naw....they leave the messages alone unless I use profanity...
I have already explained this once, twice...probably 20 times in three years or so, but what they block is cut and pastes of court documents, and they are not copy protected, so I have no idea why they do it..I do suspect that it often the fonts used, or the format of the case numbers.
In any case, I post those same cut and paste copies on my Stockhouse board without any issues at all.
So once again Mr Moon bat......I have decided to stop trying to post them here to avoid getting extremely agitated. When they disappear......
I have been trying to tell you that for over a year now.....
I am exactly as I have represented myself to be.
It is you who is trying to camouflage yourself.
"Carnes says his fund is short about 130,000 shares of Silvercorp. After making $2.5 million from shorting Silvercorp shares, he has spent most of it defending Huang, Wei, and himself.
On Sept. 10, Huang was tried on charges of criminally defaming Silvercorp and using an illegal spy camera to video the company's mine. Wei didn't return to testify against him. Only Huang's two lawyers and a lawyer from Silvercorp were allowed to attend the proceedings. According to notes that the defense lawyers passed along to Carnes, police officer Yi Feng said that the desk and travel receipts shown in Wei's video were not Yi Feng's. When defense lawyers asked Yi Feng about his recorded comments, they say he had no answer.
Carnes argues that jailing investment researchers is the wrong way to try lifting China's stock valuations. "Corruption just makes investors lose trust," he said, "which is the most important factor influencing investment decisions in foreign equities."
Here is more evidence that I fear no one....
"In September 2012, the Canadian newspaper Globe and Mail reported Carnes' claims that Silvercorp was funding the Luoyang investigation. Before his incarceration, Huang had given the newspaper copies of what he said were hotel receipts that police officer Yi Feng billed to a Silvercorp mining subsidiary, as Yi Feng had Huang accompany him on several investigative trips. The Globe and Mail said that its checks with hotels and local tax bureaus supported the authenticity of the receipts. Silvercorp told the paper that Carnes must have forged the documents.
Haizhang "Michael" Wei photographed receipts, above, that he says prove a Canadian company funded a police probe of the two. Courtesy of Jon Carnes
But Carnes has other evidence he says supports his claim that Luoyang police took Silvercorp's money. On May 8, 2012, still free while under investigation, Wei visited Luoyang's police headquarters in an attempt to recover his passport, on the pretext that he needed it to register for the Chartered Financial Analyst exam. He came away empty-handed, but he did make a recording of his police visit. When police officers left him unattended for a few minutes, Wei crept around their desk, which the shaky video recording shows piled with papers. It shows him snapping away with his iPhone at what he says are travel receipts that coincide with the policemen's trips to interrogate the hedge-fund researchers. The payer shown on the documents is Silvercorp's 78%-owned Chinese subsidiary, Henan Found Mining.
I am not in fear of anyone.....and certainly not you.
Your assertions are utterly loony(barking at the moon) claims .You have no idea what you are talking about so it's pointless to argue with you.
Your judgment is in question as you apparently see everything through a faulty understanding of the markets, and thus the totally wrong perceptions of peoples motives. One might think that your opinions are all run through a racial filter and using this you impugn the motives of anyone who disagrees with you.
Seems to be a common issue these days and something that I speak out against whenever I have a opportunity.
In any case, you don't have a clue.....and since you have been posting under the alias "stockinvestment" you have never once made any rational sense at all, in spite of my every effort to find it.
LOL...."PLEASE ANSWER MY QUESTIONS"
Let's summarize this.....
On one hand you have SVM, totally embarrassed by a article saying they have exaggerated their silver value of a mining operation.
You have them aggressively attacking the people who gathered this information while claiming it was all lies.You have them putting at least one of these people in prison and causing others to flee the country.
Then they made those same accusations to the Canadian regulatory agency which has charged several defendants for essentially libeling and damaging SVM.
So now, after some time has passed it has become patently clear that not only was the criticism of SVM well placed, the actual exaggerations of the silver value was even worse than the Carnes report indicated! As the current share price also reflects.
Worse than that, SVM violated the law in their pursuit of their critics.
So tell me now, What is wrong with this picture????
Fabricated? Short seller conspiracies???LOL!
SVM is the regulated entity in this case. It was they who violated laws in China and in Canada.
Jon Carnes, was only the messenger or critic in this case. His accusation and supporting data did not even need to be exact or even verified, it just had to be generally true in principle and it was. he violated no law that I am aware of, but SVM did...
From a long "Globe and daily Mail" article....
"Silvercorp’s apparent financial backing of a Chinese police investigation, if proved, and the sharing of information between Chinese law enforcement officials and a private company, could represent a violation of Canadian law, according to legal experts. Mr. Huang’s Chinese lawyer claimed such tactics would also be a clear violation of Chinese law, although she said it’s not a widely enforced section of the country’s criminal code.
Chinese law stipulates that police cannot accept any form of payment for an investigation, including having an outside party pay for an officer’s expenses. “It’s illegal,” Ms. Wang said of Silvercorp allegedly subsidizing the PSB investigation against Mr. Huang. “But this kind of behaviour is taken as common practice in China.”
Such accusations might have more weight in Canada. Milos Barutciski, an expert on international corruption cases, said the documents obtained by The Globe and Mail suggest Silvercorp’s actions “may also contravene Canadian law where related acts or communications have occurred in Canada.”"
