Bankruptcy cases filed by Shawano’s Samanta Roy Institute of Science and Technology, or SIST, and two of its subsidiaries, are now dismissed by the United States Bankruptcy Court, allowing civil actions against them to move forward.
In a story Feb. 24 about the Wisconsin-based Dr. R.C. Samanta Roy Institute of Science and Technology, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the group was the subject of an FBI investigation into alleged threats against dozens of people.
The incident that left a woman seriously injured and led to a police raid of a Pikesville, Maryland home is being ruled an accident, after the victim and witnesses told police her injuries were the result of a construction accident, rather than a first-degree assault, as police initially suspected.
For one year, the FBI has simply told 60 officials and residents of the Shawano area to be watchful, and vigilant after their names appeared on an apparent hit list. But with no new answers from the FBI, those on the list are asking why.
The Samanta Roy Institute of Science and Technology, or SIST, says they owe money to more than 200 individuals and businesses, including a number of SIST members, according to Federal Court documents filed this week.
The Chief Executive Officer of The Samanta Roy Institute of Science and Technology says intentional business interference, organized negative publicity, and the economic downturn are to blame for a bankruptcy protection filing.
(CBS) At the annual holiday parade in scenic Shawano, Wisc., for the first time someone was missing this year. The long-time mayor was nowhere in sight. She was afraid for her life, CBS News cheif investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian reports.
The Shawano County Sheriff's Department wants your help looking for a man they say has connections to the Samanta Roy Institute of Science and Technology.
The Sheriff says Kalmar Gronvall is wanted on a warrant not related to the F.B.I. investigation of the group in connection to apparent threats.
A series of videos posted to YouTube attack and criticize Shawano City leaders. Officials say it appears the videos were posted by members of the Samanta Roy Institute of Science and Technology, which has been the subject of an F.B.I. investigation.