Why would our GOV want to deal with any company or management team after they have been "judged" in the wrong..over and over.
Make their easy money going up with inside info. You know who I'm talking about. Easy to hide from general public; take loans against their stock when pps is at the top and let the investment bankers do the hedging/shorting for them. Wallst is crooked to the core. SEC rules allow all types of crooked schemes; but that's expected since the wallstcrooks owns and many of our Gov leaders....jmho
Then PIP can take over the DRUG and the Barda contract so that an honorable company and management team can finish the contract. SIGA shareholders should consider loading up on PIP stock so they can get some of their money back. SIGA management and you know who have really "stuck it to" the other shareholders...who hopefully will file a class action lawsuit against them for making so many bad decisions that were not in the best interest of all shareholders.
If no En banc...they win..if review occurs and G loses...they will just short it right back down after a small pop...probably own most of the shares by then also and will just force VRNG into cheap buyout with shareholders getting very little and VRNG management getting the usual golden parachutes. Wallst is crooked to the core; you can lose your last penny betting against that.
I suspect they own enough now to naked short & control pps as they wish. I wouldn't be surprised to see them make a backdoor deal now and buy this company for a small premium for share owners...but huge golden parachute for management...naturally..Wallst is crooked to the core and owns most of our Gov leaders imho...not saying any of our leaders are judges..lol
Wouldn't be something; drive it below a dollar and then buy enough shares to takeover the company... with pocket change out of your daily allowance.
With their millions and billions of easy free cash. Maybe just one of them. Wallstcrooks rule and own most of our Gov leaders.
My post said they are the buyers "after" the big drop. They were already short from much higher levels because they trade with inside info. The whole market system is rigged by the wallstcrooks. If any retailer that trades without inside info actually makes money on any stock like this, then it is pure luck. Actually, I've made money on this stock before, so I count myself lucky...on this one...jmho naturally. Good luck to you.
PIPER short scams performed all over the markets, mostly on low cash stocks. They short it down knowing what/when news is coming; then buy to cover after the big drop. They are the buyers after big drops while most everyone else is selling for a loss. They get to short without risk and trade ahead of everyone else using inside info, approved by the SEC and our wonderful Gov leaders who are controlled by wallst. All hail the PIPERS! I'm jealous.
Since the law finds that SIGA wronged PIP...doesn't that make management responsible?? Would our Gov do any additional business with them now?? or would anyone else for that matter??
You have to give them credit for that by buying a few down here and below just as a throw of the dice on the craps table.. Similar to us gun nuts saying "you're going a have to pry my gun out of my cold dead hand"..lol
"Your going down". Ever seen that truck decal where one brand is peeing on the other? That is what Siga management is doing to its shareholders. Why are shareholders not filing lawsuits against them?
Why do they keep trying to use Zmapp? Is it politics??
All these judges are buddybuddy with each other and never step on the other's toes. It's a done deal. Siga management, if they cared anything at all about shareholders, should stop wasting shareholder value on useless appeals and just go ahead and make a deal with PIP. Just get it over with and move on; then both stocks would make all shareholders a lot of money. IMHO, SIGA management is basically stealing from its own shareholders and should be taken to court by big holders to stop this bleeding of shareholder value by continuing to make stupid decisions.