|Absolutely false! Complete rot, poppycock and piffle from the increasingly desperate Game Boy. Oyez muchacho! Me no send no "death threats" to anyone and challenge you to prove otherwise. In fact, on reflection your statement is actionable. Thank you for providing more evidence of your criminal mind at work. It's just another in the long line of lies and falsehoods from Game Boy (Benavides and his pinche Valdez).|
As for Martin Mount and the messages sent to him today, it was made 100% clear to him in both WhatsApp and texts that the purpose was not to threaten but to save him from jeopardizing himself, with a clear emphasis on assumed innocence. My repeated attempts to contact Martin Mount are for his benefit, to get him to understand what he would be letting himself in for if he became a member of the board of directors.
You're sounding particularly desperate this evening Game Boy, quedando en el ridiculo, de hecho.
If the company wants to be taken seriously, it should answer the litany of simple questions that multiple shareholders have posed to it. Instead, we are all met with a wall of silence regarding:
- The appointments of Gabbie/Ngatai/Valdez
- The internal inquiry
- The misuse of funds out of the wholly owned subsidiaries,
- Payment made to family members of Diego Benavides, all done behind "consultancy fees" to anonymous 3rd party accounts that add up to millions of dollars in secretly diverted funds
etc etc, to a near ad infinitum level. But whenever we ask simple questions of the company..
- We have an Investor Relations manager who refuses to relate to investors
- We have a Communications Manager who doesn't know how to communicate or even pick up the phone
- We have a CEO whose only way of communication is to make baseless accusations about people trying to uncover the truth, all behind a Bulletin Board handle
- Again, this is another list that can get longer very quickly and unfortunately, it's not just me who gets the silent treatment; this company refuses to talk with any of its shareholders and answer the most straightforward of questions.
We would like to know the results of the internal inquiry. Did the board find something against Diego Benavides, or did they not? A simple question that deserves an answer. Shareholders are unable to make an informed decision regarding his re-appointment otherwise.
As for the word "felony", I'm of the opinion it will be used against people connected with this sorry story soon. Not against my person, however.