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LouisDesyjr Member Level  Monday, 10/19/15 08:44:38 PM
Re: pp29 post# 6439
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Not given up hope?

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, and I hope you are kidding, but the old common shares are 'dead and buried'. That is why they stopped the trading on the RSHCQ in the middle of the trading day like they did. I do not not mean 'dead and buried' as an expression, I mean that in that the entity that issued the shares, no longer exists and the old common shares are now nothing. The only 'thing' left of the old company is its bankruptcy estate that will end once the case is over, but in any case the common shares no longer exist anymore.

Louis J. Desy Jr.



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