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  • pascuaforensics pascuaforensics Nov 2, 2011 4:28 PM Flag

    ABX LAMA = moose (guanaco) pasture in Argentina

    MINA PASCUA is a gold mountain that is highly altered by visible limonite, jarosite and enargites (Silver/Copper) from top to toe.

    That mountain of Gold is 100% inside the lands under title to Jorge Lopehandia 2011.

    The same mountain, is the one that BARRICK GOLD CORPORATION acquired as salts concessions for 1.7 Billion USD from LAC MINERALS, however, BARRICK only acquired the SALTS & NITRATES CONCESSIONS.

    Mr. Lopehandia's metallic concessions for all substances, allow for exploitation of the Gold and Silver + Copper.

    As per Chilean Mining Code, Mr. Lopehandia will be able to sell BARRICK the sdalts & nitrates at cost plus.

    Barrick does not enjoy title to protect Gold production with the LAC'S 1994 concessions.

    TESOROS concessions ushered 1998 by MINERA NEVADA S.A Attorney HECTOR UNDA LLANOS over and above Lopehandia's AMARILLO SUR 1996, were ordered to die and be striekd off the Registrar via Judicial Judgment 2006, validated by SUPREME COURT 2008.

    Why does ABX list TESOROS as its property 2011? if to do that, is agaimnst the law? well then Peter Munk, prove it, show title to your name over TESOROS 2011.

    Barrick moved the actual location of MINA PASCUA GOLD MOUNTAIN to several areas of the Andes, running away from the center, including but not limited to the lies that: GOLD WAS UNDER THE GLACIERS!

    ABX executives be ready to face Chile's Criminal Court.

    It appears MWR has opened ABX Pascua wound and the blood is gushing out of the ABX PASCUA LAMA PONZI SCHEEME / 2011

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    • Way to go MWR - Moving ahead with Jorge Lopehandia..... No Mooses anymore on the Mountain of Gold.

      Oh, another release today...

      Mountain-West appeals dismissal of creditor's claims
      Ticker Symbol: C:MWR
      Mountain-West appeals dismissal of creditor's claims
      Mountain-West Resources Inc (C:MWR)
      Shares Issued 51,741,710
      Last Close 11/1/2011 $0.48
      Wednesday November 02 2011 - News Release
      Mr. Brent Johnson reports
      Mountain-West Resources Inc. has provided a short update on its litigation in Washington against the estate of Michael Joseph Fitzgerald. Mr. Fitzgerald passed away Aug. 9, 2009, and was the company's founding president from December, 1971, until October, 1995. He stepped down to vice-president for approximately three months in 1985 and then returned to his previous position. This following information has been prepared by the company's attorneys in Seattle, Wash.
      On Oct. 11, 2011, Mountain-West Resources filed its opening brief in Division One of the Washington State Court of Appeals in Seattle, Wash. Mountain-West is appealing from the dismissal of Mountain West's creditor's claims submitted to the personal representative of the estate of Mr. Fitzgerald and the later fee award under Washington's appeal rules.
      The opening brief challenges the dismissal on three main bases, including that the superior court erroneously concluded Mountain-West received the required notice to creditors from the PR under the applicable statute, which therefore means that Mountain-West's submission of claim was not too late; and that the superior court erroneously refused to permit Mountain-West to conduct discovery as provided under the probate statutes to determine whether the PR knew that Mountain-West was a potential creditor of the estate.
      The estate has 30 days to file its response brief. Mountain-West will then have 30 days to file a reply, which will complete the appellate briefing. The case will then be set for consideration, which may include oral argument to a panel of three judges. A decision is normally filed after about a month from the date of consideration, typically between 60 to 90 days after consideration. In this case, that would be in the latter part of 2012.
      Management of the company would like to pass further information to its shareholders and potential shareholders at this time. However, for strategic reasons, the company will reveal only what its counsel advises. At the moment it is in the process of getting a website constructed and also enacting the name change to Mountainstar Gold Inc.
      Management would like to thank its Washington attorneys for the diligent manner in which they have handled this case. Equally important, thanks to the patient shareholders.
      © 2011 Canjex Publishing Ltd.

    • my_name_is_dick_fcking_cheney my_name_is_dick_fcking_cheney Nov 2, 2011 4:31 PM Flag

      Hey Jorge ... if you actually own the claims, why haven't you removed the ABX workers or had them arrested?.

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