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Global Growth Will Donate 1 Million Meals for COVID-19 Relief, Founder Greg Lindberg Says

Global Growth companies have provided the first 100,000 meals out of their committed 1 million to areas affected by COVID-19.  This milestone is only the beginning, its management says. Read more at:

“Insurance Commissioner Set Me Up”. Billionaire insurance magnate Greg Lindberg is not going down quietly, filing a lawsuit recently against the state insurance commissioner who demanded large donations from him.Read more at:

Global Growth Achieves Record Operating Results for The First Half Of 2020, Founder Greg Lindberg Reports
“In a highly challenging environment amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Global Growth team produced extraordinary operating results,” said founder Greg E. Lindberg. “We are well on track to achieve full year adjusted EBITDA of close to $300 million as previously forecasted,” Lindberg said. For the first half of the year ended June 30, 2020, Global Growth’s non-insurance companies produced $136.2 million in adjusted EBITDA, 29% ahead of the prior year period. For the month of June, adjusted EBITDA was $31.6 million, 100% ahead of the prior year period. “The performance of our group of companies in the first half of 2020 demonstrates the strength of our team and our ‘first who, then what’ business model,” Lindberg said. Read more at:

Greg Lindberg Issues Statement On Why He Is Confident In A Successful Appeal In The Case Initiated By Mike Causey’s False Allegations
Greg Lindberg states that “I am confident the Fourth Circuit will either reverse the verdict or remand the case for a new trial. The Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that a judge cannot instruct a jury on a finding of fact, as the district court did in my case. In essence, the district court directed the guilty verdict. In doing so, the district court took the most important part of the case away from the jury and infringed on my and every American’s Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights. Even the prosecution agreed with me on this point in one of their filings during the trial.”

20 Entrepreneurs You Must Follow in 2020. Today, Greg Lindberg’s Global Growth conglomerate encompasses dozens of companies with 8,000 employees worldwide and $1.4 billion in revenue. Read more at:

People Are Frustrated With The Criminal Justice System For Good Reason, Says Greg Lindberg

People have taken to the streets to air their frustration with a criminal “justice” system that is stacked against them, says Greg Lindberg, founder of Global Growth, a group of over 100 companies worldwide focused on healthcare and technology. People are fed up with an excessively harsh criminal justice policies that result in mass incarceration, over-criminalization, racial injustice, and stand in the way of a fair and equal society, says Lindberg. Read more at:

Global Growth and Global Good: Greg Lindberg’s Journey from Donor To Social Benefactor

Many self-made millionaires grew up struggling and thus understand human needs from personal experience.  Author Thomas C. Corley discovered that 41% of the self-made millionaires in his Rich Habits Study (which resulted in his book) came from poverty. Greg Lindberg had a family legacy like that. He built his fortune from a $5,000 investment while in college. He was the first Lindberg to graduate from college. From a working-class family with occupations like plumber and auto-mechanic, Greg learned that hard work and discipline is rewarded with success. He was also aware he came from meager beginnings. When he perused a ledger book that his grandfather kept, he saw that at one time granddad was making only 8 cents an hour. Read more at:


GREG LINDBERG: “The Justice System Destroys Families, Lives, and Futures”

“Individuals have rioted across the country to air their disappointment with a framework that is stacked against them,” says Greg Lindberg, the founder of Global Growth, a gathering of more than 100 organizations overall concentrated on social insurance and innovation.

“The ‘Justice’ framework is broken and your freedom is in danger. Significant changes are required. In any event, for somebody with a capacity to recruit the best advice, battling the U.S. or then again State Government can clear individuals out — inwardly, monetarily, genuinely, profoundly. Most tragically rise not ‘restored’ yet destroyed and crushed. They can’t find a new line of work, start a business, or even open a financial balance. What’s more, for what end? Families, lives, and fates are wrecked,” Lindberg proceeds.

Lindberg says he trusts the donation would help uncover injurious examiners, and law requirement officials, including neighborhood, state and central government specialists who go after well behaved residents, here and there for their very own benefit.

Lindberg Says He Wants To Help Those Who Can’t Afford To Fight Injustice

Lindberg vowed $1 million to the ACLU’s Criminal Law Reform Project (CLRP) which concentrates its work on the “front end” of the criminal legitimate framework — from policing to condemning — trying to end unreasonably unforgiving criminal equity arrangements that bring about mass imprisonment, over-criminalization, racial shamefulness, and disrupt the general flow of a reasonable and equivalent society.

