Fraud, Intimidation and Truth: Marc Cohodes’ Last Stand

Published on
February 1st, 2019
Duration
149 minutes

Fraud, Intimidation and Truth: Marc Cohodes’ Last Stand

The Interview ·
Featuring Marc Cohodes

Published on: February 1st, 2019 • Duration: 149 minutes

Grant Williams visits Marc Cohodes at his farm in Sonoma County to hear the astonishing story of the famed shortseller’s year-long battle with MiMedx - a company he calls the biggest fraud he’s ever seen. Marc details the prodigious amount of work he’s undertaken, his pleas to regulators and the extraordinary story of an FBI visit to his home. Filmed on January 19 in Cotati, California.

Comments

  • CD
    Chris D.
    9 April 2019 @ 22:22
    This reminds me of Grant's last video with Hugh Hendry. I hope one day Marc & Hugh have a drink about all they've gone through. - The Best, CD
  • DG
    David G.
    5 April 2019 @ 17:58
    Let’s make a petition to get Marc voted in the FTC
  • DP
    David P.
    5 March 2019 @ 01:51
    I hope he stuck with his STMP short..Unfortunately, I didn't...He was absolutely spot on, though it played out much, much longer than I would have ever thought...After the vol settles it might be worth another look. The postal service cost structure upcharge / arbitrage (only thing driving growth) is no longer
  • TS
    Todd S.
    17 February 2019 @ 17:28
    So much respect for Marc and his family! Grant and RV this is unbelievable work you’ve done to provide this story. Worth every cent to be RV member
  • AD
    A D.
    11 February 2019 @ 17:16
    Isn't there a gulianesque DA with future political ambitions or an up and coming D who can finally close this balagan? I know politics isn't MCs cup of tea, but all is fair in love and war. Rest assured, great, great piece my wife lost me for 2.5 hours this weekend for cause. Thank you!
  • RE
    Rachel E.
    10 February 2019 @ 14:27
    This Gentleman obessesed with my medic. He is short and trying to hit home run. Don’t see any investment ideas for us???
    • AL
      Andrew L.
      10 February 2019 @ 16:58
      He already hit a home run down 80-90% from a pure short monetary perspective. From a pure economic standpoint it makes no sense for him to continue, but he’s trying to take down scum and corruption. Nothing wrong with that.
    • WM
      Will M.
      11 February 2019 @ 00:32
      He is obsessed with catching the scum that lure perhaps people like you into bad stocks
  • SU
    Shakeel U.
    8 February 2019 @ 20:24
    The world needs more people like Marc Cohodes
  • PD
    Paul D.
    8 February 2019 @ 07:15
    Marc and his family are truly courageous individuals. The toll his endeavours have taken on him are clear and evident. There pressure he has endured and overcome is a testament to his fortitude and a damning indictment against those institutions whose role it is to provide over-site. Marc your my hero.
  • ZY
    ZHENG Y.
    8 February 2019 @ 03:53
    I hope RealVision make this video free for everyone viewing, this is more than finances inside. Well worth 2hrs spend for the day.
  • MM
    Mak M.
    7 February 2019 @ 21:54
    America needs to build a statue to Mr Marc Cohodes!
  • CB
    C B.
    7 February 2019 @ 17:18
    It’s the Wild West. The system is perhaps, now, unsalvageable.
  • TA
    Truitt A.
    7 February 2019 @ 04:45
    Outstanding interview! Very much looking forward to the conclusion and Marc interviewing others!
  • B
    Brian .
    6 February 2019 @ 23:37
    Good work Marc!
  • AL
    Andrew L.
    6 February 2019 @ 23:00
    New Series: Mark C. Interviews: Carson Block, Jim Chanos, Sahm Adrangi, John Hempton, etc...
  • JG
    Joseph G.
    6 February 2019 @ 22:25
    Remarkable pair of interviews. Drain the swamp indeed. We can only hope Marc prevails in the end because this kind of fraud and institutional cover-up is completely unacceptable.
  • AB
    Andrew B.
    6 February 2019 @ 18:33
    Riddle me this for a second. One guy whose name sounds just like Spanish for Balls vs another short guy whose name in French means small. It’s like a comic! It’s all in the name. If this was a Dickens novel you couldn’t choose the names better. Thumbs up.
    • JM
      John M.
      7 February 2019 @ 04:05
      Thinking the same thing. The two surnames say it all.
    • MC
      Marc C. | Contributor
      9 February 2019 @ 01:18
      Petiteparkerthebarker.com The Irony is not lost on me.
  • MS
    Muhammad S.
    6 February 2019 @ 12:14
    Give Marc SEC so that we are left with a Tony Deden types in the industry.
    • MS
      Muhammad S.
      6 February 2019 @ 12:15
      *only Tony Deden types
  • TL
    Tom L.
    6 February 2019 @ 05:53
    Real Vision please keep the updates coming as they happen regarding this story. Maybe a 5 min monthly update?
  • TL
    Tom L.
    6 February 2019 @ 05:15
    I agree this is a movie in the making. But the fact that this happens in today’s day and age is just staggering. The regulators should all be sacked, it really is a joke.
  • RA
    Robert A.
    6 February 2019 @ 01:05
    Having been a Problem Solver all my life I have always lived by a Rule which is simply this—sometimes a Problem that can’t be solved simply needs to be placed in the hands of a stronger problem solver with specific skills as to the particular problem. Aaron Sorkin is the guy for this....don’t know what he’s working on right now, but when he gets some free time this has all the makings of “The Big Short” or a mini Madoff documentary. It looks like Marc has done about all he can with this and perhaps a really good investigative Journalist with a reputation like Sorkin’s might just be the ticket. I’d love to see how Aaron “casts” the players if he decides to get involved. And Marc, if Arron runs with this I’m sure he will pay you enough to cover your taxes on covering your short!
    • MC
      Marc C. | Contributor
      9 February 2019 @ 01:20
      That would be fun... The ending to this hopefully comes soon
  • TM
    Troy M.
    5 February 2019 @ 21:35
    Thanks, Marc. Please write a book so others can learn more about what you do!
  • TS
    Tyler S.
    5 February 2019 @ 21:24
    I am using that from now on, dumbo the lion, who wants a shirt?
  • RW
    Richard W.
    5 February 2019 @ 20:07
    Seems like the swamp needs draining ......
  • LA
    Linda A.
    5 February 2019 @ 18:27
    Marc, u are a champion. U are a crusader for all those desperate patients de-frauded & all those lives ruined by this thug. Man, u have some courage! I pray for you & your family. U are the ultimate Exposer! U do what u say- the best type of person I know. U have my respect Champ!
