LIGHTNING RELEASES: San Francisco (5/13/2014) – A technology group that was run through the ringer in a tech-political scandal has acquired the help of federal and media investigators to source key evidence elements for a proposed RICO and intellectual property lawsuits against four defendants.

XYZ group have launched a website about the case potentials at

The project is a public interest program designed to 1.) Recover damages, 2.) Make the public aware of the misdeeds and 3.) Ensure that the taxpayer, and small business abuse, that the plaintiffs experienced, will not happen again.

The group’s patented intellectual property was reviewed, upon request by the defendants, distributed to third parties without permission, stolen, copied and then used for a vast international distribution. Federal and disclosure records show that the defendants have spent hundreds of millions of dollars, including federal tax dollars, copying and exploiting the technology they first learned about from the plaintiffs. They have not paid a dime to the creators of the technology.

Unbeknownst to the plaintiffs, the defendants, who represented themselves as unrelated organizations, were all connected to the same person, a campaign financier and competitor to the plaintiffs. That party put a “hit” on the plaintiffs in order to stall their efforts in retribution for reporting the defendant’s misdeeds.

The XYG Group has created a limited partnership for investors fir $1.5M to help fund the legal action in hopes of recovering over $1B in awards.

The case involves “James Bond” cloak-and-dagger political intrigues, mega billionaires and political manipulations by powerful egos.

For further information, the group can be contacted at their litigation project website at

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