In Form 8-K, Discovery Carbon CEO Reported 93% Voting Contro
 

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Discovery Carbon’s CEO Billy Barnwell recently announced having 93% voting control of EQCO2, Inc. (CLNO) after issuing himself a huge amount of preferred stock in an 8-k filed on Aug 30th, 2013 in an apparent move to hijack the company from shareholders/nBarnwell is being sued for fraud, misrepresentation, non performance and breach of contract./nOn Monday August 22, 2013, Discovery Carbon CEO Billy Barnwell called a “special” EQCO2's board meeting to be held at the headquarters of EQCO2 in Las Vegas, NV on Aug 26, 2013. This was the first supposed board meeting called by Barnwell as acting CEO of EQCO2 and it seems to be an obvious attempt to bully the remaining board member representing Crown Equity Holdings' interests. This meeting was not legal as there was no agenda./nBilly Barnwell’s first supposed board meeting as acting CEO of EQCO2, Inc. in an attempt to hijack the company, he and Shad Sullivan of Shamrock vote to:/n* Remove a member from the board./n* Place Arnold F. Sock Esq. (non practicing) as a board member. * Move corporate office to 282 Cheyenne Way, Zepher Cove, NV 89448 * Issue himself 500,000 preferred shares of CLNO to give himself a staggering 93% voting control of the company./nYou can find the Form 8-k at http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1371487/000147793213004086/clno_8k.htm, and the lawsuit at http://crownequityholdings.com/CRWE_vs_EQCO2.pdf with the Case No. A-13-687800-C at http://crownequityholdings.com/CaseDetail.aspx.htm
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Tags: fraud  billy-barnwell  arnold-f-sock  shad-sullivan  misrepresentation  clark-county  cleantech-transit  eqco2  clno  fraudulent- 

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