Thank you for your response.
This kind of criminal action needs to be reported to the FBI and the SEC.
You may report a crime to the FBI by contacting: http://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/
You may report a crime to the SEC, which enforces violations of stock holder protection statutes, at www.sec.gov/complaint.shtml
When you contact both of these and make a report, you want to get the complaint number. Then you want to tell the investigator that you have a complete file that builds the case against the perpetrator and you want to get a name and address of where you can send the file to each Agency.
At that point, the investigator takes it and decides whether or not to investigate further. If an investigation is completed, it is next transferred to the Department of Justice
who will request a warrant for the man's arrest if they believe the case is worthy of prosecution.
If you really want to push this through, the best thing to do would be to hire a Washington DC law firm that specializes in white collar crime. They will have contacts within the SEC and FBI that they can utilize to press the charges and make sure that the matter is adequately investigated.