Steve Schlafman Primary Venture Partners New YorkBilled $100,000 for malicious witness tampering by seed venture retreat guru

M Jul 13, 2020 Review updated:

It is the plain and ugly truth that Steve Schlafman invested in banned substances and ended up with a sullied reputation by a lack of investor leadership and control over his seed ventures, when offered to apologize showed no interest.

He was told to expect to lose all of his investment in GDPR fines and was billed $100, 000 in remedial damages for a sustained campaign of malicious defamation and witness tampering conducted by his buddies at Retreat Guru.

Schlafman sunk a million USD of investment into a company violating substance laws and a company headed by two individuals behaving like idiots.

As a result people got arrested trafficking in banned substances and the troubles started.

Steve Schlafman was 'advised' to get a handle on the behaviour of his COO Deryk Wenaus who in what Wenaus called a divine mission to violate the law in multiple countries and an excuse for inciting the publishing of disgusting and filthy abuse on Retreat Guru and other websites.

Wenaus was involved in assisting drug traffickers on police bail, and indeed jumping bail as a fugitive, to post malice including threats to do violence or murder.

Deryk Wenaus, second CEO, brother of Cameron Wenaus had to apologize and ask for forgiveness, after first pretending his company was innocent, then pleading insolvency in the face of legal claims against the company for witness intimidation, malicious defamation and data violations including threats to plant viruses into peoples computers or have them smeared as mentally sick peodophiles.

When Steve Schlafman was advised to apologize he was not interested, undercover agents caught the COO of Retreat Guru offering to talk about sharing data over video chat about police informants, severely embarassing Steve Schlafman and opening up his seed venture to a hefty GDPR fine.

Company Policy states that there is no need for threats and harassment or hate speech, in this case he thought differently and took the side of those threatening people with nasty reprisals, violence and being smeared online, or mocked as mentally sick or full of excrement was clever.

Deryk Wenaus was involved in threatening those helping police with broken legs or being put in a wheelchair. his behaviour was supported by Steve Schlafman. Steve Schlafman is on friendly terms with those involved in witness tampering, defaming witnesses in judicial proceedings (with malice) and those that violated Article 17 and 21 of GDPR.

Billed $100,000 for malicious witness tampering by seed venture retreat guru
Billed $100,000 for malicious witness tampering by seed venture retreat guru
Billed $100,000 for malicious witness tampering by seed venture retreat guru
Billed $100,000 for malicious witness tampering by seed venture retreat guru
Billed $100,000 for malicious witness tampering by seed venture retreat guru
Billed $100,000 for malicious witness tampering by seed venture retreat guru
Billed $100,000 for malicious witness tampering by seed venture retreat guru
Billed $100,000 for malicious witness tampering by seed venture retreat guru
Billed $100,000 for malicious witness tampering by seed venture retreat guru
Billed $100,000 for malicious witness tampering by seed venture retreat guru
Billed $100,000 for malicious witness tampering by seed venture retreat guru

  • Updated by manchy 654 · Jul 13, 2020

    Retreat Guru, Michelle Heinz and Deryk Wenaus COO of Retreat Guru were confronted for their role in making trouble for those helping police into their inquiries as well as the disgusting nature of sniggering at people having their legs broken and siding with nasty drug traffickers facing jail, just hours later a facilitator of one of the Ayahuasca centres listed on the Retreat Guru website sent messages through another website claiming that Court witness could be humiliated and mocked as a peodophile for fun and nothing could be done about it.

    Then it was claimed a witness to Court would have his computer hacked, have his legs broken, caused a hospital visit or get beaten up amongst another nasties necessitating 200 police reports.

    Data Protection Canada got involved after Retreat Guru admitted the planting of tracking viruses and the gathering of data files without authorization.

    After one of his employees left Retreat Guro for participation in sewrious witness intimidation, Deryk Wenaus COO had to plead for forgiveness after him and his people were caught with their pants down humiliating witnesses with malicious threats on their software platform.

