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Filan Law - The SEC has filed a Motion to Compel Ripple to produce video and audio recordings of Ripple staff meetings


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Hey SEC maybe you haven't noticed YOU'RE THE CRIMINALS, NOT RIPPLE, I have a vid for you:-

Oh, look after all this investigation etc, the Sheriff thinks he may have found something, but still needs MORE time and potential evidence to make a trumped-up case stick.

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The SEC are simply criminals acting on behalf of other criminals, it's obvious that this agency was set up to be used as a way for the powers that be, to cripple and bleed any competition they don't like or want, under the guise of justice for all. I'm sure some of their actions have led to some good results for investors, but I will stick with, this agency is more about helping the powers that be, than investor protection, unless it's extremely rich Wall Street investors and their friends in high places.

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18 minutes ago, thinlyspread said:

LOL, *cough* Jed *cough*?

Jed is code for Jedi - he is stealthy when he needs to be, wise enough to get himself out of danger and always just in time, how does he know, because he is one with the force's that be. Although he may have gone over to the dark side :)

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I will continue trying to set myself up for epic disappointment with this case, in hopes that it leads to some level of pleasant surprise. The judges do seem legitimately fair up to this point which is promising. But the SEC and Government are capable (Read: guilty many times over) of the highest levels of corruption so I won't put it past them to pull this off. 

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Just now, HAL1000 said:

Jed is code for Jedi - he is stealthy when he needs to be, wise enough to get himself out of danger and always just in time, how does he know, because he is one with the force's that be. Although he may have gone over to the dark side :)

I would think that disgusting Hayden creature is the one blowing up the SEC.s phone/text/email lines trying to give them any and all evidence to harm Ripple. She's always come across as desperate in that sense. 

Jed has several billion reasons to keep his trap shut. 

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16 minutes ago, jbjnr said:

Doubt it, key former employee - Miguel, Dilip, Marcus ...etc ... one of them probably mentioned recordings of meetings and that has got the SEC trawling for more material...

If I were Ripple I would simply say that back up recordings of meetings are destroyed after 28 days.  Meetings are minuted - that is the official record and that is the end of it.  People have a right not to be haunted by every opinion they expressed at a meeting

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5 hours ago, RipMcGillicuddy said:

IMO (probably wishful) this is the SEC putting any heat back on Ripple that they can muster up in order to get Ripple to agree to a settlement. If Ripple doesn't want the recordings out for some reason, then the SEC might pull back some leverage in settlement negotiations. 

I think the worst of what Ripple has exposure to is already out there. This information is likely to help move the line on the quantum of fines involved or possibly push the discovery a bit more and the longer it’s pushed the worse it is for Ripple.

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