Renee Thursday, 11/08/18 06:07:04 PM Re: dranesthesia1 post# 958 Post # of 1003 From the Scheduling Order: "Accordingly, it is ORDERED that the Division’s motion for summary disposition against INTREorg is due November 14, 2018; that INTREorg’s opposition is due December 12, 2018; and that the Division’s reply is due December 19, 2018." https://www.sec.gov/litigation/apdocuments/ap-3-18733.xml As I argued in prior posts the A.L.J. has never (yet) accepted any exculpatory reasons for an SEC Registrant to be delinquent in their filing obligations. From the Scheduling Order the A.L.J. is still proceeding with revocation of IntreOrg's stock registrations despite the company filing all delinquent Financials. The A.L.J. anticipates that IntreOrg will oppose the A.L.J.'s summary disposition from becoming a final disposition (ie., registration revocation). Then the A.L.J. will post a reply to IntreOrg's opposition. IntreOrg will then likely have the option to oppose the A.L.J.'s December 19th reply so the back and forth could go on until the A.L.J. renders a final ruling. Shareholders will know a lot more when the A.L.J. posts their summary disposition by November 14th inthat the A.L.J. will cite the reasons why IntreOrg's stock registrations must be revoked. The A.L.J. will use incontrovertible evidence of the delinquencies and then cite why the delinquencies are irreconcilable. I'll watch for the November 14th A.L.J. summary disposition and then I'll post my comments if so desired. Best of luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!! To bite the worm of incite is to bite the HOOK of the antagonist . They win .