The latest thing I have shows Mr Gelman holding beneficially owned shares as 766,000. 703,500 shares are options leaving him with 62,500 shares of witch he sold 60,000. Could this be the same thing that happened when Mr Librazzi left the company. There is a clause that sayes when someone leaves they can excerise all the options due him.
According to MSON's 10K, if Gelman draws any salary at all, it's under $100K/yr. Therefore, sale of stock and/or exercise of stock options are probably his ONLY spendable compensation for his duties at MSON. This sale constitutes less than 10% of his shares and besides, they will inevitably be replaced through the issuance of yet more options.
Those of you from out-of-state, please realize: It ain't cheap, living in Nassau County!