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September 16, 2009

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Vedoster Ingram

As a chemist who has advised the defense in the US v. Zhenli Ye Gon matter, I wish to mention that my company, Vingram Enterprises Ltd, was cited in Mexican publications for challenging the test findings of the Mexican government laboratory. Serious issues persisted throughout the inditement process regarding information requests from the laboratory about alleged pseudoephedrine possession and methamphetamine preparation by the defendant. I believe that the inability of the prosecution to provide such vital information to the court was among one of the critical factors leading to Judge Emmet Sullivan issuing his Formal Opinion 09-454 as part of his Standing Order in dismissing the case.

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