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From: StockDung2/25/2005 12:07:20 PM
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Nigerian held for cyber fraud:
[World News]: Bhopal, Feb 24 : A Nigerian was arrested in connection with a cyber fraud wherein he allegedly tried to extract Rs 45 lakh from a city resident with the help of an unsolicited e-mail declaring the latter as a winner of a `Tsunami Relief Lottery'.

Victor Aiwunun Osunobon had sent the unsolicited e-mail - from address `internationallotry2005.Yahoo.Com.Au' - to the city resident declaring him the winner of eight lakh Euro through a lucky draw of `Tsunami Relief Lottery', Superintendent of Police (SP) Pawan Shrivastava told a press conference here.

The resident, whose name was kept secret due to security reasons, contacted the cyber crime department, following which the sender of the e-mail was lured for negotiations here, the SP said adding, Victor presented himself as `Duke' and a representative of the lottery.

Victor claimed that half of the winning amount would have to be given for Tsunami relief and demanded Rs 45 lakh as processing fee from the resident.

However, no passports or visa documents were found on Victor, who claims to be a resident of Nigeria, Shrivastava said adding, the accused further claimed that he stays in Bangalore and had reached here in December, 2004.

On his co-accomplices involved in the crime, the SP said "we have information about a fraud racket in Nigeria going by the name of `419 co-alition'.

Expert agencies have been informed about Victor and further investigations are on, Srivastava added. PTI

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From: Jeffrey S. Mitchell2/26/2005 8:45:27 AM
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Re: 2/7/05 - USA Today: Company backlash strikes gripe sites

Posted 2/7/2005 12:50 PM Updated 2/7/2005 1:59 PM

Company backlash strikes gripe sites
By James McNair, The Cincinnati Enquirer

Quick-tempered Americans really lose it when they've been had as consumers. Increasingly, they are taking out their anger on strongly worded Internet gripe sites.

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Eric Wiedemer created a gripe site to complain about his troubled Suzuki. The company bought back the car, but threatened to sue him because of defamatory material on the site.
By Meggan Booker, The Cincinnati Enquirer
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Take a look at myvwlemon.com , which boasts 2,000 members and about 15,000 message board postings from Volkswagen buyers.

Many such sites exist. But a growing number of consumers around the nation are eliciting an unexpected response from the companies they're assailing: lawsuits and legal threats. As companies find their names and logos besmirched on Web gripe sites, they unleash allegations ranging from trademark violations to defamation.

Eric Wiedemer, a 32-year-old Cincinnati auto painter, incurred corporate wrath when he created a Web gripe site last year to complain about a $20,000 Suzuki Verona car he bought from an Alabama dealer. From the day he drove it home, he said the engine stalled repeatedly. Unable to resolve the problem at a local Suzuki dealership, he hired a lawyer and created the Web site suzukiveronasucks.com.

American Suzuki Motors, which declined to be interviewed for this article, bought back the car but wouldn't pay Wiedemer's legal bill and threatened possible legal action.

"The Web site contains a significant amount of defamatory, misleading and inaccurate information regarding American Suzuki," wrote Toby Schisler of Dinsmore & Shohl in an Oct. 4 letter to Wiedemer's lawyer. "If he elects to file suit against American Suzuki, (the company) will consider filing a counterclaim to address the material contained on your client's Web site."

Wiedemer filed suit Nov. 22 seeking legal fees, now about $4,500, from Suzuki. Schisler countered that if the suit wasn't withdrawn, Suzuki would seek to recover its legal costs from Wiedemer. Four days before Christmas, Suzuki asked that the suit be dismissed.

Free speech?

Gripe sites have opened a new battlefront over the First Amendment and one's right to free speech.

The Internet makes it possible for people to air their complaints to anyone in the world with a computer, and courts are being asked to decide if they are crossing the line of fair play.

"This is a developing area of the law," said Susan Grogan Faller, who practices First Amendment law for Frost Brown Todd in Cincinnati. "It appears that the usual rules apply, certainly with respect to defamation of individuals and corporations and disparagement of products and services. If you make a false statement about a verifiable fact, that's defamation, and the First Amendment doesn't protect it."

