CMKX Shareholders Coalition

August 24, 2010 16:00 ET

CMKX Shareholders Coalition for Justice Files A Complaint Against the Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Governmental Agencies That Fail To Comply With The True Purpose Of Their Existence Must Be Held Accountable

KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Aug. 24, 2010) -

Of interest to statesmen/stateswomen from all countries, investigative journalists, and constitutional attorneys, all of whom advocate the true purpose of government

The CMKX Shareholders Coalition for Justice (COALITION) announces that on August 17, 2010, it filed a complaint, File Number PC-2010-2144, with the Canadian Public Complaints Commission against the Commercial Crimes Division Unit of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in British Columbia, Canada. The complaint is predicated upon the RCMP's breaches of duty for its failure to investigate the extensive evidence, RECOL Complaint ID: 87148, that the COALITION has presented it since May 26, 2009, pertaining to the egregious crimes committed against CMKM Diamonds, Inc., (CMKM).

Included in the extensive evidence is the 3.87 trillion dollar Bivens Action, Civil Action No. 1000031, David Anderson, Lt. Col, et al, vs. Christopher Cox, et al, Complaint for Declaratory Judgment and for Damages for Violation of Civil Rights, January 4, 2010, United States District Court, Central District of California, filed by A. Clifton Hodges, Esq., Hodges and Associates. (Bivens Action).

According to the Bivens Action, at some date prior to June 1, 2004, Robert A. Maheu, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Department of Justice, and the Department of Homeland Security allegedly used CMKM in a sting operation to trap a number of widely disbursed entities and persons, such as illegitimate brokers, dealers, market makers, and hedge funds, who were allegedly engaged in illegal naked short selling and cellar boxing the stock of CMKM. Between June 1, 2004, and October 28, 2005, a total of 2.25 trillion phantom shares of CMKM were allegedly sold into the public market.

Between March 2004 and August 2006, Robert A. Maheu, with assistance of others and on behalf of CMKM, allegedly reached a settlement with the perpetrators who had engaged in illegal naked short selling and cellar boxing the stock of CMKM. The US government promised that it would not prosecute the perpetrators in exchange for the promise of the perpetrators to pay negotiated amounts to a frozen trust for disbursal at a later time to CMKM shareholders.

The Securities and Exchange Commission allegedly controls said monies and refuses to release it to CMKM shareholders. The Depository Trust Clearing Corporation, the Federal Reserve, the United States Treasury and the Bank of America are the entities which allegedly hold and maintain said monies.

About CMKX Shareholders Coalition for Justice

Pro-ACTION shareholders of CMKM have established the COALITION for the particular purposes of uncovering the truth pertaining to CMKM, coercing the perpetrators to compensate CMKM shareholders for the harm that has been perpetrated against them, making certain that said perpetrators are held accountable for their malfeasance, and for the general purpose of forcing governmental agencies to comply with the true purpose of their existence. The COALITION feels that if the RCMP would perform its mandated duties and investigate the extensive evidence that the COALITION has presented, it would bring about an end to the alleged crimes currently being committed against thousands of shareholders and force the release of money held in trust for their benefit.

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