  • SL
    Sam L.
    5 February 2019 @ 16:55
    Just an incredible story. Wow.
  • CM
    Chad M.
    5 February 2019 @ 15:50
    Best episode of all Real Vision... imho. The story, the person and interviewer are so intriguing. Bravo. This is super illuminating.
  • PN
    Pedro N.
    5 February 2019 @ 12:01
    As became evident when Madoff’s fraud was uncovered, the SEC was asleep at the wheel, a decade later it seems it is not only the SEC, but the DOJ, the FDA... want more evidence that the system is broken? When the guys supposed to police it can’t even follow the homework handed to them on a silver plate.... How much different is the US from Russia really? The only difference is that in the US corruption is legal (lobbying), the modus operandi might be a bit different (less bloody in the west but equally crooked) but the wild west is not so different from the wild east.... The consequences of this greed are in the first innings sadly, populism, increased tax rates and a huge shift to the left in years to come.
  • VG
    Vincenzo G.
    5 February 2019 @ 09:56
    Update on my request to delist MIMEDX GROUP INC. from Frankfurt and Berlin stock exchanges: - Berlin suspended trading as of today, confirmed by Dieter Weigl (Head of Market Surveillance for Berlin Boerse) - No feedback so far from Frankfurt I will try to put a bit of peer pressure on Frankfurt today @Marc C.: I understand the psychological and physical stress required to unfold such frauds, especially when the company can leverage a strong network of corruptible people in power positions. And I understand your desire to "retire" when you are done with MDXG, but I hope you will still notify the public and provide suggestions when you see such frauds in the future to give the possibility to other honest people and other independent short sellers to take the charge in these battles. And I hope you will continue to inspire new generations as you did at Harvard. Your experience and your moral attitude are assets that can create return for the society for a long time and it would be a pity to lose them.
    • VG
      Vincenzo G.
      5 February 2019 @ 10:42
      Confirmation of suspension from Frankfurt received as well. Here official communication: http://www.xetra.com/xetra-en/newsroom/xetra-newsboard/MXE--AUSSETZUNG-SUSPENSION/3587434
    • MC
      Marc C. | Contributor
      9 February 2019 @ 01:21
      I will still have the occasional Periscope ... “Retire” is a moving target
  • SS
    Sean S.
    5 February 2019 @ 05:49
    Hardcore
  • MT
    Mark T.
    5 February 2019 @ 00:12
    Real Vision ... use this for marketing. Give a piece to Mr Cohodes (aka cojones)
  • SS
    Sam S.
    4 February 2019 @ 22:00
    I'd bet most of the RV TV subscribers have a few stock symbols they'd like to present to Marc Cohodes hoping for his attention and investigation. Last Administration preached "change", we got it alright and it sucks! So much regulation and NO enforcement across the entire landscape. Politicians exempt for the laws we have to adhere to is the perfect storm for fraud. No wonder the Deep State wants Trump out----they're scared to death of exposure. Three things can't be hidden forever---the Sun, the Moon and the Truth. Greatest trick the Devil ever pulled, was convincing everyone he doesn't exist. Government Agencies are a feel good, we got your back bunch of shite, rigging the American confidence game. Hell, even the NFL playoff games appeared to be handing out some dirty business. Love the amazing comments herein, Grant's quiet all ears demeanor while Mr. Cohodes spoke and the depth of discussion. Can't wait to hear more. Just Terrific!
  • SJ
    Steven J.
    4 February 2019 @ 20:38
    Marc - Amazing Job! Thank you for your tireless pursuit of the truth - even at great personal risk. We need more people to take a stand against wrongs and injustice. Question - where were the auditors on this? Did you have any interaction with the Company's financial statement auditors as to why none of this was discovered through their annual audit work?
    • MC
      Marc C. | Contributor
      9 February 2019 @ 01:23
      I wrote them letters and sent them constant emails... At the end of the day the Auditors walked and raised every Red Flag you can think of.. Bravo to them..
  • SP
    Sat P.
    4 February 2019 @ 09:45
    It's great that there are still good people like this in this world but unfortunately, we are living in an era where they are outnumbered by the corrupt
  • CR
    Chris R.
    4 February 2019 @ 06:24
    What a time to be alive! One man living in a village with an internet connection is taking down a billion dollar company.
  • GH
    Gary H.
    4 February 2019 @ 02:13
    Mark is a true American hero and has exposed how corrupt and incompetent our government and its agencies have become. I can only hope that this video is distributed widely within government and shame is heaped upon the unresponsive parties involved.
  • GO
    Gary O.
    3 February 2019 @ 22:57
    Mark, it would be a guarantee that the "authorities" are spying on you. If you have not already, you can try looking at Signal. It is a encrypted text messaging platform endorsed by Edward Snowden. (it must be a little good!) I hope to read about the "End of the MDXG Game" in the news soon! The longest and the greatest interview on Real Vision yet! Thank you Mark and Grant!
    • RE
      Renato E.
      4 February 2019 @ 01:58
      To make it at least as hard as possible for the "bad guys" to infect a computer/smartphone with spyware, use a system that you can reset every single time after you opened a document or an URL. That system ideally runs on top of another OS, e.g. VirtualBox installed on a Linux system (Host OS) that runs Windows inside VirtualBox (the guest OS). VirtualBox is a readily available sandbox solution for Windows, Linux and macOS. You can then create a so-called Snapshot of the guest operation system with VirtualBox, work with the downloaded files inside the guest OS, copy the contents to a normal text editor, move that text file to the Host OS (or print it) and afterwards reset the state of the guest OS to the original, clean state. It is of course possible to exploit a vulnerability inside VirtualBox and escape the sandbox, allowing the execution of arbitrary code on the underlying Host OS. But if you choose a different Host OS than the guest OS, it becomes harder for the attackers. Additionally, use that system only for that particular case, separate it from any other system in the internal network (use a separate, stand alone printer for that system) and make sure that it is located in a room where nothing important is being discussed. Don't use thump drives between secure and insecure systems and only use websites over SSL (HTTPS://). Don't forget: If you store or receive the files via cloud services, the "authorities" already have them. If you want a ball park figure for an undisclosed vulnerability that can be used to infect a computer system or smartphone, here is a price list of a vulnerability broker that sells these vulnerabilities to "authorities": https://zerodium.com/images/zerodium_prices.png https://zerodium.com/images/zerodium_prices_mobiles.png Hope some of it helps.
    • MT
      Mark T.
      4 February 2019 @ 23:03
      I use Signal. Great app. I also vouch for Protonmail. Encrypt your phone, tablet and PC. Any encryption is better than none, encryption works. Power down your phone & tablet before approaching any security checkpoints.
