LADDERY ON THE HIGH SEAS

updated Nov. 29

Captain Stabbin corresponds from the SS Lucky Lad,
somewhere between Natal and Banjul (or Bandung, or Bangor).
The Lads want to know what's in your wallet!


From: "Jonathan Mokoena" [joe_mok60@africamail.com]

To: joe_mok60@africamail.com  
Subject: Please Get Back, It Is Confidential  
Date: Wed, 18 Sep 2002 06:05:41 -0500   

Attn: The Managing Director,   

My mail may come to you as a surprise, but sincerely this is a 
proposal for a business deal that will benefit both of us. I am 
contacting you after a frantic search for a person who will be 
trustworthy and capable of handling a business of this dimension. 
  
My name is Mr. Jonathan Mokoena, the Under-Secretary in charge of 
Intergration at the Specialized Technical Committee of theAfrican 
Union (AU), formerly Organization of Afriacn Unity (OAU). You may be 
aware of the transformation of the OAU to AU, and the mandate to 
build a new united Africa modelled on the pattern of European Union 
(EU). For this therefore, the various African leaders recently 
inaugurated the New Patnership for African Development 
(NEPAD). NEPAD is to streamline Africa towards achieving a common 
market, defence force, currency, foreign policy, judiciary etc. For 
the above, the various African countries have made whosoever 
contributions in hundreds of million dollars. We have equally 
received grants/aids from the EU, USA and other international 
governments and agencies. These moneies in all have ran into millions 
of dollars.
  
As the officer in charge of receiving and managing these funds and 
executing the projects for which they are ment for, I have received 
all the money expected. I have also prepared my account which I have 
submitted to the AU High Command, and it has been approved by the AU 
Secratary-General, Dr. Amara Essy. However, in some of the money 
received, some of the donor countries and international bodies 
remitted to us amounts in excess of what they pledged. The AU before 
now, has written to all of them to acknowledge the receipt of the 
monies from them. The money in excess and which I have kept out with 
only me having knowledge of it, is in the turn of Two Hundred and 
Thirty-Five Million United States Dollars (US$235,000,000.00). As it 
is now, this money belongs to me, as neither the AU nor any of the 
donor countries/international agencies has declared their money 
missing. 
  
I am therefore contacting you to assist me with the movement and 
safe-keeping of this fund. As a public officer in my category, I 
cannot openly put this money into any bank here in Addis Ababa, 
Ethiopia, the AU headquarters where I am now, or in any other part of 
Africa, as an 
account holder. This will surely raise eyebrows and expose me. I have 
therefore concealed this amount of US$235M in four metal trunk boxes, 
and declared them as artefacts belonging to a foreigner. I deposited 
the boxes with a Security Company based in Johannesbourg, South 
Africa, and which has an affliate office in Accra,Ghana and Banjul, 
The Gambia. These cities are safe havens for this kind of 
transaction. 
  
This transaction will however be hitch-free. So, I would therefore 
want you to be in Johanesbourg, South Africa or Accra, Ghana or 
Banjul, The Gambia for the clearing and claiming of this fund. I will 
furnish you with information/documents on how you will stand as the 
beneficiary of the boxes. I have decided to give to you 40% of the 
total amount involved. 
  
Please I will want you to contact me on this e-mail address 
joe_mok60@africamail.com 
  
Also, you have to assure me of the secrecy and confidentiality in 
this transaction. 

Thanks in anticipation of your valued co-operation. 

Mr. Jonathan Mokoena. 

From: "Lonslo Tossov"
 
To:  joe_mok60@africamail.com  
Date:  20 Sep 2002, 02:22:36 AM   
Subject:  Re: Please Get Back, It Is Confidential   
 
HELLO MOKOENA   

YES THIS IS OF INTEREST_ BUT I WILL HAVE TO INVOLVE MY BUSINESS PARTNER 
CAPTAIN STABBIN WHO HAS VESTED INTERESTS IN NATAL CAN YOU APPROVE THIS 
MATTER AND THEN WE CAN TAKE THINGS FORWARDS_SUGGEST YOU DO THIS AT ONCE 
AND GET THINGS UNDERWAY, MAKE ALL ARRANGEMENTS.   

IF YOU ARE SERIOUS THEN WRITE BACK AT ONCE AS I DO NOT WANT ANY TROUBLES 
IN SUCH BIG OPPORTUNITIES   

TOSSOV   

From:  Captin Stabbin   
To:  joe_mok60@africamail.com  
Date:  20 Sep 2002, 08:14:53 AM    

Dear Sir  

My friend Mr Tossov tells me that you have an exciting venture for us, 
please forward on all the details and I will examine it with interest.  

I was for a long while in the Natal Naval Force, stationed off Mbelongawank,
and have some small funds to invest after finding this enforced, honourable
retirement irksome and somewhat dull. If your offer sounds ship shape and
genuine enough, then we can look forward to doing business with you. 
My current situation means that I am able to give my fullest attention 
to your suggestions and travel easily.  

Please ensure that you copy Lonslo into any communication that is next
forthcoming.  

Best regards sir,  

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d) 
Marsol Hotel 
Av. Senador Dinarte Mariz, 1567 
Via Costeira - Natal 
Phone/Fax: +55 (84) 202.1300

From: "Jonathan Mokoena" [joe_mok60@africamail.com]
  
To: Captain Stabbin 
CC: Lonslo Tossov  
Subject: i am expecting to your hearing.  
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2002 06:09:18 -0500   

DEAR CAPT STABBIN,/LONSLO.  
MANY THANKS TO YOUR PROMPT RESPONSE AND YOUR WILLINGNESS TOWARDS ASSISTING ME 
IN SECURING THIS FUND {$235M}.I AM WELL PLEASED WITH BOTH ACCEPTANCE. 

FRIST AND FOREMOST,I WOULD WANT BOTH PARTIES TO WORK AS A TERM, THEREBY THERE 
WILL BE NO CHEAT OF ANY KIND SINCE YOU ARE GOING TO BE IN POSSESSION OF THE FUNDS 
ONCE CLEARED FROM THE SECURITY COMPANY. I WOULD WANT YOU TO ASSUER ME ON THIS.
  
SECONDLY,FROM MY FIRST MAIL TO YOU, I OFFERED YOU 40% OF THE TOTAL SUM.I AM STILL 
ON IT AS FAR AS YOU HAVE AGREED TO ASSIST IN CONELUDING THIS TRANSACTION.  
THIRD,I AM ALSO ASSURING YOU THAT 10% OF THIS MONEY WILL BE SET ASIDE TO OFFSET 
BOTH EXPENSES. THIS 10% HAVE TO BE MAPPED OUT FIRST BEFORE WE GO IN TO SHARING. 
SO AS FROM THIS MOMENT, KEEP RECORD OF ALL YOUR EXPENSES WHILE I WILL KEEP MINE.  
HOWEVER, I AM MAKING ARRANGEMEATS FOR THE CLEARANCE AND THE CLAIM OF THE CONSIGNMENTS
 TO BE THROUGH BANJUL,THE GAMBIA, SINCE THE POINT OF CLEARANCE INDICATES TO BE IN 
AFRICA.  

ALREADY, I HAVE EQUALLY ARRANGED WITH A BANKER IN BANJUL WHO WILL ASSIST YOU OPEN 
A NON-RESIDENCE ACCOUNT WHERE YOU WILL FIRST LODGE THE FUNDS UPON CLEARIN,FROM 
THERE YOU WILL TRANSFER TO THE ACCOUNT OF YOUR CHOICE. 

FURTHERMORE,I WILL BE SENDING YOU THE CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT SINCE YOU ARE GOING 
TO BE THE BENEFICIARY OF THE CONSIGNMENTS.WHICH WILL BE ON YOUR NAME.SO ADVICE 
WHOSE NAME TO APPEAR ON IT,IS IT CAPTIAN STABBIN OR MR.LONSLO? 

I AM EXPECTING TO HEARING FROM YOU SOONEST.  
REGARDS.  JONATHAN MOKOENA.   

