A Follow Up Message From Steve Cohen's Magic Kingdom

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Yesterday, together as a joint effort, we and SAC cleared the most majestic hedge fund in all the land of any possible wrongdoing vis-à-vis the insider trading case du jour. First, the firm conducted its own thorough investigation of the trades in question (and found no evidence of shady dealings). Then, we came along and finished things off with a brief but clear message: nobody fucks with the king. Nothing else needed to be said but unfortunately, some people felt the need to pipe up and remind everyone that "the determination by the big hedge fund is preliminary because a number of the stocks involved in the insider-trading case remain secret as criminal and civil investigations continue." Obviously these people, and maybe yourselves, still don't get it. So, today, we have no choice but to continue. For those of you-- and I'm talking about the SEC, I'm talking about the Feds, I'm talking about anyone looking to make trouble-- even ENTERTAINING the thought of messing with our lord, go back from whence you came. The king is busy.



Tomorrow-- and I pray it doesn't come to this but you people never seem to learn-- a demo on what's in store for anyone looking to mess, from the king of clubs. (Hint: it involves an object not typically used in place of a standard golf tee.)
[For those of you ignoramuses who have no idea what the above is about, familiarize yourselves here. These were conceived, posed for, and distributed in a limited amount by SC and Co. several years ago, perhaps knowing they'd come in handy some day.]
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