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Judge Jed Rakoff’s stance on the SEC deals draws fire, praise—and change

Oct 1, 2013, 05:10 am CDT

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Like so many others, he can tell when the SEC is not doing its job.

By B. McLeod on 2013 09 23, 9:55 pm CDT

You got that right B. McLeod!

I’m torn twix my desires for our eToys case. To have a cut through the manure justice like Judge Judy or His Honor Rakoff presiding is absolutely necessary, given the issues of willful blindness & federal venality duplicitous.

At the same time, how wonderful would it be, in our eToys case (where I’m alleging Goldman Sachs & Bain Capital are guilty of Civil RICO violations) - to have an attorney in your corner such as His Honor Rakoff?

In our case, where the SEC has destroyed the files a dozen times;
the SEC stands for “Selective Enforcement Agency”.

And “that” SEC won’t touch a hair on the head of Goldman Sachs and/or Bain Capital

No matter how overwhelming, profuse & irrefutable the evidence may be.

By Laser Haas on 2013 09 24, 8:01 am CDT

Censorship is one of the main reasons that ScreenHunter has a job.

By Laser Haas on 2013 09 24, 8:43 am CDT

Would that Raj Rajaratnam had, in fact, been sentenced by Judge Rakoff rather than former-Judge Richard Holwell whose case it was. I was surprised to see such a glaring error in the Journal’s print edition and am even more surprised that it hasn’t yet been corrected online. As a general matter, the profile of Judge Rakoff was informative and well-written however sketchy the fact checking may have been.

By Michael Shapiro on 2013 10 03, 1:25 pm CDT

Well said Michael Shapiro…

By Laser Haas on 2013 10 07, 2:42 am CDT

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