From: "Lonslo Tossov"

  
To:  joe_mok60@africamail.com  
Cc:  Captain Stabbin  
Date:  23 Sep 2002, 11:43:32 AM   
Subject:  Fwd: i am expecting to your hearing.    

YES MOKOENA THIS IS ALL GOOD LET US TO IT & HAVE THE DETAILS_STABBIN 
WILL BE THE ONE TO FINALISE DETAILS_PLEASE TO PROCEED WITH ALL HASTE 
AND ENSURE DOCUMENTS ARE ADEQUATE TO ENSURE OUR CONTINUED ENTHUSIASM 
FOR THIS PROJECT_THIS TO INCLUDE AUTHENTIFICATION OF BANKING DETAILS 
AND COURIED CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT IF YOU WILL AS ATTACHEMENTS ARE 
NOT TO OUR LIKING IN THIS IMPORTANT BUSINESS YOU UNDERSTAND?   

TOSSOV 

From:  Captin StabbinNN "(Rtd)"   
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [joe_mok60@africamail.com]  
Reply-To:  Captain Stabbin  
Date:  24 Sep 2002, 01:42:38 AM  
Subject:  Re: i am expecting to your hearing.    

Ahoy, Jonathan!  

What news mate? I am yachting to go shortly and need to get this done!  

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)  
 

From: "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com]
   
To:  Captain Stabbin  
Date:  26 Sep 2002, 03:21:34 AM   
Subject:  Highly Confidential With Immediate Respones    

Hello Captin Stabbin NN (Rtd.),  

This is to inform you that I did receive your address and I 
have applied for the Certificate of Deposit on your name 
through the Security Company in Banjul, The Gambia, since 
it is formally in the name of a foreigner.   

Your personal data have already been submitted and in fact, 
I was informed that the certificate will reach me either 
today or tomorrow. So as soon as I received it, I will send 
same to you immediately via attachment. 

"Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d) 
Marsol Hotel 
Av. Senador Dinarte Mariz, 1567 
Via Costeira - Natal 
Phone/Fax: +55 (84) 202.1300"  

Note: All arrangements for the clearance of the consignment 
is now in Banjul, The Gambia. So, as soon as you confirm the 
Certificate of Deposit from me, you will then arrange yourself 
to travel to Banjul for the clearance and claiming of the fund.  

However, I have to instruct you to coopreate with the security 
company as you travel to enable them attend to you properly, 
though I have sopken to them on that.  

Again, send all your resopnse through this particular box as from now.
  
I am expecting to hearing from you immediately.  

Regards,  

Jonathan Mokoena.  

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"   
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [joe_mok60@africamail.com]  
Date:  27 Sep 2002, 05:15:28 AM   
  
Ahoy mate!
  
This is splendid news indeed! 
Tossov and I are still awaiting all details, so
as to get all matters ship shape and bristol fashion!
  

Jonathan Mokoena:
 
Hello Captin Stabbin NN (Rtd.), 
 
This is to inform you that I did receive your address 
and I have applied for the Certificate of Deposit 
on your name through the Security Company in Banjul, 
The Gambia, since it is formally in the name of a foreigner.   

Your personal data have already been submitted and in fact, 
I was informed that the certificate will reach me either today 
or tomorrow. So as soon as I received it, I will send same to 
you immediately via attachment.  

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"   
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com]  
Date:  27 Sep 2002, 05:18:31 AM   
Subject:  Re: Highly Confidential With Immediate Respones  
  

Ahoy mate!  

Could these documents be sent by courier? 
And old sea dog like myself prefers
hard paper to these newfangled land lubberly 
attachments!
  
Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)

[note new e-mail address, Lad apparently having been booted off old one]

Jonathan Mokoena:
  Hello Captin Stabbin,  

Your mail was received and I wish to inform you that sending it via courier 
will cost me much money from this country I am into now, and this type of 
document will raise an eyebrows which will jeopadise the transaction.  

Based on the above therefore, I am sending it via attachment as soon as 
it is ready. It is going to be clear when veiwed the attachment. I hope 
you will get it by Monday.   

What you have to do is to start arranging for your trip to Banjul, 
The Gambia for the clearing and claiming of the funds. Also, you have 
to negotiate for which area of investment we are to put in the funds 
because i will want to have a joint business venture with you as soon 
as the transaction is over.
  
Regards,  

Jonathan Mokoena.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"   
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com]  
Cc:  Lonslo Tossov 
Date:  27 Sep 2002, 08:39:54 AM   
Subject:  Re: Highly Confidential    

Ahoy Mr Mokoena!  

This is disappointing and not so shipshape! But an attachment will have to do,
even if I and Tossov have our doubtings.  

As for travelling to Banjul, I shall obtain some charts and prepare the Lucky
Lad for sailing as soon as I can get to the chandlers. Are you familiar with
ocean going schooners, matey? A fine two master is what I captain, and a finer
cut of jib you'd be hard to clap eyes on! She's a fine, sleek thing, who can
cut through the cape swell like a dolphin!  

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)

Jonathan Mokoena:
  Dear Captian,

I have read your mail and I wish ti inform you that there will be 
no problem with the document that i am going to attach to you as 
soon as it is out from the security conpany. I will send same also 
to Mr. Tossov, and as a matter of fact, he has authorised me to 
carry out the transaction with you.  

As for you trevelling to Banjul, The Gambia for the clearing and 
claiming of the cionsignments, you do not need to go through sea, 
rather you have to book a flight to Banjul, The Gambia or you book 
through Darkar, Senegal , which is the colsest country to The Gambia. 
It is very easy to connect these countries with flight.  

I hope you will reason to understand with me.  

Regards,  

Jonathan Mokoena.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"   
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com]  
Date:  28 Sep 2002, 05:25:46 AM   
Subject:  Re: Take it easy    

Ahoy Mr Mokoena!  

My schooner is a true lady of the sea and I will want her gracious lines with
me on this grand adventure! Modern planes are ugly and dangerous! The Lucky Lad
is big enough to take Tossov and myself plus a couple of hardy crew who can be
confidential.   

What are the tides like off Banjul? Any reefs or sharks to contend with? Please
advise on the harbour conditions.  

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)

Jonathan Mokoena:
  Hello my good Captain,  

I have read your mail again. It is well understood.   

In fact, I still do not know why you wanted to travel by sea. 
Don't you know that travelling by sae will cost you more day 
to compare with flight.  

As for what Banjul looks like, it is a cool and simple country 
surrounded by sea. But inside the sea, I do not know.  

Have a nice weekend with family.  

Regards, Jonathan. 

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"   
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com]  
Date:  28 Sep 2002, 11:23:20 AM    

Ahoy Jonno!  

I'm glad you appreciate the love I have for the benefits of sea travel. Once
all business is done perhaps you would wish to join us aboard the Lucky Lad for
cocktails and to salut our business friendship. My first mate Miracsky has a
fine way with an on-board barabecue! Old sea dogs like us enjoy a good ration
and to wet the sailor's jib with SA Rum!  

Please let me know the best harbour for our planned sail over as well as the
details of the harbourmaster to for contact if this can be discovered. I went
aground on a reef once near Smegaroon, I want everything stowed and ship shape!  

  Jonathan Mokoena: 
Daer Captin, I was in contact with the security company concerning the safety of the consignments, which was confirmed were in good order. In fact, I also asked if you have contacted them, which i was told that no news have been heard from you. Please, do contact them immediately expecially through phone. I am expecting to hearing from you concerning your discussion with the security company personal. Regards, Jonathan Mokoena.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"   
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com]  
Date:  30 Sep 2002, 06:53:23 AM   
Subject:  Re: Very Urgent Captian.    

Ahoy there mate Mokoena!  

Have been trying but these shipboard radio phones are unreliable! I will ask
First Mate Miracsky to row ashore when he goes for more supplies at Smegaroon
to find a land line. Weather is choppy, and there may be a sou'wester coming
up, which will add a slight delay.  