Legal decisions

Consumers have won some Web gripe site cases, including some where the charge pertains to creating, for commercial purposes, Web sites that incorporate or emulate the names of the companies they criticize, an act called cyber-squatting.

In New Orleans, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sided with Houston homebuyer Joseph Maxwell, who had created a gripe site about his builder. The builder won an $80,000 judgment, but it was overturned in April. The appeals court found no "bad faith intent to profit" by Maxwell.

Civil claims were dismissed against a New Jersey man who set up Web sites that shamed his moving company and a Massachusetts Web site designer whose gripe site drew a slander suit from her car dealer. In Cincinnati, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court's ruling that a Michigan woman, Michelle Grosse, showed no bad-faith intent in creating a Web site chastising the work of her former landscaper.

© Copyright 2005 USA TODAY, a division of Gannett Co. Inc.

usatoday.com

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To: Jeffrey S. Mitchell who wrote (7444)2/26/2005 9:19:01 AM
From: rrufff
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That's an interesting article, which covers many of the issues, including the fact that the consumer was forced to withdraw his claim for legal fees for fear of being countersued.

I'd like to see some type of small claims court or mandatory arbitration for internet defamation and related issues, particularly if it involves private individuals and small businesses. This would either have to be national or contractual through all ISP's, because of issues relating to jurisdiction.

I've seen web sites where disgruntled individuals, e.g., ex-spouses, patients unhappy with an otherwise fabulous doctor, etc., post defamatory material about others who have touched their lives. Most don't have the resources to fight this in court. Neither do they have the resources to start a competing web site.

Tough areas to regulate and legislate, particularly where free speech clashes with right to privacy and comes close to defamation.

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To: rrufff who wrote (7445)2/26/2005 11:32:58 AM
From: Jeffrey S. Mitchell
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If I were a graduating law student this year, I'd specialize in cyber-law. It's a wide open field where no one can legitimately call themselves an established expert as the Internet is a recent phenomena.

To be good at any new type of law you have to be able to anticipate the future. When message boards started, everyone, for whatever reason, just gave the contributors a sense of credibility because their messages were in writing and in a public forum. Early attempts at lawsuits against message board posters reflects this. Now we know that message boards are like any large gathering of people where some may be emotional, impulsive, drunk, or just plain stupid. Anyone who does *not* adapt an attitude of "you can't believe everything you read" is the idiot.

I'm not saying that full-fledged separate entities known as gripe sites are like message boards -- since the owner has the ability to rethink what he wrote and edit his comments at will -- but looking into the future we can assume these sites will be a dime a dozen and thus, again, should be seen in this different light. It's when people try to pass themselves off as unbiased credible experts on something that one should take real notice and perhaps action.

- Jeff

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To: rrufff who wrote (7445)2/26/2005 12:30:01 PM
From: Lee Lichterman III
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I couldn't disagree more. I would rather love to see a fund so the small guy could afford to fight the big companies when litigated against for telling the truth.

I was screwed over by Home Depot (Boise Idaho store) and launched my own campaign and shorted the heck out of their stock. I made the mistake of telling them first what I was going to do and by the time all was said and done, they had 9 attorneys on me and suspect were behind the SEC running an investigation on me.

Everything I did was legal so it all ended OK and I made a ton on their Stock drop but things got dicey for while.

It doesn't always end so well for others. They have deep pockets and a whole legal dept to make us little guys lives a living hell.

FWIW - I had the same thing happen with Sears but they never knew what hit them. I learned my lesson from the HD thing and just kept my mouth shut to S about it and ran my campaign and short attack, took my profits and ran. -ggg-

S tried to deny a new washer had a warranty on the transmission. ALL washers have warranties on the transmissions and they tried to fight it until I took my copy and rubbed it under their nose. HD lied about having flooring in inventory, broke a promised installation schedule of one week by 2 months and then wouldn't discount as promised. The house was for sale and it killed the ability to sell it at the time. ( Worked out better for me in the long run as I gave up, rented it for 2 years then caught the housing bubble ramp job and sold it for much more than I was trying for years before plus collected rent for a year. Triple win for me and a double loss for them.)

I also posted on one of those boards and still get e-mail inquiries about their service and steer everyone away I can. I still wont set foot in their stores to this day and I do a ton of home improvements each year. Their loss and a LOWES win.

