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Pirate Peter Landau New Year Caption Contest

One of the happiest moments of my Christmas was learning that Aussie scumbag Peter Landau of Range Resources (RRL), Continental Coal (COOL), Black Mountain Silver (BMZ) and Okap infamy has had his assets frozen by an Aussie Court. As Wildes would say...Karma.To celebrate the fall of Pirate Pete, I invite you to post a suitable caption for the picture below in the comments section. Please do not hold back.. Deadline Monday morning

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Happy Christmas - Peter Landau of Range Resources infamy has assets frozen in Australia

Oh happy days, oh happy days. This may be a small crumb of comfort for investors in Range Resources (RRL) or Black Mountain Silver (BMZ) but Pirate Pete Landau has had his assets frozen in Australia by the Federal Court in Perth. As I remind myself of the numerous lawyers letters I received for exposing Range and our great work on exposing Black Mountain I feel it is almost ouzo o'clock already.

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Open Letter: FCA asked to drop a line Down Under about Pirate Pete’s war gold salvage caper

The FCA now has two reasons to call its colleagues Down Under, at the Australian Securities & Investment Commission (ASIC). First it might like to suggest that perhaps the Australian Women’s cricket team should represent the country in the next Ashes series. Based on recent form, they will certainly offer a greater challenge than their male compatriots. Second, after we pointed out the odd issue or two in Black Mountain Resources’ (BMZ) planned involvement in a so-called subsea salvage operation to retrieve >$1billion worth of lost war gold, perhaps the FCA might like to find out how serious the Australian authorities are in policing their small cap market and protecting British Private investors.

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Ask the Australian Securities & Investments Commission to investigate Pirate Pete’s fantastical treasure hunt claims.

Outwardly, the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) appears far more rigorous in dealing with wrongdoing on the ASX than our dear old AIM Regulation Team is on AIM. ASIC has a form you can fill in. British shareholders in Black Mountain Resources (BMZ) might wish to drop ASIC a line about the latest moonshine Pirate Pete is flogging. Details below.

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Pete “The Pirate” Landau and the incredible quest for $1billion worth of war gold, lost to German U-boats

Of all the escapades we’ve covered over the years from Pete “The Pirate” Landau, his latest caper with Australian-listed Black Mountain Resources (BMZ) is off the scale on the guff-ometer. Pirate Pete and his motley Black Mountain crew claim to have secured the right to a 20% stake in an undersea salvage operation to recover a supposed >$1billion worth of gold from two wrecks, torpedoed during the First World War. Regular readers will not be stunned to learn that Landau now plans to raise AU$6.87million in pursuit of this fool’s errand.

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Range Resources - Enough is enough

Last October, Peter Landau’s disastrous Continental Coal (COOL) announced the cancellation of its admission to AIM, after its shares had been suspended for six months. On April 28th, Range Resources (RRL) announced (to the shock of everyone, I am sure) that Core Capital Management would not be able to complete its $60million funding package, by the end of that month. Range granted Core an extension until today. We’ve just been told that Core has failed to meet that deadline and the funding deal is off.  Worse still, Range has been suspended for just over five months, meaning it is one month away from an automatic delisting.

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Black Mountain Resources; New Departure... Never Ending more like...

Almost exactly two years to the day since Black Mountain Resources (BMZ) listed on AIM and this morning we got yet another RNS from the company with sampling results from its New Departure Silver “Mine”. Although Black Mountain boasts that some of these results include “grades never before seen with historical results”, in practical terms this announcement means very little. In its original Admission to AIM statement, on July 25th 2012, Black Mountain claimed its objective was “to rapidly recommence low cost silver production at Conjecture and New Departure Projects in Q4 2012”. Now in Q3 2014 and the company’s failure to deliver on its operational goals looks like an increasingly bad joke.

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