Our Money

Excerpts from letters of support filed on behalf of Kelly Ng:

Richard Fitzgerald:


Omar Irigoyen, men’s volleyball coach at the University of California, Berkeley:

Omar IrigoyenAbhinav Janghala:

Abhinav Janghala

Brandt Ng:

Brandt Ng


Douglas White:

Douglas White


Frank Largusa:

Frank Largusa




James Wilcenski:

James WilcenskiLupe Rodriguez:

Lupe Rodriguez

Mark Lowe DDS:

Mark Lowe DDS

Nathan Wang:

Nathan Wang

Rick Dishnica:

Rick Dishnica

Rick Tune:

Rick Tune

Vincent Hua:

Vincent Hua

And last, but not least, Christina Zemba Casey — WHAT???

Christina Zemba Casey --- WHAT

9 thoughts on “Our Money

  1. Kelly was so thoughtful, kind, generous, and just a great guy, but he had no problem lying to our faces over and over “your investment is safe, we have lots of equity, it’s only the economy” How benevolent of him.

    How about that very expensive dinner in Paris that he paid for (it’s in one of the character letters to the judge), of course he paid with our money, how generous.
    And just think about all those donations he made with our money! It goes on and on.
    Those letters must have been written by people who got their money back, donated by MF08 folks. Sickening!

    Dan Noyes of abc 7 is looking for a few investors to talk to him before the sentencing tomorrow. Contact him if you are interested.

  2. Filed today:

    Honorable Phyllis Hamilton
    1301 Clay Street
    Oakland, CA 94612
    Re: United States v. Walter and Kelly Ng, CR13-00650 PJH
    Dear Judge Hamilton:
    The sentencing for this matter is set for Wednesday, March 5, 2014, at 2:30 p.m.
    Individuals alleging to be defrauded by the Ngs have reached out to the government to determine
    whether or not they may speak at the sentencing. Because these individuals were not directly
    and proximately harmed as a result of the charged offenses – Structuring Transactions for the
    Purpose of Evading a Reporting Requirement, in violation of 31 U.S.C. §§ 5324(a) and (d)(2),
    the victims are not covered under the Crime Victims’ Rights Act. See 18 U.S.C. § 3771(e)
    (defining “crime victim” in Crime Victims’ Rights Act, 18 U.S.C. § 3771). Pursuant to 18
    U.S.C. § 3661, the Court may decide to receive and consider information concerning the
    background, character, and conduct of a person convicted of an offense for the purpose of
    imposing an appropriate sentence.
    Please feel free to contact me at (510) 637-3691 with any questions.
    Very truly yours,
    United States Attorney
    Maureen C. Bessette

    • Exactly, Ellie. I would pay for dinners, surgeries, the building of schools and give away my clothes to the less fortunate if I had a job that paid me a ton of money and all I had to do was steal people’s hard-earned cash and travel the country and world for volleyball tournaments. It’s preposterous. Kelly is pond scum and he fleeced us. Now he’s about to get away with it. I’m so F$$$ING angry, but I don’t think anyone in our government will hear my screaming — and if they do, will they care? Probably not.

  3. They must have all benefited well from Kelly’s generosity with OUR money to write such loyal letters. Next time any of you can’t afford your medication or car repairs, remember how Kelly paid for Omar Irigoyen’s car and surgery, with our money.

    Brand Ng, the useless son who got a very expensive college education at Pepperdine, so he could play volleyball–although not very well, while all of the investors who saved for their own children’s college funds with the Ng’s found their accounts empty and drained.

    No letter from Kelly’s own daughter? Or other family members?

    I wonder if Frank Largusa would trust his blessed friend Kelly alone with his daughter?

    Disgusting, the whole lot of them, to defend the man responsible for hundreds of millions of dollars taken from investors.

    • KMUM, to be fair, both Kelly’s wife and daughter submitted letters, but these letters didn’t discuss his financial generosity.

      Do I care if Kelly has gout and can’t sleep at night (aka failing health) and that he’s so good at taking care of other people that he may not be able to take care of himself? Do I care that he may not be able to work again for the rest of his life in the only industry he theoretically knows (but is an abject failure in)? Do I care that people can see in Kelly’s eyes that he’s remorseful? I don’t need to see it in his eyes. I need to EXPERIENCE it. And that’s not going to happen. The best we can hope for is an eye for an eye. He needs to lose everything. He needs to go to jail, have his license taken away. Have his dignity taken away. Have his livelihood taken away. He needs to lose everything. Then, and only then, will he truly experience the elusive feeling of remorse.

      He’s a thief. He’s a liar. He’s a criminal.

      We know it. And we’ve known it for years. It’s just too bad we didn’t find out earlier.

      The crook needs to be shown his orange jumpsuit.

      • Ah, thanks for the clarification. I hope Kelly Ng never has a good night of sleep again, for the rest of his miserable life. I would be even happier if his lying father Walter Ng were to rot in prison. It would be a public service to take away Kelly’s license and never let him practice stealing other people’s money again. And if the government practiced any true justice, Kelly would lose everything, and have it liquidated to pay back the investors who were swindled. Unfortunately that doesn’t seem to be happening, so his wife can still sit in the 5 million dollar house and fret about Kelly’s gout.

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