Sites dedicated to bashing these guys are a fair counter to their constant commercials on TV about service. It is only fair we all have places to see how they fail to serve. Each reader can do thier own DD and decide if the charges are true or just the isolated disgruntled shopper. If you only see one or two complaining, it is no big deal. When you run a search on these sites and see tons of people all making the same complaints, it is pretty obvious that there is somethign amiss. Trying to block free speech is a scary thing to advocate. We are being silenced enough under the guise of National Security as it is.

Good Luck,

Lee

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From: StockDung2/26/2005 12:51:54 PM
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Maximum Dynamics, Inc. Responds To SEC Order of Suspension of Trading

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 25, 2005--Maximum Dynamics, Inc. (OTCBB: MXDY), an international projects management and back office services company with subsidiaries focused on mobile logistics, mobile/virtual commerce and other technology solutions, in response to the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) ordering a suspension of trading of its shares from February 24, 2005 through March 9, 2005, has prepared the following response to its shareholders and interested parties.

In its reasoning, the SEC stated it had concerns over the accuracy of information provided by Maximum Dynamics in its latest Form 10-QSB filed on December 3, 2004 and in a recent press release issued on January 10, 2005. The SEC questioned the accuracy of the assertions made by Maximum with regard to the delays it has experienced in fulfilling orders of its Tagnet products as well as an agreement that will allow Maximum Dynamics to begin offering pre-paid product offerings on point of sale terminals in the United States and Mexico.

Maximum Dynamics is cooperating with the SEC to provide the documentation it has regarding these two issues and the SEC's investigation and hopes to resolve them as soon as possible.

"The SEC did not provide us with any notice of a trading halt that I am aware of," said Eric Majors, CEO of Maximum Dynamics. "We are trying to contact the people from the SEC who are involved with the investigation in order to resolve this serious issue before the end of the period specified by the order. We feel that this trading halt was totally premature and not in the best interest of our company or shareholders and we intend to do everything that we can to rectify the situation."

Many of Maximum's shareholders are confused about the reasons provided by the SEC for the halt because the shareholders have since confirmed on their own accord the validity of the statements contained in the press release cited by the SEC.

"With respect to Tagnet we have fully disclosed all that we were aware of at the time of our filings", said Eric Majors, CEO of Maximum Dynamics. "Similarly, I think that it is entirely unclear as to what could possibly be gained by misstating the reasons for delays in the delivery of our products as disclosed in our filings. Johannes Clausen, the CEO of Tagnet International is presently in Denmark and is looking into this matter now. People from the SEC have called me before regarding this investigation and I am entirely without explanation as to why they did not pick up a phone to discuss this matter with me considering the severity of the impact on the shareholders, investors, our contractors and the company. I am personally trying to work with the SEC to resolve this matter quickly provided the proper people at the commission make themselves available today as I continue trying to contact them."

"It is my personal belief that the entire investigation launched by the SEC may be tainted by faulty information sent to them by anonymous undisclosed sources, for some specific gain that may also include the shorting of the stock of the company", said Eric Majors, CEO of Maximum Dynamics. He added, "This is a serious matter that has been going on for a considerable amount of time and the magnitude and scope of which has only recently come to light. I believe that this matter can be settled but it has already caused damage to the company, and the shareholders. Considering the fact that our company has recently appeared on the Regulation SHO list, I strongly suspect that these events may also somehow be related. I will encourage the SEC to look into the relationship between the offending parties, the emails and our appearance on the Regulation SHO list."

The company intends to hold a conference call for shareholders and press on Wednesday, March 2, 2005 at 12pm EST in order to address any questions regarding the company and the SEC's actions. Management would like for shareholders to send an email to the executive corner regarding any questions or concerns that they may have some of which will be addressed in the conference. The phone number for the conference call will be provided on the company's web site on the executive corner area as well as geocities.com. Parties interested in attending the tele-conference should check both of the web sites on the day before the conference as well as on hour before the conference for any special instructions.