Also, am keen to start loading the stores for the Lucky Lad's voyage to Banjul
Port. Is there anything you would like me to buy in the way of a sailor's
friend in thanks? Still waiting for latitude and longtitude details and news of
harbour conditions though, mate! Please get up some sail and push off quickly
as far as this goes, as I might have to catch a high tide!   

Stabbin.  

Jonathan Mokoena:
  To:  Captain Stabbin  
Date:  30 Sep 2002, 07:14:09 AM   
Subject:  Attachment from Jonathan mokoena    
            
Dear Captian,  

You have to print the attached certificate of deposit, which you have to travel
with to Banjul, The Gambia for the clearing and claiming of the consignments.
 
Do get back to me through my africamail.com box for the confirmation of the
receipt of this attachment.  

regards,  
 
Jonathan Mokoena.

[Ar, now, who be this?]
matyida securityinc [matyida2001@yahoo.com] wrote:
 
FROM THE DESK OF; 
MR MUSA MUHAMMED. 
TEL-220-903685 OR 220-781905.  

ATTN; CAPTIN STABBIN NN (RTD).  

Dear Sir. 
We wish to inform you that we have received 4 Boxes of
consignment claim to be personal infects to this
security company, and it was sent by MR JONATHAN
MOKOENA.  

We also wish to inform you that your presence is
needed here in our office for the final signing off
the consignment from out posession to avoid
accumulating more demurrage.  

However, you have been demanded to come down with your
demurrage fees and clearing charges and handling
charges as well, all this will cost you about
$25,000us dollars, to avoid accumulating more charges,
you have to come down as quick as possible.  

Unitll I hear from you soon.  

Thanks. MUHAMMED MUSA.  

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"   
To:  matyida securityinc   
Date:  01 Oct 2002, 04:48:08 PM   
Subject:  Re: URGENT.    

Ahoy there mate Musa!  

Have got your message! Are you sure? This sum has not been mentioned before and
I did not bring such currency on this voyage. Will have to return to port and
investigate banking situation. Mate Ilichy will not like this turning around as
there is a steep bank of fog ahead and the swell is looking ugly off the
portside.   

Please check this particular before I give the order to change course and
splice the mainbrace.  
Also have you been instructed to let me have harbour conditions and docking
formalities when we arrive?  
Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d) 
37o 24'N, 137o 22'W 
NOW ABOARD THE LUCKY LAD   

Jonathan Mokoena:
Dear Captian,  

I got your mail and I hope you have received the attached Certificate 
of Deposit sent to you. It is with the document that you are going to 
put your claims, and then clear the consignments. It is a big surprise 
that you could not confirm to me the receipt of the Certificate of 
Deposit sent to you, and also you did not  contact the Security company till now.  

However, since you have insisted to travel by sae, you have to speedy 
your arrangements up at to Get to Banjul port on time. I have cross-checked 
the world map and found out that Banjul coast is quite closer to Brazil coast.
  
As a matter of fact, communicate Mohammed Musa of the Security Company 
ffirst as to know what will be your requirment as to enable you clear 
the consignments. You do not have to waste any single time in contacting 
Mohammed Musa through phone. I hope I have given you all his contact details. 
  
Captian, I will be intrested in having good and quality wrist watches, 
both male and female (for my bueatifuly wife), and complete suti wears 
of French types. 
  
Furthermore, I wish to know where exactly you are now. Have you been 
nearer to Banjul Port?  

Advice immediately.  

Meanwhile, do not fail to contact Mohammed Musa immediately and also 
confirm to me the you have received the document sent to you. Again, 
give me one word that you are not gonig to cheat me as soon as the 
US$235,000,000.00 is in your possesion.  

I am expecting to hearing from you immediately.  

Regards and best of luck,  

Jonathan Mokoena.
  

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"   
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com]   
Date:  01 Oct 2002, 05:00:17 PM   .    

Ahoy there mate Mokoena  

Have got your message! I have written back to your Mr Musa using a rough rig on
the Landsat system, and a bit of impromptu rewiring on the navigation computter
system and hope messages get through. This sum has not been mentioned before
and I did not bring such currency on this voyage. Will have to return to port
and investigate banking situation as I told him, with my banker Mr Michael
Barrymore, and see if I can get the watches (will their cost come off the
dummarage?). I hope the sea and the salt don't effect them. Mate Ilichy and my
mother in law will not like this change of course, as there is a steep bank of
fog ahead and the swell is looking ugly off the portside.  

Please check this particular before I give the order to change course and
splice the mainbrace.  

I'm surprised that you suggest I will cheat you out of your share! THere is an
honour amongst see dogs and as a retired member of the Natal Navy I ought to
resent your implication!  

Have you details yet on the harbour conditions in Banjul? The Lucky Lad draws
18 feet and will need her docking papers drawn up in advance. Can you handle
that?  

I am now 37o24'N, 127o22'W and was making good headway until your message. I
must admit I am not a happy skipper Mr, and wonder if this is all going to be
worth it. As it is I have had to postpone a refit of foc'scle to get to sea so
sharply!  

STABBIN   
Now on board the Lucky Lady 

Jonathan Mokoena:
To: Lonslo Tossov  
Subject: Very Urgent Brother.  
Date: Wed, 02 Oct 2002 06:50:25 -0500   

Dear Mr. Tossov, 
  
How are you today? I hope all is well with you and the family.   

In fact, I write to inform you that we are making progress 
with the clearing and claiming of the consignments. Captain 
is on his way to the security company in Banjul, The Gambia 
where the consignments are currentely laying, for the clearing 
and claiming of them.   

I hope you are negotiating a good investment where we will 
invest in, since I will invest my share in your country.   

Hearing from you soonest.   

Regards,   

Mr. Jonathan Mokoena.   

From: "Lonslo Tossov"
  To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com  
Date:  02 Oct 2002, 05:14:38 AM   
Subject:  Re: Very Urgent Brother.    
 
GOOD I AM EXPECTING BIG THINGS FROM THIS_ AND HOPE THAT 
MY DOUBTS WILL NOT BE REALISED_STABBIN IS A GOOD SEAMAN 
BUT SOMETIMES MAKES RASH BUSINESS DEALINGS WHICH HE LATER 
REGRETS! ASK HIM AND HE WILL INVITE YOU ABOARD FOR SOME TIFFIN.   

TOSSOV  

Jonathan Mokoena:
  Dear Captian,  

I write to acknowledge the recpite of your mail and it is well understood.
  
I am happy that you have contacted the security company and I hope 
Mr. Musa will surely get back to you as soon as he receive your message.
  
As for the money for the clearing and the settlement of the demurrages 
of the four consignments, you have to take care of that since the money 
will be given back to you from the principal money first, before we go 
into sharing. That will not be a problem to us. 
  
So, do whatever you can with your banker to raise you this money so 
that you will proceed at once to Banjul.
  
I will be glad to join your mother in law, Mate Ilichy and yourself 
in the boat to dine and wine before we proceed to a favourable place 
to share the funds.
  
However, you have to cool them down about the situation. All is left 
for your banker to raise the money to you immediately.
  
Furthermore, I am now quite beleive that there will be nothing like 
cheat from your type of person. I will appreciate it and all your 
efforts towards securing thes funds on my behalf. God will suerly see 
you through in all you are doing and grant you and extended life to 
reap the fruits you sew. Also, I appreciated your acceptance to buy 
those gifts to me.
  
Captian, I do not know anything about harbour conditions since I do 
not work with sea, and I am not living there. You are aware that I am 
staying in Etophia. I advice you to make sure you get Mr. Mohammed Musa 
on phone to discuss that with him since he is in Banjul, The Gambia.
  
My brother, we are making progress, but do your best in raising the 
required fee to clear the consignments with the help of your bnker 
immediately.
  
I expect to hear from you soonest.
  
Best of luck of the way.
  
Mr. Jonathan Mokoena.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"   
Date:  02 Oct 2002, 05:26:03 AM   

Ahoy there Mate Mokoena!
  
Will help be at hand to load the trunk boxes on board? Mate Miracsky has hurt
his back landing a turtle last night and my mother in law won't be able to
manage it. Weather conditions are generally fine, although the swell is rough
especially down by the mizzen.  

