Reporter’s phone records were phished – Buck Revell Mentioned.

Christopher Byron

Christopher Byron

Byron’s troubles began with a column he wrote for the September 2002 issue of the business magazine Red Herring, alleging that a buyout bid for Imagis Technologies, a Vancouver-based facial-recognition software company run by former FBI chief of counterterrorism Oliver “Buck” Revell, was probably a hoax to drive up the company’s stock price on the Vancouver penny stock market.

“This isn’t a market in which value, like cream, rises to the top,” Byron wrote. “It’s a world where prices tend to go up because someone is helping them up — and just because a company has someone like Mr. Revell on board hardly makes a stock a safer investment.

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