“This commitment is intended to help individuals who don’t have the assets to battle injustice,” says Lindberg.

Lindberg remarked, “I have been upset by the results of prosecutorial mishandles and out of line imprisonment of peaceful guilty parties for quite a while. Ongoing occasions have exacerbated these worries. The vast majority can’t bear to battle and they get turned over by investigators and their best stuff. ‘Equity for everything’ is unfortunately an illusion in quite a bit of the present America.”

The gift will bolster the goals of the Criminal Law Reform Project to guarantee that sometime in the not so distant future ‘justice for all’ are not minor void words — and that the United States justice framework genuinely works regardless of money, race, or political influence, says Lindberg.

Lindberg Says His Own Legal Battles Have Shaped His Views

Lindberg has confronted his a lot of fights in court which he says have given him a firsthand view on how the equity framework truly functions.

Referring to subtleties of a case in North Carolina, Lindberg says, “I found that the Federal Bureau Investigation perseveringly attempted to get me to overstep the law.” Lindberg says the FBI was engaged with organizing more than 100 recorded assembles and conferences with an end goal to produce a supposed wrongdoing. “They instructed North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey, their witness, to confine me from my counselors and attorneys so they could attempt to fool me into supposedly violating the law.”

Lindberg says that “as only one model, I had my legal counselor on the speakerphone in a discussion I had with Causey and Causey straightforwardly requested me to get my legal advisor off the line. Turns out he did that so he could attempt to entangle me without my legal advisor being there to meddle with his endeavors” Lindberg says.

“The FBI instructed Causey to attempt to persuade me that what he was proposing I do was lawful, in any event, when the FBI realized it probably won’t be. In one occasion, Causey — while wearing a wire — unmistakably concurred that there is nothing amiss with the gifts he over and over and forcefully requested from us. Causey recollect, was and is a sworn law authorization official, the individual answerable for implementing protection laws in North Carolina,” says Lindberg.

“Law Enforcement Officers Are Not Required To Be Honest” Lindberg Says

Lindberg says he was amazed to discover that law implementation officials are not required to be straightforward, in any event, while informing residents on the legitimateness regarding what they are doing.

“When managing law requirement and in affirming in court, you should come clean, every bit of relevant information and only reality. That is the thing that I did. In any case, as should be obvious it didn’t go the two different ways,” Lindberg says.

As indicated by Lindberg, “North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey lied after swearing to tell the truth, denying the way that he was the person who requested the mystery gatherings. The FBI realized he was not coming clean. In any case, not a peep out of them about Causey lying himself. The indictment knew better, as well. Not a word from them either to the adjudicator or jury.”

As to possess case in North Carolina, Lindberg says he regards the jury’s discoveries for his situation and he “means to offer the choice and is idealistic it will be toppled on claim.”

Lindberg Says He Supports Reforms That Give People A Second Chance

Lindberg proceeded, “We consider ourselves a free society however the fact of the matter is the United States has the most elevated jail and prison populace (2,121,600 in grown-up offices in 2016), and the most noteworthy imprisonment rate on the planet (655 for every 100,000 populace in 2016).” According to the World Prison Population List (eleventh release) there were around 10.35 million individuals in reformatory foundations worldwide in 2015. The US had 2,173,800 detainees in grown-up offices in 2015. That implies the US held 21.0% of the world’s detainees in 2015, despite the fact that the US spoke to just around 4.4 percent of the total populace in 2015.

In The New Yorker article The Caging of America (2012), Adam Gopnik states: “Over all, there are presently more individuals under ‘restorative oversight’ in America — in excess of 6,000,000 — than were in the Gulag Archipelago under Stalin at its tallness.”

With the rise of COVID-19 in jail populaces, both Federal and state detainment facilities have reasoned that peaceful guilty parties are in an ideal situation restoring in home confinement programs. “In the event that these peaceful wrongdoers are alright for society now, for what reason would they say they weren’t sheltered previously? In all actuality, they were consistently alright for society and it took a pandemic for the administration to value that,” Lindberg states.

Mr. Lindberg says he underpins Senator Cory Booker’s Next Step Act which was presented in the Senate a year ago. “Individuals need another opportunity to financially recover” says Lindberg. “Missing changes, for example, those that Senator Booker has proposed, individuals with criminal records can’t find a new line of work.”

Lindberg says he additionally underpins Senator Booker’s Emergency Community Supervision Act which helps peaceful wrongdoers re-join rapidly with society.