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|Any sign of a response from Jub Capital yet?
Or is Adam too busy issuing a libel writ in the High Court?
I suspect not, let's see if he surprises me......|
All I can say is I'm looking forward to the response from Adam Dziubinski!
I'm dubious there will be one personally, but if there is I'll read it with interest.
If he doesn't issue libel proceedings now then there is something seriously amiss, IMO.
I told you this would get interesting!|
All quiet here today, I imagine a number of heated phone calls taking place, the next move could be interesting.................
With regards to the "disorderly market", can a single blog read by a few people be held responsible for a company's shareprice?
I would want to know where the large blocks of stock are and were they sold after the piece was published, before I would accept that charge. Do the large players in the city make decisions based on blog postings?
If there is evidence he is picking on the company for a specific reason, my opinion would change, but the spat seems to be between him and Jub Capital.
MKA has been an illiquid stock in Canada for quite a while, I suspect it was listed on AIM so they could raise funds in London.
I have the feeling these spats are between people that know each other, and therefore there may be some grudges being worked out.|
I do understand how defamation works, but instead of posting an open reply like he has done he could have posted it in a legal letter to BMD with a request for cease and desist.
He could have gone before a judge very quickly and requested an injunction to stop BMD posting, and to remove from his website (AERO did recently for TW!) but has chosen not to.
People are always trying for "harassment" because they can use the police, and that's free, and quick, but I have read BMD's pieces and I don't see how that can apply here. Can you?
Where is the "harassment"?
The issue is that he is saying that Jub Capital are assisting MKANGO, but in what capacity?
You have to ask for what purpose Mkngo have engaged Jub Capital, what function are Jub performing, and what is it costing Mkango for Jub's services?
I think if we knew the answer to those questions we may be better placed to make a judgement.
Based on reading the Jub response,tTo make the judgement that BMD is 100% wrong, and Jub 100% correct is a big call, the truth is often found in the middle ground, we shall see here.
Having followed the Mkango story for years, I would say that not all BMD's observations about the company are wrong...........|
|jbilt200417 Oct '16 - 07:46 - 76 of 77 0 0
criminal market manipulation is an offence under sections 89-91 of the Financial Services Act 2012
I am very aware of that.
The problem there is "manipulation" is subjective, depending upon your opinion, bulls always scream "manipulation" at bear posters, yet it rarely happens the other way around, funny that....
Otherowsie everyone here expressing an opinion is in effect, manipulating other people's opinions.|
I thought you knew how defamation works. It can take years and usually achieves nothing.
There will probably be other remedies available depending on the precise circumstances which I am yet to look at.
If this concerns the behaviour of BMD around the manipulation of AIM stocks I would not rule out the police, harassment action - or the regulator whose job it is to regulate and keep an orderly market.|
|criminal market manipulation is an offence under sections 89-91 of the Financial Services Act 2012|
Interesting response from the 'dubious' one! :-)
This bit interests me:
"but it has come to the point where it is now in the interests of our clients and our company, Jub Capital to try to set the record straight as it seems the FCA and even the police seem unwilling to take any action."
Why is he going to the FCA and police?
I don't this is a case for the FCA, and what does he expect the police to do?
There is a simple remedy, which he must know, and that's to issue a defamation action.
Yet he's not doing this, and I wonder why?
Surely he is going about this the wrong way?
This is a civil matter surely?|
|http://www.jubcap.com/news.htmlBmd and tw exposed scum !Chart right at the bottom strong support! Seller looks like they are doneWith limited free float !News due at least update fromMalawi visits!License renewal ? Jv for one or both assets ? This could really take off on news fast! Gl and dyor|
|6p funding has been offered. The bod rejected it as they don't need cash or the dilution.|
|There's lots of talk of MKA in Twitter with the popular posters. Many buy on their tweets.|
|Hi Will Appreciate the quick response. Keep up the great work. Yours sincerely Mr XXXX Sent from my iPhoneOn 18 Sep 2016, at 15:46, Will Dawes wrote:Dear XXXXX, Thank you for your email. I can assure you that the company is not insolvent. Below is a link to our most recent quarterly report. The MD&A is also on the website. http://www.mkango.ca/i/pdf/fs/Mkango-Jun-30-2016-Financial-Statements-FINAL-WD.pdf Please refer to section 2, Going Concern. As at end of June, working capital surplus of US$559,440. This is calculated as current assets minus current liabilities. Current liabilities are detailed in section 6. Also, as stated in the quarterly: "At the time of its AIM listing, the Company raised gross proceeds of £1 million. The Company forecast that the net proceeds of the fund raising, totalling £545,000, would fund the working capital requirements of the Company for the next 18 months.As at the current date, the Company's expenditures remain within budget." Long term liabilities are not included in the working capital calculation in accordance with normal accounting practice. Long term liabilities comprise warrants (which are non-cash) and unpaid deferred salaries for Alex Lemon and me. The circumstances under which these would ever be paid are included in section 7, hence part of long term liabilities. Alex and I are co-founders of the company, largely incentivised via equity, and so it is strongly in our interest to make it a success. As a Canadian company, the next set of quarterlies for the quarter ending September 2016, will be released by the end of November. Kind regards Will Will DawesChief Executive Mkango Resources Limited706 27 Avenue NW,Calgary, Alberta T2M 2J3Canadawww.mkango.ca Tel : +44 207 3722 744Mobile : +44 7785 702 947Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|#MKA management 'heading back to UK', presumably writing a handful of epic RNSs on the plane, ready for publication tomorrow and Friday...!|
|MKA have tweeted #MKA heading back to UK with @FrancesWallCSM after very +ve @HiTech_AlkCarb, field visits to Phalombe, Thambani + other areas #rareearths|
|Buyers creeping back :))|
What "Twitter chat"?
What part of the forest are you from?|
|How many have bought this on the Twitter chat?|
|Well said Andy my apols|
Or just busy working!
The petty name calling only demeans yourselves.|
|Not you jag lol|