We are pleased that Angus Forrest has given his side of the story with regard to what went on at DLM in 2012 - HERE. Whilst we believe his explanations fall short of satisfactory, at least he has taken the time and trouble to respond to some of the questions raised but we still call for the noose. Answering his points in turn…
Many unfounded allegations have been made against me and my colleagues concerning our time at Digital Learning Marketplace (DLM).
These allegations have been made at the Investor Show and on the Share Prophets’ website by Nigel Somerville and Tom Winnifrith
I wish to clarify to the readers of Share Prophets that at no time did Mr Somerville or Mr Winnifrith contact or meet me to corroborate any of the allegations made against me or anyone else that has been accused of “malfeasance” across some 15 separate articles. As a result I would like to take this opportunity to publicly respond to as many allegations as I can detect from the various disjointed articles published on Share Prophets.
They are not unfounded. Much of what has been said is based on announcements and documents for which Mr Forrest was himself directly responsible. We note that certain allegations including the misleading CV Mr Forrest posted on the Shareholder Circular which saw him elected to the board of Tern (TERN) are not addressed. Why not? Because no amount of sophistry can hide the fact that Mr Forrest misled.
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