I'm not sure what you mean by a structured sale. My impression is that Brooks hired a firm to sell the stock for him. Had there been an institutuional buyer for a large block or all of the stock, you would have seen a large print and that probably would have been below the market, but probably not 10%.
That is part of the problem with not only this company but many others. They get too much of the gravy with all their warrants and options. Its time shareholders started demanding accountability in the pay structure.
She never owned any shares. She's always owned options and warrants and sold them when she exercised. Come on haw, I know you sold, but you don't have to stay here and rip on the company now that you're out just like you did last time you sold. Will you still be a staunch defender of the company when you buy back in like you were when you were previously holding?