This press release may contain forward-looking information within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and is subject to the safe harbor created by those sections. Maximum Dynamics assumes no obligation to update the information contained in this press release. Maximum Dynamics' future results may be affected by its ability to continue to implement its hedge fund administration services, its newly acquired Internet marketing capabilities, its dependence on procuring highly competitive hedge fund administration contracts, its dependence on hiring and retaining qualified professionals, potential fluctuations in its quarterly operating results, its dependence on certain key employees and its ability to timely and effectively integrate the businesses it may acquire.

Contacts


Investor Relations
Joshua Wolcott, +27.21.556.1155



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To: Lee Lichterman III who wrote (7447)2/26/2005 4:12:24 PM
From: rrufff
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I'm not sure what you disagree with. My post may not have been clear but I'm all for anything that equalizes the weapons of the little guy vs. the big guy. However, from experience, it just ain't court. One can only buy as much justice as he can afford. In criminal law, the saying goes "innocent until proven broke." In civil matters, it is worse in many ways.

What I was trying to say was that an effective arbitration, small claims type board, perhaps online, with minimal discovery, could be the arbiter of many of these issues. The alternative choice is to get bogged down in years of litigation, six figure litigation, etc. I'm sure lawyers will hate this suggestion, but having seen and participated in all aspects of our judicial system, I have to say it is the most inefficient aspect of today's society.

Finally, one has to look at the extreme ends of the spectrum. My concern was primarily with some of the gripe sites as Jeff M called them. One can ruin a repuation of an individual or a small business, just because of a personal grudge or affair. Domestic relations incidents often spur this type of stuff. If one has to spend tons of money clearing one's name or alternatively to develop one's own web site, then you really have not given any power to victims.

BTW, I bet you really had a major effect on HD when you were shorting it. I was short HD for awhile so I guess I have to thank you for personally making me some major moolah!!! <ggg>

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To: Jeffrey S. Mitchell who wrote (7446)2/26/2005 4:17:40 PM
From: rrufff
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I agree with the premise of your post but what you may not realize or, from your experience, have seen but not necessarily registered in your conscious, is that lawyers and the law are very slow to evolve. I know many lawyers who disdain anything new. I've seen senior partners rail against new phone systems, computers, innovative pleadings, etc., etc. This is not that much of a surprise where "precedent" is the basis of most decisions, throw in a little "policy" as a BS factor of course.

Vested interests and the sheer weight of a system forces it it move along at a snails pace. Most civil cases settle years after being started, with neither party better off, given the time value of money and the legal fees.

So, if it's evolution you want, I don't think you're going to find it in the court room. We need to revolutionize through other bodies of government, those who frame the settings and rules for our courts.

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To: Jeffrey S. Mitchell who wrote (7428)2/26/2005 11:58:56 PM
From: Kevin Podsiadlik
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The Bob O'Brien blog tour continues (see reply #2):

blogmaverick.com

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To: Jeffrey S. Mitchell who wrote (7438)2/27/2005 12:52:12 AM
From: Jeffrey S. Mitchell
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Re: 2/14-26/05 - [UCSY / YAKC] "bashersuit" vs. "jackmanave" Gets Nasty

Details of Michael Zwebner's (CEO of UCSY) lawsuits against Internet message board posters, not to mention Lycos, CNN, and Wolf Blitzer, have been actively posted here. Has Mr. Zwebner gone to such extreme lengths simply to, as some have argued, silence Roberto Villasenor (allegedly aka the_Worm06)? Has Mr. Zwebner taken to actively posting on message boards as well? Decide for yourself...

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We begin our story with an apology by "Stephen Cunningham" for "braking Yahoo TOS rules" (sic) and agreeing to "no longer post on Yahoo message boards":

A Public Apology
by: bashersuit 02/14/05 02:46 pm
Msg: 5000 of 5307

As part of an agreement I now apologize to the posters of YACK message board for any unjust grief I have caused with my posts. After my scu8452 account was suspended, braking Yahoo TOS rules, I logged on using a new alias for the sole purpose as to harass and threaten posters who had anything negative to post about YAK Communications and Universal Communication Systems Inc both companies I have beeen heavily trading their stock for some time. I had felt that by threatening posters they would stop the negative posts and I could make a profit by the stock price going up.

