HAL1000 Posted July 9, 2021 Share Posted July 9, 2021 (edited) Jeremy Hogan tweet on this:- The SEC is presupposing what Hinman's testimony will be and basing its argument on such. "He will testify X,Y,Z and we will object, and it will be a waste of time." If that argument works, why even take testimony? Trials could just be based on what the lawyers say will be said! What I don't get (this is me talking, aka HAL) is why is taxpayer's money being used to defend this guy, as he no longer works there? Edited July 9, 2021 by HAL1000 DannyRipple, Muellhart and yezu 2 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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