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  • benjaminterrywilliams benjaminterrywilliams Mar 9, 2014 7:37 PM Flag

    The Bottom Line for Shorts/Longs to Consider

    Hi,

    The bottom line for shorts/longs to consider is that if FAB had any wish to financial gain and had committed any recent serious transgressions (fraud, intentional misreporting, etc.), then FAB would not be so stupid as to hire Loeb and Loeb and agree to the the subcontracting of FTI as consultants and investigators. That includes the bond. Since IBCB321 is the resident short spokesman who is retired and has plenty of time, I will leave it to him to explain the multitude of reasons why the involvement of Loeb and Loeb and FTI do not indicate that FAb expects verification to run smoothly, even when verified by industry-leading professionals.

    FAB Guy

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    • =if FAB had any wish to financial gain and had committed any recent serious transgressions (fraud, intentional misreporting, etc.), then FAB would not be so stupid as to hire Loeb and Loeb and agree to the the subcontracting of FTI as consultants and investigators.

      I have kind of left this point alone you have worked around several times, but it isn't clear. Are you saying that if FAB was guilty they wouldn't have hired Loeb & Loeb or FTI? So you are saying that guilty people shouldn't bother getting attorneys? The real world operates just the opposite. If you are innocent and can easily prove it, you don't need strong representation. When you are guilty, you had better get the best darned representation you can afford.

      Do you know what FTI specializes in?

      Securities Litigation and Risk Management
      Trial Services
      Restructuring/Turnaround Services
      Bankruptcy Support Services

      At least they can follow the progression with one stop shopping.

      Of course this follows you down the rabbit hole with silly speculation and we don't want that now do we. The facts are enough. They will either show transparency and answer the questions put before them or they will not.

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      • LBCB321,

        You are a dirty debater for sure. I just noticed that list you threw up with four services for FTI...

        Securities Litigation and Risk Management
        Trial Services
        Restructuring/Turnaround Services
        Bankruptcy Support Services

        Note how you placed Bankruptcy Support Services last.

        If you click the SERVICES menu selection on the FTI website, you see 30+ services they provide. But dirt debater snake in the grass that you are, you come back with the 4 services the $1B a year revenue company provides, and end with bankruptcy services.

        I'm not going to trust anything you say. You're all talk about facts and evidence-based support. You basically are a con man like your hero Jon Carnes. For all I know you are him eating another hamburger as you read this...

        FAB Guy

      • LBCB321

        I have spent hours reading about both companies. I remember you said that FAB would go dark. That was your prediction. I am just saying you don't hire these companies if you have any thing to hide. I trust time will confirm my assessment.

        FAB Guy