Hey guys, don’t forget to include James West in your action too. In fact, it’s smarter than trying to get cash out of the company, because the scumbag West actually has positive net equity and has enjoyed the benefits of his ill-gotten gains, while LSL the company is basically bankrupt. If ever a pumper needed to pay for his two-faced scumbaggery, it’s West (and by the way, he broke securities law by not disclosing his payment for the pump job…call it a handy hint, the rest is up to you).
And another thing: You people should really and I mean REALLY investigate just how this out-the-gates start-up managed to get a listing on the main TSX board right from the gitgo, rather than being listed on the Venture. Here’s tonight’s NR, here’s the paste-out:
TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – Sep 16, 2013) – Liberty Silver Corp. (LSL.TO) (“Liberty” or the “Company”) has become aware that the Company and its Chief Executive Officer have been named as defendants in a proposed class action lawsuit filed against Robert Genovese, certain individuals alleged to have collaborated with Mr. Genovese, and an offshore investment firm allegedly controlled by Mr. Genovese. The action contains various claims alleging violations of the United States Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and rules thereunder relating to anomalous trading activity and fluctuations in the Company’s share price from August through October 2012. The plaintiff purports to bring suit on behalf of all who purchased or otherwise acquired the Company’s common shares from April 1, 2008, through and including October 5, 2012.The complaint was filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, and, to the Company’s knowledge, neither the Company nor its Chief Executive Officer have yet been served with the complaint.If a complaint is served, Liberty and its Chief Executive Officer intend to fully investigate the complaint and will undertake a vigorous defence.About Liberty Silver Corp.