September 12, 2007
To give answer to Ann H. Sulzberg's reply to my first comment.
Thank you for your recent email to the SEC concerning your investment in CMKX Diamonds.
Unfortunately, we cannot comment on the issue raised in your email. Nor can we confirm whether or not there is a trust fund whose release is being delayed by the SEC. This is in part because SEC investigations are conducted on a non=public and confidential basis. The SEC staff neither confirms nor denies the existence of an investigation. If the SEC brings an action against an entity or individual, we will post a release on our website announcing the action taken. As you may be aware, the SEC revoked the registration of CMKM Diamonds in 2005. As a result, the company no longer is required to make disclosure filings with our agency and, therefore, we cannot direct you to any current information about the company.
Ann H. Sulzberg
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Office of Investor Education and Advocacy
Madam Sulzberg, You may want to check your records, CMKM DIAMONDS asked to be revoked, the SEC only went along with the companies request. Finally, we do have information that the SEC is holding up the distribution of the trust thats been set aside for the shareholders...RELEASE OUR MONEY
Furthermore, the SEC must realize that there is an army of extremely smart, very informed investors watching every move. We have the attention of several senators, congress people, varied government officials, and key media contacts. We will not be stopped from speaking out about this injustice that not only effects CMKX, but the entire markets. Please do the right thing now, and start protecting those you are supposed to protect...the investors and the companies they invest in.