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Ripple XRP lawyer and supporter John Deaton said that targeted action is needed to get answers to violations from the SEC.
Ripple XRP lawyer and supporter John Deaton, in a long speech on Twitter, said that XRP investors need to make a big name for themselves again. Targeted action is needed to get responses to violations from the SEC:
Since Connect to Congress launched last October, over 11,000 messages have been sent to each current member of Congress … and many are responding. It works. They start to pay attention. I believe we need targeted action now to help get answers to the egregious SEC violations that we found together and which I have outlined on CryptoLaw. Alarming evidence showing serious conflicts of interest serves as a backdrop for the #XRP attack. This attack and the #ETH free pass cannot be ignored. It’s too obvious, too disturbing and can’t live on social media alone. We need real action. We have meticulously gathered evidence, scrupulously drawn media attention to this story, and now we must be scrupulous about engaging Congress. Step by step, we surround the SEC. So, the next logical step. We must push for an independent investigation by the Congressional banking committees, which we know we have some cryptocurrency friends about. It can start with friendly legislators and staff. No hearing is required yet. This is where you come in. To help, I have compiled a short message for you that will automatically appear when you visit the application now. You can sign and send it as is; edit it; or completely rewrite. The key, however, is to take targeted action, so I ask you to work with us to be heard. Continue to tell your stories as you have done before. Let your legislators know what harm the SEC’s mindless enforcement action has done to you.
Earlier, ambcrypto.com experts said that Ripple may turn its attention to Saudi Arabia as part of its future expansion.
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