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by Mike Caswell
MGX Minerals Inc. and its president, Jared Lazerson, deny that they owe anything to Lions Gate Risk Management Group Ltd., a company that provided security guards for Mr. Lazerson. They say that MGX has already paid $1.59-million to Lions Gate, an amount that exceeds what it is entitled to. They also say that Lions Gate did not obtain approval for all of the work that it did.
The denials from MGX and Mr. Lazerson come in response to a lawsuit that Lions Gate filed in the Supreme Court of British Columbia on Sept. 19, 2019. The brief suit sought damages for a contract in which Lions Gate provided a "protection specialist" and a driver for Mr. Lazerson. According to the suit, MGX cancelled the services on April 1, 2019, without providing any notice. The cancellation resulted in $176,398 becoming payable, but MGX refused to pay, the suit claimed.
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isis was hunting him? for that money he could have taken over isis lands an had oil revenue that Trump now has....
an illegal hand gun, then blasting a few in self defence, lawyer fees to get off would have been probably $4000.00. a KNOWN gangster was shot at a gas station i his G TRUCK- many drive G TRUCKS (NAZI'S?) and he was on bail of $500 and 5 months probation for assualt...so $500 only, and lawyers paid how much to get that? $500? judges et all in BC get 3x minimum wage right? so with the money spent why he not pay a judge to get same type justice? imagine with that type money spent with judge how long time people go to jail?