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To: SI Dave who wrote (8672)7/14/2005 11:07:44 PM
From: Jeffrey S. Mitchell
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Dave, are the accounts for Charles and Michael Zwebner active? Just trying to gauge the *possible* level of excitement the_worm06 desires (nudge nudge wink wink).

- Jeff

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To: the_worm06 who wrote (8674)7/14/2005 11:09:19 PM
From: Jeffrey S. Mitchell
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I sense some Roberto Sablon references forthcoming. OK, I admit it-- I cheated. ;^)

- Jeff

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To: Jeffrey S. Mitchell who wrote (8678)7/15/2005 12:19:33 AM
From: the_worm06
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Do you mean Ricardo (Richard) Sablon?.......................





Message #8680 from Jeffrey S. Mitchell at 7/14/2005 11:09:19 PM

I sense some Roberto Sablon references forthcoming. OK, I admit it-- I cheated. ;^)

- Jeff

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To: StockDung who wrote (8675)7/15/2005 12:21:21 AM
From: the_worm06
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Yes Truthseeker, it is EPXR







Message #8677 from TheTruthseeker at 7/14/2005 9:35:59 PM

EPIXTAR, Formerly Global Asset Holdings, Inc., Annouces Name Change

Tuesday, January 7, 2003 - 5:58 pm ET

MIAMI - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Jan. 7, 2003 - EPIXTAR CORP. (OTCBB:EPXR) - formally Global Assets Holding, Inc. ("GAHI") announces a change in accounting policy of its INTERNET programs.

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On one occasion, Royer shared non-public information with ELGINDY about
an ongoing investigation into a company called Global Asset Business Inc.,
or GAHI. Documents introduced in evidence show that the FBI was probing
whether the company was being used by the RUSSIAN mob to launder money.
Other persons mentioned in the documents included the president and vice
president of Moldova.

A chat log from ELGINDY's Web site for July 12, 2001, shows that the
shortseller recommended to site members that they sell short Global Asset
Business shares. ELGINDY told members that the company was involved in money
laundering.

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To: the_worm06 who wrote (8679)7/15/2005 12:23:39 AM
From: Jeffrey S. Mitchell
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Do you mean Ricardo (Richard) Sablon?.......................

Oops. Yes.

- Jeff

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From: the_worm067/15/2005 12:32:07 AM
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EPXR - WHAT HAPPENED TO THE OFFICERS?

Take a look at an SEC filing for EPXR for January 18, 2005.

Since this SEC filing, four of the top Seven Officers have either resigned, been fired or just simply are no longer listed as officers in in recent SEC filings for EPXR. Several of these "events" occurred within the last 2 weeks.

Gone are the CEO, the COO, the CTO and one of the heads of the Phillipine call center business (highlighted in bold)....

Why is this?



secinfo.com

Epixtar Corp · SB-2/A · On 1/18/5
Filed On 1/18/5 5:28pm ET · SEC File 333-106677 · Accession Number 1125282-5-173

MANAGEMENT, OFFICERS, AND DIRECTORS

· Enlarge/Download Table

NAME AGE POSITION
---- --- --------

Ilene Kaminsky 39 Chief Executive Officer, Director

David Srour 43 Chief Operations Officer, President and Director


Norman DePalantino 52 Executive Vice President Operations, Philippines Country Manager

Irving Greenman 69 Chief Financial Officer, Director

Todd Fisch 43 President - Epixtar Philippines IT Enabled Services Corporation

Deborah Gambone 52 Vice President, Corporate Counsel and Secretary

Ricardo Sablon 44 Vice President - Chief Technology Officer

Sneharthi Roy 39 Vice President - Chief Information Officer

William D. Rhodes 56 President National Online, and officer and director of
certain subsidiaries