    Retreat Guru assisted offenders jumping bail on serious trafficking charges to post death threats, threats to murder before the police can help and pedophile slurs.

    The aggressor was hiding from police for trafficking, was an Ayahuasca facilitator of a Retreat Guru business partner, and they allowed the person to post more nasties, friends of Retreat Guru with their help taunted a witness claiming the police could do nothing about nasty peodophile slurs, in the same vein members of Ayahuasca centres using Retreat Guru claimed witnesses can be murdered before the police can intervene.

    Once people are threatened with broken legs, violence and murder by those listed on the site, those people also have a motive, and indeed a legal obligation, as stated by ICEERS, to give information to law enforcement about Retreat Guru.

    Deryk Wenaus and Michelle Heinz of Retreat Guru was caught out on the web promoting banned substance retreats after being told they were illegal in Portugal, then she posted up dates and times, causing cops to show up with a warrant, shutting down two centres, taking away Ayahuasca and then causing Retreat Guru big losses and heavy embarrassment.

    Threats were made to those helping police in their investigations, several were published by Retreat Guru, Deryk Wenaus admitted the mistakes and begged for forgiveness after six countries banned Ayahuasca and Policia Judiciaria Portugal sgtarted raiding his, listed centres.

    Joanne Clark of Retreat Guru was involved in blaming the wrong person for a police raid and was fired, in part as she is a part of a large community of substance users that smoke weed and drink Ayahuasca, and have a reputation for breaking laws, claiming victim-hood and blaming innocent people for their problems whist trafficking in substances in defiance of the Courts.

    Michelle Heinz replaced Joanne Clark, did the same behaviours and sparked off a Data Protection Canada investigation as well as investigations by Canadian Police investigating drug trafficking and the sale of banned drugs on the internet.

    Then future employers will have tough questions at interview when the facts of their roles in such behaviour are smeared on the web in response to innocent people being threatened with being smeared as mentally sick or taunted as deranged paedophiles to withdraw testimony in Court cases involving drug dealing and substance trafficking across borders as well as minors and drugs.

    Retreat Guru are friends with those who believe humiliating witnesses to Courts is a laughing matter. Grant Cherwenuk admitted illegal behaviour and Retreat Guru posted information on how to hide a retreat from the authorities.

    Many Centres stopped laughing when they had to close. Those involved in the matter at Retreat Guru stopped laughing also once they realized the severity of the matter, no-one wants to be taunting those helping the police in their inquiries with threats of murder, peurile jokes or threats to smear people online.

    Retreat Guru was told to stop promoting banned retreats and criminal behaviour, was shown a link to a heist of 70 litres of Ayahuasca found in Portugal and told to stop. Instead they felt sorry for a bunch of substance dealers in trouble with the law because her sentiments toward Ayahuasca clouded their thinking rendering her unable to be neutral and to not take sides in a dispute as per Retreat Guru Policy.

    Company Policy states that there is no need for threats and harassment or hate speech, in this case she thought differently and took the side of those threatening people with nasty reprisals, violence and being smeared online, or mocked as mentally sick or full of excrement was clever.

    Deryk Wenaus COO arranged for people to post nasty defamation to discourage witnesses assisting police into their inquiries, Retreat Guru were named in applications for Court Injunctions to prohibit threats of witnesses on their website.

    They were directly involved in supporting malicious harassment whilst their centres posted messages sniggering at people having their legs broken.

    Retreat Guru admitted in several leaked emails that selling Ayahuasca was illegal in Portugal and posted on their website recommendations on how to 'hide' an Ayahuasca retreat from the attention of the authorities along with false information on its legal status.

    Retreat Guru were taught a lesson when they realized things CAN actually be done about death threats and witness intimidation via their websites, namely that people can be arrested, Courts can hand down injunctions and restraining orders, family members can be arrested or questioned under police caution and Ayahuasca centres can be ramsacked by the police and the brew confiscated.

    They were also involved in assisting offenders to publish threats of murder.

    Deryk Wenaus was named in various documents and dossiers explaining his role in flouting Dutch law and setting up drug retreats in Holland in defiance of the Courts.

