August 18, 2022 

2018 - The Triumvirate






I’ve heard reports of phone calls and letters seeking your shares for $0.20 a share. The buyers are hostile to Original Sixteen to One Mine, Inc. Some shareholders, current and past directors and management know they enacted a “loan-to-own” move to bankrupt our Company.  As its lender, they would acquire our property. I refer to this smarmy group as the “Triumvirate”.  You are making a huge financial mistake if you succumb to this offer.  Regaining a public market place, an equitable and evenhanded one, continues high on our list of “to do” goals. That will be a much better time to consider selling your interest in our future.



A group of proposed and existing shareholders are ready to beat the $0.20 share offer. As your President and significant shareholder, I have zero interest in selling my shares.  Additionally, I strongly advise you against selling at this time. I am prepared to confront the Triumvirate on August 31, 2019.    Briefly:






Intentional Interference by Silicon Valley Triumvirate: BERG, Quartzview Corporation, Haas:


Making false claims of violations to: Mine Safety Health Administration; California OSHA; Nevada County Sheriff office; Sierra County Sheriff office; State Fund Compensation Insurance; Superior Court of the State of California Sierra County; California Central Water agency.



Libel and slandering President Michael Miller and others; solicited our employees favors;  lied about environmental degradation by dumping rocks illegally into Kanaka Creek,  allowing gold high-grading, drug use, mismanagement; threated  lawsuits harassments; placed  surveillance  cameras on mine property; Hired professional geologist to prepare false and misleading accusations  about the mine, its  operations and our Company ; hired private investigator firm (California Private Investigation License No. 27223) to lead a fired miner into false and misleading observations.  Investigators Morgan and Salfen presented themselves as government representatives. Tortious interference, also known as intentional interference with contractual relations, occurred as Triumvirate intentionally damages business relationships.



Triumvirate’s tortious acts prevented the Company from successfully maintaining business relationships, one example of many: the resignation of Director Scott Robertson.  Damages occur when conduct intentionally causes a second party not to enter into a business relationship. Such conduct is termed tortious interference with prospective business relations, expectations, or advantage or with prospective economic advantage. Triumvirate wants a trophy, Sixteen to One mine.



Our License Agreement with Triumvirate is an economic relationship with reasonably probable future economic benefits and advantage to shareholders. Section 5- Relationship of Agreement states: the relationship of the Parties established by this Agreement is that of independent contractors, and nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed to (i) give either party the power to direct and control the day-to-day activities of the other. Triumvirate knew this and was aware that if it did not act with due care its actions would interfere with this relationship and cause us to loose future economic values. Its negligence caused damage to shareholders in that the relationship was actually interfered with and disrupted. Actions were willful and negligent.



Typical legal damages for tortious interference include economic losses, if they are be proven with certainty, and mental distress. Additionally punitive damages may be awarded if malice on the part of the Triumvirate can be established. All can be proven.



Quartzview also is in 100% default of every milestone and commitment in the License Agreement. The Silicon Valley corporate structure failed to identify a single target of gold with its technology.



Contact me by phone (530) 287-3223 or email: for any additional information, clarity or support.




Michael Miller



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