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  • pascuaforensics pascuaforensics Jun 12, 2013 1:22 PM Flag

    MSX+Lopehandia PASCUA areas 0 100% of

    Lama the fake invention alongside with Glaciers bogusd lies 0
    = 7.5 Billion imaginary expense of ABX to steal and launder stock exchange cash under the false premises ABX owns Mr. Lopehandia┬┤s Mina Pascua areas of Chile.

    Lopehandia charged criminally ABX
    MSX charged criminally ABX
    sharehoders suing the liars

    What is next? JAIL TERMS FOR ALL UNDESIRABLE INSIDERS... no way out, no jail free cards are allowed

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    • Lama (Argentina side) never existed when Barrick was building Pascua (Chile side) in 1996 for $500 million and targeted production for the year 2000. It's about time Barrick faces criminal charges over this title fraud.

    • The judge accepted the fraud charges by MountainStar gold in 2 days, meaning the evidence is very strong. All Barrick can hope for is to pay off the Chile prosecutor to slow Barricks title fraud issue again. The law is the law, Barrick doesn't own Tesoro 1 1/30 to Tesoro 12 1/5 and ANARILLO 1-3000 is not gold mining titles, just non mattalic concessions. Barrick will never mine Pascua, they can only try to delay everything.

      Mtstack is an ABX troll trying to misdirect investors of Barrick fraud and is attempting to muddy the waters about Barricks problems, don't fall for his/hers tricks, Barrick is in serious title trouble.

    • LOL Looks like Mountainstar Gold will soon be owned by an 85-year-old woman since the MSX supporters believe that if a suit is filed the defendant *must* be guilty.

      From an article on Stockwatch:
      Mountainstar Gold Inc. and two of its directors are facing a $1.24-million lawsuit in the Supreme Court of British Columbia filed on behalf of an 85-year-old woman. The woman lent money to the company while under "unacceptable pressure" from Mountainstar's Brent Johnson and Tom Jackholm, the suit claims. The men arranged for her to take out mortgages she could not afford, according to the suit.

      The allegations are contained in a notice of claim filed on Thursday, June 6, at the Vancouver courthouse by the guardian of Jytte Jackholm.

 
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