Also no news yet from Musa on harbour details, quay inventories and squall
conditions etc in your latitudes. This is very worrying as is all needed to
make proper headway.  

I have tried to raise Barrymore via the landsat link up to check on funds
availability but poor reception.  

I attach a picture of myself, a few years back now but enough to get a measure
of the sea salt you are doing business with, as a gesture of my good faith.
Have you got to Tossov yet?  

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d) 
Aboard schooner Lucky Lad 
34o 56', 45o 23' west.

Musa Muhammed:
  Dear Sir.
I have received your email with thanks, also I do not
understand your content? so please I will appreciate
if you can explain in the language which I understand.

Also I like to inform you that we are not in any
possition to make any arrangement for you on when you
are going to park your boat, I believe this has to
been done by yourself as the sea man.

Meanwhile, you dont have to dissclose to anybody your
mission of coming to the Gambia, I also believe that
you coming here with your boat will attract a lot of
eyes, it will also make people to look at you
suspiciuosly, so I will advice that you should not
come here with boat for security reasons, you can come
down with flight that all.

However, dont forget to come down with the handling
charges fees which you will use for the clearing of
your consignment.

Iam going to stop here, untill I hear from you again.

Regards.
Mr Musa Muhammed.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"   
To:  matyida securityinc [matyida2001@yahoo.com]  
Date:  02 Oct 2002, 07:09:09 AM   
Subject:  Re: it has been received.    

Ahoy there Musa mate!  

This is all very disappointing. Jonathan said that you could help out with the
steerage requirements and all details pertaining to docking, harbour charges
and what have you. I am counting of some ship-to-shore support, me hearty!
  
We will have travelled a long way to to greet your business colleagues by this
time and will want the cables oiled, some de barnacling ordered and what have
you. It may be difficult, after all, to do business without stepping ashore. 
  
As for not sailing to the meeting, my friend, I am an old sea dog, such things
are in my veins. I am allergic to air travel and a week or so on deck helping
out with the rigging will do my mother in law a world of good. I am also fully
equipped and already underway to make the voyage.  

Please get me the Banju Harbour Master's e-mail there's a good chap.  

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d) 
Aboard the Lucky Lad 
34o 12'N  56o 08'S  

Jonathan Mokoena:
  Dear Captian,  

I could not hear from you today, what is happening? 
Or have you been communicating with Mr. Musa at the 
coast of the sea?
Keep me up dated so that I will know when you arrived 
Banjul with the gifts, and as you make the clearing 
to claim the funds.  

Expecting to hearing from you immediately.  

Regards,  
Jonathan Mokoena.  

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"    
Date:  03 Oct 2002, 05:34:54 AM      

Ahoy Mate Jonathan
  
All is now ship shape and we are making excellent progress, although with some
clouds building to leeward there may be a storm coming.  
I have sent a message to Musa, but have had no reply. Is this fellow
trustworthy? He seems to know nothing about harbour conditions and quay
regulations!  

Mate Miracsky is doing a fine job trimming the sails for brisk progress through
the swell and we should be in Banjul in about 4 or 5 days. Will you be able to
meet us in the harbour? I can row over in the dinghy to say hello.
  
I have managed to get you some lovely watches made by Newman of London.
  
Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d) 
ss LUCKY LAD 


38o 56', 47o 23' west.
  

Jonathan Mokoena:
  To:  Captain Stabbin  
Date:  04 Oct 2002, 09:50:11 AM   
Subject:  Get Back to me immediately    

Ahoy Captain,  

This is inform you that I have to know whether you have concluded with your
banker for the fees required by the security company for the clearing and the
settlement of the demurrages. I have to verify from you because I was in
communication with Mr. Mohammed Musa and he told me that if you were not coming
with the charged fees, he would not attend to you. Do inform me immediately
about this arrangement.  

Again, concerning your hotel reservations, you have to book that as to enable
you see where to sleep. In this regard, I have to instruct you to communicate
Musa so that he will to negotiate with him about booking a place in a nice
hotel for you. I am sure, this will require you to send him some money for the
reservations of at least three persons.  

However, do not fail to make arrangement at the seaport for a packing space
since you will know the best language to use to the authorities in charge.
  
I am expecting to hearing from you at once, and also try to communicate Mr.
Musa to inform him of your latest and full arrangements concerning your coming
to Banjul.   

Regards,  

Jonathan. 

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"   
Date:  07 Oct 2002, 04:22:49 AM   

Ahoy mate Jonathan  

Sorry for the delay in replying to your message. The Landsat link has
apparently been effected by some rough weather we have been having en route,
and Mate Miracsky has only just managed to get us online. That sea water gets
everywhere! Conditions have proved choppy with some keel swaddling and has left
us navigation slower than we would wish. However Miracsky caught some more
turtles yesterday and we enjoyed a very tasty naval repast washed down with
Labovitch Brandy.  

I have spoken to my banker and am surprised you have not heard from him, please
check and see if this is still the case.  

Please recommend a good hotel for our arrival, overlooking the jetty if
possible; failing that we can remain on board for all purposes although bunks
and quarters can be cramped.  

Also do you know the tide times at Banjul port? Knowing when high tide is will
make our arrival as easy as a seagull's flight. Please let us know as we hope
to sight land within a day or two.
  
Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d) 
Aboard the Lucky Lad 
23o 14" N 56o 03" S  


From: Jonathan Mokoena [jonathan_mok@africamail.com]
  To:  Captin_Stabbin 
Date:  07 Oct 2002, 09:11:22 AM  
            
Dear Brother,

I am happy to hear from you Captain. In fact, I am sorry for what has happened
to Landsat and you people inside it.

Thank God that Mate Miracsky came to rescure.

As for your discussion with your banker, it is your responsiblity to negotiate
fully with him so that he will make the moke the money avalabily to you before
you get to Banjul. The seurity company official have made it a point of duty
that without the charged fees, they will not attent to you, so I am advicing
you to make the arrangement to ba a solid one as to enable Mr. Musa release our
consignments.

Captain, you are aware that I am not at banjul, tharerfore you have to have a
good raport with Mr. Mohammed Musa so the he will organise a Good Hotel for
you. Inform him on how many that are going to lodge in the hotel so that he
will know the exact number of rooms to organise for you. In this regard, you do
not expect him to book the hotel with his money, rather you have to settle the
hotel fee yourself.

Captain, I want you to be very arlat in all you are doing concerning this
transaction. We do not have time to waste on this, so you have to be up and
doing. Don't delay in communicating Mr. Musa. Any question you have to ask
about Banjul, you have to ask him. 
I expect to hear from you unfallingly tonight.

Regards,

Jonathan Mokoena.

From: Jonathan Mokoena [jonathan_mok@africamail.com]
  To:  Captin_Stabbin
Date:  04 Oct 2002, 06:17:24 AM  
            
Dear Captian,

Many thanks to your mail. I am very happy to the contents. Meanwhile, how is
your mother-in-law and sundrys?
Mr. Mohammed Musa is 100% trustworthy with his organization. He is going to
give us an excellent services. He did asure me of that before using his
security out-fits. 

Captain, Mr. Musa is a busy person and I beleive that is why you have not heard
from him via email. But as it is, I wish to advise you to try and reach him on
phone. It is easier to communicate him through phone. But I have hope he will
get back to you through email after going through yours. 

Like you said, Mate Miracsky will be in Banjul in the next 4-5 days, I am
highly greatful that the transaction is coming to conclusion soonest. Captain,
I have to tell you, that as soon as you arrived Banjul, try to negotiate with
the authorities in charge of the port on what it will take you to habour at the
port. I know, it will not cost you much since it is African country.

Captian, I hope you did succed in raising the required money from your banker.

I appreciate the your efforts in getting some London Wrist Watches to me.

To hear from you soonest.

Regards,

Jonathan Mokoena.


From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"
Date:  08 Oct 2002, 05:26:56 AM  

Ahoy mate Jonathan!