Gerry Dunne 44 Executive Vice President, Sales

Scott Flacks 46 Executive Vice President, Marketing

Harry Fozzard 39 VP Investor & Public Relations

David Berman 58 Director

John W. Cooney 68 Director

Kenneth Elan 52 Director

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To: Jeffrey S. Mitchell who wrote (7959)7/15/2005 1:41:36 AM
From: Jeffrey S. Mitchell
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Re: 7/14/05 - [MTXX] Radacosky vs. John Doe: Radacosky Subpoenas Yahoo

Who is this radacocky person?
by: painfurry_brunt_04 (36/M/Osaka Nippon) 07/14/05 10:55 am
Msg: 114662 of 114714

NOTICE OF SUBPOENA

We are writing to inform you that Yahoo! has been served with a subpoena requiring disclosure of information related to your user account at Yahoo!

The subpoena was issued in an action entitled:

Daniel J. Radacosky, V. John Doe #1 aka VERIBULL, et al., Case Number
105CV044455


Pending in:

Superior Court of the State of California, County of Santa Clara

The subpoena, dated July 6, 2005, requires that Yahoo! produce documents related to your Yahoo! account. Please be aware that your communications with Yahoo! may also be discoverable.

The attorney for the subpoenaing party, Daniel J. Radacosky, is:

Robert H. Bohn Jr., Esq.
Bohn & Bohn LLP
152 North Third Street, Suite 200
San Jose, CA 95112
408-279-4222 (phone)
408-295-2222 (fax)

Please be advised that Yahoo! will respond to the subpoena 15 days from the date of this notice, unless we have notice that a motion to quash the subpoena (or other appropriate legal objection) has been filed, or the matter has been otherwise resolved.


You may wish to consult an attorney to advise you about the foregoing.


Please contact the subpoenaing party to obtain a copy of the subpoena. If you wish to contact Yahoo! regarding this matter, please direct your correspondence to notice-user@yahoo-inc.com.

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Re: Who is this radacocky person?
by: InvestorUSA 07/14/05 11:27 am
Msg: 114667 of 114714

NOTICE OF SUBPOENA

I just received the same ... time for ACTion on the part of the good guys who are NOT LAWyers representing clients in a legal matter pending against MTXX, such as PAIN-the-butt ... it would be helpful to know who got a Subpoena ... drop me an e-mail ASAP if you're also the lucky recepient of such notice ...

iUSA

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Subpoena ... ACTion PLAN
by: InvestorUSA 07/14/05 12:01 pm
Msg: 114677 of 114714

NOTICE OF SUBPOENA

I just received the same ... time for ACTion on the part of the good guys who are NOT LAWyers representing clients in a legal matter pending against MTXX, such as PAIN-the-butt ...

It would be helpful to know who got a Subpoena ... drop me an e-mail ASAP if you're also the lucky recepient of such notice ...

Should have noted to send your e-mail to me at: investorusa@yahoo.com ...

PAIN-the-butt doesn't realize what a Hornet's Nest he's shacking ... but he soon will!

$tay Tuned - NEW$$$$ Coming!

iUSA

Posted as a reply to: Msg 114667 by InvestorUSA

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Re: Who is this radacocky person?
by: wrb1000 07/14/05 12:39 pm
Msg: 114681 of 114714

<What's the matter? You guys seem . . . well . . . upset. I even warned you it was coming. >

I have received one also.

Posted as a reply to: Msg 114668 by painfullyblunt2004

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Re: Who is this radacocky person?
by: wiredre2000 07/14/05 12:44 pm
Msg: 114683 of 114714

I also recieved a notice from Yahoo.

Posted as a reply to: Msg 114681 by wrb1000

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well, good luck, I guess...............
by: veri_doe 07/14/05 06:26 pm
Msg: 114697 of 114714

PB, if you were really damaged by anything these morons said, I hope you get justice. I think it's damn petty, but it's your reputation, not mine. I really don't know what veritard said that was all that bad, but I didn't read all of his posts, so maybe it's not petty, I don't know. I think the whole thing sucks, just like it sucked when mtxx did this to the other idiots.

and "morons", I hope you don't go broke from this. Next time, don't fuck with a lawyer. That was frickin stupid. Still, as much as I think most of you are dumbasses, I don't like to see anyone get reamed for stupid petty nonsense.

