Dear Brenda Leong, CEO of the BCSC:
When will the BC Securities Commission do its job and administer justice to the people of this nation?
We have documented many crimes of the BC Securities Commission in regards to multiple cases besides the U-GO Brands/Spyru saga. It would seem that the criminal actions experienced in our case (U-Go Brands) are pretty much standard procedures. Collude, extort, intimidate, obstruct, deny, deny and hide behind a wall of silence.
We have warned you this will no longer be tolerated, justice is soon coming to this planet.
We will now demonstrate a letter from a shareholder in a company that was called St. Elias Gold (SLI) that was destroyed so that the CEO and others could rob the shareholders of what may be one of the largest gold deposits in history. We have previously reported on this story here.
The Story of St. Elias Gold - Another Multi Billion Dollar Frap Operation for A Shadow Company?
Posted below is a letter to public officials at the BCSC and the TSX regarding the fraud that took place from a shareholder of SLI who was left like the others with worthless shares after a bait and switch scheme swapped out the valuable real estate for worthless dirt.
To: Jeffrey Shon; [email protected]
Subject: St. Elias Mines
To Whom It May Concern:
I am writing once again to present more information for the ongoing investigation of St. Elias Mines Ltd.
In the past, many shareholders have forwarded their concerns regarding possible wrongdoings of management.
Just to list a few:
We have provided audio of the CEO addressing the shareholders making false claims about Quantec’s involvement in Peru.
We have questioned the missing azimuths from the drill results, a requirement set forth in the 43-101.
I have provided documents showing our B.C. properties being flipped between management and family members for large profits. I have also shown how our Peruvian property, Cueva Blanca, was sold to the company of an SLI employee, not to Minera Elemento 79 as stated in a news release. This is clearly a non arms length transaction.
In July of 2014, a news release was put out stating that SLI had let the remaining properties lapse, followed 3 days later by another news release saying that “actually” the vigencias and penalties had been paid on 4 of the claims.
So, in response to a June news release, stating “The Company is open to any serious offers to acquire any properties in its portfolio.”, a group of shareholders sent in an offer to purchase the remaining Peruvian properties. I have attached the offer, to which we have received absolutely no response from management. I have also provided the Purolator tracking letter, showing that all 3 copies were signed for by 3 different employees at the St. Elias head office in Vancouver. Several attempts of earlier delivery were made to no avail as no one was there for receipt. One of the copies was originally sent to the CEO’s home address but was not received so Purolator was instructed to deliver that one to the office also.
|Oct 23, 2014||1:15 p.m.||Vancouver, BC||Shipment delivered to CLAUDA at: RECEPTION|
|Oct 15, 2014||3:40 p.m.||Vancouver, BC||Shipment delivered to SUZAN at: RECEPTION|
|Oct 20, 2014||2:02 p.m.||Vancouver, BC||Shipment delivered to CATHY at: RECEPTION|
I trust you will look into this matter as part of your investigation.