Tuesday, February 24, 2009


VIEW SYSTEMS INC (VSYM) (VSYM.OB) is the target of a stock spam, which says the company has a "very bullish" rating and target share price of $0.90. The VSYM stock spam arrived late in the afternoon Tuesday. VSYM closed at $0.065 a share (-18.75%) on Tuesday, therefore making the $0.90 target a very aggressive one (VSYM would have to rise by a factor of almost 14)! VSYM trading volume was 269,007 shares compared to average volume over the last three months of nearly 103,000. Over the past 52 weeks VSYM has traded between $0.02 and $1.20. At this time, PinkSheets.com does not have a warning label for View Systems (VSYM) (VSYM.OB). Details of the VSYM stock spam follow below.

Subject: "Market Movers and Shakers"
(Errors and formatting per original email)
Serious Stock Strength : VSYM.OB

Symb: VSYM.OB (Value : $0.065)
Sector: Security Software & Services
Tarrget: $0.90
Ratting: very bullish

BALTIMORE, MD--(MARKET WIRE)--Feb 18, 2009 -- View Systems, Inc. (OTC BB:VSYM.OB - News),

About View Systems, Inc. manufactures and installs weapons detection identification systems, video management
platforms and teledata communication networks targeted towards correctional facilities, schools, courthouses,
government agencies, event and sports venues, the military and commercial businesses.

I want to reiterate the solidarity between the cultures the pope said This is our duty

(Watch the pope meet officials in Ankara )
In his first official act Benedict visited the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk the
founder of modern Turkey In a guest book he wrote that Turkey is a meeting point of different religions and cultures and a bridge between Asia and Europe

Later Tuesday while addressing Turkeys diplomatic corps the pope heralded the countrys

role in the UN peacekeeping force in southern Lebanon
He also touched on the importance of religious freedom saying members of all religions
should enjoy the same rights and recognition in their home countriesOur world must come to realize that all people are linked by profound solidarity with one

another and they must be encouraged to assert their historical and cultural differences not for
the sake of confrontation but in order to foster mutual respect he said
Benedict arrived in the Turkish capital earlier Tuesday under tight securityPolice lined the highway leading to Ankara from the airport where Turkish and Vatican flags

waved in a light breeze The Associated Press said
Snipers climbed atop buildings and hilltops In wooded areas along the route soldiers
in camouflage fatigues set up observation points and sniffer dogs passed along bridges Dozens of Turks demonstrated outside the Religious Affairs Ministry about 25 miles (40 kilometers)

from the airport the AP reported More than 20000 Turks gathered Sunday in Istanbul in protest of the papal visit according to Reuters
The Turkish prime minister waited until the day before Benedicts arrival to announce that
he would make time to greet the pope before leaving for a NATO summit in LatviaBefore leaving for the airport Erdogan said he hoped Turks would be courteous and show

hospitality to the pontiff (Full story)
After meeting him Erdogan said that the pope had said that he supported Turkeys bid to
join the European Union Before becoming pope last year Benedict had said Turkeys Muslim religion meant it did not belong in the EU The German-born pontiff said his visit sought dialogue brotherhood a commitment for understanding between cultures between religions for reconciliation

Patriarch meeting

After spending Tuesday night in Ankara Benedict will visit Ephesus and Istanbul here he

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