I now regret my actions and I agree to Yahoo! Inc for a permanent suspension and will no longer post on Yahoo message boards

Stephen Cunningham

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Apparently Mr. Cunningham had "been harassing and threatening the lives of posters on Ragingbull and the late OTCForums for years":

Re: A Public Apology
by: bigtyronewy 02/14/05 03:30 pm
Msg: 5003 of 5307

Stephen, while I appreciate your apology, it seems too little to late. You have been harassing and threatening the lives of posters on Ragingbull and the late OTCForums for years. I think you owe thosw who have had to put up with your behavior a bit more of an explanation.

First, are you in close touch with the Zwebner brothers?

Second, are you apologizing because either Charles or Michael now want to put as much distance between themselves and your actions as possible? Why the sudden contrition?

Third, why has Michael not done anything to stop your behavior before? Was he also hoping that you would scare off his critics with your death threats?

Fourth, why did you think that the best way to handle the bashers was to issue death threats against them? Why not just present information to show them they were wrong? Why not back your position with logic and evidence instead of intimidating thuggery? Isn't it a sad reflection on the companies you appear to promote if the only way you can persuade people to buy into them is to threaten the lives of others?

Posted as a reply to: Msg 5000 by bashersuit

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"bashersuit", who you may recall promised to never again post on Yahoo, now promises he "will no longer engage in dialog with other posters here."

Re: A Public Apology
by: bashersuit 02/15/05 02:27 pm
Msg: 5015 of 5307

As per my agreement I will no longer engage in dialog with other posters here.

Like I stated earlier, I sold my shares and I am no longer a shareholder in YAKC.

Do to recent legal events and per my lawyers advise I am not at liberty to discuss the Company or it's Directors at this time.

I wish you all luck in your investments and wish you all well.

Good Luck

Posted as a reply to: Msg 5003 by bigtyronewy

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"bashersuit" apparently thinks promoting UCSY is not engaging anyone in dialogue:

Re: OT: UCSY
by: bashersuit 02/23/05 10:01 am
Msg: 5101 of 5307

Thank you.
Looks like a great time to pick up some UCSY and wait for the next big news release

Posted as a reply to: Msg 5099 by ppacinri

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Nor is promoting YAKC meant to engage anyone in dialogue:

YAKC demonstrates continued growth
by: bashersuit 02/23/05 11:31 am
Msg: 5105 of 5307

"We are pleased that the operating performance of the Company still demonstrates continued growth

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Nor is calling someone a "whimp" (sic) and a "typical basher loser" engaging someone in dialogue:

Re: WHERE IS THAT WHINER battedown?
by: bashersuit
Long-Term Sentiment: Strong Buy 02/23/05 03:14 pm
Msg: 5159 of 5307

he is a whimp...
typical basher loser

Posted as a reply to: Msg 5153 by ppacinri

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Fast forward a couple of days and "bashersuit" is not only posting up a storm, but telling people about his weekend ski trip to New Hampshire:

have a great weekend Folks..
by: bashersuit
Long-Term Sentiment: Strong Buy 02/25/05 04:55 pm
Msg: 5266 of 5306

Off to NH to go skiing.

Good Luck

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"jackmanave" then decides to post a link to bit of "humor" about the CEO of YAKC, Charles Zwebner, the brother of Michael Zwebner:

A depo of Charles Zwebner
by: jackmanave 02/25/05 09:18 pm
Msg: 5271 of 5307

What a deposition of Charles Zwebner, the CEO of Yakc, might look like in one of Michael Zwebner's 7-8 lawsuits currently active....

ragingbull.lycos.com

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"bashersuit", presumably fresh off the slopes and reclining in his hotel room in New Hampshire gets a tad irked by the above post and perhaps a few others by "jackmanave":

hey roberto/worm
by: bashersuit 02/25/05 10:04 pm
Msg: 5272 of 5272

SO YOU WANT TO PLAY GAMES

AS YOU KNOW I DONT PLAY GAMES WITH FOOLS !!

MARK MY WORDS YOU WILL REGRET YOUR ACTIONS IF IT'S THE LAST THING I DO!!

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"jackmanave" speculates that the part of "bashersuit" might now be played by Michael Zwebner, not Stephen Cunningham:

and who happens to show up?
by: jackmanave 02/25/05 10:20 pm
Msg: 5273 of 5306

None other than Michael Zwebner himself with the threats...

