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  • Solyndra attorney Bruce Grohsgal, of the Pachulski Stang Ziehl & Jones law firm, said Mr. Heck's questioning at the initial interview "ranged far afield of the customary scope of questioning," asking about statements in a news story on the federal raid and about the customer contracts.

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  • The most likely result of a trustee appointment would be "that any prospects of maximizing value will be lost, jobs will not be reinstated, the debtors assets will be dismantled and sold piecemeal and the federal government will receive little or no recovery on account of its claims," Mr. Grohsgal wrote.

    Solyndra won't talk about its contracts →

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