Thursday, November 27, 2014

Comanchero Bikers charged in brutal Perth Beat Down

Two leading members of the Comanchero bike gang are among seven men charged over a brutal bashing at a Muay Thai fight in Perth’s north.

Police will allege a 38-year-old man was confronted by several Comanchero members as he was attempting to leave the venue. He was then punched and kicked until he fell to the ground. Police executed search warrants as far south as Warnbro and as far north as Clarkson, where the seven men were arrested. All seven have been charged with acts or omissions causing bodily harm or danger.
Police say those charged include the Comancheros state commander, the club’s sergeant at arms, patched members and nominees.

Police said in a statement today: “This attack highlights the extreme violence criminal motorcycle gangs such as the Comancheros use to intimidate the community.”

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Golden Guns of Saddam Hussien

Saddam Hussien and his sons built an extensive collection of golden weapons.

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Mick Gatto defies taxman over $10 million bill

The Australian Tax Office has rejected an offer of $500,000 from Mick Gatto to settle his outstanding $10 million tax bill amid concerns the underworld figure has concealed his wealth among family members and associates.

Despite a sprawling mansion in Lower Plenty, a luxurious holiday house on the Mornington Peninsula and a Rolls-Royce Ghost, Melbourne's most persuasive debt collector and industrial mediator holds most of his assets in other people's names.
Mr Gatto's bank accounts were frozen after the tax office slugged him with the $10 million bill in November 2012, alleging he owed $2.6 million in personal tax, $4 million for one of his companies, and $3.4 million on behalf of his wife and children.

But the ATO audit is believed to have shown that Mr Gatto does not have any substantial assets registered under his own name. A $2 million mansion and $1.7 million holiday house have been owned by immediate family members for several years.

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Robert Bruce Duncan Re-Visited - Update

Latest from "Smallcap43" (Robert Bruce Duncan) ...

"So my old friend, have you told your son's the truth yet?

Have you prepared them for the day you are led away in hancuffs, it won't make for a pretty site I am sure.

Too bad you love money more than your family, a real pity.

Your harrassment knows no limits.

Bruce Duncan, CEO
Canada Carbon Inc."
Multiple spelling errors and improper grammar and this post is from the uneducated CEO of this Krap deal for certain. Truly the question becomes ... who in their semi-correct mind would throw cash in the general direction of a dumb and confirmed securities fukhead who clearly is going bananas?

ONLY the shadow knows I suppose. Pfffft.

Witnessing the sickening utterly insulting disgrace that is Mr. Robert Bruce Duncan and Canada Carbon CCB.v is much like watching a slow motion trainwreck. One is both shocked and completely unable to look away.
"Hate Mail Update

OK I broke down and read the inboxes from the CEO. I couldn't help myself. It was worth it.

I posted the supposedly offending screed at 3:53. At 4:21 the CEO wrote me to advise he had shown the post to lawyers and they confirmed my post was a threat. So in 29 minutes he got a legal opinion. On a late Friday afternoon. Uh, OK.

He then went on to say the post was being forwarded to "legal authorities". Have they elevated the status of the keystone cops?
The CEO copied two law firms and "stockhouse inhouse council". I note the last one because if stockhouse had inhouse counsel they would laugh at him.

Of course the most curious thing about all of this is why the CEO is sticking his nose into a matter that has nothing to do with him. He can't file a complaint, the post referenced old Bobby boy. So butt out Mr CEO. You have zero, and I mean zero standing.

Of course if one were to speculate one might wonder why the CEO was so impacted about a post about Bob. One might think his is the strongest proof yet that the CEO is Bob. If, as I said, one wanted to speculate. I personally don't partake in such idle speculation.

Lastly take a step back Mr CEO and look at what you are doing. This last salvo has shown again you are doing a tremendous disservice to your company and your shareholders. Reputations take a long time to earn and can be destroyed in a fraction of the time. I'm not sure there is any time left on your clock."

Subtle clues are usually the best. Neither "BobGreenfield" nor Bert can spell "counsel" correctly. Both appear highly uneducated. There is zero doubt about what this Venture K9 and his little paid fukpuppies are doing. The above noted poster is correct in that Bert's insanity cannot continue forever ... much like this insulting washjob.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Bharti Boyz do it Again

Post says minority shareholder rankled by Aberdeen move

The Financial Post reports in its Thursday edition Aberdeen International plans to raise $5-million over the next five years. The Post's Barry Critchley, writing in Off the Record, says Aberdeen says it will invest the proceeds in "quality developed mining assets in mining friendly jurisdictions." Aberdeen says it agreed to invest $4.67-million into a privately held Mauritius company, African Thunder Platinum.
Then, one investor, Meson Capital, a San Francisco entity run by a Canadian, Ryan Morris, got involved. Mr. Morris has written to Aberdeen and also to the Toronto Stock Exchange about a "pending dilutive private placement." Mr. Meson, who owns 9 per cent of Aberdeen, was concerned about the sale of units at 20 cents, which he says is about half the 39.8-cent net asset value per share Aberdeen tallied as of July 30. Mr. Meson noted African Thunder "appears to be a related party to the company, a fact that was not disclosed," when the transaction was announced. He also noted African Thunder's parent "appears" to be Great Lakes Capital Management. A Google search shows that five of the seven Aberdeen directors are also directors at African Thunder. Mr. Critchley says Aberdeen declined comment.
What do we have this time? Very, very obviously this is a "non-arms length" transaction and that being so it needs to be vetted (independently) by the Co BEFORE being entered into. Basically these BhartiTards are flipping off Aberdeen paper for half what its worth for their arsesome new "investment".

Its a loooooong record of Forbes and Manhattan doing this as normal business practice. It makes a body wonder, truly, why a public monkey throws a single cent at the BhartiTards.

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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Auction items in the News

The legendary 1890 $1,000 Treasury Note, popularly referred to as the "Grand Watermelon note," became the most valuable banknote in existence when it sold for $3,290,000, Jan. 10, 2014.

It's known as the 'Grand Watermelon' due to the large zeroes on the back of the bill. It was estimated to be worth $2 million. The last time this note was at auction was 1970, when it brought $11,000.

1863 $1,000 Legal Tender. PCGS Fine 15. $881,250
The 1880 $4 Coiled Hair Stella is six grams of pure gold and was never released in circulation. The coin was designed when there was a push in the United States for its own international coinage to enable easier trade with Europe. Congress rejected the initiative, but not before a handful were produced.

It is believed that no more than 10 to 15 exist. The coin made $2.75 million in late 2013.
A 1787 Brasher Gold Doubloon brought $4.58 million on Jan. 9, 2014.

A 1913 Liberty Nickel, "The Hawaii Five-O Specimen" brought $3.29 million at the same auction.
The blaster pistol belonging to Harrison Ford's "Star Wars" character Han Solo in "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Return of the Jedi".

The prop, based on a Mauser C96 pistol, changed hands for $ 200,000.
Lucille Ball's signature Lucy Ricardo black and white polka-dot dress worn on "I Love Lucy" sold at auction on July 30, 2013.

The estimated price was $40,000 - $60,000 ... it sold for $168,000.
An Apple 1 prototype computer, built in 1976, accompanied by an operation manual and schematic as well as a photo of its inventors, Steve Wozniak, left, and Steve Jobs.

One of the very first Apple 1 computers. An Apple-1 sold for $671,000 in May 2013 in Germany.
A Jean-Michel Basquiat painting titled "Dustheads" set a new auction record for the graffiti artist at a sale of postwar and contemporary art in New York.

Christie's says "Dustheads" sold for $48.8 million on May 15, 2013.