laws including Sarbanes-Oxley statues, ” said the MySpace Founder “Equallyimportant is an unfettered and uncorrupted free press in America that does notcollude against Whistleblowers. I am hopeful and fully expect the Directors of the New York Times to work with the SEC to bring to light any corruption or improper arrangements with other media companies which may have existedunder the former CEO Janet Robinson.”The MySpace Founder initiated contact with both The New York Times CompanyDirectors and SEC providing significant evidence of an unusual suppression of certain story topics including cutting off coverage of the Brown v. Brewer FederalClass Action case after the New York Times Newspaper reported out on the casein July 2010 after an article was written by Gretchen Morgenson titled “Bidder Beware”. The New York Times also refused to contact The MySpace Founder after being supplied evidence that Mr. Greenspan was a victim of Computer Hacking/Intrusion by News Corporation.The latest Brown v. Brewer Court docket can be seen here:http://www.scribd.com/doc/75578171/News-Corp-AntiTrustSecurities-Fraud-Docket-RPT-12-8-11-California-Central-District The Motion of Summary Judgement, Motion for 60(b) Fraud upon the Court, &Motion for Intervention can be viewed at below link:http://www.scribd.com/doc/74858285/December-5-2011-Motion-Approval-96-Billion-Damage-Report-Consideration-on-60b4-Motion-VoidThe Rule 701 Damage Valuation Report can be viewed at below link:http://www.scribd.com/doc/74858285/December-5-2011-Motion-Approval-96-Billion-Damage-Report-Consideration-on-60b4-Motion-Void
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About Brad Greenspan