The original article was published online at 10:12 ET and now after lots of complains to SEC, the timing shows as 10:51 ET. Strange? The editor of thestreet.com is asking people to act civil as if his activity was a civil act to hurt and mislead investors without any supportive, authentic or scientific data.
I just went to that article and see the comment that "chief editor" said "civil act". The question is who created "civil war" here. They know that the article the posted will have many complaint and including lawsuite. They knew it but they still posted because they did sell short and then posted article and then buy to cover the short and then Buy shares because they knew that FDA will approve this drug.
That was such a selfish, dishonest, bribe-induced, cheap and dirtyscum approach to hide their crime against thousands of complains already made to SEC. Bad timing this time Adam and thestreet.com, you made under the table money but lost your credibility. Go to jail or please commit suicide because you deserve the worst for yourself and your family. Your family will share your unethical money, so they need to share your sorrows and pain too. May God release his powers on you and your family forever to suffer.
Not that RPC hasn't damaged itself, but Adam F absolutely killed that stock. He cost it probably 30% or more in value based on his hunches. I watched him release a hit piece minutes before open and the stock lost 35% in about 10 minutes. The guy is a word-parsing criminal. I can't quite imagine having a job that brings negative value to society.
the Feds should make use of racketeering laws (RICO) ... seize the assets of all of those involved in continuing conspiracies to defraud investors.
Anyone notice a pattern ...?
People are imprisoned for stealing lunch meat for hungry kids, yet these Wall Street BTK's are allowed to steal millions with impunity.
Let us all kick Adam and thestreet.com, post comments on their website and let them know that you know that they cheated, they even changed time of the article, such a cheap way of living life after getting money and passing on similar values to their daughters that they learned from their mothers.