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  • flankenking flankenking Mar 3, 2013 12:16 PM Flag

    About the falsification-ID's from The Street Sweeper: THESE POSITIONS WILL AFFECT OUR OBJECTIVITY

    "THE STREET SWEEPER'S OWNERS DO HOLD STOCKS IN COMPANIES THAT ARE REVIEWED ON THIS WEBSITE and may take long or short positions in the securities of any publicly traded company at any time before or after the company is the subject of, or otherwise discussed or referred to in articles or other writing on our website. THESE POSITIONS WILL AFFECT OUR OBJECTIVITY."

    Source; Disclaimer of The Street Sweeper

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    • Something about the other criminal form The Street Sweeper:

      "Let the Manipulation Begin

      Then, like a perfectly conducted orchestra, articles came out from the StreetSweeper. and online message board posters stating everything from scam to fraud. When looking on the main page of the StreeSweeper, the same Melissa Davis who wrote this article is standing beside CNBC's Jim Cramer from Mad Money, ironically as he himself is under public scrutiny for exactly the same thing.

      In this interview on the Wall Street Confidential he confesses to taking short positions in a stock then spreading false rumors and having "bozo news reporters write on it" as he stated. He further states "what's important when you're in that hedge fund mode, is not to do anything remotely truthful, because the truth is so against your view that it's important to create a new truth, to develop a fiction."

      Source: Seeking Alpha

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      • The extreme criminality of this criminal crime behind The Street Seeper is best so see at following: The criminal crime behind the Street Sweeper can use excact my ID "Flankenking" and criminals inside of Yahoo, which were paid from the criminal crime behind The Street Sweeper, tolerating this extreme criminal acttivies.

        I have more than 100 more post to Ýahoo, that they should stop the criminal use of my ID - but nothing happened. Maybe the new CEO of Yahoo had found a new buisiness-model: She sells manipulations ot the own message-board. If you ask, what there is the reaction of SEC or FINRA? Nothing - they a sleeping and smoking grass and put the money of the criminals behind The Street Sweeper in their pockets.

      • y_o_s_e@ymail.com y_o_s_e Mar 3, 2013 1:48 PM Flag

        Looks like you're copying their style Flanky, you have been anything but truthful

        "what's important when you're in that hedge fund mode, is not to do anything remotely truthful, because the truth is so against your view that it's important to create a new truth, to develop a fiction."

    • I am sure, that sometimes the chief of the criminal crime behind The Street Sweeper, Hunter Adams posting under the ID "y_o_s_e":

      "Two of the principals, Hunter Adams, 33, of Atlantic Beach, N.Y., and Michael Reiter, 31, of Merrick, N.Y., are known Gambino associates who actually managed the brokerage houses, said Loretta E. Lynch, the United States attorney for the Eastern District of New York."

      Source; New York Times

    • y_o_s_e@ymail.com y_o_s_e Mar 3, 2013 12:30 PM Flag

      a reminder of what you said

      flankenking • Feb 23, 2013 3:34 AM
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      yose criminal as ever, because Flankenking wrote "entered at $3.40" - that means, that there was first buys, a great portion - but not all 20,000 shares. And Flankenking had this great number only 3 years, today only 3,400 shares, because increased the ownerhship in Local Corp to now 70,650 shares.

    • y_o_s_e@ymail.com y_o_s_e Mar 3, 2013 12:29 PM Flag

      Have you had enough time to make up a lie to explain away these inconsistencies?

      1. You say in 2008 you started your position at $3.40, but only held the stock 3 years, but you have to go back to 2002 to find ICGE's stock price at $3.40.

      2. You said in 2011 you still owned 10,000 shares of ICGE and you weren't going to sell them until it hit $25, this is 3 years after you said you had 20,000 shares that you said you only held for 3 years.

      3. You said you wouldn't sell your 10,000 shares until the stock hit $25 but you say now you own 3,400 shares and the stock hasn't seen $25 since 2000.

      4. You said you wouldn't buy more than 25,000 shares of LOCM yet now you say you own 70,650 shares.

      Which of your lies are we supposed to believe? Do you ever tell the truth? We know your valuations are always off by a factor of at least 2 are you that bad with historical facts as well?

    • y_o_s_e@ymail.com y_o_s_e Mar 3, 2013 12:28 PM Flag

      so flank do your 71,600 shares and half million dollar unrealized loss in LOCM effect your objectivity in any way?

 
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