A strong headway gale has made our progress slower than we anticpated. Saw a
school of dolphin earlier on and fed them some McVities Digestives. I've had to
lash the mother in law (an excellent sea-going lady by the way) to the wheel
housing to make any distance through all the surf and spray. She took it in
good stead but her dungarees were soaked under the oilskin. But, God and
Neptune willing, we will be at the port in a day or so. Mate Miracsky has been
a big help, although he sprained an ankle badly yesterday chasing a rogue gull
off the Landsat antennae with a belaying pin. Please, confirm: has Mr Musa
heard yet from banker Barrymore, this needs urgent attention, yes?

Can Mr Musa make a reservation in my name subject to arrival? This will save
time and gangplank anxiety. Also has he a place near the quay he can recommend.
There will be four of us: myself, Miracsky, mother in law Euphemia and young
Craven Morehead the cabinboy. If rooms are scarce he can share with the
Captain! Will you meet us dockside or will we be ashore before formalities are
exchanged? I am eager to load the trunk boxes, once the hold has been emptied
of this fish.

I hope this message gets through as reception has been difficult in the gale
and the last couple of times I had no reply or acknowledgement.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
23' 12" N  67' 09" W

From: Jonathan Mokoena [jonathan_mok@africamail.com]
To: "Lonslo Tossov" 
Subject: Re: Very Urgent Brother. 
Date: Wed, 02 Oct 2002 08:12:43 -0500 

My Good Brother, 

I have read your mail and i am willing to make much deals with you 
and Captian as soon as this one is concluded peacefully, though 
Captian have assured me of that. 

What you have to o is to look for a good business where we will 
invest this money. you know it is a big money. 

Everything is moving smoothly with Captian. 

I hope to hear from you soonest. 

Regards, 

Jonathan Mokoena.

From: "Lonslo Tossov"
  To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Date:  08 Oct 2002, 05:46:34 AM  

MOKENA _ WHAT IS GOING ON CANNOT RAISE THE CAPTAIN IS HE WITH YOU?_
IS ALL TAKEN CARE OF LET ME KNOW AS I AM OUT OF THE LOOP ON THIS ONE_
WHILE THE STABBIN AND MIRACSKY ARE ALL AT SEA_IS ALL ARRANGED? WHAT 
IS THE CONDITION OF THE MONETARY TRANSFER_ARE YOUR BANKERS ON THE 
CASE IN ALL INSTANCES? REPLY SOONEST AND LET ME KNOW AS I NEED THIS 
INFORMATION PRONTO. THIS IS GETTING ON TOO LONG. 

TOSSOV 

From: Jonathan Mokoena
To  : Captin_Stabbin  
Date  : Tue, 8 Oct 2002 20:48:29 +0100  

Dear Capt. Stabbin NN,

I received your mail and I am so sorry to the state of health of Mate
Miracsky.

Mr. Musa have not hard from your banker (Mr. Barrymore). And since you are
coming-in in the next two days, it that means that you have to call in the
money from your bnker while in Banjul. This is very impoortant because
without the money, Mr. Musa will not attend to you. He have given
instruction on this matter. So, you better try as you can to comminucate
Mr.
Barrymore so that he will arrange the money for you.

As  for the resavation, since things are in this form, Mr. Musa can make
a
reservation in your name as soon as you arrive and handed over the hotel
fees to him. But if you want the reservation to be for the four seperately,
you have to discuss that with Musa. But Capt. Stabbin, I don't like the way
you have not been communicating Mr. Musa. He is suppose to direct you on
what and what to do since he is in Banjul. Please, you better communicate
him as soon as you receive this mail. It is very urgent thet you update him
with your full movement.

Captain, I am metting you at your convient place where we will share the
money as soon as you have made the claims. And as for the gifts you buy for
me, please hand them over to Mr. Musa, and make sure that you instruct him
to safe keep them for me. 

Like I told you ealier, I did arrange for a banker who will assist you to
open a Non Residence account, where you will lodge in the funds and without
wasting time, you have to instruct the bank to transfer into your personal
account, whicl you will nominate to the bank. So, there will be no need to
carry the trunk boxes home to avoid raising eyebrows.

I hope you will reason to undestand with me. And make sure you get in touch
with Mr. Musa immediately.  You have his telephone
numbers:220-903685,220-781905. So, kindly contact him immediately.

Expecting to hearing from you at once.

Regards,

Jonathan Mokoena.

From: Jonathan Mokoena
  
To: "Lonslo Tossov" 
Date: Tue, 08 Oct 2002 14:44:06 -0500 

Dear Mr.Tossov, 

I received your mail and I am sorry for any delay in furnishing you 
with the whole procedures. 

I have to inform you now that everything is in good condition bu the 
only thing delaying us is that the ship did develope small problem 
on the way lat time. 

I am in constact contact with Captain. But the money the security company 
asked captain to come along with for the clearing of the consignm,ents is 
not yet with Captain. Though, h have contacted his banker to raise the 
money to him, but as at this time, the banker have not send the monay to him. 

In fact, I am hoping that Captain will contact the banker again as soon 
hearrives Banjul in the next two (2) days so that he will send him the money. 

My brother, there is no skin pain. As soon as captain is with the money 
to clear the consignments, the banker whom I arranged will assist him to 
open a bank account where he will lodge in the funds and from there, he 
will transfer to any of his account. Then, you and him will raise a letter 
of invitation for me to come over for the sharing. 

Based on the above therefore, try to communicate captain and instruct him 
to make sure that he is with the money demanded by the security company 
for the clearing of the consignments. 

However, all of them in the ship were alright. 

Remain blessed my brother, 

Jonathan. 

From: "Lonslo Tossov"
  To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Date:  08 Oct 2002, 02:13:17 PM  

GLAD TO HEAR IT MOKEONA LETS US HOPE ALL GOES TO THESE PLANS OTHERWISE 
I WILL BE VERY DISAPPOINTED_STABBIN IS NOT AS YOUNG AS HE WAS AND THIS 
NEW VOYAGE HAS MADE HIM VERY EXCITED_ALL THIS MONEY WILL COME IN VERY 
USEFUL FOR RE FINANCING FACTORY AT KUSTART IM PANZS. 

KEEP ME INFORMED. 

TOSSOV 

From: Jonathan Mokoena
  
To: "Lonslo Tossov" 
Subject: Progress 
Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 08:42:01 -0500 

Dear Mr. Tossov, 

I have read your mail and I wish to inform you that you should not fail 
to instruct Captain to have with him the fees for the clearing of the 
consignments at the security company. This is very neccessary. 

In your own end, keep on praying because everything is in God's hand. 

When Captain gose with the money charged by the security company, 
he will cliam the consignments (funds therein). 

Try to look for where we will invest these money. It ia a big money 
to start a factory. 

Regards, 

Jonathan Mokoena. 

  From:  "Lonslo Tossov"
Date:  10 Oct 2002, 03:23:04 AM  
  

MOKOENA_HAVE YOU HEARD FROM THE CAPTAIN YET WHAT IS GOING ON_LETS HAVE 
SOME NEWS FELLOW I AM IN THE DARK ABOUT WHAT IS HAPPENING_YES FEES ARE 
ARRANGED BUT NO ACTIVITY YOUR END IS WORRYING_KUSTART IM PANTZ PLANS 
CANT WAIT TOO LONG ALL OR OPPORTUNITYS WILL BE LOST. 

REPLY QUICKLY MAN! 

TOSSOV 


From: Jonathan Mokoena
  Dear Captain,

Good day to you and the ship crew.

I write to inform you that I am still expecting to hearing from you 
so that you will confirm to me exactaly what is happening.

Have you reached Banjul? I need to hear from you immediately.

Regards and best of luck,

Jonathan.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
Date:  10 Oct 2002, 06:19:01 AM  

Ahoy there mate Mokoena!

A slight delay unforunately - Miracsky has flooded the engines in a moment of
stupidity and now we have become somewhat becalmed. I have spend my time oiling
the sextant and swabbing the merkin. However I have managed to get in contact
with my banker and exchange of funds should be imminent if not already
achieved. Please check with your side of things if Mr Barrymore has done the
deed, although I suspect that he is waiting until we dock before proceeding.

