Rob Feinstein: As my staff of about 4 people that day entered the merchandise side of the show we were going to our space. At that time we all saw Marty Jannety acting really strange. He kept walking in circles and acting like he was on the phone. He had no business at all being in there at this time what so ever. He was not a vendor nor did he have to do anything at that time of night. We watched him some more from our table and we knew something was wrong. He kept on watching us from around the corner and was watching us to see if we were watching him. I knew something did not add up. At that point I decided not to leave our merchandise in that room. It did not feel safe at all. I quickly called the main promoter of the event and told him what I thought was going on. We ended up loading all of our stuff into our van and saw with my own eyes Marty going to tables and taking peoples merchandise and putting them into plastic bags. At that time the promoter of the event came into the area and asked him what he was doing. He claimed he knew these guys and there were all his friends. His bags were than searched and he had merchandise from various people and tables. He was told he had to put everything back or they were going to call the police. He was then escorted out of the area and security was called in as they were at another end of the venue. I found it to be a really sad situation that he has to do this stuff and also ask fans for money to help fix his "ankle". When you have to steal hard working vendors merchandise to later sell at indy shows is just a really sad situation. I know a few people who told me on Sunday they were also missing items as well. I am not trying to bury the guy or anything but just putting it out there. I also got a call today from another promoter who also saw him taking stuff off tables as well during the actual show.