ROB VITALE, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF POST HOLDINGS

 

Rob Vitale Post Holdings CEO

ROBERT VITALE POST HOLDINGS' CEO CONSPIRED TO CUT SUPPLY TO A-SASHI VITAMINS

With negative organic growth only offset by multiple acquisitions (“Post”) have desperately acquired new brands at any cost, but with long-term debt exceeding $5.6 billion and set to increase by a further $2 billion to close the $1.76 billion Weetabix acquisition by late 2017, (“Post”) is insolvent with net current assets of $1.3 billion consisting mainly of intangible goodwill & skyrocketing debt exceeding its market cap...

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Rob Vitale Post Holdings CEO

ROBERT VITALE POST HOLDINGS' CEO CONSPIRED TO CUT SUPPLY TO A-SASHI VITAMINS

With negative organic growth only offset by multiple acquisitions (“Post”) have desperately acquired new brands at any cost, but with long-term debt exceeding $5.6 billion and set to increase by a further $2 billion to close the $1.76 billion Weetabix acquisition by late 2017, (“Post”) is insolvent with net current assets of $1.3 billion consisting mainly of intangible goodwill & skyrocketing debt exceeding its market cap...

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Rob Vitale Post Holdings CEO

ROBERT VITALE POST HOLDINGS' CEO CONSPIRED TO CUT SUPPLY TO A-SASHI VITAMINS

With negative organic growth only offset by multiple acquisitions (“Post”) have desperately acquired new brands at any cost, but with long-term debt exceeding $5.6 billion and set to increase by a further $2 billion to close the $1.76 billion Weetabix acquisition by late 2017, (“Post”) is insolvent with net current assets of $1.3 billion consisting mainly of intangible goodwill & skyrocketing debt exceeding its market cap...

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Rob Vitale Post Holdings CEO

AUSTRALIAN JUDGES ENGAGED IN CRIMINAL CONDUCT FOR POST HOLDINGS' CEO ROBERT VITALE

Annabelle Bennett retired early (to guarantee an appeal outcome in the Federal Court of Australia when James Christian ignored Post's settlement offer to discontinue proceedings) and Post Holdings' counsel Stephen Burley (who represented Post in the legal proceedings when Bennett presided) has since filled the vacancy left by Bennett with Bennett returning to fill Burley's vacancy at 5 Wentworth Chambers to practice again along side husband David Bennett...

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ROBERT VITALE CEO OF POST HOLDINGS SINCE NOVEMBER 2014 HAS GROWN PRINCIPAL OUTSTANDING DEBT TO $4.6 BILLION AS OF 30 SEPTEMBER 2016

With Post Holdings ("Post") revenue declining by 6% in the Q4 2016 on a comparable basis to Q4 2015, a loss of $37 million reported in Q4 2016 and (“Post”) largest business Michael Foods reporting in the (“Post”) 2016 10K revenue will continue to decline in 2017 and (“Post”) locked in antitrust lawsuits with plaintiff claims exceeding $1 billion, (“Post”) is heading towards insolvency in 2017....

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Rob Vitale Post Holdings CEO

ROBERT VITALE POST HOLDINGS CEO CONSPIRED TO CUT SUPPLY TO A-SASHI VITAMINS

In late 2013 when Post Holdings (“Post”) were preparing to acquire, the PowerBar + Musashi brands and related worldwide assets (“PowerBar + Musashi”) from Nestlé in a $500 million cash and stock deal, Nestlé conspired with (“Post”) to approach Arnet Pharmaceutical (“Arnet”) a contract manufacturer of nutritional supplements in the USA, to engage in a conspiracy to cut supply to the James William Christian (“Christian”) business A-Sashi Vitamins (“A-Sashi”)...

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

Post Holdings (“Post”) dumped the Musashi brand at a loss exceeding $40 million, in a fire-sale to Vitaco Holdings (“Vitaco”) for $3.8 million on 1 July 2015, in the attempt by Nestlé and Post Holdings ("Nestlé and Post") to disconnect from Musashi to avoid liability...

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Rob Vitale Post Holdings CEO

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

Post Holdings (“Post”) dumped the Musashi brand at a loss exceeding $40 million, in a fire-sale to Vitaco Holdings (“Vitaco”) for $3.8 million on 1 July 2015, in the attempt by Nestlé and Post Holdings ("Nestlé and Post") to disconnect from Musashi to avoid liability...

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OWEN NELSON, GENERAL MANAGER OF POWERBAR + MUSASHI, DISMISSED FOR MISCONDUCT

PowerBar + Musashi General Manager, Owen Nelson, was dismissed after Post Holdings (“Post”) lawyers, Baker & McKenzie, instructed barrister Graeme J McEwen in 2014 to conduct an investigation into whether Owen Nelson had engaged in serious misconduct...

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JUSTICE DAVID YATES: LIED TO FAVOUR NESTLÉ DURING A FEDERAL COURT HEARING

Justice David Markey Yates (“Yates J”) the docket judge of, Federal Court of Australia proceedings – NSD940/2014 James William Christian v Société des Produits Nestlé SA & Ors ("Federal Court proceedings"), committed perjury during these proceedings...

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JUSTICE DAVID YATES CONSPIRED TO FACILITATE POST HOLDINGS DURING A FEDERAL COURT HEARING

Complaint to Attorney-General George Brandis – under the Judicial Misbehaviour and Incapacity Act 2012 ...

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Rob Vitale Post Holdings

POST HOLDINGS PONZI SCHEME STRATEGY

Post Holdings “Post” Ponzi-scheme is based on a dangerous business model of consistently growing debt to make desperate over-priced acquisitions and over-hyping the potential stock price target in order to attract new investors while staying afloat...

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