By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM | Friday 17 March 2017
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Having helped steer Beacon Hill Resources (BHR) onto the rocks and signing off on the infamous hairdresser share trade I am delighted to see that loathsome Murray D'Almeida was now come a cropper a second time on AIM, leaving the board of Management Resources Solutions (MRS) with immediate effect today. He jumped before he was pushed. But hang on, all is not what it seems.
After damining revelations such as THIS and THIS his position was not teneble and he would almost certainly have been booted out at a GM later today. Of course Murray responded to the shocking Winnilealks exposes by getting fascist lawyers Fladgate to send me a bullyboy letter but also to tell lies to our ISP to get this website taken down. I reported Fladgate and specifically lawyer Peter Reynolds to the SRA for this as it is a clear breach of principles. I am happy to say that the SRA is taking this seriously, it wrote to me yesterday saying that it needed an extension before replying. It needs more than 30 days to make its enquiries into the shocking behaviour of Mr Reynolds.
The bad news for Management Resource Solutions shareholders is that this is all a con. Murray gets to avoid the shame of being booted orff the board but he will continue to leach the company as a consultant. Will he still be charging £1,250 a day? How many days a week will he be leaching? We are not told but I reckon we know the answers. This is a sham.
D'Almeida is succeeded by Christopher John Berkefeld, who was a member of the Board from February to December 2016. But do not think that D'Almeida will be safe for long. MRS founder Paul Morffew is still pushing for another GM and the company can stall for only so long. He proposes:
THAT Nigel Burton be and hereby is appointed as a Director on the Board of Directors of the Company who shall hold office up to the date of the ensuing Annual General Meeting of the Company.
THAT Trevor Brown be and hereby is appointed as a Director on the Board of Directors of the Company who shall hold office up to the date of the ensuing Annual General Meeting of the Company.
THAT any Director appointed between the date of this requisition and the date on which the shareholder general meeting to consider the resolutions set out herein is convened, be removed as a Director of the Company with immediate effect.
D'Almeida knows that Morffeww has the votes hence today's sham resignation. The comedy will continue but in the end the board will be changed by Morffew and other shareholders. But until then we will see more shameless leaching by D'Almeida. This stinks. The only consolation is that his fascist lawyer appears to be suffering some material discomfort.
Congratulations bully boy fascist lawyer low life scumbags Fladgate & twice AIM Casino shamed Murray D'Almeida, you have just met The Sheriff of AIM.
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