Originally Posted by StoneColdTex
I believe he was involved with Chris in providing the actual software. I think they owned and sold the software services to FT.
I have worked for small startup companies... There is a big difference between a founder, and someone on the Board, or the CEO, etc... A founder is just someone that had the skills (technical or business) to launch a business. They are not necessarily someone making financial decisions for the operation of the company.
Frankly, I don't care about Andy anymore or any less than any of them.
I think the entire community of people that are owed money by FT do themselves a disservice when they shotgun blame to anyone that has ever worn a patch.
They should organize themselves, and focus attention and blame on the responsible parties. They should base all of their statements on provable fact.
But they don't. They come on here and spew. And they have done it so long that no one really gives a crap anymore. There is no more sympathy other than from others that have money sunk in FT.
The arrogance it takes to preach to people about legal approaches to this case when you can't even be bothered to read the legal documents regarding this matter is remarkable to behold. You sir are a gem. Can't wait to read more insights based on this method.