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Response to quinnox (Reply #18)

Mon Jul 16, 2012, 09:05 PM

22. Where does that come from? No such thing was said.

A felon has a conviction, no one claimed Weird Willard is a felon. The point is if he was not the President and CEO of Bain post 1999 but claimed he was on SEC filings then that could well be be a felony crime and if convicted of such he would then be a felon.

What are you seeing as a misrepresentation? Are you saying falsifying filings isn't a potential felony? What is your position?

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