For Release: July 30, 1997
CFTC PREVAILS IN ACTION TO ENFORCE ADMINISTRATIVE SUBPOENAS
REQUIRING PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS AND TESTIMONY BY
JAMES COX RELATED TO BULLSEYE INDICATORS TRADING SYSTEM
WASHINGTON--The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) announced
today that on July 25, 1997, the Honorable Stanley Sporkin of the U.S.
District Court for the District of Columbia issued an Order Requiring
Obedience to Administrative Subpoenas which compels compliance with two
administrative subpoenas issued by the CFTC to James Cox of
The Order requires Cox to produce records requested by the subpoenas no
later than August 21, 1997, and to appear at the CFTC's offices in
Washington, D.C. on August 28, 1997 to provide testimony related to the
documents and to the promotion and sale of Cox's Bullseye Indicators
commodity futures trading system.
The Order arose out of an application filed with the court by the CFTC in May 1997 to compel compliance by Cox with the subpoenas issued to him.