Tony Mitchell cancelled his stipulated to deposition that was previously cleared by all parties in IFT's frivolous lawsuit against several small competitors. At yesterdays deposition of Jonathan Neuman, IFT's former COO, there were four lawyers present, one criminal lawyer, one general counsel for IFT and two partners at Holland and Knight for IFT. Based on the number of lawyers present, it is clear that IFT has a lot to be worried about. For a company that needed a bridge loan to stay in business, this is clearly good use of the money. Can the reason that Mr. Mitchell doesn't want to be deposed be- the continued FRAUD that is still taking place at IFT. It is my belief that that Non Prosecution agreement with the federal Gov't can be re-opened for continued fraud. Fact -IFT is clearly committing fraud on the court and their funding facilities by moving Structured Settlement annuitants from one state to another to get deals approved which is a direct violation of the SSPA 26 USC 5891. The orders that they have entered are not qualified and will be subject to a 40% excise tax and potentially overturned.