... [repost of the above omitted]

Posted as a reply to: Msg 5272 by bashersuit

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Lo and behold, "bashersuit" signs his name "Michael". Could this mean Mr. Cunningham is channeling Mr. Zwebner? Or is "bashersuit" really Mr. Zwebner? Or is the account being shared by the two?

Re: and who happens to show up?
by: bashersuit 02/25/05 10:52 pm
Msg: 5280 of 5282

AND MY FINAL MESSAGE TO THE WORM !!

ONCE AGAIN I AM FORCED TO REVEAL THE IDENTITY OF THE MALICIOUS INTERNET POSTER KNOWN AS JACKMANAVE AND ONCE AGAIN WE SEE LIES, FALSEHOODS, LIBEL AND HARASSMENT FROM THE POSTER ALSO KNOWN AS ROBERTO VILLASENOR OF SHERMAN OAKS LOS ANGELES CA.

ROBERT HAS BEEN FIRED FROM VARIOUS BROKER JOBS AND STILL OWES FINES TO THE NASD FOR STEALING MONEY FROM HIS CLIENTS. HE BEGS MONEY FROM WOMEN, HIDES PHONE BILLS IN THEIR NAMES AND SPENDS HIS LIFE DOING DRUGS.

NO JOB, NO FRIENDS AND A REAL LOSER AND FAILURE IN LIFE !!

I WOULD SUGEST THAT YOU ALL STAY CLEAR FROM ROBERTO BECAUSE HE IS ABOUT TO GO DOWN IN A BIG WAY. HIS DAY IN COURT IS COMING SOON !!

MARK MY WORDS

MICHAEL

Posted as a reply to: Msg 5273 by jackmanave

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Was the previous message really "Michael's" "final message to the worm"? Apparently not. But is anyone surprised?:

Re: the Raging Bull message board
by: bashersuit 02/25/05 11:01 pm
Msg: 5281 of 5307

what they are saying about ROBERTO

BROKE !!
NO JOB !!
NO FRIENDS !!
DRUGGIE !!
OWES FINES !!
HIDING FROM BEING SERVED !!
A REAL FOOL !!

WHY DONT YOU TELL THEM THE REST

Posted as a reply to: Msg 5279 by jackmanave

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The vitriol continues...

ROBERTO/FOOL
by: bashersuit 02/25/05 11:04 pm
Msg: 5283 of 5307

WHY DONT YOU COME OUT OF HIDING?

SOMEONE WANTS TO SERVE YOU PAPERS !!

BE A MAN FOR ONCE IN YOUR LIFE !!

FACE THE JUDGE

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This post speaks for itself:

Zwebner is out of control
by: stockjuggler100 02/26/05 08:53 am
Msg: 5298 of 5308

How does he think he can win these suits if he keeps posting threats on these boards.
Isnt he doing the same thing that he is charging others with ?????????//

Zwebner = ????????????????????/
He may be the downfall of YAKCE as well.

jeessh

juggler

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"Michael's" threat, err, promise, speaks for itself as well:

Re: Zwebner is out of control
by: bashersuit 02/26/05 10:44 am
Msg: 5302 of 5308

Hey stockjuggler100

YOU'RE ANOTHER INTERNET FOOL POSTING CRAP

THREATS? NO THREATS

A PROMISE

MICHAEL

Posted as a reply to: Msg 5298 by stockjuggler100

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Does anyone get the impression that perhaps "Michael" likes to "serve" people he considers "bashers"?

ROBERTO/WORM
by: bashersuit 02/26/05 11:19 am
Msg: 5303 of 5308

WHY DONT YOU COME OUT OF HIDING?

SOMEONE WANTS TO SERVE YOU PAPERS !!
BE A MAN FOR ONCE IN YOUR LIFE !!
FACE THE JUDGE

COME ON FOOL !!

MICHAEL

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Of course, this wouldn't be considered bashing, right?

WORM.......
by: bashersuit 02/26/05 11:41 am
Msg: 5304 of 5308

INFO ON JACKMANAVE !!

