TO KILL INVITES ALTRIA CEO TO BECOME AN L2K DIRECTOR!
April 29, 2004, Licensed to Kills Senior VP of Corporate
Communications attended Altrias Annual Meeting of Stockholders
in East Hanover, NJ. The format of the meeting was almost identical
to that of the Licensed to Kill Annual Meeting of Stockholders
held the day before (also in East Hanover, NJ).
Prutspin was the last person allowed to speak during the Question
& Answer period. While speaking, she held up the logo
of our deadly company. Here is a transcription of her comments:
morning Mr. Camilleri (Louis). I greet you today as a fellow
tobacco executive. My name is Core Prutspin and I am the Secretary
and a Director of Licensed to Kill, Inc. As you know, Licensed
to Kill is a real company, incorporated in the state of Virginia
last year. The purpose of the company, as explicitly stated
in our articles of incorporation is: to manufacture and market
tobacco products in a way that each year kills over 400,000
Americans and 4.5 million other people worldwide. Our company
slogan is Were Rich, Youre Dead!
our company also held its Annual Meeting of Stockholders in
East Hanover, NJ. Our company would like to expand its board
of directors and is looking for people with experience in making
a killing around the world. Who better than the directors of
Altria? Yesterday, our stockholders voted to elect Altrias
directors to our board, pending a favorable response from them.
So my question to you is, as chairman of the board of directors
of Altria, will you accept our invitation to join the board
of our company Licensed to Kill?
RESPONSE: You were here last year and said the same thing.
Your comments are in "poor taste."
Prutspin was at the Altria meeting last year, but it was Virginia
Slime who represented L2K and posed a question of Camilleri, different
from the one posed this year. Read
of Altrias Directors were present at the Meeting and heard
the L2K executives comments, but none came up afterwards
to formally accept the invitation to join Licensed to Kills
Board of Directors.
are puzzled at their hesitancy to accept our invitation. After
all, what we would like them to do for our company is nothing
different than they are already doing for Altria. Then again,
their company has always been adverse to telling the full truth
about their deadly business. Perhaps our companys brutal
honesty has given the Altria Directors second thoughts about becoming
"partners in crime"?