    • RE
      Renato E.
      5 February 2019 @ 04:03
      @Mark: I fully agree that any encryption is better than none, but make no mistake: Attackers with limited resources don't attack the strongest link in the chain, they rather go after your devices. By infecting a computer or smartphone with malicious code, they couldn't care less about strong encryption. As soon as you open that encrypted e-mail, file or blueprint on your device, they make screenshots or record what is being discussed in the meeting. That's the reason why the black market focuses more on security vulnerabilities in applications and operating systems rather than on bugs in encryption implementations. It is way cheaper. Therefore it is paramount to keep your devices secure too, but there will always be exploitable vulnerabilities. So at least make it as hard as possible for the bad guys. They have to bring their A-game as well.
  • TR
    Thomas R.
    3 February 2019 @ 22:33
    Hero
  • MM
    Mike M.
    3 February 2019 @ 22:01
    Very good, tip of the iceberg ie, Theranos.
  • RK
    Robert K.
    3 February 2019 @ 19:17
    Two things rise to the top; cream and scum. Marc your perseverance and the purity of your moral compass are a real inspiration to many of us working in finance. Thank you for your work.
  • RE
    Renato E.
    3 February 2019 @ 18:06
    Side note to the mentioning of documents/information received via Twitter/E-Mail around 0:58:50: With that much fraud and misuse of power involved, be very careful with these e-mail attachments or web links that you receive from unknown *and* known sources. I wouldn't be surprised if someone already tried to infect your systems with spyware. A few recommendations: - Don't trust your favorite antivirus software to pick up such attacks - not going to happen. - Update all your systems and the most attacked applications such as IE, Firefox, Adobe Flash, Java, Adobe Reader etc. - If you use Windows as the client OS, make sure it is Windows 10. - In Windows 10, enable all the sub settings under "Exploit Protection" for each client application manually. - If you use Windows OS, install Microsoft's "Process Explorer" and enable the scanning of all running processes with Virustotal.com (see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnPtuTbqzd4 for an explaination). - If you use macOS, a tool named LittleSnitch might help you to identify suspicious Internet connections. - Don't open any MS Office Files that have Macro contents (you could submit suspicious files to one of the many readily available sandbox systems like Virustotal.com, hybrid-analysis.com or www.joesandbox.com. They can identify if a file tries to load and execute additional code, but be careful, the files are shared within the security community and sometimes cyber criminals as well). - Check suspicious URLs with the mentioned sandbox / security scanning engines above. - Ideally, open all files or URLs from unknown sources inside a sand-boxed system, e.g. a Windows OS running inside VirtualBox, VMWare etc. or from a separated system with no access to the other systems in the network - including the printer! - Let a cyber security specialist check your systems and network for malicious activity. This site contains additional information: https://www.welivesecurity.com/2017/11/21/cybersecurity-journalists-news-medi/ This might sound like something out of a James Bond movie, but these kind of attacks are relatively cheap, very successful and with a low probability of getting caught.
    • RP
      Raoul P. | Founder
      3 February 2019 @ 21:40
      This is why I love our Real Vision community!
    • NC
      N C.
      4 February 2019 @ 22:18
      Just awesome. RV providers AND subscribers are the best. Thank you.
    • VG
      Vincenzo G.
      5 February 2019 @ 10:30
      I would add to use a separate laptop to browse the internet with one or more ad hoc email accounts created for specific purpose only and without ever ever log in to a personal account from that laptop or store personal files in that laptop. If the laptop get infected they can't get to your personal staff and you can wipe it out and start from scratch again without incurring the pain to do it on your own personal laptop And in general on every laptop personal or not, I would suggest to block as many website tracking and redirects as possible from host file. This is a good start: someonewhocares.org/hosts/, you just need to copy paste it in your host file (here some instruction: https://www.siteground.com/kb/how_to_use_the_hosts_file/) Closing, if someone wants to get very sophysticated with privacy you may want to read "The Art of Invisibility" of Kevin Mitnick for a good overview on all topics related to your pesonal privacy
  • BD
    Bruce D.
    3 February 2019 @ 17:16
    THIS MUST BE RELEASED to the public! There are times when NAMES must be NAMED, and shamed in the public eye. We have watched our once great, proud nation be corrupted by Government officials, and Corporate leaders, Attorneys, Bankers, Lobbyists, etc......Marc would not use anyone’s name unless he was confident that they are dirty, and deserved of the punishment that is coming their way. THANK YOU MARC for naming them! We have incentivized disgusting behavior for too long, and it’s time for responsible individuals to be put in JAIL, where they belong! As Charlie Munger has said....show me the incentive, and I’ll show you the crime. I am confident that the majority of workers in the FBI, DOJ, VA, SEC are decent humans......but the Leadership of each of our institutions are dirty as hell, and the system needs to be purged. The only way to change the system is to punish those involved......SENATORS INCLUDED! There are many government leaders, past and present, that deserve to wear orange jumpsuits. Marc, you have the resolve of a pit bull, and I couldn’t be more proud of the fight you have undertaken....and for those that can’t handle the truth, the hell with them. There is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come....and its time again to remind ourselves that right and wrong is not an opinion. It’s black and white. I stand for INTEGRITY, and I stand with you in this battle of right vs wrong. Stay strong, and don’t let go of these bastards! As a FA/RIA for almost 30 years, I would be proud if you were in charge of the SEC, and I would welcome you as my new boss. Milton, thank you for having the guts to publish this masterpiece.......the MSM is too corrupt and weak to publish anything this important. BRAVO!
    • MC
      Marc C. | Contributor
      3 February 2019 @ 21:44
      Lets get it out there.. I am more than game and its just the Tip of The Iceberg. Thanks for the kind Thoughts
  • rt
    remi t. | Founder
    3 February 2019 @ 15:19
    That is really a masterpiece...Grant you are the man!
  • sm
    stephane m.
    3 February 2019 @ 14:02
    Great interview!! I'm just wondering if Marc is still short Badger Daylighting (BAD-T)?!?!?!?
    • MC
      Marc C. | Contributor
      3 February 2019 @ 17:00
      Yes Indeed
  • MZ
    Martin Z.
    3 February 2019 @ 07:56
    Another inspiring, informative, and important interview by the best man in the biz, Grant Williams. The story about the two goons inviting themselves into to Marc's farmhouse was riveting. The only thing I wondered is why he and his wife didn't immediately call the FBI. (Oh, wait...)
  • cr
    connor r.
    3 February 2019 @ 05:42
    who would of thought the government was corrupt
  • CA
    Craig A.
