HopScotch2 Tuesday, 03/21/17 07:24:18 PM Re: None Post # of 9468 According to the SEC, Todd DiTommaso issued attorney opinion letters that resulted in more than $1.2 million of investor losses. https://www.sec.gov/litigation/admin/2016/33-10215.pdf But the SEC says more than $12.2 million of shares were sold. So who was the lawyer who did the opinions for the other $10 million that hit the market? Why wasn't this lawyer charged? https://www.sec.gov/news/pressrelease/2016-186.html Either SEC inflated investor losses in its press release or it failed to charge the legal opinion writer who provided $10 million of opinions for 90% of the shares that caused investor losses --- while charging Ditomasso for his minor role of rendering opinions that represented only 10%? Maybe Fed Lehrer would like to tell us who provided those opinions and why he was not charged.