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To: scion who wrote (199)5/29/2008 1:37:19 PM
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Deep Blue Marine et al v. Krajewski - OCR extract Part 3
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61. On or about March 1, 2008, Defendant Krajewski published the following statement on I-hub's Deep Blue Marine message board:

"He [Wilf Blum] can get away with it as long as the investors allow him to[] and don't take any action [to] stop it."

62. The preceding statement is false and falsely alleges unlawful and criminal conduct by Plaintiffs.

63. On or about March 1, 2008, Defendant Krajewski published the following statement on I-hub's Deep Blue Marine message board:

"Jeeper, on the contrary. These are facts. Just as the false and misleading PR's are facts. I didn't write the PR's the Company did. I didn't take the Good Morning America Producer to dive on a site that is outside DPBM's permit area, the CEO did. . . . You ask if I am making a suggestion that the CEO was trying to mislead the producers and view[er]s?? I don't think it takes a Rocket Scientist to figure that one out. Yes, the segment did mislead the viewers and producers, just like the false and misleading PR's mislead the investors."

64. The preceding statement is false and falsely alleges unlawful and criminal conduct by Plaintiffs.

65. On or about March 1, 2008, Defendant Krajewski published the following statement on I-hub' s Deep Blue Marine message board:

"Just for your information. The CEO also manipulated the Producer of Good Morning America. If you watch the segment again where they found the rusted BBQ grill and the CEO talks about the groove in the coral where a ship ran aground. That groove in the reef in very shallow water[] is right in front of Ballast Key and it is NOT in DPBM's permitted area. The CEO and everyone that was on the boat for that segment, except for the Good Morning America crew, knew that was not DPBM's permitted area. I know because I dove on that site with at least one other person that was in that segment. . . . "

66. The preceding statement is false and falsely alleges unlawful and criminal conduct by Plaintiffs.

67. On or about March 2, 2008, Defendant Krajewski published the following statement on I-hub's Deep Blue Marine message board:

"Don't try and manipulate this board by saying things that aren't true. Go back and find the post where I stated that the company spilled oil into the water. You won't find it, because I never said it. I said "if' it happened they should go after the marine surveyor that checked the boat out before they bought the boat. My guess at this point is that a Marine Survey was never done. Another Rookie mistake. Pump the stock all you want. I think the investors have a good idea who is telling the truth and who isn't. I think they are tired of the 2 year family vacation."

68. The preceding statement is false and falsely alleges unlawful and criminal conduct by Plaintiffs.

69. On or about March 3, 2008, Defendant Krajewski published the following statement on I-hub's Copper King Mining Corporation message board:

"You might want to check out the 504d stock that he gave out for CPRK. I understand that someone did an illegal distribution."

70. This statement is false.

71. On or about March 18, 2008, Defendant Krajewski published the following statement on I-hub's Deep Blue Marine message board:

"And as far as not wanting anything or a percentage for giving Wilf a wreck. Wilf lied to you again. I ask for one of the new metal detectors that Wilf was a supplier of and one of the old ones that DPBM had laying around for my son, Wilf gave up the old one and never was good at his word. When I kept calling him about the new Aqua Pulse, it was always 2 more weeks. (I think I've heard that a lot from DPBM). I never did get it."

72. The preceding statement is false.


73. On or about March 7, 2008, Defendant Krajewski published the following statement on I-hub's Deep Blue Marine message board:

"I have to totally agree with you. The contract in the DR [Dominica Republic] is a great thing for Tracey Bowden. After all he made over $350,000 of DPBM investors[`] money. In the CEO's own Words in an interview: 'The Scipion is an Historical Shipwreck and IF there is any money on it, it will be a plus.' Great deal for Tracey, doesn't seem like it's going to make any money for the investors."

74. The preceding statement discloses Deep Blue proprietary information.

75. On or about March 18, 2008, Defendant Krajewski published the following statement on I-hub's Deep Blue Marine message board:

"My problem from the beginning is that DPBM doesn't tell the truth in its PR's. People invested their money based on those false or misleading claims DPBM's PR's. That is where I have a problem. Tell the truth from the beginning and then if you don't succeed, a[t] least you can say that you tried and failed. Don't base the companies future on things that aren't true. At least that way if the company fails, you weren't taking investors money on false pretenses. Just my opinion."

76. The preceding statement is false, misleading and falsely alleges unlawfule conduct by Plantiffs.

77. On or about April 7, 2008, Defendant Krajewski published the following statement on I-hub's Deep Blue Marine message board:

"Credibility does mean everything. Especially when you are the one that takes investors money and runs a company. As you will see in the below post. The SEC does go after people that put out false PR's and do illegal distribution of 504D shares of stock. Guess what. DPBM did both of these things and is under investigation by the SEC. So you are right, Credibility does mean something to the SEC too."

78. The preceding statement is false, misleading and falsely implies criminal conduct by Plaintiffs.

79. On or about April 8, 2008, Defendant Krajewski published the following
statement on I-hub's Deep Blue Marine message board:

"I know I witnessed it for a year in Key West. The family flying back and forth from Salt Lake City to Key [W]est every 2 weeks. All expenses paid in Key West by shareholders."

80. The preceding statement is false and misleading, falsely implying that
Blum misappropriated company assets to his family.

81. On or about April 15, 2008, Defendant Krajewski published the following statement on I-hub's Deep Blue Marine message board:

"Yes, I worked for him in 2006. No, I didn't have to supply any information to the SEC. The SEC visited an office in Utah at least 3 times in the last 2 months. The last time the SEC attorney's brought a Court Reporter with them. The office they visited wasn't Win. It was an office that has been in several PR's concerning Copper King and NO this office did nothing wrong. The subject of the SEC's investigation was YOUR friend Wilf. Sorry everyone when I posted this, I responded to a message on my message board. I thought this was the Copper King board at the time. However, I don't believe this is off topic here, because it involves the CEO of DPBE and it could involve your stock prices here to."

82. The preceding statement is false and misleading, falsely alleging criminal and unlawful conduct by Plaintiffs.

83. On or about April 15, 2008, Defendant Krajewski published the following
statement on I-hub's Copper King Mining Corporation message board:

"I know that Wilf is under investigation by the SEC and it probably will impact CPRK. Since that is what the investigation is centered on."

84. The preceding statement is false and falsely alleges criminal and unlawful conduct by Blum.

85. On or about April 15, 2008, Defendant Krajewski published the following
statement on I-hub's Copper King Mining Corporation message board:

"Their investigation centers on FALSE PR's that Wilf put out and illegal distribution of 504D shares of stock. And no, I had no part in reporting this to the SEC."

86. The preceding statement is false and falsely alleges criminal and/or unlawful conduct by Blum.

87. On or about April 19, 2008, Defendant Krajewski published the following
statement on I-hub's Deep Blue Marine message board:

"I think you are going to have a long wait until you get a straight answer from DPBE on any of the real questions that concern investors. The CEO and his family appear to be doing the same thing that they did in Key West. Taking all expense paid family diving vacations with investors[`] money. Apparently the CEO doesn't care to keep investors informed."

88. The preceding statement is false and misleading, falsely implying that Blum misappropriated company assets to his family.

89. On or about April 20, 2008, Defendant Krajewski published the following
statement on I-hub's Deep Blue Marine message board:

"Wow, talk about a story from Wilf and a family diving vacation. 8 relatives total in the DR. 5 paid their own way EXCEPT for meals. (The shares holders paid for those) I guess the investors also paid the all expense paid trip for his wife and 2 daughters. Talk about abuse of investors[` ] money."

90. The preceding statement is false and misleading, falsely implying that Blum misappropriated company assets to his family.
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