This article is a guest post by Randy Andrews of randyandrews.net.
Oleg Volk is reporting that, in the midst of all the problems GPAL is having right now, he has asked to have his name removed from the website. Mr. Volk said “Since I have no actual influence on their actions, I asked GPAL to remove my name from their web site. The position has always been an unpaid and unofficial, but it did lend my name to the enterprise. Right now, I can neither condemn nor endorse GPAL, only wait and see how they handle the current problems. What they need for success now is well outside of my area of expertise.”
Mr. Volk says that GPAL “are also suffering from hostile action from outside” and he “got some interesting documents this morning which are going straight to the court: stuff black ops are made of.” Mr. Volk reports that he has seen the “evidence” himself. This evidence has been provided by “third parties not connected to GPAL.”
These are interesting developments, especially when it’s being reported that these GPAL problems have run some people out of business. Some people are speculating that GPAL will never be able to recover from this, even “if exonerated from all wrong doing.” Others say GPAL was operating illegally in the first place.