POST HOLDINGS DUMPED MUSASHI AT $40 MILLION LOSS ON VITACO HOLDINGS

Posted on 24 July 2016

POST HOLDINGS CEO ROBERT VITALE
AND CHAIRMAN WILLIAM STIRITZ SCHEMED TO CONCEAL CONSPIRACY

Post Holdings (“Post”) Chairman William Stiritz and Robert Vitale CEO engaged in a conspiracy with Nestlé to cut supply to A-Sashi Vitamins (“A-Sashi”) and then for a collateral purpose of willful and malicious harassment instructed IP lawyers to commence a Musashi trademark action to be brought against (“A-Sashi”) filed on 20 December 2013 just over a month prior to (“Post”) announcing on 3 February 2014 it agreed to acquire, the PowerBar + Musashi brands and related worldwide assets (“PowerBar + Musashi”) from Nestlé.

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From left to right: Ryan d'Almeida CEO of Vitaco Holdings; William Stiritz Chairman of Post Holdings; and Robert Vitale CEO of Post Holdings

(“POST") DUMPED MUSASHI AT A LOSS EXCEEDING $40 MILLION
TO CONCEAL CRIMINAL ACTIONS

In October 2014 (“Post”) acquired (“PowerBar + Musashi”) from Nestlé in a $500 million cash and stock deal, with Musashi valued at an estimated $45 million. (“Post”) dumped Musashi at a loss exceeding $40 million during the (“Federal Court proceedings”), in a sell-off to Vitaco Holdings (“Vitaco”) for $3.8 million on 1 July 2015 and misrepresented the sell-off for Securities and Exchange Comission (“SEC”) mandatory filings, in the attempt to conceal criminal actions and disconnect from Musashi liabilities revealing that:

(a)  (“Post”) engaged in a conspiracy with Nestlé and (“Arnet”) to cut supply to (“A-Sashi”) and for a collateral purpose of willful and malicious harassment caused a Musashi trademark action to be brought against (“A-Sashi”) under the Trade Marks Act 1995 (Cth) filed on 20 December 2013 in the Federal Circuit Court of Australia; and

(b)  (“Post”) wilfully violated reporting and disclosure requirements under U.S. federal securities laws when purposefully concealing Musashi trademark litigation from the reporting of the acquisition of (“PowerBar + Musashi”) for (“SEC”) mandatory filings, to conceal material facts in both Musashi trademark proceedings exposing (“Post”) willful violations of U.S. antitrust laws.

 

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