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re: Europe drops case against Rambus
kjdsfkjdshfkdshfvc   12/10/2009 11:31:41 AM
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Soon we will see who the real villains were in this torrid tale. The memory cartel used their power, influence and deep pockets to try an kill a small innovative American business that developed a new way to talk to memory. The facts will come out in Judge Kramer's court this Jan 2010 and this jury, like all juries in the past that have presided over fair courts, will see all the facts and recognize who was wronged. And the wrongs will be many many many billions of dollars.



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