It doesn't seem like you've done your homework. Let me give you some help. This is a copper play. Many times, significantly lower copper prices translates into projects getting shelved (usually high risk projects). This is how a mining company operates. Walking away from an investment occurs all the time. Unlike the EPA assessment against NAK, there is precedence.
One positive, executives at NAK did very well the past few years. Newsletter writers who had private placements did very well the past few years. I guess the only folks at the table who haven't done well are you... the longs who only sell when their capital has completely evaporated.
Another emotional "long" investor who doesn't know how to set a sell-stop. I'm sure you'll find a scapegoat (government, environmentalists, fishing industry, etc.) as the price trends lower, that's what losers do.
Winners in this game play without emotion. They have rules, set sell-stops at predetermined levels. I can tell from your replies, you're no winner. You are part of a herd that gets slaughtered.