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The following pages are from a sworn deposition of Marvin Jones, the

power-of-attorney equipped financial advisor to Senator Pryor's in-laws.


The deposition was a part of First Security Bank vs the Harveys et ai, Case
No. CV2009-775-1, and filed in White County, AR Circuit Court.
In this deposition, Jones indicates Bonnie Harvey provides monthly
assistance to her "kids that struggle" in the amount of $5,000 to $24,000 a
month. Jones admits that this money is for house payments, school
expenses, and other needs. Using the figures from Jones' sworn
statement, at a bare minimum this amounts to about $80,000 a year,
and these payments have occurred for years.
Later in this deposition, we specifically see that Jones was referring to the
Pryor household when he mentioned "kids that struggle." A monthly
expense sheet for Ed Harvey from a previous year lists the Pryors and
tuition as a line item expense. Remember, that Jones indicated this Harvey
assistance was not just for schooling, but also for house payments and
other needs, and was up to $24,000 monthly. Documents seem to indicate
that the Harveys, now shielded from IRS scrutiny, make the house payment
that keeps the roof over Senator Pryor's head.
Additionally, the idea of diverted monies to a Harvey relative, this time
directly from the companies, is raised in a filing in Federal Court, Eatern
District of Arkansas, in the case of Bradbury vs USA Case No. 4:11-
CV-810- DPM.
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No, I don't. I'm not involved in that.
All right. else?
Life insurance policies and I don't know the amount of
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6 Q. Okay. tt'1hat else? Ace the life insur:ance policies on
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I'm not sure. I think both, quite honestly.
All right. Do you what the value of those are?
No.
Are they term life or whole life?
I don't know.
Okay. Go ahead.
General living expenses. I know she helps with the
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16 Q. Tell me what thfit consists of when you say "helps \vith
17 the family." 'Vl1hat: does she do?
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I t"1l.ink there are some kids that struggle.
How much is ,she paying them a month or for their
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21 A. It is variable but it can go from -- I've seen
22 checks for 24,000 to 5,000 a month.
23 Q. Do you know \.!hat that's for as far as _.- you say help.
24 Is it paying bills for them?
25 Helping them with house payments, helping kids in
Bushman Court Reporting
501.372.5115
school, help them with other needs.
Q. Anything else that you can think of that makes up the
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I know they have quite a few medical bills.
Do they have Medicare?
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Do they have any supplemental insurancB{ health
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I think they just got some.
Okay. How much are their medical bills over and above
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So they -- you said -- is that line of credit secure?
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personal residence.
Personal residence where?
Ten River Mountain Road.
vlliy are they 'rexas residents, just out of curiosity?
I don't know.
All right. So you said since you've been involved,
25 sOIuewhere around June or July of 2008 ( Mr. and Ms. Harvey
Bushman Cour.t Reporting
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For the Six Mor..lhs Ending 1une 30,2008
CUlTent Month Year to Date
Revenucs
MiscelJanc<lUs Income :$ 181.38 0.00 $ 181.38 0.00
Interest Income 92,231,98 0.00 92,237.98 0.00
Gain/Loss on Sale of Asset 14,483.28 000 14,483.28 0,00
Gain! Loss on fnvestment 303,283.30 0.00 303,283.30 0.00
Dividend-Blink OfAmeric<l 13:>.12 0.00 133.12 O.O()
UnreaUzcd income f/ lnvstmls 0.00 (367,14().lQl 0.00
To!a! Rev::nues 43,118.96 0.00 43,178.96 0.00
Cost ofSales
Total of&11es 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Pl'Ofit 43,178.96 0.00 4J.L78.96 0.00
Expeows
Subscriptions 85.00 0.00 85.00 0.00
Gifts 5,700.00 0,00 5,700.00 0.00
Alimony 25,000.00 0.00 25,000.00 0.00

Bonnie's Account ( J 75.000.00 0.00 75,000.00 0.00


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Persollal Expense 57,734.61 0.00 51,734.67 0.00
Ca:;h Withdrawal 2,gOO.OO 0.00 2,000,00 0.00
Lt'gal 1,7!0.33 0.00 1,710,33 0.00
Telephone 1,2l7.77 0.00 1,211.77 0.00
Utilities til 0 River Mt. Rd. 16,753.% 0.00 f6.753.96 0.00
Utilities" I"t. Lauderdale 60.10 0.00 60.10 0.00
Interest Expell8c 87,614.22 0.00 87,614.82 0.00
Auto Lice/ll1cS 7,50 0.00 7.50 0.00
Interest Expense-LOC 9,586.39 0.00 9,586.39 0.00
Utilit.ws-# 6 River Mounlllni 2,821.74 0.00 2,621.74 0.(10
Household Expense-fJ6 River Mtn 2,891.00 . 0.00 2,891.00 0.00
Uti Iltie3-12 River Mtn 1,166.61 0.00 1,166.6l G.OO
Housllhc1d Exp-12 River MIll .55'1.09. 0.00 557.09 G.OO
Ex:p -LR 81,787.30 0.00 81,787.3lJ 0.00
Household Exp.. Ft. :3,300.00 0.00 3,300.00 0.00
Bank Charges 60.00 0,00 60.00 0.00
Penalty nnd Interest

