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To: nopardons; Gail Wynand

If I understand Gail Wynand's point, the illegal cow trades were simply the particular type of tender used in an overarching crime that falls outside the domain of the SEC.


49 posted on 09/26/2006 3:04:12 AM PDT by Mia T (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations (The acronym is the message.))
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To: Mia T; Gail Wynand
Doesn't matter...the SEC did its job, the way it is supposed to do. Anything "EXTRA" fell outside of its venue. One would suppose that IF any other criminal proceedings were to have followed, it would have been a state matter. Bill Clinton was the governor, so expecting that criminal proceedings would have then been taken up by law enforcement, is delusional.

This one time fraud, FOR Hillary, was NOT something out of the ordinary for Red Bone, or the guys who "ran him". It was a way to handle "payoffs" and had been done for a very long time. But this kind of security fraud, while nothing "new", has been cut down ( if not completely off ), because of in house exchange rules and federal laws.

I'm just telling all of you the facts of the matter. Most people don't know them and therefore make all kinds of erroneous statements and complain that Hillary wasn't punished. Well, NOBODY that was involved in this fraud ( and Hillary was NOT the only one who illegally profited !) was punished except for the perpetrator. That's just how it worked.

56 posted on 09/26/2006 1:27:30 PM PDT by nopardons
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