One of the videos from the Ohio fishing tournament showed the weights inside the bass that were captured. According to the Daily Mail, Chase Cominsky and Jake Runyon had their catch disqualified from the Lake Erie Walleye Trail Championship in Cleveland.
Ohio, and forfeited $5,000 in prize money when it was found to contain weights and what appeared to be additional walleye fillets. To paraphrase, “We got fish weights!” After the fish were cleaned, tournament director Jason Fischer reportedly said.
In comparison to their nearest competitor, Cominsky and Runyon’s catch weighed in at a whopping 33 pounds. One official was seen on camera cutting open every fish, and the other employees reacted to the news.
There was a big commotion about the fish basket, and everyone was cursing at Runyon while he stood there silently. Although Runyon and Cominsky won the 2021 Walleye Slam, their names no longer appear on the official leader board.
In the same year, they also took first place in the Blaster Walleye Fall Brawl and the Walleye Slam fishing derbies, respectively, earning a total of $306,000.
In late 2021, both of them were caught fibbing about the Brawl in the Fall. Since they had already passed a lie detector test for the Walleye Slam derby, they claimed at the time that they would legally contest the results.
Many competitors and spectators at the event now believe the fisherman has been cheating throughout. Someone can be heard saying, “You got thousands of f***ing dollars you stole from everyone” in the video. Some people have demanded that they return the money they won.
De Leo was dealt by the Jets to the Anaheim Ducks on June 30, 2018, in exchange for Nic Kerdiles, because he was set to become a restricted free agency at the end of the 2017-18 season.
De Leo was chosen by the Winnipeg Jets in the fourth round of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. After finishing his junior career in 2015, De Leo joined the Jets’ top minor league affiliate, the Manitoba Moose.
He skated with the Moose for most of his first professional season until being called up by the Jets on March 20, 2016, to make his NHL debut that night against the Anaheim Ducks.
When De Leo’s time with the Jets was up, he participated in one final game before being sent back to the American Hockey League.
At the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, De Leo competed for Team USA. From 2011 through 2015, De Leo skated for the Portland Winterhawks of the Western Hockey League’s junior division.
His junior career spanned four years, during which he improved with each passing year. He finished with 251 points in 279 games, the highlight of which was a pair of 39-goal campaigns.
Furthermore, he contributed 58 points in 81 postseason contests as he helped lead the Winterhawks to the 2013 WHL title and a trip to the Memorial Cup final.
The Los Angeles Selects minor ice hockey club, on which De Leo once skated, participated in the 2008 Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament.
Chase De Leo (born October 25, 1995) is a forward with the San Diego Gulls of the American Hockey League (AHL) and a prospect for the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks (NHL).
With the help of a viral video, Jake Runyan and Chase Cominsky have been implicated in a fishing cheating scam.
Apparently, Cominsky departed the competition before the irate mob of competitors and spectators assembled, thus he is not shown in the film, and Runyan is left to take the heat.
Man off-screen yelled that Runyan had been cheating for years and that he’d been busted. In the heat of the moment, Runyan was asked, “How many f**king tournaments have you done this?”
The Cleveland, Ohio native and his partner Chase Cominsky won the Lake Erie Walleye Trail Championship by sweeping both the Blaster Walleye Fall Brawl and the Walleye Slam in December 2021.
According to Runyan, the sum total for these historic victories is $306,000. These extraordinary victories, though, are now being called into question because the pair was implicated in one of the greatest fishing scandals in modern history.
Life and Property
Having been married to Kathleen Ann Bailey since 1978, Richard Fuld had a long and happy marriage. They’ve spawned a triumvirate of The Jupiter, Florida mansion that Dick and Kathleen purchased for $13.75 million in 2004.
The property offers 265 feet of ocean frontage and 3.3 acres of land. The living space of the house is just under 15,000. Due to the legal threats that followed Lehman’s failure in 2008, he sold his entire mansion to his wife for $100.
In early 2021, they put the house on the market for $40 million. They ended up taking the $32.5 million in May of 2021. Fuld also previously owned a 71-acre estate in Sun Valley, Idaho, which he sold at auction in 2015 for almost $20 million.
American banker Richard Fuld has a $250 million fortune. The legacy of Richard “Dick” Fuld as the last Chairman and CEO of Lehman Brothers is well known.
Due to Lehman Brothers’ insolvency in 2008, he was let go from his role after 14 years of service. After the economic collapse, Fuld was named as one of the main culprits by outlets like CNN and Time.
In 2009, Dick began working for the hedge fund Matrix Advisors. He started working at Legend Securities in 2010, however, he departed the firm two years later.