Taser International's last-hope appeal of the Braidwood Inquiry's conclusions about the exaggerated claims of safety is set to begin on Monday.
CTV reports that the appeal will include complaints about how much their business has been affected. [LINK]
See also CP story via [LINK]. See also Vancouver Sun [LINK].
Which leads directly to the question for the SEC, why didn't Taser International's Annual Report (dated 15 March 2010) include any mention, direct or indirect, even a hint..., about the Braidwood Inquiry? [LINK] Isn't this an obvious case of stock fraud (FAILURE TO DISCLOSE)? Hey, I'm just asking!
Another Class Action lawsuit by shareholders against the management and directors of Taser International (TASR) seems like a reasonable next step at this point. Last time they had to pay out $20-million to settle a similar shareholder claim about deceptive behavior. [LINK]
See also Shades of Deception [LINK].
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