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  • pascuaforensics pascuaforensics Mar 14, 2011 11:30 AM Flag

    ABX silence to MWR-TSX Pascua challenge is compelling

    Barrick is the master of public deception at world exchanges.

    Barrick at plain sight, has altered its Annual Reports re MIna Pascua Chile, into Gold under Glaciers, Pascua Lama farces.

    All Chile´s mine cash was laundered to acquire other replacement ounces, at higher production costs than Pascua´s USD40 per ounce.

    Barrick says it is the owner of Pascua, yet in Chile its cash laundering subsidiary MINERA NEVADA S.A has a pool of fraud regarding its flawed, imperfect and criminally oriented PASCUA LAMA PROTOCOL.

    Investigated this matter by the writer, Barrick is in overt criminal fraud, bank fraud, stock exchange fraud and money alundering.

    Barrick abused its power, Brian Mulroney´s libel lawsuit excuses against Mina Pascua owner´s in Canadian courts as libel lawsuit.

    Yet, today in 2011, Barrick does not own one milimiter of the titles Barrick lied in Court to have as owned over MIna Pascua Chile.

    It appears in all documents of public domain in Chile re Pascua title, that Barrick has been caught by MWR in overt Stock Exchange fraud.

    Peter Munk is urged to come clean with shareholders or forfeit the asset to MIna Pascua owner of record. What a crime ABX!

    Did ABX shareholders know that the only thing Barrick does not own of their cited 260,000 hectares near Pascua in Chile are

    MIna Pascua tself 100% of Chile side... and

    Randall Oliphant´s discovery of MORRO?

    crooks and criminals at ABX insider traded this fraud for decades on the know.

    Did you know it SEC or ABX shareholders?

 
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