Joseph Mitchell and the Chinese deal papers – Probably last chance to get a copy!

Punta Perla and the Chinese Deal

PuntaPerla.com is again down from the internet and it will be interesting to see what content will be on that next time? Those who didn’t manage to download copies of the Chinese deal papers before PuntaPerla.com went into “maintenance mode” can find them on another location set up by “Joseph Mitchell” – please visit: http://puntaperlacaribbean.com/doc – click on docs.zip to download and save them one by one before this location is closed too.

There will come a moment when these papers should be forwarded to the Chinese Embassy in Washington and London, because Dominican Watchdog is currently working on clarification of issues related to information received from “Joseph Mitchell” about Punta Perla and RM. We have sent an email with several questions to Alex Rood as it looks like he is the new head of communication on behalf of Ricardo Miranda(who will soon be very busy when the angry Irish investors headed by Ollie Reel submit their criminal case to the court in Madrid next week).

It’s perfectly clear that “Joseph Mitchell”  is not a private detective as first presumed, but a whistle-blower who is/was very close to Ricardo Miranda. Dominican Watchdog is not aware of the identity of the whistle-blower but we have several hours of very interesting conversation with him/her on skype and the person had extremely deep knowledge about everything around RM,even personal issues incl a story about the killing of a young boy by his ex bodygard/driver outside a discotheque in Madrid.

Dominican Watchdog has been contacted several times by “Joseph Mitchell” and asked to publish a lot of documents. However without knowing who “Joseph Mitchell” is and how he/she obtained the documents we denied to do so, because we have too often linked to sources that has later been altered or removed after pressure form certain groups within the Dominican Republic. And exactly the same happened now again with puntaperla.com(DW however have screen dumps of all the articles on the PP domain from “Joseph Mitchell” and will probably publish them one day if there should be a need to do so).

Dominican Watchdog has no interest in being involved in the personal problems between “Joseph Mitchell” and Ricardo Miranda. Therefore we will not publish any of the documents we have received from “Joseph Mitchell”. However we have contacted “Joseph Mitchell” several weeks ago and informed him to post the documents on www.The-Dominican-Republic.org if he is really serious about having a voice and letting investors know the truth.  We however feel “Joseph Mitchell” is rethinking his/her strategy…..

I believe I can speak for everybody when I say, that we are all very tired of Punta Perla .com, .org. com.do domains opening, closing and changing content on a monthly basis! Lately none of the domains had a telephone number, contact person or address where the CEO could be met. These useless US$ 500 websites are promoted by people like Mark and Alex who are all in Ricardo Miranda pocket’s. However Ricardo Miranda himself have not dared to met with any of his investors for years, to look them in the eyes, and tell them the truth about what happened to their money in Spain, Morocco and Dominican Republic.

Dominican Watchdog is not aware of any other development of that size where is has not been possible to meet the developer!! There is no doubt that Punta Perla is among the most unprofessional projects ever launched in the Dominican Republic. Atlantico in Luperon was another white elephant where over US$100 million from investors was lost!! And Canadian investors lost US$ 160 million when dealing with the former Dominican tourist minister. Victor Cabral got only 12 months house arrest for ripping of these investors, and believe me that he was not alone, but nothing happened to the rest of the gang who shared the money!!!

DominicanWatchdog.org and our forum The-Dominican-Republic.org has never been down or in “maintenance mode” – we are running mirror servers with hourly back-up to ensure our readers have access to all the important news about the Dominican Republic. To boost our ranking on all search engines we run several blogs(like this one), specific sub domains, twitter and facebook. Dominican Watchdog had over 14,000 pages views last month, visitors from 150 countries and 1050 friends on facebook. Power to the internet and free media – the truth will prevail, join us on facebook today!

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