Traveling Between A House Of Cards (Canada) And A Floating Crap Game (U.K.)

| About: The Intertain (ITTNF)
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Intertain's assets are not worth their debt.

Questionable management and related party dealings do not pass the sniff test.

Running to the UK makes little sense other than to fool a new set of investors.

(Editors' Note: The following is a presentation Marc Cohodes, noted investor, gave at a recent investor conference. Cohodes is reachable on his Twitter account @AlderLaneeggs. There is much greater volume on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol IT.)

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