The answer is yes and can be shown in any number of elaborate ways. I am striving to make it easy. The short form involves the fence as was formed between MA and UT, somewhat KeyBank states of the moment, via Neil Bush's Points of Light. All are 7/11/ Entities and any investigator of political slush is welcome to my intricate weave of 7/11 slush funding. But this is for reading enjoyment purposes only,
ENRON POWER ENTERPRISE CORP.Corporation Identification Number: 760289935 (Old FEIN): 000317243 Date of Registration in Massachusetts: 11/03/1989 Date of Involuntary Revocation: 08/31/1998 The is organized under the laws of: State: DE Country: USA on: 07/11/1989 : 1400 SMITH ST. City or Town: HOUSTON State: TX Zip: 77002 Country: USA Term PRESIDENT KENNETH D. RICE 1400 SMITH ST., HOUSTON, TX 77002 USA 1400 SMITH ST., HOUSTON, TX 77002 USA TREASURER KURT S. HUNEKE 1400 SMITH ST., HOUSTON, TX 77002 USA 1400 SMITH ST., HOUSTON, TX 77002 USA
Wyoming filing (Neil Bush Director) WY Points of Light Initiative, Incorporated Status: Inactive - Revoked (Tax) Filing No: 1989-000255221 : Formed in: Delaware Initial Filing: 07/11/1989 Term of Duration: Perpetual Inactive Date: 02/14/1992 Purpose Code: Charitable Principal Office: The Corp. Trust Co. 1209 Orange St. Wilmington, DE 19801 USA
POINTS OF LIGHT INITIATIVE, INCORPORATED Entity Number: 1039843-0141 : 160 E 300 S 2ND FLOOR BOX 146705 SLC, UT 841146705 State of Origin: DE Expired as of 11/15/1990 Status: Revoked Utah History Registration Date: 07/11/1989
What does this boring looking stuff really mean? On 7/11/1989, Points of Light was created in Delaware and with speed of light filing was also received, stamped and filed and open for business in both Wyoming and Utah the same day as Enron Energy Corp. This is anomalous since foreign entities which have first registered in Delaware are required to submit the Delaware Certificate of Existence to the Secretary State of State (in this case, to Utah and Wyoming) which has to be stamped as received before the corporate application can be stamped received and filed.
However, we have already seen in the case of Far West Mortgage of Colorado, Inc., Evan Bayh allowed this entity which is not incorporated in Colorado to be admitted in Indiana as a foreign corporation, without a Certificate of Existence. Not to mention that certain Indiana lawyers have had no regard ever for the rules of bank holding and 2 in 1 institutions.
Could it be that so many rules going out the window has caused us all some unnecessary losses?