Banjul is on the charts and within a short sailing distance but these damn
south easterliess are just not filling the canvas at the moment, sorry old
chap.

Any news on the hotel situation by the way, and the tide tables? Euphemia says
that she is looking forwards to a decent bath after so many days scrubbing down
on the forward deck.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
34' 05o N  67' 09o S


From: Jonathan Mokoena
  
Dear Captain,

I have read your mail and I am very sorry for the delays caused by the ship. 
It is one of those things.

Concerning the arrangment you are making with your banker, I am happy that 
you finally get in tough with him. But from what you said, I had no communication 
with him. Or did you ask him to communicate me? 

So make your  arrangement so that you have the money with you before 
proceding to the security company. You should know what it takes you to 
come down to Banjul, therefore, I do not want a stiatution whereby you 
will not conclude the transaction at once. So, make the arrangement with 
your banker to be a solid one.

As for the hotel, Mr. Musa will organise a hotel for you on arrival but 
it will be at your own expenses. Based on this, I have been telling you to 
communicate him either through email, but phone discussion will be more better. 
Try to communicate him.

Furthermore, bear in mind that you will visit the security company alone 
to aviod raising an eyebrows. That is to tell you that you are not going 
to the security company with all you come with. They will wait for you in 
their hotel rooms. After clearing, you will be lead to the bank with the 
assistance of the banker whom I arranged to assist you in opening a 
Non Residence account where you will lodge the money and from there you 
will instruct the bank to transfer to your personal account. 

By brother, let no other ear hera or know about this business until finished. 
This is for the security reasons of the business nature.

Like I told you, do not fail to communicate Mr. Musa, unfailingly today. 
And I want you to furnish me with whatever your discussion with him will 
be in your next mail.

I need to hear from you as soon as you receive this mail.

Best of luck,
Jonathan.

To:  "Jonathan Mokoena"
Reply-To:  Captin_Stabbin
Date:  11 Oct 2002, 06:04:07 AM  

Ahoy there mate Mokoena!

Another rough swell last night, and trouble with the sails has meant a further
delay. Spent a good few hours last night scraping a whole crew of barnacles off
the spinacle. But we will get there. My banker says he is trying to get in
touch with you, but to no avail. Please check your phone and e-mail. Since
Miracsky's accident with the custard, the Land Sat has been very unreliable and
I hope this message gets through.

I hope that Banjul will provide all the necessary banking conditions? Also
still no news about quay and docking conditions. This is very important, as
reversing the Lucky Lad into Banjul harbour without charts or tide tables could
be dangerous!

I'd like to bring young Craven Moorhead with me when we go to the banker, to
carry my bags and oars, and trust this OK?

Mr Musa does not respond to my messages, which is rather putting water in the
hold. Can he be trusted in all these matters?v

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
23' 67" N  56' 49" W

From: Jonathan Mokoena
To: "Lonslo Tossov" 
Subject: Re: Progress 
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 13:14:14 -0500 

Dear Brother, 

I was in contact with Captain today and he told me that the ship 
got a little fault and they have ammended it. That caused a slow 
down of his movement. 

Again, he tlod me that he have spoken with his banker who will raise 
the money for him and arrangments were in progress. 

He also made me to understand that he will be arriving Banjul, The Gambia 
soonest. 

So, from you side, try to communicate him and advise him not come 
without the clearing fees unless the security company's officials 
will not attend to him. They have warned me on that. 

However, I hope you are preparing a ground for reception as soon as 
the transaction is concluded because I will be there to dine and wine 
with you people while sharing is going on. 

Bless you and the family. 

Yours, 

Jonathan Mokoena. 

  From:  "Lonslo Tossov" 
Date:  12 Oct 2002, 05:35:03 AM  

HELLO MOKOENA_ALL THIS IS OK BUT AM CONCERNED AT SLOWNESS 
AT YOUR END WHERE IS PAPERWORK? HURRY MAN THIS IS NOT A GAME! 

TOSSOV

From: Jonathan Mokoena
Dear Captain,

Good day to you and people on board.

I write to confirm from you whether you have communicated Mr. Musa or not. 
In fact, get back to me at once so that I will know what actually happening.

Regards,

Jonathan.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" 
Date:  13 Oct 2002, 11:25:52 AM  
Subject:  Re: Get Back to me immediately  

Ahoy there mate Jonathan

Am still making slow headway against large swell, although we passed the
Muffdivas Islands last night. I could hear the lobster bells! Progress 
is lower than we anticipated, but we will make it!

No news from your Mr Musa - is he serious in wanting to make contact? 
I and Miracsky (now confined to below decks because of his rash) have 
sent several messages.
Please look into this and make things ship shape for our arrival.

Stabbin

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
12' 34" N  56' 43" W

From: Jonathan Mokoena
  To:  Captin_Stabbin
Date:  14 Oct 2002, 10:51:38 AM  

Dear Captain,

Please I am attaching the telephone numbers of Mr. Mohammed Musa and email to
you here. You have to contact him because I am not happy with the way things
were moving.

TELEPHONE NUMBER: 220-903685,220-781905.
FAX NUMBER: 220-912935.
CONTACT PERSON: MOHAMMED MUSA.
SECURITY COMPANY:MAT YIDA SECURITY INC
E-mail Address: matyida2001@yahoo.co.uk

Please Catain, make use of this information immediately.
Reghards,

Jonathan.

From: Jonathan Mokoena
 
To:  Captin_Stabbin
Date:  14 Oct 2002, 10:26:12 AM  
Subject:  Re: Get Back to me immediately  
            
Dear Captain,

I have read your mail an at times, I don't  do understand you at all. 
What do you mean that you have not heard from Mr. Musa after sending 
mails to him? Am sure, you are sending to the real address of his?

Look, Mr. Musa is a trustwhorty humanbeing, and if not that, I sholudn't 
hve used his security out fit for this transaction. He is 100% capable 
to deliver. Tharefore, I have confident in him.

I am going to comtact him to invistigate about this your comment, but 
that will not make you to send another mail to him as soon as you received 
this. Please, it is important that you communicate him today. However, 
Captain, this man likes telephone conversation, so try to reach him via phone. 
I hope you have his two phone lines.

Your friend Mr. Tossov is worried about the transaction conclusion, 
and I have been giving him the day to day affirs of the delays caused by the ship.

In a nutshell, what is the final arrangement you hard with your banker? 
Infom me whether the security company's charge will be ready as you arrive 
Banjul?

 I need hear from you immediately.

Regards,

Jonathan.

matyida securityinc [matyida2001@yahoo.com] wrote:
ATTN; CAPTIN.

Dear Sir.
Compliment of the season to you sir.
Meanwhile I just want to remind you that we have not
heard from you quite some time now why?

However, you should also remember that the more you
delay by picking up your consignment, the more
demurrage that will be accumulating ok.

I will like to stop here, untill I hear from you
again.
Thanks.
Muhammed Musa.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
To:  matyida securityinc [matyida2001@yahoo.com] 
Date:  15 Oct 2002, 05:33:13 AM  
Subject:  Re: why are you silent.  
 
Ahoy there Mr Musa!

A pleasure to hear from you at last! How is the wind as far as our business is
concerned? Have you heard from our banker Mr Barrymore?

As I mentioned to your colleague, Landsat problems and an unfortunate accident
with the ship's tardis have compounded existing difficulties, and have
prevented necessary communications ship to shore as often as we would wish.

Please let us know if affairs are ship shape! We will be docking shortly and
need to get things tied up.

Don't worry about accumulating demmurage, we will have plenty of storage room
once we unload the fish.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lad Lad
34' 45" N 67' 35" W


From: Jonathan Mokoena
Ahoy Captain,

I have read your mail and i am still wondering why you have not 
got any communication from Mr. Musa. I have told you that this 
man is reliable and capable to deliver. 

Captain, I have told you that Musa is not working with the port 
authorites and therefore, he has no knowledge of the information 
required. I told you that as soon as you arrived Banjul, make your 
arrangement by yourself for the habouring of the ship. Since you 
knows the language to approch them.