    3 February 2019 @ 04:49
    After the next cycle downturn and all the mal investment are exposed, from the monetary easy money policy ( Credit crunch). Which will come again one day. Play this Masterpiece of a interview again and I think Marcs chances of becoming the head of the SEC are going to be a helluva lot higher than .0000003% Thank you Marc and your family for all you do!!! You are a good and brave man.
  • CA
    Craig A.
    3 February 2019 @ 04:24
    Marc Cohode for the People
  • ml
    michael l.
    3 February 2019 @ 03:03
    This video was great. RealVision should put this video on a thumb drive and send to the Senate and House Ethics Committees and the FBI Director. The good senator from GA needs to go, and the FBI agents who visited Mark's house need to be fired for cause. Better yet, this needs a wider audience. Maybe reach out to ABC (20/20) or NBC (Dateline) and edit this down to a 60 minute show. That would increase the pressure on the current management that is running this fraud, and will also raise the pressure on the FDA, FBI, SEC to do their jobs.
  • SF
    Stuart F.
    3 February 2019 @ 02:55
    Wall Street's Batman. Marc for SEC Chairman!
  • VS
    Victor S. | Contributor
    3 February 2019 @ 01:59
    Marc is the JOHN WICK of research analysis. The best interview Of real vision tv. Also Marc said upon a comment from his friend billy why not cover and move on and Marc said its not about the stock it’s “about finishing it’. Those are the words said by John Wick in the second movie of the 2part series.after he shorts the double crosser in the head “i finished it.” Marc watch the movies your in good company. Victor S .
    • MC
      Marc C. | Contributor
      3 February 2019 @ 02:22
      Thank You... Makes me smile... I started the game, i plan on finishing the game and that will be that..
  • LK
    Lisa K.
    3 February 2019 @ 01:31
    Wow! Incredible story! So sad that govt regulators can't do their jobs. This is only going to make buyers beware for all stocks. Not to mention tarnish American stock market reputation. I think Marc should start teaching via video recording his analysis on this. Just go thru the documents page by page on his website. We all need to learn how he does his "smell" test. Even if this is his last rodeo, he has inspired others to pick up the baton. Video lives forever in this Internet age. Thanks for all your hard work Marc! and Grant for giving us the attention on this.
  • NI
    Nate I.
    2 February 2019 @ 23:33
    Another masterpiece Grant! Spectacular interview! 149 minutes went by like 149 seconds. This interview was very special to me because I am both an investor and a former regulatory investigator (State - not Federal). People often ask, how can these agencies (SEC, FDA, VA, et al) ignore such blatant misconduct? The answer wasn't clear to me until I worked for State government. These so-called consumer protection agencies are typically funded (translation: controlled) by the entities they regulate through license fees, fines, transaction fees, membership fees, etc. Any substantive enforcement is immediately met with industry cries to the politicians who appoint the agency heads (who in turn hire the staffers). It is precisely the formula for the disaster we have. If these agencies are to be anything more than industry lapdogs, they need significant independence both financially and politically (more akin to the judiciary). This situation with Marc Cohodes, MiMedx, and the SEC/VA/FDA/FBI etc. should be used as the poster child to justify completely upending regulatory oversight in the US at both the State and Federal level. I left my job with the State and returned to the private sector because it was obvious to me after several years that I was pissing in the wind. I referred case after case after case for prosecution just to see an endless stream of paltry fines and wrist slaps. Even in the most egregious cases, it was rare to see anything done that might result in political ire or that might impair the stream of fees that funded the agency. MiMedx is just one of thousands of examples that could be compiled and used to justify fixing this nonsense (there is an investigative piece for RV). I would love to see Marc as the head of SEC Enforcement, but I can tell you that by itself it would not be enough. The problem is far more systemic and large than one person. I would just say to anyone who watched this interview - if you think MiMedx is an isolated case, it's not. It's the norm and not the exception. Thankfully we have short sellers like Marc policing the markets because the government agencies certainly won't. Look no further than the TSLA $420 tweet. How can something that blatant not result in criminal prosecution, yet it doesn't. Thanks again RV for doing this piece.
    • MC
      Marc C. | Contributor
      3 February 2019 @ 02:24
      Got to lay one brick at a time and hopefully some folks wake up so we can get 1 in a Row....
    • EW
      Evan W.
      5 February 2019 @ 17:13
      "People often ask, how can these agencies (SEC, FDA, VA, et al) ignore such blatant misconduct? The answer wasn't clear to me until I worked for State government." I think another major contributor is lack of funding and Congressional appropriations. If Congress says you can't spend money to investigate X, the Agencies can't investigate it. I also think the regulatory agencies are set up to regulate based on the assumption that industry participants are trying to be in compliance. Cases of fraud go undetected because Agencies don't assume fraud to be the base case.
    • NI
      Nate I.
      7 February 2019 @ 01:31
      @ Evan W. There was certainly a funding problem at my agency, but the far bigger problem was the type of cronyism that Marc Cohodes encountered. Yes, we needed more people, but we could have hired an army and it wouldn't have mattered because one phone call to a politician was about all that was required to file an investigation with plenty of evidence of wrongdoing in the wrist slap file. This typically happened with the attorneys who could be fired at will by the agency heads beholden to the politicians (hence my comment about the desperate need for autonomy). I believe the rampant cronyism that has infected most parts of government is the reason why someone like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez or Bernie Sanders can be elected. Their ideas are very dangerous and gaining popularity. The elites need to clean-up their mess while they still can. The only thing worse than crony capitalism is crony socialism, but it's coming as sure as the sun will rise if the elites refuse to knock this crap off and clean-up their mess.
  • RG
    Robert G.
    2 February 2019 @ 20:23
    Marc: Awe inspiring. RV: The bar has been raised. Grant: Great fucking work!
  • JL
    Jack L.
    2 February 2019 @ 19:33
    Please write that book !
  • JF
    Joseph F.
    2 February 2019 @ 17:37
    That was fucking A inspiring Marc...thank you for sharing!!!
  • it
    ian t.
    2 February 2019 @ 16:45
    In my experience few individuals put principle ahead of self interest.Marc is one of these rare individuals. For what it's worth, he's one of my heroes.
  • BM
    Beth M.
    2 February 2019 @ 16:44
    Wow...if the so called "Trump Collusion" story, which is completely fake, aka the fake dossier that was assembled by the Clinton organiztion and perpetrated by a corrupt DOJ & FBI to take down Pres. Trump doesn't make your blood boil then Marc's episode absolutely will. God bless you Marc. May God's speed and wisdom be with you Marc as darkness is turned into LIGHT before you! (Isaiah 42:16)
    • BM
      Beth M.
