Story of Deep Capture
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5,000 Words About An Obscure Bad Newswire Reporter
The ever cuddly Carol Remond (“I’m going to shred this guy to bits,” she said of Deep Capture reporter Patrick Byrne) has published yet...
August 12, 2008
19 min read
Short-Sellers Spin Themselves Silly, SEC Sounds Strong
After years of intermittently ignoring and whitewashing one of history’s biggest financial swindles, the Wall Street Journal today, for the first time, published some...
July 24, 2008
4 min read
We ♥ Jim Cramer
In “The Story of Deep Capture,” we noted that CNBC’s Jim Cramer is at the center of a clique of dishonest journalists (most of...
July 23, 2008
4 min read
How Naked Short Sellers and CNBC Bamboozled the SEC
You can bet that the hedge fund talking points were rolling off the CNBC fax machine last week, and really, the network did a...
July 21, 2008
6 min read
The SEC Declares Emergency, and Joe Nocera Yammers On
Naked short selling and phantom stock causes the SEC to declare emergency; Joe Nocera and affiliated journalists continue to deny there is a problem.
July 15, 2008
8 min read
A Scandal Unfolds, and the Media Mob Scampers
CNBC's Jim Cramer acknowledges that Patrick Byrne was right about naked short sellers
July 11, 2008
3 min read
JP Morgan CEO is Crazy, Too. Time to Subpoena CNBC
Certain journalists and convicted criminals with ties to hedge funds have suggested that we at Deep Capture are crazy because we believe some short-sellers...
July 9, 2008
1 min read
Vanity Fair Reports “Greatest Financial Scandal in History”
You read it here first. But if you don’t believe us, hear it from Vanity Fair instead. In the magazine’s latest issue, released today,...
June 30, 2008
2 min read
Did a CNBC Reporter Help Destroy Bear Stearns?
Mark Mitchell of Deep Capture shows that CNBC's David Faber and a hedge fund contributed to the collapse of Wall Street investment bank Bear...
June 26, 2008
9 min read