These Defendants, acting in the course and scope of their employment by the United States of America as duly authorized Commissioners of the Securities and Exchange Commission, a federal agency, through their acts and omissions knowingly, consciously, wrongly, without compensation and without due process of law have effected a taking of property from each of the named Plaintiffs and all who are similarly situated.
PDF (18 Pages): CMKM Lawsuit Against the SEC 9 January 2010
Right Makes Might, Courtesy of Abraham Lincoln, February 27, 1860
Sanity Check via Wayback, 16 January 2006
I offered a former SEC Regulatory Counsel access to my files (certainly the most comprehensive of any expert in this matter). When I told him the sheer size of the files and suggested he might want me to parse them to him, he said “I’ll call you.” Right. It was obvious he wanted plausible deniability. I expected no call, and got none.
Having said that, this morass is turning into a situation analogous to the stage Slavery was in 1860, when Lincoln made his great speech at Cooper Union in New York City, containing the third element of his statement supporting the concept of “Right makes Might.”
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