In 2003, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission brought a case against Stansberry for a "scheme to defraud public investors by disseminating false information in several Internet newsletters." A federal court, upheld on appeal, found that Stansberry had sent out a newsletter to subscribers, predicting one company's stock was about to soar. Stansberry maintains that his information came from a company executive; the court found that he fabricated the source. The company's stock price did increase for the reasons Stansberry had pinpointed, but about a month later than Stansberry had predicted. In 2007, he and his investment firm, then called "Pirate Investor," were ordered by a U.S. District Court to pay $1.5 million in restitution and civil penalties. The court rejected Stansberry’s 1st Amendment defense, saying "Stansberry's conduct undoubtedly involved deliberate fraud, making statements that he knew to be false."
the 100 year bond is the payment required
forever salves!because they cant grow
they will get a "100 year loan" ie perpetualy slavery
it'swhy greeks wan tto stay in the eu?They dont like work!
due in 30 days?