      3 February 2019 @ 18:31
      I'm honored by the "controversial tag" ... the truth will always be "warred" against! (And if my memory serves me correctly that is what Raoul and Grant are in pursuit of ! Right?!
  • DC
    Dale C.
    2 February 2019 @ 14:45
    Can't wait to see the movie. I can taste the popcorn. God bless you Mark for what you have accomplished.
  • KS
    K S.
    2 February 2019 @ 14:40
    I find this inspirational but sad. Sad that a person like Marc (& his family) have to go through this by themselves. Sad that people comment with a thank you or with an "I hope you get them". No, if one truly believes in what Marc is doing one should offer their time and voice. So Marc, while thanking you for the work you are doing, I offer my time to help you in whichever way I can.
  • FC
    Fractal C.
    2 February 2019 @ 12:55
    This is a great conversation. But, this is not about investing. There are so many emotions in this story - investing is supposed to be devoid of emotions. Besides, I just can't imagine getting all wrapped up in one company for whatever reasons. This is a story about social good and activism.
    • BF
      Bill F.
      2 February 2019 @ 16:32
      i think you missed the point-it is about abusive of power and the lack of enforcement on the part of supervising agencies....which matters to more or less everyone, to some degree, eventually.
    • FC
      Fractal C.
      2 February 2019 @ 21:22
      I hear you. One has to decide who one is: I believe most companies have some kind of soft fraud going on. I am not the one to get into this to figure out the enforcement and politics of this.
    • WM
      Will M.
      3 February 2019 @ 18:44
      Sorry Fractal, I disagree this is not about investing. I think its an great example of how investors can get duped. Folks trying to expose the issue getting intimidated by government employees. This is all for the better good of we investors?
    • MT
      Mark T.
      4 February 2019 @ 23:18
      You cannot invest well or responsibly if you don't understand the financial system and it's governance. This has everything to do with investing - especially if you are investing other peoples money. Corporate usurpation of government and deliberate cheating of shareholders is an on-going problem and is at the root of financial crises. I believe that understanding the macro, micro and local/individual frameworks (in that order) forms the best decision making process. This falls squarely within the macro and micro envelopes.
  • NG
    Nick G.
    2 February 2019 @ 12:35
    Full disclosure: I have been following Marc on Twitter since 2016 and have been short MDXG since early 2018. I thank Marc for making me money. Fascinating story. Marc is a very interesting character. Will be a book and a movie one day. Great. Here is what troubles me: not Marc and what he has said and done. I am NOT talking about the stock price here. He is a private individual and has the right to say whatever he wants. I am sure he is 100% honest. If he is wrong, he will answer for it. I have no reason to believe he is wrong. Quite the opposite. RealVision bothers me. You have crossed a line. Very publicly and you seem proud of it: you have named names. From a US Senator on down. That you named Isakson bothers me not at all. He is a very big beast and he can take care of himself. But you named a whole load of people all the way down to a lowly secretary. And tarnished them. Did you ask them to comment before you published? These people are effectively defenseless. In a digital age when allegations will remain unchallenged on a search engine forever, that is pretty much unforgivable. And there was absolutely no need not to edit those names out. It would have detracted nothing from the plot or the story. In conclusion: the story is great, needed to be told but you need to introduce some robust editorial policies now that you seem to have decided to go from discussing financial matters to involving individuals and their alleged behavior in your videos.
    • MC
      Matthew C.
      3 February 2019 @ 06:16
      You mean the lowly secretary that created a twitter account to bait Marc and knew about the Fed visit before anyone else knew about it ? The whole point Marc makes, is that if you are complicit in these frauds then expect to be treated the same way as everyone else.
    • NG
      Nick G.
      3 February 2019 @ 12:01
      You completely miss my point. I am sure a lowly secretary gives a shit about Marc and his battle (this is called sarcasm). Loads of possibilities: Marc could be lying (no reason to think so, but it is possible), she could have been forced to do it to feed her kids, it could not have been her at all but someone misusing her identity. And that is the point: you don't know, I don't know, no one "knows"! That is why you always should ask for comment from the other party before publishing something like this. Just like Marc rightly complains about receiving a visit from the FBI for no legal reason that anyone can see, so she should not be subject to harassment without proof or an opportunity to state her case. While we were discussing charts and how far TLT would or would not go, RealVision did not need journalistic editorial standards. Now it does.
  • TS
    Tamás S.
    2 February 2019 @ 11:15
    This is exactly why I'm willing to pay for RV. Great job RV and thank you Mr. Cohodes for what you do.
  • sl
    simion l.
    2 February 2019 @ 11:08
    Respect!
  • CR
    Cristian R.
    2 February 2019 @ 10:10
    Looking forward to the movie. You are a hero.
  • BT
    Brian T.
    2 February 2019 @ 08:27
    Marc, Consider a fund where the returns go to charities where you and Aurora would love to support? Eliminate fraud, support the good, promote the great.
  • JH
    Joel H.
    2 February 2019 @ 08:20
    Marc should be extremely proud of the work he has done, I think so much of this guy. RV should be very proud for bringing this to us. Just amazing work all around. Thank you so much!
  • SD
    Sanket D.
    2 February 2019 @ 07:48
    this is great. Micro can be greater than the macro...important to distinguish
  • BT
    Brian T.
    2 February 2019 @ 07:40
    Thanks Grant, another great interview! Marc, Well done. Keep going, don't settle.
  • GO
    Glenn O.
    2 February 2019 @ 07:25
    I wonder after watching this extraordinary interview what the 23 people who have given a thumbs down could possibly be thinking. I will have to watch this more than once. Well done real vision Glenn
    • BH
      Brian H.
      3 February 2019 @ 12:38
      They are likely MiMedx insiders trying to paint the tape.
  • HH
    HODL H.
    2 February 2019 @ 06:02
    U have inspired me mark, thank you so much
  • JA
    John A.
    2 February 2019 @ 05:30
    I could not stop watching this. Thought id have a cup of coffee...3 cups later its lunch time. BOOM! RV, Grant, MARC, this is ASTOUNDING. If Marc decides to teach classes, he can count me as an early enrollee.
  • EN
    Eric N.
    2 February 2019 @ 05:12
    What an interview, person and role in the market, thank you so much for sharing your story once more, Marc, it was fascinating, intriguing and inspiring. What the FBI did, and the silence of other regulators on the matter however I find utterly shameful.
  • JB
    Joey B.
    2 February 2019 @ 04:45
    This is not just about financial markets, this is about freedom of speech in general, couched in the language of a financial drama. Truth to Power!
  • TR
    Travis R.
    2 February 2019 @ 04:12
    Would love to hear more about Overstock (OSTK). RV and MC please just a little more!
