Adobe reader X rendering problem

This document https://dl.dropbox.com/u/7134300/Document.pdf is signed and the /Sig objects is correcty complied but the viewer doesn't parse this fields.. other software render this fields

The signature object that is not parsed is : 937 0 obj
2012/12/7 Pat Willener <[email protected]>
   Re: Adobe reader X rendering problem  created by Pat Willener<http://forums.adobe.com/people/pwillener>in
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