The question remains...what is your motive. First it was talking about suing the company. Any one with a lick of common sense knows only lawyers would benefit from that and that type of move often will cause share prices to sink. Now, it almost like that move didn't work and it is time to try something else. Claiming a company is on the verge of bankruptcy will often cause investors to get skirmish. Back to the question...what is your objectives?
But I don't believe you believe they are dead either. Do you? So if you don't believe they are dead, that leads to your motives of all the "they going bankrupt" post.
I am willing to publicly admit, again, I made a mistake increasing my holdings after Mr. Ramey death. I will also admit I tried to wear rose color glasses with this company and decided that is a #$%$ poor way to invest. My personal belief is the niche they are carving out for themselves is to small to be of significant. Yes I think they are profitable and I have ever reason to believe you do too.
So what are your motives for all the bankruptcy BS? To drive prices down? Trying to rattle a few cages? Tell the board.