HopScotch2 Friday, 04/07/17 06:30:26 AM Re: HopScotch2 post# 9422 Post # of 9485 According to the FBI, FBI agents and Prosecutors have an obligation to disclose exculpatory evidence to the defense in criminal cases. The legal opinions written by Lehrer represented approximately 90% of the shares which caused the investor losses in FSPM. Those opinions will be posted soon so investors can judge for themselves and have the opportunity to seek recovery of their losses from all available sources. https://leb.fbi.gov/2011/october/disclosure-in-the-modern-age "There is an affirmative constitutional duty on prosecutors to disclose exculpatory evidence to a defendant. Subsequent cases have extended this duty to law enforcement agencies" The SEC and FBI withheld exculpatory evidence from the defendants in FSPM related to Frederick Lehrer, the key witness against his own clients William Sears and Scott Dittman. They even went so far as to target posters on the investors hub to prevent exculpatory information from being posted. It didn't stop there. Those involved should all be charged with obstruction of justice. This goes way beyond not turning over exculpatory evidence to the defense. They targeted individuals who had evidence that would discredit Lehrer's testimony. Lehrer rendered more than 10 times the bogus opinions of DiTommaso and he was not charged. It turns out that Lehrer worked with Kenneth Harmon, the AUSA in this case for years and Harmon was his supervisor. I am not the only one who sees something wrong with this picture. Anyone investors seeking information, please send me a private email.