cowtown jay Monday, 03/16/15 11:09:05 AM
Post # of 345264
Loretta Lynch's nomination is NOT a partisan issue.
Where is the opposition from Senator Elizabeth Warren? What good are financial regulations, if the securities laws are not followed?
Why is Senator Mitch McConnell playing politics, insisting that he gets his way on human trafficking legislation, before he will let Lynch's confirmation come to a vote?
SpongeTech shareholders have lost hundreds of millions of dollars due to the illegal activity of market participants, and the SEC has done nothing about it, at least not for the shareholders they are chartered to protect.
The DOJ should be investigating this issue as criminal negligence.
Read my filings. Contact me. LOOK INTO THIS BEFORE ALLOWING A VOTE ON LYNCH'S NOMINATION, or before deciding to vote "FOR" her.
What Susan has hunted for is the truth, such as in regards to the number of shareholders in SpongeTech stock. That information is required by law. However, neither the bankruptcy judge nor the trustee, and neither the SEC nor the DOJ, have insisted upon knowing who we are.
This case would have been wrapped-up long ago if it were not for the efforts of shareholders, such as Susan. She deserves our respect and appreciation, as well as the right to her privacy. Please.
cowtown jay Friday, 02/13/15 04:12:01 AM
Re: cowtown jay post# 345128
Post # of 345216
"Republicans in the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee have stalled the nomination of U.S. attorney Loretta Lynch to replace Eric Holder as President Barack Obama’s Attorney General, and Sen. David Vitter (R-LA)—a member of the committee—says it’s because of her role in not bringing criminal charges in a white collar criminal scandal..."
As Judge Cassell said in the article linked in my associated post, this appears to be just business as usual in the Eastern District of New York.
The Senate Judiciary Committee would do well to have Ms. Lynch provide her record of charges and convictions by her office, against the people who routinely and illegally profit at shareholders' expense. She should be made to answer why SpongeTech shareholders have not been protected by her office with proceedings commenced as they were by IIROC in Canada. These are the exact same issuances IIROC found to be illegal (plus 2.2 billion more shares, according to the SEC and the DOJ).