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June 19, 2009

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Carol Phillips

All of this still begs the question: "What was the SEC and the Dept of Justice doing the past ten years?" If this has been a problem, why were they not involved? We have been investors for only two years and our families entire fortune was placed with this company. I think that the US government has to be held responsible as well. They were obviously not doing their job. They have also made matters worse in the way they conducted this investigation.

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