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HenrySeldom

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  1. Now that I think about it, I would actually like to see some data on cases that have been passed on at the last minute to the next administration. How often does something like this even happen? If the case passes from a GOP to Democratic admin (or vice versa) how does that affect the outcome etc?
  2. To be fair, I'm sure that if you pried open the finances of some of the banks Ripple deals with their books would probably be even sketchier than Ripple's. Not excusing the behavior of the Ripple execs, but we shouldn't pretend like the banking industry isn't rife with scams that are orders of magnitude larger than the sums involved with Ripple.
  3. No, the issue is that the SEC should've left it for the new administration to pursue the case or not. Dropping the hammer on Ripple during the transition was hasty and irresponsible.
  4. But maybe not *that* low compared relatively to the rest of the crypto space. I mean even the Wells Notice does state that, in selling, they did take some care to protect the price of XRP.
  5. You're like an all-night crypto radio station, @Hopium--playing all those favorite oldies for us sinners.
  6. Tbh, I'm struggling to understand the difference between what you're saying and what the other guy is saying. An advantage is an advantage---even if it's not "magical"--or else why bother hiring any lawyers at all?
  7. Okay, so you're saying it doesn't matter whom Ripple has working for it? It's open and shut and the SEC wins no matter what? Maybe think this one through.
  8. Haven't even had my coffee yet and you're hyping me up.
  9. Doesn't sound like you know what you're talking about, considering her name is on the actual filing in the docket. I'm afraid you've outed yourself as a complete moron. What do you think keeps you going here exactly?
  10. Okay. What do you think the former SEC chair under Obama (Mary Jo White) is doing on the Ripple defense team?
  11. Last I checked there was a GOP administration from 2016-2020. Were you in the XRP space before 2016?
  12. You don't seem to understand what's happening in American politics right now. In fact, you clearly come across as completely "foreign" to the American scene. The Biden admin is quickly reversing a lot of what Trump's people did, and Ripple is connected up to the hilt with the Democratic party. My very real sense is that Ripple waited to settle things with the incoming Biden team. I could be wrong, of course. But with Ripple hands (such as Michael Barr) dispersed across the new government, I think the odds of a speedy and favorable settlement are pretty high. Good luck to you and your "inv
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