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November 21, 2012


Will DD

With all of the power and resources at their disposal, the fact that the government can't even make out a case that survives summary judgment raises real questions about the SEC's competence and good faith in bringing the suit. Hopefully, the SEC will be required to pay all of Ms. Spencer's attorney's fees.

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is it any wonder the public have lost faith in financial institutions....they lose vast sums of the public money destroy peoples lives and none of the executives are being held to they stood up to claim their piece of the pie when huge bonuses were being paid...but quick to deny any involvement when they are caught with their hands in the cookie jar...

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