Would someone please post the location of the news article(s) containing the subpoena information. I've been unable to locate it. Periodically, the normal, customary and legal business practices in an industry become the target of some politico seeking publicity to support his / her ambitions. The allegations are usually based on a perceived, self righteous notion of fairness and result in a whole lot of nothing but bad press for the company/industry. Unfortunately, the final findings and outcome are subsequently published on the back pages in fine print. After incorrect accusations are aired and dropped, where does the accused business go to get its reputation back? This type of thing has happened to BDX in the past.