DMND absolutely is a "candidate" for a squeeze, but not all candidates "get elected".
Shorts have been very successful covering (so far) given the number of shares short have declined along with the share price (that's not how it's "supposed" to work!!!).
For a squeeze, there must be a catalyst. I hope I'm wrong, but I just don't see anything in DMND's near future that would be a catalyst. The wild card is DMND receiving a buyout offer. Again, I hope I'm wrong, but IMO, IF a buyout were to occur, I think most longs will not be happy with the offer.
See what happens.