MMTLP investors are now reaching out to the Oversight Committee as well as the Financial Service and Senate Committee to make a collective stance on the events that occurred just months ago when FINRA froze trading and delisted the ticker.
Investors who held shares of MMTLP stock on the record date of December 12 would receive a preferred dividend of Next Bridge Hydrocarbon on Wednesday, December the 14th.
Investors anticipated a long-awaited MMTLP short squeeze during the last few trading days prior to the spinoff — primarily due to big buying volume flooding the market to receive Next Bridge Hydrocarbon shares.
However, MMTLP stock stopped trading on Thursday, December 8 after FINRA delisted the security without notice or warning.
FINRA released a public FAQ on the issue last week, but only acknowledged the events that occurred rather than provide shareholders with a solution or direct answer to the whereabouts of their missing stock.
“Remember, the way this works is everyone contacts their own reps, then they all convene behind the scenes with their staff and determine who is going to run with this because it is a big deal. This IS with the oversight committee and they are on it!”, said John Brda.
John Brda Says Subpoenas Are Going Out
“What’s interesting is that we’re going to find out one way or another, whether we have to do it through the court system or whether congress is going to effectuate change in a way that they can.
We’re going to find out, we’re not gonna stop in this effort so, we have what we believe are, if we end up filing suit in that manner, we have what we believe are basically bulletproof items that will survive motion to dismiss, and then the discovery process starts.
And then discovery is a wide-open door for us to understand actually who all the bad actors are, you know broker dealers involved, market makers, hedge funds, FINRA, DTCC, everybody; everybody’s gonna get subpoenaed for their information.
So, no I don’t believe it’s gonna go away and no I don’t believe it’s gonna be swept under the rug.
We’re hitting this from both angles, through congress and through the court system and we’re not going away — it’s just not gonna happen”, said John Brda in a space call.
What Are the Committees Saying about MMTLP?
Shareholders are stating that the Oversight Committee is aware of what’s happened with MMTLP but are refusing to speak more on it.
There are no answers to whether the Oversight Committee will take any action yet but investors who have reached out have said that the committees are very well aware of the events.
The purpose of the Oversight Committee is to ensure the efficiency, effectiveness, and accountability of the federal government and all its agencies.
“We provide a check and balance on the role and power of Washington – and a voice to the people it serves.”
As more investors reach out to the committee, the more pressure is placed on government to hold the culprits behind the MMTLP scandal accountable.
Oversight Committee Number: (202) 225-5074.
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We have been hearing this for 2 years. The corruption is too great. Who benefits from the fines being paid…