I guess you'll know how sallie felt when he got bungholed for being a douchebag.

best of luck to all you. pb, morons, etc.

I'm going to bail out of this site. It's too dangerous to even fuck around here.

$100!

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Re: well, good luck, I guess............
by: kasha_the_dog (38/M/Los Angeles) 07/14/05 08:40 pm
Msg: 114699 of 114714

Dan Radacosky's goal is clearly the supression of speech on this board. Otherwise, he would just be pursuing veribull. But instead he seems to have subpoenaed the personal information of virtually everyone on this board.

Dan says he feels strongly about protecting consumers from a product that he believes is potentially harmful; a lot of us feel strongly about protecting our constitutional right to free speech. The best way to honor those who have died to protect these rights is to fight for them ourselves.

Dan wants to control this board by threats and intimidation. He is a coward and a bully.

BTW, real lawyers don't go around suing people for everything. They know it's a stupid waste of time and energy. Dan's threatening, narcissistic, bullying behavior is unhealthy.

Posted as a reply to: Msg 114697 by veri_doe

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To: Jeffrey S. Mitchell who wrote (8683)7/15/2005 10:45:11 AM
From: StockDung
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Netcurrents was another Dodi Handy company with High Hopes and a Felon. Ziasun hired Netcurrents to monitor the message boards. Never a good Business Plan to stiffle and monitor Free Speach for a fee..

