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Star Scientific (STSI) says a class action lawsuit questioning the validity of its research is...

Star Scientific (STSI) says a class action lawsuit questioning the validity of its research is meritless. Chairman and COO Paul Perito notes "with interest" that the plaintiff bought 500 shares of STSI stock in January and sold it days later. (Previously: STSI falls after SEC filing)
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  • zenese
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    Time to double up...look at the numbers.
    26 Mar 2013, 06:28 PM Reply Like
  • rtcatfow
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    In my opinion, the desperation of the short positions is showing. They have tried everything, from attacks on the product, attacks on the management, and twisting and distorting the facts. Adam F., ambulance chasers and paid bashers on message boards have been hard at work, leading me to believe that they are extremely desperate. Unfortunately for them, they cannot dispute the anecdotal testimonies, the scientific studies, whether or not they try and make it sound like mouse studies are totally insignificant. The human peer reviewed studies are coming out soon. They will no longer going to be able to make their Mickey Mouse jokes. The product is the real deal, like I and so many others know. We will not let go of our shares, so go fishing for your 30,000,000+ shares short.
    26 Mar 2013, 07:54 PM Reply Like
  • jmtjohnt
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    It certainly has been profitable so far to be short the stock. I don't trade in volumes that would be hard to cover, and besides, I am long and have been since I saw the research studies, and started taking the product. I have certainly noticed a great improvement in my back pain. And I have yet to read anything written against the product that makes any sense at all. Still, I wonder about who is really behind this effort to discredit the company and the product. The answer is scary, as those who would be hurt most by the widespread use of Anatabloc are the companies that make the prescription drugs it would replace. They have very deep pockets, I truly hope Star Scientific can survive their attacks. I don't want to be deprived of this product!!
    27 Mar 2013, 01:32 AM Reply Like
  • lpaul31
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    I totally agree! I have been taking Anatabloc now for about 3 weeks and the pain in my hands and knees, I've had from a life of being a Carpenter of 40 years is gone!!! There is still some stiffness as it am still working to keep occupied at 70 years old. I haven't felt this good in 10 years. Lee Paul
    27 Mar 2013, 01:50 AM Reply Like
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