south1481 Thursday, 04/26/12 04:52:55 PM Re: None Post # of 296 The SEC found in August of last year that "Level Vision Electronics" is a "Hijacked Company." That would suggest that the Level Vision stock sold on the Pink Sheets, and the stock that I own, was fraudulently issued by the defendants below. SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION v. BOOCK SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION, Plaintiff, v. IRWIN BOOCK, STANTON B.J. DEFREITAS, NICOLETTE D. LOISEL, ROGER L. SHOSS and JASON C. WONG, Defendants, and BIRTE BOOCK and 1621533 ONTARIO, INC., Relief Defendants. No. 09 Civ. 8261 (DLC). United States District Court, S.D. New York. August 25, 2011. If you look up the case online, Google "SEC v. Boock, Defreitas, Loisel, Shoss, and Wong," you will find Level Vision mentioned on the list of "Hijacked Companies." If the stock was fraudulently issued, then would that not mean that "LVLV" stock is in fact worthless, regardless of whether or not Level Vision is currently a functioning company? Also, have any of the company officers ever commented on their stock or the above case? It would seem quite absurd for Level Vision leadership to be unaware of the above case in which their company was involved. Why then would they tell investors that their stock may again become tradeable if the stock in question was issued fraudulently by an outside party?