Have Mr. Barrymore called him (Musa) on phone? Or has he sent email? 
Because Musa will response to him at once.

However, you do not need to ask Mr. Barrymore to look for a solicictor 
in Banjul, because this might raise an eyebrows. I am sure you are not 
discussion this business with any body.

Captain, Mr. Tossvo is worried about the progress of this transaction. 

Whatever you want to buy in banjul, Musa will assist you to where 
you will get them.

My brother, please and please, try as much as you can to communicate 
Mr. Musa and make sure that you conclude arrangement with your banker 
so that he will make available the required fees charged by the security 
company to you.

Captain, you must not fail to call Mr. Musa on phone as soon as you are 
in Banjul port, so that he will direct you how to get to the security 
company or he will come to pick you. This is very important please.

Here is the contact details of the security company once again, 
TELEPHONE NUMBER: 220-903685,220-781905.
FAX NUMBER: 220-912935.
CONTACT PERSON: MOHAMMED MUSA.
SECURITY COMPANY:MAT YIDA SECURITY INC
E-mail Address: matyida2001@yahoo.co.uk

I hope to hear from you soonest.

Best of luck,

Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
Date:  15 Oct 2002, 01:42:57 AM  
 
Ahoy there mate Mokoena!

The landsat has been playing up after Miracsky's accident and I have had
difficulty in downloading messages. Your last shore-to-ship communication was
garbled, my friend. All goes quite well here but progress with our navigation
problems is slow. I still hope to catch sight of Banjul within a day or so.
However hearing nothing from your Mr Musa on tide conditions, docking
restrictions and tide tables is a real handicap. Could he at least send me the
e-mail address of the Banjul harbour master? Also do you know of anywhere that
offers keelhauling?

Is Mr Musa having problems, Mr Barrymore has been trying to finalise things but
has not made contact. Perhaps we could use someone else? I can ask Mr Barrymore
to find a solicitor in Banjul to meet us dockside.

Weather is still choppy, and there is a sign of mutiny - cabin boy Morehead is
strenuously objecting to the endless round of hardtack and vimto and threw a
tantrum in the wardroom last night, cracking the tardis. Let us hope we sight
land soon.

Can one buy dilithium crystals in Banjul by the way?

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Still aboard the Lucky Lad
23' 34" N 67' 70" W

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" 
Cc:  lonslo_tossov@hotmail.com  
Date:  15 Oct 2002, 05:50:10 AM  
Subject:  Re: Get Back to me immediately  

Ahoy there Mate Jono!

All seems well now that those longed for easterly winds have picked up again.
The canvas is full again and I can feel the Lad ploughing the creamy surf
beneath the deck! A wonderful feeling.

I have finally heard from your Mr Musa but he seems a little out of the boat in
terms of where we are with things. Has he been fully briefed I am wondering?
Maybe there is another I can speak to. It is all very disappointing and I hope
the voyage has not been in vain. The constant smell of fish and brine, as well
as all the potato peeling in the galley, is very wearing for my mother in law
who has rarely been to see, and I have twisted my best spinnacle in foc'sle
hold.

Is it possible for anyone else to make the necessary enquiries at Banjul? It is
imperative that I know

1. Times of the high/low tide
2. Local mercantile regulations (if any)
3. Radio frequency of the harbour master with hailing code
4. Plumb depth of most likely anchorage (The Lucky Lad draws 16 feet and we do
not have a retractable keel)
5. Quay allocations for short stay docking
6. If possible the address of a good local chandlers (one who can mend the
cracked tardis vessel).

Also do we have to clear customs? In which case I will have to declare your
watches before meeting up, I presume.

Please send me a picture of yourself or Mr Musa for indentification purposes.
Hope to hear from you soon as we will be within sight of land within a few
hours,

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
34' 65" N  23' 89" W

From: Jonathan Mokoena
  To: "Lonslo Tossov"
Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2002 11:26:36 -0500 

Dear Mr Tossov, 

I read your mail and I do no like the content of it 
because I have sent the Deposit Certificate to Captain. 

Should I sent it to you? 

Advice immediately so that I will sent it to you also. 

Regards, 

Jonathan. 

  From:  "Lonslo Tossov" 
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Date:  15 Oct 2002, 06:09:51 AM  

YES_LETS HAVE A LOOK AT IT ALL THIS DELAY IS TIRING, 
BE QUICK ABOUT IT MAN, AS THIS IS TAKING TOO LONG. 

T 

From: Jonathan Mokoena
  To: "Lonslo Tossov"  
Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2002 12:22:18 -0500 
Dear Brother, 

This is to inform you that I have exchanged mail with Capitan today 
and he  promised that everything is moving accordingly. 
 
He has not yet arrived Banjul due to the fault in the ship. 

If I hears from him tomorrow, I will inform you too. 

So, have a nice day with family. 
 
Regards, 
 
Jonathan.


  From: "Lonslo Tossov"  
Date: Sun, 13 Oct 2002 18:18:25 +0000 
Subject: Re: Progress 

 HELLO MOKOENA_WELL, WHAT IS HAPPENING MAN?? 
 
 TOSSOV 


From: Jonathan Mokoena
    
To: "Lonslo Tossov"  
Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2002 11:48:29 -0500 

Dear Brother, 

Like I said in the mail I sent earlier, I have sent the Certificate 
of Deposit to Captain and I have to inform you that the delay in 
this business is being caused by Captain. 

In fact, I do not like the way he is dlaying things. 

He has ommunicated with the security company and have confirmed 
the consignments were there, I do not know why things were getting delayed. 

In your own side, I wish you tell him to try and meet up with the 
demands of the security company so that he will clear and claim the 
consignments. I am gett worried about the stiaution. 

Until I hear from you. 

Regards, 

Jonathan. 

  From:  "Lonslo Tossov" 
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Date:  15 Oct 2002, 06:12:55 AM  
Subject:  Re: Progress  

CAPTAIN STABBIN IS DOING HIS BEST I AM SURE BUT HE SAYS YOU 
CANNOT PROVIDE COMMON COURTESIES OF THE SEA IS THIS CORRECT 
HE IS OLD MAN NEEDS HELP TO GET INTO PORT AND HAS TRAVELLED 
A LONG WAY TO DO THIS BUSINESS TRY AND PROVIDE INFORMATION 
AS IT WILL EASE ALL DIFFICULTIES, ALSO IF HE CANNOT DOCK 
THEN YOU CANNOT PROCEED TO BUSINESS YES?? 

TOSSOV 

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com] 
Date:  15 Oct 2002, 06:43:26 AM  
Subject:  URGENT  

Ahoy there Mate Mokoena

Shipmate Miracsky has just asked me a worrying question. 
Are we to meet at Bandung or Banjul? I have a feeling 
that we may have a problem and to be out here becalmed 
again in the Indian Ocean is a mistake.

Please reply.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
34' 45" N 45" 67'

 matyida securityinc [matyida2001@yahoo.com] wrote:
ATTN; CAPTIN.
I RECEIVED YOUR EMAIL WITH THANKS,ALSO I LIKE TO LET
YOU KNOW THAT WE ARE NOT HAVING ANYTHING TO DO WITH
YOUR BANKER, BECAUSE WE HAVE NOT HEARD FROM HIM SINCE
YOU HAVE BEEN MENTIONING IF WE HEARD OR NOT.

MEANWHILE, THIS COMPANY IS HAVING A POLICY WHICH IS
FIRST COME FIRST SERVE ALSO COME WITH YOUR DEMURRAGE
FEES OK, THIS IS THE ONLY WAY THINGS CAN GO THE WAY
WHICH YOU HAVE WANTED OK.

I HOPE TO HEAR FROM YOU AGAIN.

REGARDS.
MUHAMMED MUSA.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  matyida securityinc [matyida2001@yahoo.com]  
Date:  17 Oct 2002, 05:18:05 AM  

Ahoy there mate Musa!