  • GH
    Gary H.
    2 February 2019 @ 04:11
    Looking forward to applying for a job at the SEC once Marc’s in charge
  • IC
    Ibrahim C.
    2 February 2019 @ 03:44
    Marc is a great model of an investor having all the most 3 important characteristics according to my opinion; firstly Integrity, secondly Intelligence and finally Energy. All of them are sine qua non. I do not think anybody could gain or demonstrate these characteristics in their full life when their motivation is fueled by greed and getting the numbers right whatever it takes. I respect him a lot and thanks to RV for contributing to my investing life in such an incredible manner.
  • MZ
    Matthew Z.
    2 February 2019 @ 03:38
    Marc- just wanted to say thank you for this. Multiple times you stated that (for lack of a better term) you’re a little fucked up. I’d say you have a gift. And I want to thank you for sharing that gift with us.
  • NS
    Nicky S.
    2 February 2019 @ 03:27
    Marc, you are a true warrior sir and much has been said about the debt that is owed to you for your tireless efforts to pursue truth. I absolutely agree with that sentiment but also want to recognize the courage of your wife and son. Wow, what a family!!
  • RQ
    Randy Q.
    2 February 2019 @ 03:27
    Well done. I hope that after Marc has the prison party he takes some well deserved time off. Then I would love to see him teach and train the next generation. It still amazes me that with all the technology and resources that are out there that very few people have the brains and guts to point them out and stick with it. I have enjoyed watching the journey.
  • JN
    Jill N.
    2 February 2019 @ 03:22
    Brilliant Grant , yet again. Hope that this outstanding interview will publicly force all the named Government agencies & departments to act. Thank you Marc for standing up , for going way above & beyond and due recognition is bestowed on you. Looking forward to the movie. #Marc Cohodes should be a lesson not only for the USA but to other corrupt & ‘turning a blind-eye’ government agencies around the world including many Western countries.
  • KF
    Kyle F.
    2 February 2019 @ 02:28
    Well done...well done indeed. Marc is a machine.
  • BP
    Bill P.
    2 February 2019 @ 01:13
    Great work by real vision to bring such a quality story and person for viewing
  • BS
    Bill S.
    2 February 2019 @ 00:50
    Welcome to the world of business and political influence. Disconcerting a US Senator is this involved, but not surprising. The US Government is a revolving door for big business...just look at Herr Trump's billionaire appointees who for the most part are insensitive to main street and Government Employees. Congress/Government is nothing more than a good ole boy system...so no surprise that the FDA's, SEC's etc ignore valid evidence of fraud. It is the capitalist system of greed and win at all costs. Real Q...is this just the tip of the iceberg that is conveniently overlooked because of good ole boy politics and influence. It is clearly evident that MC took a major personal hit and he is a rare breed to see it through to the end. It's a matter of principle which the good ole boys have none to pass around. Waiting on the prison party to be announced.
  • JC
    Joe C.
    2 February 2019 @ 00:48
    Loved every minute of this. The most disturbing anecdote was when Marc said “If I came back as someone different, I would just bribe politicians.” It’s horrifying to hear this from someone like Marc and speaks volumes to just how effective—and pervasive—Washington corruption probably is. Don’t let Isakson off the hook, Marc. Not until “MiMedx Scandal” has its own section on his Wikipedia page. These people don’t deserve a legacy.
    • MC
      Marc C. | Contributor
      2 February 2019 @ 01:55
      You know I will not stop... Isakson needs to resign or end up in a Cage with Parker
  • LJ
    Liam J.
    2 February 2019 @ 00:18
    I would honestly love to have a look in research from a guy like him. it really fascinates me and i would love to see how he does it. this interview is amazing.
  • DS
    David S.
    1 February 2019 @ 22:32
    Excellent is insufficient to describe the two Cohodes interviews. Marc Cohodes is authentic and one of a kind. What makes me very happy is the apparent love and support Aurora, Max and Marc give to each other. In addition, Mark has and cares for many friends. It is unusual for someone with such drive and determination to also be a great human being. All the best to the Cohodes family. DLS
  • EW
    Evan W.
    1 February 2019 @ 22:23
    I searched the FDA inspection database (https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/inspsearch/results.cfm) and all I see are NAI and VAI (voluntary action indicated) inspection results. Their most recent inspection, 9/26/18, was NAI (no action indicated). I haven't found the 483 yet, but I can't imagine the findings were earth shatteringly bad since MiMedx did not receive an OAI (official action indicated). As far as I am aware, if a company gets a VAI, they are not required to respond to the 483 within 15 days.
    • MC
      Marc C. | Contributor
      1 February 2019 @ 23:13
      I will do a Periscope and present Evidence of This Criminal Cover Up..
    • EW
      Evan W.
      1 February 2019 @ 23:57
      Thanks! Its not that I doubt your evidence as much as I was trying to figure out why the FDA wouldn't be more aggressive. If they did an inspection on 9/16/18 that was NAI, maybe they followed up on your evidence but the issues had been resolved (or temporarily hidden).
    • EW
      Evan W.
      2 February 2019 @ 00:02
      I just finished Bad Blood, and the FDA came down hard on Theranos (who had a well connected board and aggressive lawyer).
    • JO
      Johnny O.
      2 February 2019 @ 09:35
      There is plenty of evidence and many stories of the FDA being captured by the drug companies and food lobbies. Ditto the CDC. The FDA didn't act on Theranos until a journo had done all the hard work and been through hell to expose it and it was undeniable. Still Blondie has got off lightly, and her distinguished board has walked away even more shamelessly than Jon Corzine did. Similarly the SEC was handed the Madoff fraud on a plate, repeatedly, and did nothing. Instead of dissolving these captured regulators, Congress concludes they need more money, which they use to hire more of the industry people they should be nailing.
    • im
      ian m.
      3 February 2019 @ 17:06
      It is my belief that the only reason they came down on Theranos is because a Walton and I think some other 1%'ers had invested in it. Lesson there is 'justice' only happens if a 1%'er is harmed, otherwise, piss on the rest of us.
  • RH
    Rick H.
    1 February 2019 @ 21:47
    Wow, I’ve tried to follow as it plays out, but this was very enlightening. I had no idea how deep this went. Amazing these shares are still approved for public consumption. Marc you are truly a Hero. The world needs more men who will do what’s right, even when faced with difficult odds, for the good of more than just themselves. Way to set the example. I don’t know how you walk around that farm with balls as big as yours.
  • DT
    Delvix T.
