....."Make Up the Facts, if you could learn to operate the computer you would see that I have been here trading posts with stagg. Unlike you, stagg has interesting posts and can engage in a respectful dialogue. Just in case, you missed it, your great love Soros lost his appeal of his insider trading conviction. http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2011/10/06/s..."..
Hey, airhead, your link is a little outdated just like your posts to stagg. But it does shed light on what's actually happening even tho you're too stupid to see it. Yuk Yuk
Here are parts of your link that should help clear up your stubborn refusal to understand the "FACTS"
"France’s insider trading laws were sufficiently clear at the time to hold Mr. Soros criminally responsible, even though a separate investigation by the country’s stock market regulator failed to find wrongdoing."
See, birdbrain, the French kangaroo convicted him even tho the French stock market regulator found no "WRONGDOING" Yuk Yuk
Have another marky....
"France’s stock market regulator opened an investigation into the case in 1989, but determined that Mr. Soros had not violated French insider rules, which at the time restricted only employees of the companies concerned from trading on privileged information."
You must have a hard time comprehending what you read, marky Yuk Yuk
Have another, mentally challenged marky.....
In its 4-to-3 decision, the court said laws were written to be applied to a range of different situations, and that therefore the wording of statutes was not always precise.
Mr. Soros’s Paris-based lawyer, Ron Soffer, said the discrepancy between the findings by the market regulator and those of the criminal court demonstrated that French insider trading laws at the time were too vague to be enforced consistently.
“The court seems to be saying that Mr. Soros and other investors should somehow have had a clearer view of the law than the people who were charged with applying it,” Mr. Soffer said, referring to market regulators.
Mr. Soffer said Mr. Soros would appeal the decision to the Grand Chamber of human rights court. If the Grand Chamber agrees to hear the case, a ruling could come late next year or in 2013, he said."
I think you'd be better off posting with shetthead aka allnightdat rather than stagg. shetthead, like you, because of a lack of grey matter is much easier to con than stagg Yuk Yuk
You sure have done your homework on your pal george soros....fits well with your associated luv of this nation....too bad you didn't read anything about tankers, you may one day, when you grow up, have something of value to add to this mb...well, maybe in your case....