Just wondering WHO should be investigated in Canada......????
From Barron's.......late 2013
"On September 28th, 2013, Barron’s published a feature story on SVM’s corruption of the Luoyang Police, titled “The High Price of Digging Up Dirt in China.” The article was written by Bill Alpert and Leslie P. Norton, who together won a Society of American Business Editors and Writers award for their 2010 investigation of “reverse-merger” Chinese stocks.
The article introduces Michael Wei, a Chinese research analyst who the Luoyang Police forced to sign a false confession statement implicating Kun Huang, a Canadian research analyst detained in a Chinese jail for over a year. The Luoyang Police threatened that Michael must testify against Kun or else face a long imprisonment.
Rather than falsely testifying against Kun, Michael left China and offered his full cooperation to the RCMP as they continue to conduct a criminal investigation of the bribes paid by SVM’s management to the Luoyang Police."
I'm not finished with you yet!
It is patently obvious that the Chinese have a very irritating long held practice of blaming the messenger every time they get caught red faced with their hand in the cookie jar, just like a impudent child.
This practice is shared by every Marxist and their close cousins the Communists.
I for one, have been sick and tired of hearing the stuff for decades and I am at a loss for words that it is now apparently occurring in the US and other Western nation states. Places where coincidently, the Chinese have immigrated to, and or the Marxist revolutionaries have achieved a degree of political power.
It's copied right out of the Marxist rules for radicals play book, where you never argue with your opponent or critic, you simply concoct a bunch of false accusations and use the law and regulatory bodies of any particular western democracy to destroy your opponent without ever proving the accusations.
I for one, detest this practice. I find it appalling.
I also find it immature, childish, and without honor.
" Please answer the question whether Jon Carnes lied about his professional background and experience."
The question, which actually came in the form of a statement from you, is not relevant to the discussion.
I believe you are referring to a fake profile for his alias, (Alfred Little), which is a very common practice.
But I guess some idiots somewhere....believe everything they read on the internet. If it is a crime, then there is not nearly enough jails...
What is illegal is for a registered investment advisor or purported broker, to lie about his/her licenses and qualifications to hold them..
As far as I know, Alfred little, a totally fake identity, made no such representations.. He was acting as a private analyst.
But all that being said, this is not relevant at all to what Carnes has been accused of. He was accused of fabricating evidence that SVM was exaggerating the value of their silver holdings.
Over the past months and years since the report was released, SVM has restated this value downward several times, and it now is about one third of the original ore value they purported to be true when their stock was flying high at 16 dollars per share.
As they voluntarily took these values down to a more realistic level, their stock has reacted accordingly, and now trades at $1.25-$1.35 per share.
Jon Carnes was again correct.....
There is no case.....
This is just Chinese sour grapes...
Ah Ah ah.......
So why did SVM restate their submissions after the Carnes released his report?
Funny thing about the Chinese, they even defraud their own people. (not just western investors)
You want that with flied lice......?????
ah ah ah
" One more thing, those fake videos, websites, and internet news promoted by Seeking Alpha and other means must have nothing to do with you. Am I right?"
You are exactly correct......nothing at all to do with me.
All your accusations are baseless. You are projecting your failures on others. Gotta blame someone....right?
BTW.....SVM....(Silver Corp) was exaggerating their data in the same way that all these China plays that have been shorted and taken down have done. There are always two sides to a market.
As a long player, I picked the wrong side at the wrong time.
It just is what it is....
Using the Canadian regulatory system to try to punish Carnes for exposing SVM is a travesty of justice. I would heap blame on the Canadian system for allowing it to go on, but frankly, the same sort of thing is occurring in the US as well.
Just a matter of time before it all goes "poof", and the corrupted system collapses upon it's self as it is but a house of cards.
If I were you, I would be avoiding it, and not playing in the cesspool of stink.
I have been posting information about several china frauds for the benefit of the current bagholders..
And yes, I am a bagholder of Puda, so it continues to interest me personally.
As for it being over....The class action and settlement efforts continue as I write this, so it's not yet over.
I'll let the board know when it is...and you as well.
As far as my portfolio is concerned, I would say that is none of your bidness....as they say....But frankly speaking, I would not be looking to Yahoo message boards for trading tips...
Yahoo was at one time a fairly decent source of information, but to day and for the last couple of years, the board is so full of pumpers and shorts, trying to manipulate the trade, that it has become much more dangerous then informative. Long, or short....on any ticker..
No Ben....that's not the case, but I know you wish it was...ah ah ah
The issue is with their automated screener...
Since I post proof of my assertions, in the form of documents, usually from court hearings and legal submissions gathered from a public source, I would expect the morons who designed the automated system to give me a little leeway, since this is stock discussion board and posters often need supportive documentation.
But not so here!!!! No frigiiin way as they say...and I am not going to excerpt it or rewrite it...sooooooo
I am sick and tired of the baloney and I'm not gonna take it anymore.
I have complained about it for a couple years now...and today I hit the wall.....I have no more patience with these people..
In case anyone is confused about this guy "stockinvestment" and his apparent attitude..., His real name is Ben Wey.
He and others are responsible for or participated in the bringing of some of these fake, fraudulent, phony, criminal, and morally challenged Chinese entities to our US markets.
Look him up..........lol