Potential Investors are more than capable of looking up the information themselves and making their own decision. Better safe than sorry.
You do not put up a counter argument that interprets thing in a different way than I have posted, You post therefore adds no value on this BB. If a court case reports a shortfall of 7M+ shares, what would you expect to happen ?
They sold the shares at around .75p and then buy back at .47p.
You buy back as soon a you have to, so that you can then say to RRL have your shares back, pay the statutory interest and our legal fees. There is no offsetting claim because we will give you back the 38M shares.
Note clause 64 which requires this to be done within 2 business days.
Your answer says it all. We have gone from a positive posting that Lind BOUGHT the shares to your latest statement "So the majority of shares purchased on Friday were probably by Lind" We have gone from a definitely to a probably. A major difference! You seem to have no shame or sense of responsibility and this is what makes you dangerous, especially to new investors. You are being shown time and time again to be a fraudster and as such I will continue to question you as much as I can just to insure the integrity of the BB
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