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U.S. SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934
RELEASE NO. 52040 / July 15, 2005
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDING
File No. 3-11983
THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION INSTITUTES ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDINGS AGAINST NETCURRENTS INFORMATION SERVICES, INC. FOR FAILURE TO MAKE REQUIRED PERIODIC FILINGS
The Securities and Exchange Commission today instituted public administrative proceedings pursuant to Section 12(j) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (“Exchange Act”) against NetCurrents Information Services, Inc., a Delaware corporation formerly based in Beverly Hills, California, to determine whether the registration of its securities should be revoked or suspended for a period not exceeding 12 months for failure to file required periodic reports with the Commission in violation of Section 13(a) of the Exchange Act and Rules 13a-1 and 13a-13 thereunder. The Division of Enforcement alleges in the Order Instituting Administrative Proceedings that NetCurrents had common stock and Series A 8.5% convertible preferred stock registered pursuant to Section 12(g) of the Exchange Act. The Division of Enforcement further alleges that NetCurrents has not filed any periodic reports with the Commission for over three years. Specifically, NetCurrents last filed an annual report on Form 10-KSB for the year ended December 31, 2000 and last filed a quarterly report on Form 10-QSB for the quarter ended September 30, 2001.
A hearing will be scheduled before an administrative law judge to determine whether allegations of the Division of Enforcement contained in the Order Instituting Administrative Proceedings are true, to provide NetCurrents an opportunity to dispute the allegations, and to determine whether it is necessary and appropriate for the protection of investors to suspend for a period not exceeding 12 months or revoke the registration of the NetCurrents’ securities.
Pursuant to the Commission’s Rules of Practice, an initial decision shall be issued by the administrative law judge within 120 days from service of the Order Instituting Administrative Proceedings upon NetCurrents.
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NTCS - NY Times article 09/03/01:
September 3, 2001
Entrepreneur Is Quiet About His Past and Gets New Start in Net Surveillance
By MICHAEL BRICK
Twice, Irwin Meyer has sailed on big ideas to some degree of fortune.
The first time was in 1977, when he found a struggling play based on a comic-strip character and helped turn it into the unlikely Broadway hit, "Annie." It earned him a Tony Award for co-producing the best musical of the year.
The second time was in 1999, when he discovered a technology that could scour Internet chat rooms for rumors, innuendo, opinions or lies about a particular person or company. He created a company to offer the service to any business worried about its image — and its stock price.
To win the trust of investors and clients, Mr. Meyer boasted of his Tony Award, and of the years he spent as a television and commercial producer in Hollywood. What he did not mention was his conviction for tax fraud, which put him in a federal prison for four months in 1982.
Some of the people who wanted to become involved with Mr. Meyer and his Internet technology took the time to check his background, though it did not stop them from working with him. Others said they looked but did not find his conviction. Many, however, were too eager to join the Internet gold rush to do much more than read the incomplete biography that Mr. Meyer submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission as a routine part of running a publicly traded company.
Mr. Meyer said he did not make a point of mentioning his conviction nor try to hide it. "I don't wear a sign," he said. "Everybody who's ever worked with me knows about my background."
The story of Mr. Meyer's reinvention as an Internet entrepreneur is emblematic of the paradoxes of the technology boom. It may have seemed that a bunch of 24-year- olds were "leveraging" the Internet — to use the vernacular that helped start so many dot-com companies — to take over the business world. But the larger truth is more nuanced and stranger than the notion that Daddy Warbucks invented the New Deal. And now that the boom times are over, Mr. Meyer has a mess on his hands.
At 66 years old, Mr. Meyer comes across like a college drama teacher, theatrical and assured. His approach is: Listen, I'm gonna explain something to you. And he can be very convincing, given the right audience.
When Internet stocks began their run-up, Mr. Meyer was in California and decided to shift his focus from Hollywood to Silicon Valley. In 1999, he used his foundering movie-production company in Los Angeles to create a new-economy start-up and began casting about for something to do.
He first dabbled in satellite Internet access, buying a company called eSat, but switched to Internet image-management after merging with another company, Infolocity. He changed the name of his company — initially the Ventura Motion Picture Group, then the Producers Entertainment Group and most recently the IAT Resources Corporation — to the jazzy-sounding NetCurrents Inc.
The company would use technology developed by Infolocity to monitor Internet chat rooms on behalf of companies willing to pay for the service. At the time, the Internet was so sexy and stock manipulation so worrisome that clients, including big names like Oracle and Office Depot (news/quote), began to line up. Then the Kroll-O'Gara Company (news/quote), the world's most prominent investigation company, signed an exclusive global alliance with NetCurrents to offer enhanced Internet intelligence services to corporations.
