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Shareholder / Number of shares in Company’s issued Alexander Mining plc / Approximate

percentage of the Number of shares in Company’s issued capital

LYNCHWOOD NOMINEES LIMITED 20,358,717 11.6

EBULLIO RESOURCES FUND (CAYMAN) 20,040,000 11.4

HANOVER NOMINEES LIMITED 17,164,992 9.7

MATTHEW SUTCLIFFE 10,906,000 6.2

BARCLAYSHARE NOMINEES LIMITED 9,371,162 5.3

ROCK NOMINEES LIMITED 6,756,000 3.8

STEPHANE LAMOINE 6,000,000 3.4

TD DIRECT INVESTING NOMINEES LIMITED 5,994,627 3.4

LR NOMINEES LIMITED 5,295,206 3.0

 

From STV's 'Who owns Rangers' thing:

 

Name Holding %

 

Lynchwood Nominees Limited 1,203,800 1.48%

Hanover Nominees 107,796 0.13%

Barclayshare Nominees 1,015,804 1.25%

Rock Nominees 275,000 0.34%

TD Direct Investing Nominees 709,000 0.87%

LR Nominees 91,000 0.11%

 

No doubt it's all purely coincidental.

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Shareholder / Number of shares in Company’s issued Alexander Mining plc / Approximate

percentage of the Number of shares in Company’s issued capital

LYNCHWOOD NOMINEES LIMITED 20,358,717 11.6

EBULLIO RESOURCES FUND (CAYMAN) 20,040,000 11.4

HANOVER NOMINEES LIMITED 17,164,992 9.7

MATTHEW SUTCLIFFE 10,906,000 6.2

BARCLAYSHARE NOMINEES LIMITED 9,371,162 5.3

ROCK NOMINEES LIMITED 6,756,000 3.8

STEPHANE LAMOINE 6,000,000 3.4

TD DIRECT INVESTING NOMINEES LIMITED 5,994,627 3.4

LR NOMINEES LIMITED 5,295,206 3.0

 

From STV's 'Who owns Rangers' thing:

 

Name Holding %

 

Lynchwood Nominees Limited 1,203,800 1.48%

Hanover Nominees 107,796 0.13%

Barclayshare Nominees 1,015,804 1.25%

Rock Nominees 275,000 0.34%

TD Direct Investing Nominees 709,000 0.87%

LR Nominees 91,000 0.11%

 

No doubt it's all purely coincidental.

 

Many of those nominees will hold shares in practically every company there is.

 

When you buy shares nowadays more often than not they will be held in a nominee account unless you specifically request to the contrary.

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They have acquired an injunction against tom. Blog up today. One might want to take copies of some of the articles.

Love his attitude of see you In court bitches.

 

He should be ok as a Judge has already decreed that information, emails etc from the same source can be used in court.

 

Aiden Earley, the shadow director of the fraud Worthington (WRN) – who borrowed £375,000 – from the company as soon as he gained control, using money borrowed from convicted felon Kevin Sykes, today obtained an interim injunction against me.

 

That means that I cannot publish any more emails from Earley - other than the ones he sent me last week trying to work out when I was back in the UK as I could not be served when in Greece, under the guise of saying that he was praying for my soul - and indeed when formerly served – tomorrow I guess – I shall have 48 hours to remove those I have published from the internet and to destroy any copies I may have.

 

I am being asked to hand over any emails or documents that I have.

 

I shall comply with that order from that court order. If is lifted on 11th March then if I can obtain new copies of those emails and documents I shall republish as it is in the public interest.

 

On 11th March I shall be in Court fighting this injunction on the basis that I have obtained nothing illegally – I have not – and what I have published is in the public interest. I will not under any circumstance reveal my source or sources. I am being asked to reveal who I have sent the documents and emails to. As it happens that will be no-one other than the FCA and SFO.

 

I am free to comment on the fraud Worthington and shall do so and I am not backing down. See you in Court bitchez!

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Tom Winnifrith court win


He's the blogger on Shareprophets who has been outing Aiden Earley's "questionable" dealings along with his buddy Whyte. Earley tried to take out an injunction against Winnifrith to stop e-mails and documents being published, lost today and has to pay the costs. Looking forward to seeing more of the documents being published now.

 

 

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