    Deryk Wenaus was involved in direct contempt of the Dutch Supreme Court and encouraging others to intimidate witnesses into silence by way of threats of violence.

    Derky Wenaus and Retreat Guru have been referred to the Data Protection Authorities for suspicion in allowing its platform to be used to plant viruses into peoples computers to monitor behaviour without permission.

    Another employee lost her job as Product Manager for her role in the behaviour, the Product in question being drug retreats under the noses of Police HQ.

    Retreat Guru stopped laughing when they realized smoking weed and mocking people threatened with violence and other nasties is not clever if your website lists dates and times for authorities to bash doors in looking for weed and Ayahuasca.

    Police smashed doors in of the aggressors finding big bottles of ayahuasca, sacks of weed, LSD, other banned substances and arrested people for trafficking in the substance after revealing their locations on Retreat Guru.

    Retreat Guru were told to expect many closures of their centres involved in Ayahuasca in Portugal and cancelled retreats, those wanting to buy up places on Ayahuasca Retreats in Portugal with Retreat Guru are walking into very nasty trouble and having their retreat centre either raided or cancelled at short notice.

    Deryk Wenaus, the CEO, and his brother Cameron Wenaus, are named in police reports and dossiers presented to the Dutch Ministries in relation to the distribution of banned DMT concoctions. They were referred to the Canadian authorities also for processing the profits of forbidden substance sales in various countries and posting threats toward witnesses to be quiet, or expect being smeared as mentally sick, or murder.

    As a result of blaming others for police raids, police found many banned substances in the houses of their listed centres. It would be fair comment to say that if you are involved in banned drugs and posting up locations, do not publish on your website nasty threats against those called to testify in Court about the same matters.

    Several threats to murder and many instances of nasty witness harassment was also well documented, embarassing the Wenaus brothers and bringing an end to their work of creaming off the proceeds from the sale of banned substances.

    Several of their centres also have facilitators facing jail time and three centres were shut down by police.

    Retreat Guru are friends with those who believe humiliating witnesses to Courts is a laughing matter. Many Centres stopped laughing when they had to close.

    Then Retreat Guru allowed the facilitators of those involved to be nasty helping some to evade arrest. Nasty in that matter meant data violations, privacy violations, being smeared as mentally sick, poked fun at, having false reports of pedophilia made to police and being murdered before the police can intervene.

    One individual, a documented member of the Santo Daime Church with full membership papers, faces 12-15 years behind bars for aggravated drug trafficking amongst various other criminal charges including absconding from bail, threatening witnesses with being smeared as mentally sick peodophiles, making death threats, posting death threats and malicious defamation.

    The behaviour was supported by Joanne Clark, Michelle Heinz and Deryk Wenaus of Retreat Guru. Deryk Wenaus had to apologize and ask for forgiveness, pleading insolvency in the face of legal claims against the company for witness intimidation and data violations.

    Steve Schlafman was handed down a US $100, 000 damages bill for his role in 'looking the other way' and allowing the behaviour to continue, to his professional detriment.

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    Jonathan Kingsley Jul 16, 2020

    Steve Schlafman stopped laughing when he found his seed venture Retreat Guru faced a GDPR fine of $ 4.4 million canadian dollars. USD $3.25 million, 3 times the original USD $ 1 million he sunk into Retreat Guru.

    Steve Schlafman stopped laughing when Deryk Wenaus, recipient of the USD $ 1 million investment stated he was perfectly OK with losing thousands of dollars a month.

    It turned out Steve Schlafman was less than happy when he realized lawsuits and GDPR fines would take his Retreat Guru venture to the cleaners.

    Steve Schlafman stopped laughing when he found his seed venture dug themselves into a hole called witness tampering in violation of criminal law, it blew up in his face, exposing him as a funder in Schedule 1 substances, prohibited under USA law, penalty 20 years in prison.

    Steve Schlafman stopped laughing when he realized his ambitions to profit from the sale of banned substances went bad and he had to write USD $ 1 million off as a loss.

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