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CHINA AGRITECH INC Message Board

  • omyomyomyomy omyomyomyomy Apr 27, 2011 12:46 AM Flag

    Glickenhaus Own Worst Enemy Glickenhaus

    Glickenhaus I read your report

    Honestly, Sincerely

    Do You Honestly Believe The Stores You Took Photo's Of Can Sell Millions Of Dollars Of Product ?


    Did You Linger Outside For An Hour Or A Day To Watch For ONE Single Customer ?


    DID YOU GO TO A GREAT HOTEL BAR AND HAVE DRINKS WITH THE COMPANY REP ?


    WERE YOU WINED AND DINED WITH YOUNG LADIES ?


    Is it possible the answers are

    NO
    NO
    YES
    YES


    ?


    Did you have YOUR OWN interpreter

    AND DID YOU BOTHER TO GO TO THE ADDRESSES

    THE LM REPORT GAVE YOU ?


    THE LM REPORT GAVE YOU ADDRESSES WITH PHOTO'S

    CAN YOU REFUTE ANY OF THEM ?


    Did You HONESTLY WASTE A TRIP TO CHINA

    BY FAILING TO GO TO ANY OF THE REAL ESTATE ADDRESSES PROVIDED WITH PHOTO'S BY LM REPORT ?

    Or did I miss something and you refuted that with your own photos of the same addresses ?

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    • have you been back to China since ?

    • to you the answers are: no, no, yes, yes.

      but to him the answers are: yes, yes, no, no

    • More empty posturing from anonymous shorts. They are incapable of responding to Mr. Glickenhaus's honest, in-depth 30 page report. So they play this pathetic game of mud-slinging anonymous smears in all capital letters. What a sad spectacle...and it only reinforces the increasingly obvious absence of facts at their disposal.

      They should be reminded of Mark Twain's advice: "Better to keep quiet and be thought a fool, rather than open your mouth and remove all doubt." They have now removed all our doubts.

      • 2 Replies to bogoboy2
      • NASDAQ must have missed the big Glickenhaus report:

        The Nasdaq Letter stated that the staff of Nasdaq believes that the serious concerns raised by our former auditors, Ernst & Young Hua Ming ("E&Y"), relating to issues surfacing in the audit process rise to the level of a public interest concern, and that "[t]hese problems are compounded by the fact that the Company is now delinquent in filing its financial statements for 2010 and it is not known when they will be filed or what they will reveal. With no current audited financial information available to the investing public, Staff believes that allowing the Company's securities to remain listed would be contrary to Nasdaq's mission to strengthen the quality and integrity of The Nasdaq Stock Market, and to protect prospective investors and the public interest."

        And Bloomberg must have missed the hundreds of employees they should have seen, at that big plant and the vacant research center their reporters visited.

        No problems here. Glickenhaus says so.

      • Tis better to correctly attribute quoted words to their author when attempting to rebuke others.

        The expression you quoted is generally accepted to be attributed to Abraham Lincoln. In truth it seems to have derived from a much more ancient context as Proverbs 17:28 seems to hold eerily similar phrasing.

        Just daily food for thought :)

    • What part of:

      There was no response to e-mails or messages left at a Hong Kong number on "Lucas McGee's" website.
      McGee isn’t registered as an analyst with Hong Kong’s Securities
      and Futures Commission."
      Are you unable to understand?

      What part of:

      The "LM" photo's aren't CAGC's factory.

      are you unable to understand?


      There is NO credible proof that LM is anything more than a short seller disseminating untrue rumors in an attempt to manipulate the share price of CAGC.

      • 2 Replies to jamesglickenhaus
      • To quote the Bloomberg article:

        At a China Agritech factory in the Pinggu district of Beijing, a two-story building about the size of two football fields with the company’s name displayed outside, Bloomberg News observed about a dozen workers leaving by bicycle at 5 p.m. on April 18 as four guards stood at a security gate.

        At another facility about a mile (1.6 kilometers) away, identified in filings as a research and development site, only an outline of the company’s name appeared outside. A lone guard, who identified himself as Mr. Qin, said operations had ceased about a month and a half earlier. Eddie Fan, a spokesman for China Agritech in Beijing, said the firm had moved its research operations to another location closer to the factory and would disclose the address when it files its annual accounts.

        ----------

        Now note the Beijing facility was precisely the one that Lucas McGee said was modestly run (did some liquids).

        The other facility was CLOSED. China Agritech won't tell Bloomberg the address of the replacement. Why not? Because it is vacant too!

        Have you staked out plants when they were not expecting it?

        No.

        I have. Well I paid a Shanghai lawyer to do it for me.

        Bloomberg has. They sent journalists.

        What you have done does not pass as due diligence. It passes as repeating company propaganda when taken to a Potemkin village.

        When provided with evidence (and the Bloomberg statements are evidence) you ignore it.

        There is little gain in answering your questions when you will not listen to the answers.

        John Hempton

    • Yes they wasted a trip to china cagc poor mamagement glickenhaus poor management

 
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