HE HAS BEEN FIRED FROM VARIOUS BROKER JOBS AND STILL OWES FINES TO THE NASD FOR STEALING MONEY FROM HIS CLIENTS
HE BEGS MONEY FROM WOMEN
HIDES PHONE BILLS IN THEIR NAMES AND SPENDS HIS LIFE DOING DRUGS

NO JOB, NO FRIENDS AND A REAL LOSER AND FAILURE IN LIFE !!

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Given the litigious nature of Mr. Zwebner, would you risk posting anything remotely negative about the guy? "Stockjuggler100", at the urging of his wife and kids, apparently won't:

bashersuit lets clear the air.
by: stockjuggler100 02/26/05 12:51 pm
Msg: 5305 of 5308

I read about this story (USCY Vs Lycos, Wolf Blitzer and Turner Broadcasting)
I could not believe how interesting it was.
So i read everything about it.
Mr.Zwebner may be a nice guy and be unduly pressured by these internet posters.
I have a lot of respect for his brother that has brought YAK to were it is now.
So I will say YAK will be a success.
The thing i cannot for the life of me understand is how a person can spend that much time on the net and not more time increasing investor equity.
I think the people that have badgered Mr. Zwebner were at one time investors that have lost large amounts of money on many promises that have fallen through. I have been a victim of this before so i can see how people get upset and lash out. People gain trust in companies after talking to management and reading the PR's.
bashersuit if you are Mr. Zwebner i have no desire to brawl with you.
bashersuit I have never been threatened on a public forum as i have been from your last post addressed to me.
So my stockholders (wife and kids) have asked
me to cease posting to these boards no matter who you may be.
good luck to all and adios amigos.

juggler

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If you thought perhaps "stockjuggler100's" praise for Charles Zwebner and pronoucements of success for YAKC would gain him any sympathy, you'd, of course, be wrong-- since "you do not want to #### with Michael Zwebner!"

Re: bashersuit lets clear the air.
by: ppacinri
Long-Term Sentiment: Buy 02/26/05 01:09 pm
Msg: 5306 of 5309

yo juggler

Who said that Michael spends so much time on the net?
He has not posted on RB for a year. Why dont you go and look when the last time he posted with his MICHAELJ123 alias? Who says that he cant post on a message board on his time off. Do you really think he iws at work 24/7???

another thing..

most of the 'bashers' claim to have never even owned a Zwebner stock.
Michael has people watching the RB and other boards and your posts on RB have been sent to him and his lawyer

good choice in stoping your LIBEL and HARASSMENT. Maybe they will let you be??

you do not want to #### with Michael Zwebner!

Posted as a reply to: Msg 5305 by stockjuggler100

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Looks like "Stephen" is either back from his ski trip or "Michael" is doing his best Sybil impression:

Re: bashersuit lets clear the air.
by: bashersuit
Long-Term Sentiment: Strong Buy 02/26/05 10:12 pm
Msg: 5307 of 5309

hello stockjuggler100
First of all let me tell you that I respect that you are a family man and that your family is more important than chasing a CEO around on message boards like some of our bashers have been doing for years.

I know for a fact that Michael does not want to silence your free speech. He has always said that everybody has the right to voice their opinion. Unfortunately the bashers and 'Fee speechers' think that "free speech" is a ticket to harassing, libel and slander. If you have noticed from being on the RB board that there is a poster that Michael considers borderline..his name is elazardo

he is UCSYs number one critic (besides the worm) but he does not cross the line. He comes close but

THE LINE..
that is where the

FREE SPEECHERS" stumble over

GOOD LUCK

Stephen

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Not sure if I am reading this post correctly. Is "bashersuit", after calling "elazardo" a "scum bag loser", wishing good luck to his "wonderful family"? Or is one user of the "bashersuit" account responding to the other?

Re: bashersuit lets clear the air.
by: bashersuit
Long-Term Sentiment: Strong Buy 02/27/05 12:12 am
Msg: 5308 of 5309

believe me I am no fan of elazardo. I think he is a scum bag loser that spends his life on message boards bashing little penny stocks.
BUT unlike the JDAF cockroaches and the worm, he demonstrates an ounce of restraint when it comes to criticizing companies...

I would consider him a 'semi balanced critic'

Good luck to you and your wonderful family!

Posted as a reply to: Msg 5307 by bashersuit

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And on and on it goes...

- Jeff

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