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fung_derf Member Level  Wednesday, 02/19/14 05:29:16 PM
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Urban Casavant "purportedly" dead....

February 17, 2014

RE: Death of Urban Casavant

To All CMKM Shareholders:

Reliable sources have confirmed the death of Urban Casavant on February 14, 2014 as a result of complications from a routine hernia surgery a few days prior. Casavant’s passing has been reported in PalTalk rooms and on Proboards since Friday, and it is indeed true.

It would not be appropriate for this company to publish any commentary about Casavant’s death that could be construed as celebrating or gloating. I have nothing good to say about Urban Casavant, as the evidence I have seen indicates that the man did many immoral and illegal things that have done great damage to our shareholder base of 50,000+ people. However, he was a human being with a family that is likely hurting at this time over the loss of a loved one.

In spite of his alleged wrongdoing, I hope that Casavant repented of his sins and received Jesus as his Savior prior to his death. If he did, he is in Heaven today – his wrongs covered by the blood of Jesus that was shed for us all. If he did not find that truth, then his eternal fate is far worse than anything we can imagine – only God can judge.

The entire situation is tragic, from the massive fraud committed by former insiders, to the suffering of 50,000+ CMKM/NHHI shareholders, to the early death of a man that we can neither celebrate nor commemorate. His family deserves common respect and the space needed to grieve over their loss. I encourage all CMKM/NHHI shareholders to extend this common and decent courtesy to the Casavant family.

I changed the name of CMKM Diamonds, Inc. in September, 2013 to get away from the sordid reputation of CMKM and the Casavant name. The events of recent days close another chapter in the long and arduous journey of CMKM/NHHI and its shareholders. We await the decision of Judge Scann in the Wells Fargo case, the extradition of John Edwards, and the impending criminal trial to follow.

In spite of the damage done to this company and its large shareholder base, we still have a strong hope for the day when CMKM/NHHI will defy the extreme odds and become a valuable, profitable company that our shareholders can be proud of. I will post Judge Scann’s decision as soon as I get it. God bless you all.

Steve Kirkpatrick

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