More examples of Sealaska's deceptions to it's own shareholders. I would need access to all Sealaska proxy statements and annual reports. I would need the records about our natural resources and how much have been sold and the prices the assets were sold at. Appraisals of properties sold and who the buyers were. Donations,costs and benefits paid to those in management and Boards of directors. The purpose of my request is transparency where we Shareholders know more about corporate transactions so we can make educated decisions affecting our rights as shareholders and stock values. Sealaska / shareholder RESPONSE; As I have communicated to you on several occasions, over many years, all other documentation you request below is not among the books and records of account available to shareholders. They are confidential and proprietary documents pertaining to the operations of Sealaska and to the compensation of individuals, which is information protected by state and federal privacy laws. VP Sealaska Corp. That from a management that cost almost three quarters of a million dollars per month. Dividends now stand at 65 cents per day. Correction Sealaska's CEO made $3,750 per day in 2009.
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