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Tom Winnifrith is going to flee to Greece and close ShareProphets rather than fight Aidan Earley said the moron: think again - here is our Court filing

By Tom Winnifrith | Friday 10 March 2017

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How do you keep an idiot in suspense? Over to Copperwindow, a moron on the ADVFN Worthington (WRN) thread who posts about 30 times a day how he is going to be rich and how Aidan Earley is going to crush me in Court. Yesterday, among his posts he stated: 

9 Mar '17 - 20:44 - 12670 of 12673

I wonder if TW is going to try and fight?
My guess is that SP closes and he goes off to Greece.


How do you keep in idiot in suspense? I decided to tell Copperwindow later.  So moron here you go. Filed at Court yesterday by the Foxy Legals. We fight. I reman UK domiciled and ShareProphets stays open exposing fraud in financial services and on AIM.! 

See the PDF here.

Aidan Earley says that he will use the courts to shut this website down and to stop me writing. His dim witted followers were also told that I would fold as his case is so strong ( it is not) and that he would "obtain a summary judgement against me in days." That was weeks ago. To the dismay of all the fraudsters on AIM, Earley's promises have been shown to be as worthless as 49 of the 50 companies where he has been a director since 1988 and which are now in liquidation. We will fight to send him packing.

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