From: M.B.Snuggs
Sent: October 6, 2005
Subject: File No. 4-500

Dear Mr. Katz,

Please advise on the current situation of SSTY, Sure Trace Inc. There seems to be no correlation between bid, ask, volume and price, none whatsoever. I submit to you this question to solve, perhaps it is in direct appropriation to the petition to cause the amendment of NASD Rule 3360 and require NASD broker dealers to maintain a record of total "short" positions in all customer and proprietary firm accounts in all publicly traded equity securities as well as report this information to the NASD for public dissemination of the short positions by security. The SEC's action is urgently needed to prevent fraudulent acts, expose market manipulation, promote fair principles of trade and protect investors.

You understand that the average working American is living paycheck to paycheck, and investing in companies are the only way most of them will ever be able to do anything more than exist. That dream is being undermined by a foreboding network of organized crime, and no one seems to care, I suppose perhaps it is just too big of a problem to attempt to fix, or too scary? The state of the economy is obvious so I don't need to tell you how most Americans are struggling to pay their bills. It is a wicked, wicked cycle that is most UnAmerican. I would really appreciate some nugget of proof that I should not completely lose my faith.