The biggest threat to shareholders is the mistreatment of "hoodlums". The implications go beyond Jena, to Whackenhut as a whole, and the entire private corrections industry. The financials are sound, shareholders have been well treated here. The perception that Whackenhut is ignoring the conditions of the inmates is the only thing keeping this shareprice low. Unfortunately, the abuse of inmates appears to be a fact. WHC better gets its act together and ensure that allegations and reports of this sort don't start popping up in our other facilities or we could see a bit of a snowball effect. WHC could save shareholders a lot of worry if they did their job better than standards or expectations.