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Did the SEC Break the Law Protecting Attorney-Client Confidentiality?


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When the SEC openly searches for whistleblowers and freely determines its own powers, nothing is surprising. A few more violations of the law do not matter. The USA is experiencing the beginnings of an authoritarian socialist regime. Soon it will not be possible to open a private company without serving the state plan.

Whether security, digital security, digital asset security or virtual currency security - the main thing is security.

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On 2/16/2021 at 9:00 PM, panmores said:

Ripple is basically taken hostage by SEC. This whole case looks like a charade. Must confess, in the beginning I thought the SEC has some smoking gun.

The only thing smoking was the SEC, taking a huuuuuuuge bong rip before they dreamed up this lawsuit :spinlol::lol:

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On 2/17/2021 at 1:47 AM, Gilligan said:

My opinion is that Jed McCaleb, one of the founding members who sought this legal advice gave it to them willingly (probably under an agreement that he be granted immunity in any litigation resulting from it.)     Yet another way for him to stick it to Ripple.  

If this is true....karma is a b!tch. What a snake you'd have to be to do that.

How else would the SEC get private client-privileged info from Ripple's lawyers??

My opinion of The Last Jed-i McCaleb only seems to go in one direction; Mt. Gox implosion-> XRP dumping -> SEC informant  :bad::bad::bad:

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6 hours ago, jetbrzzz said:

If this is true....karma is a b!tch. What a snake you'd have to be to do that.

How else would the SEC get private client-privileged info from Ripple's lawyers??

My opinion of The Last Jed-i McCaleb only seems to go in one direction; Mt. Gox implosion-> XRP dumping -> SEC informant  :bad::bad::bad:

I don't know if it is true - its just my opinion, but like you said - how else would they have got the privileged info?   Another indicator - Jed is not included in the complaint despite his selling of huge amounts of XRP right along with Brad and Chris.    

This guy has to be the luckiest guy on earth or the biggest snake.   He comes through the Mt Gox debacle unscathed, becomes even more fithly rich because of Ripple, but manages to escape any prosecution for doing the same thing Brad and Chris have done.   :unknown:

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