NetCurrents' heady early days are but a memory now, and so are many of its clients. It is hard to sell image-protection services to companies that cannot even afford many of their employees anymore. NetCurrents' stock, which traded for as much as $11.94 a share in March 2000, now sells for less than 11 cents. So few people want to buy it that Nasdaq has removed the stock from its market, crippling the company's ability to raise additional cash to cover losses and repay debts. NetCurrents said in its most recent filings with the S.E.C. that it had laid off all its sales representatives and technicians.
Mr. Meyer now spends his days looking for someone to invest more money in the company — and searching the Web for anyone who might be criticizing it, or him.
The company has already sued one man, Victor Holtorf, the former chairman of one of its subsidiaries, for making disparaging remarks about Mr. Meyer on online message boards. They have since settled the suit, though Mr. Holtorf, who still owns stock in the company, said NetCurrents had not met the financial obligations of the settlement. He would not specify the obligations.
Mr. Meyer has overcome financial obstacles before. For example, he and his partner, Stephen R. Friedman, had some difficulty raising their $250,000 contribution to the budget for "Annie," according to a 1977 Washington Post (news/quote) article on the show, though they eventually came up with the money.
At around the same time, the two men shared in sales commissions totaling $4 million, government records say, by selling more than $20 million in tax-sheltered limited partnerships in a coal mining operation. Among the partners who bought in were celebrities like Elvis Presley, Margaux Hemingway and the singer Alice Cooper. Mr. Presley, for example, paid $505,000 and deducted $2.6 million from his taxable income for 1976.
But the S.E.C. filed a civil complaint against Mr. Meyer, Mr. Friedman and others on Sept. 21, 1978, contesting the partners' rights to any coal under a piece of property around Gillette, Wyo. The federal government owned 95 percent of the rights, and that fact cast doubt on the profits and tax benefits that Mr. Meyer and his partners had promised the investors, the S.E.C. said.
In 1980, Mr. Meyer and Mr. Friedman were indicted in a federal criminal complaint based on the coal mining partnerships. Both men eventually pleaded guilty to conspiring to assist in the preparation and filing of false income tax returns and were sentenced to prison. Mr. Meyer entered Federal Prison Camp Allenwood in Montgomery, Pa., on March 1, 1982, and was released on July 16, 1982.
The "Annie" company disassociated itself from the two men, and Mr. Meyer's lawyer, Martin R. Gold, said at the time that his client was "finished in the entertainment business," according to the archives of United Press International.
After regaining his freedom, however, Mr. Meyer moved to California, where he spent 16 years producing commercials and television programs. His company received production fees for the program "Dave's World" and for the movie "What's Love Got to Do With It?"
When Mr. Meyer turned his attention to the Internet, the most important part of his transformation was to buy Infolocity, a company run by James J. Cerna Jr., who is listed as an inventor of the technology used by NetCurrents.
To promote the company's services, Mr. Meyer appeared on the CNBC program "Power Lunch" in March 2000. "We have found in recent months, and I guess growing on a daily basis, an enormous amount of information and misinformation coming across the Net," he said on the program. Three days later, the company said it had closed a private placement of its stock, raising $8.5 million.
Before the summer was out, Mr. Meyer's reinvention as an Internet fraud expert received an impressive stamp of approval when Kroll-O'Gara teamed up its Risk Consulting Services division with NetCurrents — in the process, receiving warrants to buy 5 percent of NetCurrents' stock.
At the time, there was no mention of Mr. Meyer's conviction for fraud, but Jules Kroll, chairman of Kroll-O'Gara, said in a recent interview that his company knew about it.
"We did exhaustive due diligence on the company, technology, directors, management and in particular the somewhat colorful history of its C.E.O.," Mr. Kroll said. "You can imagine, given what we do for a living, it was an issue for us."
He added, "I do believe in redemption, under certain circumstances."
Mr. Meyer said that he told Mr. Kroll about his jail term.
"It would be foolish of me to go into business with the world's largest investigation business that has a division that checks people's backgrounds and assume that they're not going to check my background," Mr. Meyer said.
But others did not learn of the conviction until long after they went into business with him.
Mr. Cerna said that his lawyer had investigated Mr. Meyer's background and never found the conviction. "To get in the position he's in now, he's found a way to hide it," Mr. Cerna said. "You would think, in the spirit, he should disclose that. We had no intention to get involved with anyone that has a history of fraud."
Several customers also said they were unaware of Mr. Meyer's conviction, though they said they were pleased with the service.
"It was immensely valuable to us," said Jennifer Glass, a vice president at Oracle. "We would get a heads-up on rumors and general sentiment about Oracle within the online community."
Ms. Glass and Lauren Garvey, a spokeswoman for Office Depot, said, however, that NetCurrents had discontinued its service to them without explanation.
