A Short Basher like you see on every board was sued
CHARLESTON, SC, Jul 01, 2013 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Revolutions Medical Corporation (otcqb:RMCP), a Charleston, S.C.-based medical device and software applications company, and its Chief Executive Officer, Rondald Wheet, have been awarded more than $20 million in a default judgment against Phillip Maurice "Marty" Hicks. A special referee for the South Carolina court awarded the company $3.6 million in compensatory damages and $1.5 million in punitive damages. Wheet was awarded $12,010,000 in compensatory damages and $3 million in punitive damages.
The Charleston County Common Pleas Court found Hicks liable for Internet defamation in September 2011 after he was defaulted as a sanction for disobeying a court order requiring him to participate in discovery in the case. In his decision, the special referee took into account the malicious intent and duration in which Hicks waged his cyber smear campaign against Revolutions Medical and Wheet. He also found that Hicks intentionally interfered with a grant the company was to receive from the Department of Defense in September 2010 to supply its patented RevVac�?� safety syringes to its HIV/AIDS Prevention Program.
And what's this got to do with AFFY? Apparently you have trouble discerning the difference between someone who posts facts and publically verifiable information, that of which you don't like to hear, and the individual you mention in this post.