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Upon review of the Plaintiffs’ (Crown Equity Holdings Inc and Zaman & Co.) Ex-Parte Emergency Application for a Temporary Restraining Order and Motion for Preliminary Injunction, and good cause appearing:
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Plaintiffs’ Application is GRANTED.
All EQCO2, Inc. (CLNO) officers, directors (including Arnold F. Sock Esq. (non practicing)) have been issued a TRO (Temporary Restraining Order) by the District Court Judge Nancy L. Allf on Sept 13, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The TRO effectively shuts down all EQCO2, Inc. (CLNO) officers, directors including Arnold F. Sock Esq. (non practicing) from engaging in any activity that might be damaging to the company's shareholders.
The TRO effectively locks all EQCO2, Inc. (CLNO) officers, directors including Arnold F. Sock Esq. (non practicing) out of the corporate bank account and stops any and all transactions and issuance of stock certificates at the transfer agent that handles the company's stock transfers.
The TRO specifically prohibits all EQCO2, Inc. (CLNO) officers, directors including Arnold F. Sock Esq. from removing, destroying, mutilating, concealing or altering any documents that relate to Discovery Carbon Environmental Securities.
You can find the TRO (Temporary Restraining Order) awarded to Crown Equity Holdings Against Discovery Carbon and EQCO2, Inc. (CLNO) CEO Billy Barnwell (among others) at http://crownequityholdings.com/restraining_order_barnwell.pdf. Arnold F. Sock is Secretary and CFO of CLNO; Shad Sullivan is Director of the company.
Arnold F. Sock Esq. (non practicing) as CFO of Discovery Carbon is directly involved in a court case related to what clearly appears to be an unlawful hijack attempt by Discovery Carbon CEO Billy Barnwell.
Crown Equity Holdings is seeking a cancellation of the Exchange Agreement between Discovery Carbon Environmental Securities and Cleantech Transit, Inc. In addition, Crown Equity had notified the SEC, Finra and FBI of possible inappropriate solicitations, fraud and lack of transparency by EQCO2, Inc. (CLNO) CEO Billy Barnwell.
The Legal Complaint alleges breach of contract, nonperformance, fraud and misrepresentation against the Defendants.
Read the entire Lawsuit at (http://crownequityholdings.com/CRWE_vs_EQCO2.pdf) with the Case No. A-13-687800-C (http://crownequityholdings.com/CaseDetail.aspx.htm) and Current SEC Filings at http://crownequityholdings.com/sec_filings.html.
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