|There seems to be some things left out, some things not correct, better research needs to be done I think.|
Just do a better job of research and get the correct answers before statements are made with such magnitude
I don't know you and you don't know me, you don't know The Ceo in my opinion very well. A few of the statements you made are not accurate at all. Do a little better job on your research. Pick your phone up and have a call with Mr. DIllon. Writing on this boards easy, be a stronger man and talk to him directly. Try that and see how you walk away from the call. We've all probably had failures at some point trying to do things along the way. We blame ourselves or we look for someone else to blame or something to blame. I've spoken to the Ceo, he is the last man standing to try to keep your investment from going the wrong way. If he had left with everyone else, who would you blame then. Who is responsible for you being an investor in the company, I'm
Guessing you are based on your anger.
Just being strong and being supportive, maybe you try it, might make you not so angry at your hope for this being something other than a whipping page for you.
Sometimes the wrong person gets blamed for trying to save something or someone