World energy research

World Energy Research Chad Wills/Gabriel Conde -Confusing Internet – In order to save the solicitors of the company some time, I have included links in the post so they can verify for themselves the information contained. This information is simply information that World Energy Research themselves put out to the world, although of late they seem to have been busy reeling in some of the loose ends on people like Mario Delecce, but more on that for another post, which I will post tomorrow as it is quite late here and I do so want to get some kip. Rather than offer an editorial on the information contained herein, I simply will leave you all with this. When did Chad Willis step down, and when did Gabriel Conde step in? As well, since WER seems to be going out of there way to publish the educational and work backgrounds of some of their new management team, I think it only would be considered fair play to do the same for yourself Mr. Conde. From whence did you spring? Where did you work? I don’t think, now you are a publicly traded company, althought that might be stretching the truth a wee bit, that complete transparency would be out of line. And how about former directors such as Elizabeth and Jorge-can you please publish verifiable facts about them if they are to remain part of the team. Again, transparency would be welcomed by all present and potential investors. So, without further adieu, I give you the latest installment. Please see the next post for the information. Oh, I have taken screen snapshots of all of the links and so on just in case anyone was thinking that some editing of links might be in order.

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