What if Ben Hansel was the one who kicked back $150,0000 to KBLB out of these insane IR fees so that Kim could get cash out of the deal? Since Kim hasn't technically been paid cash in a couple of years, I doubt the $150k was his. It's weird that any shareholder would have to loan KBLB money given the huge success as depicted in news releases. Maybe the SEC will want to figure that out.
That's an interesting thought Bravesfan. So are you implying that Kim could possibly be using his personal shares to fund transactions outside the company? I think he would be required to issue a Form S-4 for any transaction that is a technical dissolution of personal shares but I don't see any S-4's issued by Kim.