Lets remember a couple of important things here- so far we only have one side of the story,
Yeah, I agree it looks like a good old fashioned butt humping, but again, there certainly could be something more to the story. I just figure if we want to crucify and roast a company, we should know all the details and crucify and roast them for what they di, not just a blanket dislike.Some time ago I worked a similar case where a big company seemed like it was reaming a little company. The little company certainly spun it that way, but in fact, the big company had been floating loans to the little company, to the tune of two and a half times what the little company was worth. In the end, the only way for the big company to recover their losses and keep the little company in business was to absorb them. I'm not saying that's happening here, just pointing out that in a potentially legal matter, there's always more to the story than what one side is letting on.Def
You have a point my tutor constable told me "Remember nobody tells the whole truth"