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Tobl Expenses 377,80S.l
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Net Income

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Case 4:11-cv-0081 O-DPM Document 16 Filed 02/08/12 Page 1 of 14
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS

R4.LPH BRADBlTRY PLAINTIFF
Y. Cast' 1\'0. 4: 11-CV-810 - DPM
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA DEFENDANT
V.
R4.LPH BRADBURY AND RICK ACKLIl\' cor.!'TER DEFEl\'DA1'\TS
SEPARATE ANSWER OF COUNTER DEFENDANT R4.LPH BRWBURY
COMES NOW separate Counter Defendant. Ralph Bradbury ("'Bradbury") and for his
Answer (""Answer") to the COlUlterclaim ("'Counterclaim") of the Defendant. United States of
America ("Defendant"). alleges and states as follows:
1. Bradbmy admits the existence of the legal authorities recited in paragraph I of the
Counterclaim. Othelwise. Bradbmy lacks sufficient knowledge to admit or deny the matetial
allegations of paragraph 1 of the Counterclaim and therefore denies same.
2. Bradbmy lacks sufficient knowledge to admit or deny the matetial allegations of
paragraph 2 of the Counterclaim and therefore denies same.
3. Bradbmy does not contest the jurisdiction ofthis Com1.
4. Bradbmy admits that Arkansas Tmcking and Continental Express are within the
jurisdiction of the Com1. Otherwise. Bradbmy denies the material allegations of paragraph 4 of
the Counterclaim.
5. Bradbmy admits the material allegations of paragraph 5 of the COlUlterclaim.
6. Bradbmy lacks sufficient knowledge to admit or deny the material allegations of
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37. Later on October 20.2009. ?vIr. Blackman received a fax iI-om lvIarvin Jones. The fax
was a power of attomey that Malvin Jones had for Edward M. Halvey. TIle Transcript describes
it a durable power of attomey. On January 11. 2010. the Transcl1pt records no flllther substantive
action or investigation by the Defendant other than a consultation and to complete tmst fund and
close the case as defimct and no assets. (Transcript pagt' 108). This action was again confirmed
in several subsequent entries in the Transcript.
38. On May 18. 2010. Randy Coleman. attomey for Bradbury. again contacted Mr.
Blackman with a Form 2848. (Transrript page 109)
39. On May 18. 2010. Mr. Blackman received a letter from Marvin Jones requesting
account information on Arkansas Tmcking. Mr. Blackman mailed that information to him. Mr.
Blackman also received a letter from Malvin Jones telling him that conceming the sale of the
tmcking company that no creditors were paid anything since the company had a negative book
value. The account inf()lmation previously mailed to Marvin Jones at 16609 Cantrell Road #12.
Little Rock, AR 72223, could not be delivered and was renImed to Mr. Blackman. Again the
tranScl1pt records that the taxpayer was out of business and had no assets. The decision was
again to close the case. (Tnnsnipt page 110).
40. One of the final entries in the HistOlY Infollllation of the Transcript on October 22.
2010. without further amplification. is "Fraud potential has been considered.'" (Traosnipt page
111).
41. Dming the time pel10ds recited above and because the Transcript is silent. apparently
there had been no record of disclosure by Mr. Jones to Mr. Blackman of other company assets
then existing fi:OIll which the tmst fund could have been paid.
For example. one such asset was the Continental Express tmck terminal property
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and the rent being paid by Celadon on that property to Continental Express in the amount
of $20,650.00 per month. Upon infoll11ation and belief. a pan of the Celadon rent was
dive11ed to an entity named Sentell Enterprises or an entity by similar name. in which a
relative of Bonnie Harvey had an interest. Upon infoll11ation and belief. the rent funds
were not applied to payment of the t111St fimd.
b. In the TransclipL there is no record of disclosure by Mr. Jones to !'vir. Blackman
that he and the Harvey's were able to settle the above referenced residual $1.3 million
dollar Daimler debt for an amount of $600,000.00, which ostensibly freed up
approximately $700.000.00 for tax payments. (FOI page 148). Upon infonnation and
belief. these fimds were not applied to payment of the t111st fund by Marvin Jones or
Harvey.
c. In the Transcript. there is no record of disclosure by Malvin Jones to Mr.
Blackman of the disposition of the thuds from the liquidation of the $1.000.000.00
Certificate of Deposit with AIG. (FOI pagt> 56, 121 and 122). Upon infoll11ation and
belief these fimds were not applied to payment of the trust fund by Malvin Jones or
Harvey.
d. In the Transcript. there is uo record of disclosme by Malvin Jones to Mr.
Blackman that the liquidation of Textron receivables yielded positive net funds to
Continental Express and Arkansas T11.lcking. Upon infoll11ation and belief and from the
swom deposition testimony of Marvin Jones in other cases, the net received from the
liquidation of the receivables was approximately $700,000.00 to $800.000.00. (FOI
pages 121, 122, 127, 133 and 135). Upon illfonnatioll and belief. these fimds were not
applied to payment of the tmst fimd by Marvin Jones or HaIvey.
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