Perspective By: stockrich0
27 Dec 2011, 12:00 PM CST
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David, thing is OVER, & here’s why…
A big indicator was TransferOnline. Shortly after that, the June 25, 2010 update from Kevin: he gives the # of shareholders, says he just returned from seeing Al Hodges giving him shareholders list, and makes a statement that all the company needs is MONEY to move forward and have a shareholder meeting.
Cut to summer 2011, when Al gets a call from a DOJ atty (who specializes in ‘settlements & arbitration’…accident, I think not.). Evereything here is being documented in the court system.
The other day I noticed that the number 622 billion was established by the SEC, not Bill Frizzell’s counter, also the period Leslie Hakala links to that number is “January 2003 to May 2005″. We all know on Jan. 7, 2003, Urban threw down the gauntlet, and released a PR that basically said, we’re under attack thru naked shorting, pull your certs… May 2005, was the end of the SEC hearing….In my opinion that is the beginning and the end of the STING.
My point is, whenever they lay out what they’ve done [or want you to think they've done] they don’t issue PR’s, they use ‘court actions’ to define everything.
So, in August (IMO) the DOJ atty called for the meeting. If you remember shortly before the SEC said, “Our investigation into CMKM is over.”
The Roger Glenn trial was perfect theater; ‘A reputable atty, and powerful law firm help us under the agreement we clear them in the end.’…and indicator that things were closing out.
Lowden’s summer update, “All we need is money.”…but he’s very happy.
Now here’s the ‘KICKER” that I believe very few have noticed.
I believe there were only 2 Basic functions that had to be attended to in all of this…
#1…Collect all of the money.
#2…Establish who recieves it.
For years people would say the SEC were our partners, I couldn’t see it. In August the came out and I realized the gov’t is on our side.
Al Hodges job was to lose this case that’s why he never presents any hard evidence. Why? Because Al Hodges case represents ALL shareholders, even electronic. All Hodges case legitimizes the naked short.
Who would have thought it was the government that made the case for only ‘bonafides’ to be paid. The gov’t cites “Broad vs. Sealaska” that a sub-group within a large shareholder group can be entitled, while the whole group is not.
Hence, the bonafide shareholder. The gov’t did it for us!
Now add, BOD leaving, new CEO who says he’s moving the company from Tyler…’has Tyler been wrapped up’?
…and Kirk[atrick admits that many of the financial victories are "uncollectable" whic we all believed while they pursued these cases, which means the money from these cases was never the point.
But once again, a company president is saying "All we need is money".
If there are no "mystery men" and our owed money is uncollectable, what's he waiting for?
EVERYTHING IS WRAPPED UP.
Even Al has gotten rid of his office.
The DOJ settlement atty closed the door in August.
What will throw the switch?...an announcement about the "622"?
I don't know....but we're there, and everybody is waiting, even Al and kirkpatrick.
One last caveat, when the company distances themselves from Al during updates, that they support him but are separate from him, I believe they're sending a 'signal'...
...If you don't like the way this turns out, don't come to them.
they can't help up you.
27 Dec 2011, 01:12 PM CST
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Here's another thing...
We've always heard that the 'naked short' was the HAMMER!!!
I never quite understood how that would play out.
But they Tyler took the unusual step of disavowing the term "naked short", going after Urban, and saying "Their priority was to identify all shareholders and return to trading". Of course,most share said, "Forget that crap, just make them pay the naked short."
But now I get it, Tyler's job was to clean up the company COMPLETELY.
Tax returns, court cases, find the [fake] wrong doers.
And the SEC would bless us with ‘wholeness’, which is the HAMMER.
Any companies that haven’t paid would be severely punished if our ‘overseers’ deemed it necessary to re-certify CMKM for trading, because that would automatically, without the need of a court, trigger all outstanding naked short to be settled before we return to trading…and what would the price be?…Whatever it is they’re hiding against a very small OS.
Many would probably have to sign their companies over to us.
I believe if the payouts are acceptable, CMKM is gone…and NEWCORP
becomes the new kid on the block.
27 Dec 2011, 02:14 PM CST
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Rosen, Starbase, I’ve been around forever..
But I won’t get involved in that chatter about WGS, Dinar, and the like. There are too many gurus pushing that as truth, and even more people willing to accept it as such.
…and I will not be mocked by evil posters.
There are many who believe like me, but they don’t speak.
Lowriderbill is a friend of mind, a very level-headed knowledgeable shareholder who rarely posts. Neither one of us wants to tell anybody they’re wrong for what the think, because we could be wrong as well.
So we’re quiet unless the right audience is there that motivates us to speak.
I’m pleased if anyone has gotten anything out of my words today.
…and I’m especially thankful that David stopped by to shed some light