I think this blog can be an important historical archive. Maybe I can field some questions too and write a few things if my day job allows it. I know a couple of things and people used to say I could explain complicated things in simple terms. I'll try.
As for now, I'm glad to see that some regulators and law enforcement "got it" as I thought they had and hopefully they find "Sir Allen" (when can we stop calling him "Sir"?), his inner circle and delve into his dealings. I'm pretty sure there is wide web of fraud and corruption. Please don't try to put ME on the record for it, OK? I took down the WSJ article. I don't take back a word I put there, but that wasn't me speaking, that was frustration and anger and the haunting pleas of that lady from Venezuela. I'm not like that. My wife called me out on it. I was almost thinking they were going to pin it all on the dead auditor and the press was part of the cover up. Paranoid, like Markopolous. I can relate.
I have not been swamped by Journalists. I have answered everyone who went through the appropriate channel. Those who didn't, I ignored. Thank you for the congrats...particularly those who actually READ my article. It's an honor to be called a "journalist" by people who really are...and put their cojones on the line for stuff more important than money. A Jamaican radio show wanted me on. I would have gone on...honest, but they wanted someone to talk about the investigation, and I'm just a guy who does numbers.
I've been invited to "guest-blog" at some very important blogs and I'll probably do some of that, especially at the blogs who backed me up during this thing.
The "Daily Show" hasn't called. DANG!