RP did a fine job of answering you. Since you were apparently responding to my message, I'll chip in also.
While your message is well-intentioned and positive with respect to the company, it's a little stale. The OPCO you describe is what CCA was a year ago - no advancement. Doc, the guy who could do no wrong in building the company, is now diminished in stature (regardless of how any of the posters here feel about him, or how he feels about himself, it's just a fact). And the company is tens of millions of dollars poorer, while bankers, lawyers, accountants and consultants are that much richer.
It's interesting that the essence (and facts) of your message echo so closely my months and months of pro-Doc posting last year, so much so that I and others were dubbed "the Happy Brigade". Relative to PZN, all I'm happy about now is that I could lose so much value and still be solvent.
Celebrating the successful completion of the LOC, the third strike chance for raising capital, is a hollow celebration. Better that it had failed, and the REIT strategy had died.
Sorry for ranting. But my psychiatrist couldn't help me understand why I kept this stock after hearing about the REIT last year.