    1 February 2019 @ 21:38
    This absolutely needs to be made free as a matter of public service. Under the assumption that this is all true, I am quite frankly disgusted, though no longer surprised, that something this big could be going on and is covered. PP & Co are one thing, they're just particularly egregious conmen ultimately, and will be remembered as such. The impunity which they appear to enjoy, and the inertia of the administrations which are charged with protecting the population, on the other hand, does make one wonder, have things really become that rotten? If so, how high does this actually go? Marc, thank you very much for exposing this. Your close ones also deserve our heartfelt thanks.
  • TE
    Tito E.
    1 February 2019 @ 21:31
    Cohodes you are a pitbull. Respect.
  • DF
    David F.
    1 February 2019 @ 21:25
    Marc, If the SEC Chairman spot isn't available, you can always move up to BananaCanada. Here, the regulation infrastructure is even more prone to manipulative and deceptive behavior. Each province and territory has its own regulatory body, which means 13 regulatory bodies with no money and few people at the whim of local political power. I would suggest BC for a start
    • MC
      Marc C. | Contributor
      1 February 2019 @ 23:14
      Everyt(me I fly to Toronto they detain and question me for 30-45 minutes... they like me in Vancouver though
  • PL
    Peter L.
    1 February 2019 @ 21:24
    The world needs more people like Marc.
  • VG
    Vincenzo G.
    1 February 2019 @ 21:23
    I see MIMEDX GROUP INC. is still traded on Frankfurt and Berlin Stock Exchanges, I wrote them to delist it asap and forwaded the email to the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority
  • DB
    David B.
    1 February 2019 @ 21:13
    This is so important and I really hope Marc's message gets out so that others can follow his example. While democracies are built on the rule of law, they can not operate without leaders of high character and ethics. As Marc illustrates many times over, laws can be ignored and twisted too easily. Business and political leaders must cling to higher standards and require that their colleagues do the same. Marc, with Real Vision's help, is shining light on the disgusting practice of cronyism that infects and can ultimately destroy capitalism (to the delight of socialists everywhere).
  • LB
    Louis B.
    1 February 2019 @ 20:36
    Marc should start a school.
  • SS
    Steve S.
    1 February 2019 @ 20:09
    The two FBI agents threatening Marc in his own home is absolutely disgraceful and they should be arrested and charged. I thought the FBI was meant to serve the American people and not be slaves of corrupt businessmen/senators. No wonder there is such a backlash towards the wealthy and politicians.
    • DS
      David S.
      1 February 2019 @ 22:11
      IMO the blame lies squarely with the senator, small s intended. The Senate needs to open an investigation of the senator and the FBI’s involvement. If the Senate is afraid of the outcome, the House can investigate the misuse of the FBI. No one is off the hook. DLS
    • AZ
      Angelo Z.
      2 February 2019 @ 00:35
      The FBI has proven over the last several years that they are an instrument of political brutality. I suspect this has been the case for decades, however most victims of their abuses have no recourse and the events fade from view.
    • JO
      Johnny O.
      2 February 2019 @ 09:19
      "End The Fed" has an alternative and more urgent meaning. (We can get to the Federal Reserve later.) The Federal Bureau of Intimidation has long ago become a corrupt political police force. And Christopher Wray has proven entirely useless at cleaning house. It seems no one goes to jail.
  • DF
    Diamantino F.
    1 February 2019 @ 19:55
    Inspiring, Marc Cohodes thank you and Grant great work as always ...
  • MB
    Matthias B.
    1 February 2019 @ 19:46
    serious question: why would someone down vote this? would be curious to understand
    • JM
      Jim M.
      1 February 2019 @ 20:17
      See the MDXG boards on StockTwits, Yahoo, etc.
    • MC
      Marc C. | Contributor
      1 February 2019 @ 21:01
      The work for Mimedx, Senator Isakson or The FBI
    • JM
      Jim M.
      1 February 2019 @ 22:09
      Paid per post and in shares - that's why they're such "hard workers."
  • LT
    Lucas T.
    1 February 2019 @ 19:43
    What a Legend. Marc is a patriot, a God fearing man, and a perfect archetypal anti-hero. His honesty is polarizing; hated by the evil, loved by the righteous. If real vision continues with this quality, I will stay subbed for life.
  • PS
    Pascal S.
    1 February 2019 @ 19:41
    Amazing interview. Keep up the great work RV. Marc Cohodes, thank you for sharing and for fighting the good fight.
  • MR
    Mark R.
    1 February 2019 @ 19:29
    Wow is about all I can say. I love the level of candor and emotion. I can only hope we'd be so lucky to have Marc teach, interview, write or do any number of the things he said he'd consider. This is also a potential blockbuster film waiting in the wings...I can see the final montage of people like crooked politicians and FBI stooges being handcuffed while Marc is out feeding his chickens as the others have finally come home to 'roost' 4 STARS!!
    • MC
      Marc C. | Contributor
      1 February 2019 @ 21:03
      Cant wait for the Final Chapter, it will be something... I would rather pick Fruit
    • AZ
      Angelo Z.
      2 February 2019 @ 00:42
      I love the ideal of the moral crusader eviscerating the corrupt business interests of the powerful - however this is no job for a single man, or even a few, but rather for a group of focused individuals. Marc, perhaps you would consider beginning an organization that teaches people your methods, the students would then build networks within which research can be more readily facilitated, and funds can be directed where needed. The world, and America especially, needs this now more than ever. Feeling inspired.
  • TJ
    Terry J.
    1 February 2019 @ 19:09
    Marc Cohodes is an extraordinary man. Thank God for people like him and his supportive and brave wife. His experience with MiMedx is very disturbing and a sad reflection of the way the US has been going for decades in terms of corruption and cronyism ruling and destroying democracy and honesty. The SEC, the FDA, the FBI etc are almost certainly in the pocket of the elite / Mafia criminals whom are thriving at the expense of honest people. What Marc's story proves is that the DC swamp and its tentacles are so powerful, a rare hero like Marc is not likely to bother them. As Marc says, "he can't do this any more" and no wonder when you look at the pressures he has been submitted to, by the criminals whom are determined to try and deter him from exposing this crooked company, and bringing it down as it deserves. Anyone who has read Daniel Hopsicker's book, "Barry & the boys", exposing the disturbing link since the second world war between the CIA, the mafia and America's secret history, will not be surprised by the frustrations Marc has experienced, especially if the MiMedx board and their cronies are part of that ruthless crew.. What a sad world we live in and it genuinely makes me wonder what sort of world our children are inheriting! Well done Real Vision for spending so much time with Marc and ensuring viewers are aware of the dangers lurking both in the market and society.
  • TK
    Tim K.
    1 February 2019 @ 18:43
    This is outstanding!
  • JR
    Jay R.
