No, he was not. I have read the entire transcript of the subject hearing, and the entire theme and claim of this article is a classic BIG LIE. I would urge anyone concerned about it to read the transcript and what the judge actually said, which for one thing was that the legal term finding represented no negative reflection on the CEO or his attorney and they had done nothing wrong. I might add that the plaintiffs, who had multiplied their investments many years ago, ended up settling the case for a relatively small amount of stock, with no negative effect on InterOil. How many years are you short lying low-life crooks going to try using this to libel the company and its CEO? I am urging the company to identify you and file suit, like some companies have successfully done.