Something IS a little odd about that after-hours trade posting, but let's assume that it is completely accurate, and not something like a trade reconciliation from earlier in the day (which is not uncommon).
Someone buys 246,640 shares at a price that is $0.15/share HIGHER than what they could've paid at the beginning of the trading day. It is also nearly $0.20/share HIGHER than the 1,241,600 share purchase that happened in one block during the day on Friday.
Those are shares that were "dumped", and elicits a "geez"??