    1 February 2019 @ 17:54
    As a recent subscriber and seeing the last interview of Marc with Grant last year, this was VERY MOVING. I live in Georgia and will tell you that Johnny Isakson and Tom Price entanglement in the corruption of MiMedx has been under the radar at least I was not aware of it in my neck of the woods. Perhaps the larger question to ask is we as a society in the US have been complicit to bribery and corruption on the grandest scales where the Central Banks are in cahoots with the politicians and the financial industry. I am by no means a conspiracy theorist but this story speaks volumes on what has given rise to the populism movement. This story needs airplay in the mainstream media such as CNN, Fox News, 60 Minutes, etc. to fully get the message out so the public can start learning the truth. Great job with your interview Grant, I really appreciate your sincerity and tact when you ask those hard hitting soul wrenching questions.
    • AZ
      Angelo Z.
      2 February 2019 @ 00:48
      One of my goals going forward is to debunk the negative connotation of 'conspiracy theorist'. The corruption in society is so vast, that to not recognize the criminal conspiracy has become detrimental to ones health. The very term 'conspiracy theorist' was developed by the CIA to dissuade people from venturing anywhere near the black hole of corruption. It has worked very well, such is the magic of words. Conspiracies are real, they exist, and in fact are paramount to the story of our world.
    • MT
      Mark T.
      4 February 2019 @ 23:35
      These are complicated situations involving multiple interconnected systems. The vast majority of the public is not able to grasp the whole interconnected mess because you must first have a basic understanding of the individual systems. Too hard. This speaks to the "Real Vision" mission - making the information available. Real Vision is certainly making a difference through the financial education process. Gotta love what Real Vision has accomplished in such a short time. Now we just need to figure out how to extend the public attention span ....
  • DF
    David F.
    1 February 2019 @ 17:49
    Imagine Marc Chairman of the SEC ... I am just dreaming about it. You want a fair market, put these guys in charge.
    • MC
      Marc C. | Contributor
      1 February 2019 @ 18:14
      Hopefully one day it Happens
  • CC
    Christopher C.
    1 February 2019 @ 17:38
    How do you come away from this not thinking US national federal law enforcement and elected officials are not being employed for partisan, corrupt purposes. If that is what you come away thinking what are the immediate follow on implications? The IRS has been politically weaponized vis-a-vis Lois Lerner et al. Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? is not a new thought, concern, or admonition.
  • M.
    Milton .. | Founder
    1 February 2019 @ 17:22
    Tomorrow at 7 PM EST Mark Cohodes and Grant Williams will be doing a live Q&A on our Youtube page. We'll also be releasing the full GWIC with Mark from 2017 for free so tell everyone you know!
    • CC
      Christopher C.
      1 February 2019 @ 17:38
      Can we get a link please? :-)
    • M.
      Milton .. | Founder
      1 February 2019 @ 18:47
      Yes, and make sure you subscribe so you'll be notified when the premiere is taking place: https://rvtv.io/2S0Fjb8
  • MF
    Michael F.
    1 February 2019 @ 17:20
    Better than the Fyre Fraud documentary on Netflix. Loved this!!!
  • MD
    Michael D.
    1 February 2019 @ 17:02
    I agree with calls to move this in front of the paywall. If only 50% of what is alleged is true this represents a public service announcement that needs to find as many eyes and ears as possible.
    • MC
      Marc C. | Contributor
      1 February 2019 @ 18:15
      100% is true, and there is even more that we didnt get to, or couldnt discuss yet..
  • JM
    Jim M.
    1 February 2019 @ 16:47
    Brass Cohodes.
    • DT
      Delvix T.
      1 February 2019 @ 22:19
      That should be Marc's new handle...
  • JR
    Jared R.
    1 February 2019 @ 16:05
    Pure quality content - we need more people like Marc in the world. Great interview, pieces like this really show the value of Real Vision.
  • JN
    Jen N.
    1 February 2019 @ 15:07
    really top notch. keep it up marc...and keep it up grant...
  • EK
    Eduard K.
    1 February 2019 @ 13:55
    I have t watched it yet because i am still at work, but i already fucking love it! Legends!!
  • RP
    Raoul P. | Founder
    1 February 2019 @ 11:43
    I thought I'd have a quick peak at this when I got up at 5am this morning... and hour and a half later and Im absolutely riveted, cant take my eyes off the screen as the story unfolds and am running late for work! Marc is just an incredible human and the battle he has taken on is audacious and incredibly worthy. Aside from the human elements, this is just incredibly meaningful and important journalism too.
    • DR
      De R.
      1 February 2019 @ 14:49
      Put this out in YouTube (public) for everyone to see
    • MH
      Marco H.
      1 February 2019 @ 15:22
      I support a public release. This could help Marc in his cause and is the least you can do to return the favor for bringing this out in the open.
    • dj
      daniel j.
      1 February 2019 @ 15:44
      RV should really consider this. The MIMEDIX case study should be public knowledge and just like Enron and etc. Maybe RV should make an new extra detailing how the fraud was perpetrated?
    • TH
      Timo H.
      1 February 2019 @ 18:37
      This need to be watched by a very large audience. Just make this public and we'll tweet this for the whole world to see.
    • TS
      Thomas S.
      1 February 2019 @ 19:49
      Or at least put out an edited shorter version to the public, where he calls out Isakson, Price, etc.
    • wm
      willem m.
      1 February 2019 @ 20:40
      Now let's do the same for the paper gold fraud ..
    • GT
      Gavin T.
      1 February 2019 @ 20:52
      Please release this to public to expose all bad actors. Hold them all accountable. Thank you Marc for your work. Truly humbling to see you do what you do.
    • JL
      James L.
      2 February 2019 @ 01:16
      Marc's stories and short selling battles have always been interesting and although the first interview with Grant was really interesting this really tops it off and had me glued to the screen as well! Everybody including the general public should see this interview...Thanks again for covering stories like these and everything else you do! ;)
    • my
      markettaker y.
      2 February 2019 @ 21:42
      Please make it public; the whole story has to be in the newspapers, on television, and the public has to know what's going on and the wrongdoers jailed.
    • JR
      Johan R.
      3 February 2019 @ 14:09
      Incredible story and very sad at the same time that private citizens has do do the work instead of the agencies.
    • GO
      Gary O.
      3 February 2019 @ 23:08
      YouTube Real Vision Exclusive would bring a LOT of attention to this MDXG travesty.
    • AL
      Andrew L.
      4 February 2019 @ 11:06
      I’m sitting on a plane, waiting for the download to complete. Maybe the first time I’m hoping for a slight delay. Can’t get enough of this guy and the story.