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May 24, 2011


bill s

The sec is a fraternity, and they cant try a case, i user to want to work there and was begging for a job, i now find youre better off not working there and representing private clients because you will.kick their asses in trial as I have.

Joe Jefferis

When the SEC failed to enforce the existing laws from 2006-2008, the SEC became part of the problem:

You may be interested in reading some of my public comments:

January 21, 2011:

August 24, 2010:

August 30, 2010:

July 8, 2008:

June 9, 2008

To put the SECret patent information in context with current events, please read this recent article from the Los Alamos National Laboratory:

You may not have heard this exciting news because it was competing with the President's birth certificate controversy, killing Osama Bin Laden, the Royal Wedding, and other distracting media events.

To this date, no one at the SEC Enforcement Office has engaged in meaningful conversation about my unique life experiences. Speaking truth to power is not easy. This has been made more difficult in the post man created financial crisis world in which we live.


The KSA-type questions are not gone!


The SEC refuses to laterally hire attorneys who have solid litigation experience but no securities law specific experience. It is that mindset that has caused its "glut" of vacancies, but that is a poor hiring strategy, especially in light of the SEC's poor enforcement performance. It could also be that the SEC's HR department is simply incompetent just like its enforcement division. The blame for our economic crisis lays at the SEC's doorstep. Ironically, the SEC was created to prevent a second Great Depression, but its "securities law club" lawyers have completely failed that mission.

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