Friday, January 17, 2014

***UPDATE***Request Made to Department of Energy Lindsey Geisler for Update on NISSAN DOE Repayment. Is NISSAN Paying Back the 1.4 Billion?

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From: Sharyn Bovat <>
Subject: Fwd: Voice of a Moderate NISSAN Loan Repayment Request
Date: January 17, 2014 2:32:00 PM CST
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"" <>, "" <>, Mark Silverman <>, "Richard.Leatherman@DODIG.MIL" <Richard.Leatherman@DODIG.MIL>

Hello Gannett
I was golfing with the Tennessean editor Silverman the time that Solyndra went bankrupt: Kate Marymont was calling him a lot… Why? 

Is Gannett ever gonna report the NISSAN fraud? 
I just contacted the dept. of Energy for a status update.  

The fraud is real and I have proof.  I was abused and NOW I'm doing an article to update people. 
I'm CCing the Memphis FBI because it has to do with my NISSAN complaint.  

Lindsey can you forward this to Jeff Gray at the DOE IGO office & I'll cc Rich Leatherman at the DOD IGO.  America needs the 1.4 Billon back and NISSAN does business with IRAN. Our Troops deserve better.

Have a great weekend!

Sharyn Bovat

Begin forwarded message:

From: Sharyn Bovat <>
Subject: Voice of a Moderate NISSAN Loan Repayment Request
Date: January 17, 2014 2:07:27 PM CST
To: *****************


This is Sharyn Bovat & I'm requesting information about NISSAN North America repaying their Dept. of Energy loans that was financed through the Federal Financing Bank. The collateral is a taxpayer backed IDB bond from Rutherford County for 2 billion. I see no mention of the NISSAN loan on your website after 2011.  Is it possible to start updating the site to show the companies are repaying their loans? Also I would like a copy of the terms of the loan & why the DOE used the Paul Weiss firm to review the terms of the loan.   

Thank you & have a great day!

Sharyn Bovat 
Voice of A Moderate

Japan/USA:Nissan to restructure IDB abatement in wake of electric cars loan from a DNJ article that was "pulled" by Gannett (wonder why?) 

Nissan will restructure a land-lease and tax-abatement agreement with the Rutherford County Industrial Board to account for its expansion to build electric cars and batteries at the Smyrna factory, company representatives told the IDB Wednesday morning.
The auto manufacturer’s tax abatement agreement for 884 acres runs through 2022. A new contract will re-examine the ending date and acknowledge that the lease agreement will serve as collateral for a $1.6 billion loan from the U.S. Department of Energy, Nissan consulting attorney Tom Sherrard said.  “We definitely want to talk about it in more detail,” Sherrard said. He appeared before the board with three Nissan representatives who work at the company’s North American headquarters in Franklin.

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