Back to Arena: Scott writes, "I recommend you quit bashing Arena. The article you put out today is incorrect. The article suggests that people short Arena. This article is not correct. I have called Arena and let them know about your article. Plus you are only negative on this company. Are you shorting? Please don't put out negative stuff on Arena if it isn't true. If I feel you are bashing Arena and you have incorrect information in an article written again I may need to get a lawyer. I recommend you do some dd sic on Arena before you put out false information."

Responding to Scott's email would be unfair piling on, so I'll just keep my mouth shut.

George writes, "Just who is paying you to write the blatantly negative articles on Arena Pharmaceuticals? You have repeated some of the pieces ad nauseum sic time after time and often just before important news is about to arrive. My guess is your latest two, yes two at one time, a new low, is because Eisai is just about to announce a launch date for Belviq when the DEA finalise sic Schedule IV and Arena receive a landmark $65 million payment. Sorry that you will have to report back to your masters eventually that despite all your heroic rear guard actions, their shorting of Arena was totally misguided and they have lost millions."

Bob W. writes, "Just who is paying you to write the blatantly negative articles on Arena Pharmaceuticals? You have repeated some of the pieces ad nauseum sic time after time and often just before important news is about to arrive. My guess is your latest two, yes two at one time, a new low, is because Eisai is just about to announce a launch date for Belviq when the DEA finalise sic Schedule IV and Arena receive a landmark $65 million payment. Sorry that you will have to report back to your masters eventually that despite all your heroic rear guard actions, their shorting of Arena was totally misguided and they have lost millions."

Huh. George and Bob's emails are identical, even down to the misspelling of "ad nauseam" and "finalize." If I were paranoid, I'd think there was a conspiracy afoot to pump shares of Arena!

-- Reported by Adam Feuerstein in Boston.

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