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December 02, 2011


Dave Patch

Kotz is doing what his job requires. Unlike his predecessor (Walter Stachnik) who chose not to investigate anybody or chose to cover up those events in which wrongdoing was actually taking place (Ref. Gary Acguirre), Kotz is acting upon referrals by others and is exposing the problems. The fact that SEC staff doesn't like it is too bad. I suggest those that think Kotz is being overly aggressive with them, I suggest they look in the mirror. many corporate officers have accused the SEC enforcement staff of harassing behavior.

Larry Flynt

"Another positive -- unlike in prior reports, no SEC workers were caught watching porn on office computers."
pffff. as long as they did it on their own off-hours, who cares.....

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