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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

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saqib

Excellent and very exciting site. Love to watch. Keep Rocking.

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Matthew Chan

This is simply amazing work. There are few words which can describe this latest breakthrough.

For me, the three significant pieces of information that has come out is: 1.) A copy of the signed check by Ruddie through one of his corporate entities was uncovered. 2.) The process server was eager to cooperate. 3.) The transcript had immeasurable value because it shows the judge was angry about what was uncovered and he seems motivated to pursue followup with the U.S. Attorney.

It is abundantly clear that this case will continue into 2017. Richart Ruddie has something to lose sleep about.

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