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To: jiggaAu who wrote (1044)11/27/2021 11:42:56 PM
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Kiwi Pom

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Unfortunately, today's mailer from MIRL also exposes grave accounting and financial discrepancies. In effect, the company has been breaking financial rules for years and only admitted it today, they are in a lot of trouble, and they know it. Even the most ardent supporter of the company now needs to step back and understand the seriousness of these reporting errors.

This is not personal, even though you might want it to be (considering your previous posts about my person). These are the rules of public financial disclosure, I don't make them, they are written by real authorities who then make sure they are adhered to (or else). MIRL has been systematically breaking them for years on end and will now have to answer not only to its shareholders, but to the relevant financial authorities.

To: jiggaAu who wrote (1044)11/28/2021 12:26:36 PM
From: wrkoutmn50  Respond to of 1341
Get lost clown!

To: jiggaAu who wrote (1044)12/1/2021 9:40:08 AM
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I'm sorry, I'm not convinced. Some time ago I emailed Benevides to ask him if he had a programme detailing the financing and development of the Ollachea project, and also when I might expect MIRL to refloat on the UK AIM market. I got no reply, but after sending a reminder email, I got a reply from Pedro Valdez, which provided no answers but asked for patience. Clearly not good enough by far.
If MIRL do not have a basic document like a programme by which progress can be measured, it tells me there is something seriously wrong, and that the management is grossly incompetent.
It is time the swamp here was drained, and the CS group must see it through if we are to have any chance of seeing a return on our investment.