FBI agents, take note: A review of various tax filings and other business documents filed by Aaron Solomon reveals six documented claims of forgery by Aaron. These extend to:
- Five federal income tax filings, in which Aaron signed his wife’s name without her authorization. This is a violation of IRS regulations and illegal in all jurisdictions.
- A forged check drawn on Grace Christian Academy (GCA) accounts and made out to Aaron Solomon. And while GCA later denied the matter and said that Aaron was owed the money, he was not an authorized signer on the checking account. Nor was he on the bank signature cards. Thus, we believe the matter illustrates GCA’s conspiracy in the matter and underlying corruption.
Our hope is that the FBI and local officials will investigate these matters as part of a pattern and practice of illegal behavior on Aaron’s part.
We also have reason to believe that Aaron Solomon has engaged in multiple additional instances of forgery. And we note that in one case we have evidence that he filed a fraudulent mortgage application in which he falsified his income, a federal crime usually prosecuted as bank fraud.