The accelerated payments come off the end of the loan term. Shortens the loan, but does not push out any payments. There is no way to stop this deal. If they get the votes, then it passes. If not, then they will just keep having votes (monthly or quarterly) until it either passes or the financing is paid off. I am not convinced that the lack of a "quorum" was not by design. What would be worse, Lack of a quorum, or the shareholders turning down the deal? Someone (Tomz or Hawthorne, and the BOD) got taken to the cleaners by financiers much smarter than them that preyed on their desperation. IMO.
Stock: HB cannot sell any stock until the S3 is effective. That should be about July. Currently, they hold a little under 9% of the shares. They cannot own more than 9.9% of the shares. Therefore, the next acceleration will be relatively small, a little over 1%.