracting clients, and a variety of risqué websites, including “WohlGirls.com,” were registered in his name, according to authorities. Wohl was accused by one model of posting images of her on the internet without her permission.