While I understand where you are coming from, I am simply looking for some clarifications as the first step.
One, we all know that there has been numerous "investigations" made of BH and the companies he has run. And we know that the IRS and other taxing authorities have made numerous inquiries. So, maybe, a little push from the stockholders may be all that is needed.
If Mark Ussery signs the green post office cards, then the issue of his being real should die. If those cards are returned, then, we may have some claims with the authorities as to who is minding the store. One obviously has to establish some sort of claim.
the problem right here is that MG is still legally in charge while claiming that this unknown character name Mark Ussery is in charge. And that the website shows that the address of the company is a post office box. By law, a post office box cannot be the official address of a company. Even when JCG was in charge, MFs address in Spokane was where the mail came, and where papers would have to be served on JCG.
Then, the second is, what will all the known principals reaction would be to receiving letters. If one is send to JCG, he probably would ignore it, or he might be willing to stir the bucket for the hell of it. BH, Ussery and MG would likely hide on any inquiries. But MF would be a candidate to say: "I am not currently involved with the company, and I have no responsibilities. I am not even a beneficiary holder of 5% of the stock. If you wish to follow up on this, contact IRS agent ABC, state tax agent XYZ, etc."
There is a chance that somewhere along the line someone will either give us information that will assail our concerns or give us information that allows us to take further action.
A few people spending 20 to 30 dollars to achieve these objectives do not seem like much to me, but everyone is free to make their own decisions. I will not do it alone, but if some others say that they will take similar action, I will do the same.