There’s another Vermont connection to the kidnapping and murder of Danville resident Greg Davis in 2018. St. Johnsbury attorney Dan McCabe, of the firm Adler & McCabe, is representing an Orange County man who is the former Chief Financial Officer of the Los Angeles, Calif., company “Enochian Biosciences” which was co-founded by alleged murder-for-hire mastermind Serhat Gumrukcu. The FBI says Davis had previously partnered with Gumrukcu in a separate business deal but had come to believe that Gumrukcu was committing fraud and had threatened to report his concerns to the FBI. Gumrukcu is now accused of conspiring with others to have Davis killed because he feared that if Davis went to the FBI, it would jeopardize his involvement in the Enochian deal which authorities say eventually earned Gumrukcu $100 million dollars in company stock. According to court documents, Randolph resident Robert E. Wolfe was hired by Enochian Biosciences as its CFO in June of 2017. But he was let go in December of 2018 because he was raising concerns about the company’s finances and concerns about Gumrucku. Enochian’s parent company is based in Denmark and according to the online Danish media outlet “Medwatch,” Wolfe sued Enochian in a Denmark court after he was fired claiming he was not provided with a financial settlement as required by his contract with the company.
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