Mr. Meyer said that he felt obligated to his shareholders. They want him to do what he has always done when he found a new business idea, like the little orphan girl, the tax shelters and the Internet security blanket.
"They're looking for me to secure another round of financing," he said.
nytimes.com
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ZiaSun Selects NetCurrents' CyberFacts Service
SOLANA BEACH, Calif., Jun 15, 2000 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- ZiaSun Technologies, Inc.
(OTCBB:ZSUN), an emerging Internet technology holding company, today announced
it has selected NetCurrents, the Premier Internet Intelligence Agency's (Nasdaq:
NTCS) CyberFacts real-time Internet monitoring and analysis service to monitor
Internet information regarding the Company.
Using proprietary, real-time technology, CyberFacts tracks and monitors an
extensive universe of targeted Internet locations, message boards,
e-publications, newsgroups and other sources for posted information on public
companies. The resulting data is analyzed by NetCurrents' team of Internet
strategists, who categorize the information, identify and assess perception
sentiment, provide real-time notification of potential critical information,
provide daily online graphical reports on a secured client portal and develop
strategies to counter misinformation or fraudulent postings.
Using CyberFacts, ZiaSun monitors market perceptions about itself while tracking
information associated with ZiaSun stock trading activity, corporate news,
products and services.
Al Hardman, ZiaSun's President and Chief Executive Officer stated, "As an
emerging Internet-technology holding company, we recognize the value of
monitoring the Internet content regarding our business. We are also well aware
of the voluminous false or misleading information being disseminated through
various chat rooms daily. We believe CyberFacts will provide the necessary
research and intelligence that will allow us to maintain accurate information
regarding our company across the World Wide Web. The Company will use the
information provided by CyberFacts to help protect our reputation and preserve
shareholder value."
About ZiaSun Technologies, Inc.
ZiaSun Technologies, Inc. is a leading Internet technology holding company
focused on international investor education and e-commerce and specialized
online support services within North America, Asia and other international
markets. The Company's portfolio includes: Online Investors Advantage
(www.i-advantage.com), Momentum Asia, Inc. (www.momentumasia.com), ServiceLive
(www.servicelive.com), Momentum Internet, Inc. (www.momentumplus.com), PINmail
(www.pinmail.com), MEDIAhits (www.mediahits.com), Swiftrade (www.swiftrade.com),
AsiaEnet Ltd. (www.asiaenet.com), Tigertooth (www.tigertooth.com), Search Dragon
(www.searchdragon.com), M Finance (www.mfinance.com - a top-100 financial Web
site), and a 19% equity position in Asia4Sale (www.asia4sale.com).
About NetCurrents, Inc.
NetCurrents, The Premier Internet Intelligence Agency, analyzes communications
from an extensive universe of targeted Internet locations in real-time. The
Company provides clients with critical information and counsel to protect their
corporate image, measure consumers' perceptions and counter misinformation on
the Internet. For more information, visit www.netcurrents.com.
Safe Harbor statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of
1995: Except for historical information, the matters discussed in this news
release that my be considered forward-looking statements could be subject to
certain risks and uncertainties that could cause the actual results to differ
materially from those projected. These include uncertainties in the market,
competition, legal, success of marketing efforts and other risks detailed from
time to time in the company's SEC reports. The company assumes no obligation to
update the information in this release.
CONTACT: ZiaSun Technologies, Inc., Solana Beach
Shareholder Services
Michelle Cutting, 858/350-4060
mcutting@pinmail.com
or
Continental Capital & Equity Corporation
Broker/Investor Relations
Bruce Elliott, 407/682-2001
bruce@insidewallstreet.com
(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- No Position; ST Rating- Hold; LT Rating- Strong Sell)

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From: RavenTree7/15/2005 1:12:58 PM
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Since ADOT couldn't silence me with 3 SLAPP suits they decided to get me yanked off Raging Bull. My Hestia17 screen name was blocked yesterday and all my posts removed. (Athena_Sword was blocked back in January but the posts were still viewable; now those are gone as well.) ADOT posters had been "warning" me about posting all that embarrassing stuff about ADOT's association with Allen Wolfson. Predicatably pumpers on ADOT are ecstatic. It seems that my constant posting of ADOT's association with the likes of Wolfson and the fact that Wolfson's Feng Shui consulting was the registrant of Biomoda's SB2 was interfering with their pump.

By: soldthefoodstamps
15 Jul 2005, 09:52 AM EDT
Msg. 165254 of 165263
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hoping to see a nice bouce on the news of the capture of hestia17/athena-sword, aka "ADOT Serial Basher"....

Good things has come to ADOT...

Blessings received by all...


Of course there is no recourse for the mere poster when a company decides to have a poster removed. It's been said before, but it would be great to have some sort of investigation of Raging Bull to see if and how they are complicit with pumps.

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From: the_worm067/15/2005 4:26:25 PM
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Who is SADECO, INC.?

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