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Dmeister points out that, "Preferential treatment of any shareholders, whether institutional or individual is against the law. Maybe if enough complaints are received by the SEC on this topic, they can be persuaded to do the job we taxpayers pay them to do."

Hear, hear! Accusations of insider trading deserve more than just shareholder protest, they demand legal action. Why has the SEC allowed this sort of activity to go on? Why haven't law firms like Wilson Sonsini and Milberg Weiss, known for aggresively pursing companies in the name of the shareholders, gone after these companies? Is there a "story behind the story" we are missing?

And finally, if a company is treating you differently from other shareholders, why are you here surfing the web? Go call a lawyer!
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