It is imperative that you speak to Mr Barrymore if these things are to be
arranged properly! Am I dealing with professionals or what? Am I sailing all
this way, fighting wind and rain, to lose out at the last minute? Sadly you are
an anchor, dragging back the ship of my dreams, when I urgently want to get
under way.

regards

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
23' 17" N  56' 34" W

From: Jonathan Mokoena
   
Dear Captain,

Good day to you today. 

I write to now if you have arrived Banjul. I had a sleepless night last night. 
I was in a dream seeing where you and Mr. Tossov was sharing the money and 
as soon as I came into where you and Mr. Tossov are, a security agent hired 
be both of you drove me away. 

However, I know that is a drem and all my dreams used to come negative. 
Therefore, I am having more trust in you.

Anyway, what is happening generally? 

I am expecting your immediate response.

Regards and best of luck,

Jonathan Mokoena.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com] 

Date:  17 Oct 2002, 05:28:22 AM  
Subject:  Re: Get Back to me immediately  

Ahoy there mate Mokoena!

Mate Miracsky has had a terrible time and came to me all sheepish in the
stateroom last night, charts in his hands and wringing his cap. He wants to
know if he is steering to Bandung or Banjul. Please confirm the required
destination as soon as possible, as I have a feeling something is very wrong.

Are you anywhere near the Indian Ocean?

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
23' 23" N 56' 67" S

- matyida securityinc [matyida2001@yahoo.com] wrote:
ATTN CAPTIN.

Dear Sir.
I got your email with thnaks, but I do not understand
what you mean by the words that I have speaking with
barry more, I want you to know that I have not spoken
to him ok, Iam only trying to get informed ealier that
this is how we work here, so that all this things
wount come up as soon as you have arrived ok.

However, Iam not draging you back ok, I just want to
get you informed, because I dont want you to tell me
when you have arrive that why didnt I told you about
this before, this is my reason why Iam telling you
now, so I dont want you to take this as personal ok,
you are welcome for the final signing of your
consignment in our posession, but make sure that you
come down with the right items.

untill I hear from you again.

sincerely.
Muhammed Musa.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
To:  matyida securityinc [matyida2001@yahoo.com] 

Date:  17 Oct 2002, 05:47:12 AM  
Subject:  Re: thanks for your effort.  

Ahoy mate Musa!

I don't feel you are being honest with me. I have sailed a long way to do this
business and one of my crew has got a nasty rash through all the constant
exposure and stress of full sail day and night, as well as experiencing some
damage to my receiving equipment. Also, my mother in law was nipped badly by a
dolphin when feeding them biscuits off the stern yesterday, so I am not in a
mood to argue. For your part you seem unable to supply the merest information
about docking conditions, quay side regulations, or hotel availability. I will
prefer to deal straight with Mokeona, at least he seems reliable.

Stabbin

From: Jonathan Mokoena
  Dear Brother,

I have read your mail but I do not understand what you are talking about.

I do not know why you should ask me to confirm your destination for you. 
Where you not with your compass? Please Captain, put the steering of the 
ship to Banjul at once so that you will go and claim the consignments.

Like I told you last time, I am right away in Somaila, a country in 
Northern Africa for a peace settlement.

I will be joining you in Banjul before you leave there after clearing/
claiming the consignments.

Please and please, you are delaying this transaction which we should 
have start rejoicing by now. Therefore, proceed immediately to Banjul 
to claim the funds.

I expect to hear from you soonest.

Regard,
Jonathan. 


  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
Date:  18 Oct 2002, 03:55:15 AM  

Ahoy there mate Mokoena!

I am asking for confirmation of destination as Miracsky thinks you mean Bandung
because he has never heard of Banjul, and had plotted his course accordingly.
This could be a problem.

Is it a big Indian sea port with a large hypermarket?

We will rejoice more when we leave this leaky bucket and are able to taste
fresh vegetables and steady land. Also Miracsky's rash has spread across his
face and his moods are getting unpredictable.

Any update from Musa or Mr Barrymore? I am getting worried.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard The Lucky Lady
23' 45" N 67' 89" W

From: Jonathan Mokoena
Dear Captain,

I have read your mail again today while I am still on the internet.

I can now understood your question.  You are heading to Banjul, 
which is the capital city of The Gambia. This country is located 
right in the sea.  I have no business in Bandung.

There is a big Indian sea port there, and in fact the country 
lives with sea foods and it is a nice country for one to settle. 
It is almost a home for foreigners since it is highly peaceful.

Any kind of meal you need is there. 

However, I am very sorry for the rashes on Mr. Miracsky. Please, 
extend my regards to him and the entire crew, including your Mother-in-Law.

Concerning your Banker ( Mr. Barrymore),  I have not heard from him 
neither Musa have ever heard from him too. In fact, at this point, 
I don not know what effort you are making towards raising the required 
money to make the clearing of the consignments. Like I keep on telling 
you, Mr. Musa have made it to be a point of duty that he will not attend 
to you if you did not come with the money. Have you ever instructed him 
to contact Mr. Musa?

Captain my brother, do you want this clearing fees to hinder us from 
making millions of dollars? Look, the ball is on your court now. 
It is either you decided to instruct your banker to send you that 
money either through Western Union Money Transfer to you as soon as 
you arrive Banjul. Or you can still communicate him to send it to 
Mr. Musa through the same Western Union  so that he will claim it 
before you arrive. I do not know which way you will want this to 
work out for us. Time is money and we have been wasting anough time 
on this business which has already concluded itself.

I hope the watches you bought for me including my wife's own is 
still with you. And how many of then in number. If you know any one 
that will suit my kind of person, please write my name on it. 

In all, chennel your steering to Banjul at once.

Expecting to hear from you soonest.

Best of luck,

Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
Date:  18 Oct 2002, 05:24:48 AM  

Ahoy there matey Mokeona!

It looks like our arrival will be delayed - that damn fool Miracsky has taken
us half way to Bandung! I have halved his rations, upbraided him severely and
confined him to the fish hold. In future Euphemia will steer the ship and we
will make better progress. Things will of course be delayed, but I hope that
you can be patient.

Mr Barrymore should have contacted Musa by now I will ask him to try again and
for news of what is happening. It is all very mysterious. I know that he has
had some problems recently and so perhaps this has been the matter. That
troublesome transfer needs sorting. Do you take South African Rands by the way?

Don't worry about your watches, apart from the one which Miracsky dropped into
the crew's hotpot during yesterday's morale building top side sing-a-long, they
all seem fine. I am sure a few drops of salt water won't effect them too much.
Young Craven Moorhead has taken a fancy to the one I have looked out for your
good self (with a fine Powerpuff Girls design), but perhaps I can swop him a
copy of some trade magazines to get it back.

Thank you for your description of Bandung. I may even pay it a visit in this
old tub when I am a real man of leisure - not soon now, eh?

Just a reminder that I need harbour details for my arrival and some where to
shop for dilithium crystals.


Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard The Lucky Lad
23' 45" N 67' 90" W

From:  "michael montague barrymore" [email diplomatically withheld]
To:  matyida2001@yahoo.com 
Cc:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com, captin_stabbin 
Date:  18 Oct 2002, 06:10:13 AM  
Subject:  Re: Captain Stabbin funds transfer 18.10.02  

Dear Mr Musa

My ref Musa 1/181002/Aus 125666

I refer in this instance to the proposed exchange of funds for my client
CAPTAIN IRVING PETTIGREW MORGAN STABBIN, of Marsol Hotel
Av. Senador Dinarte Mariz, 1567 Via Costeira - Natal.

The aforementioned has authorised the onward financial keyholder to his
estates and services in this immediate instance to make release of said
funds, to whit $25,000 dollars in full payment of DEMURRAGE and all
pertaining sequestions and illiberal events relating to business dealings
in aforementioned instance. Nominality being retained in due course and all
points.

NOTWITHSTANDING

Such financial liabilities and exclusion territories (being subject to the
Natalese Financial codes section 14 sub section 2 para 8 - 16 thru 67)
shall allow due obsequys and all amullments in respects of parties in due
commerce to all parts;

Endorsement of such matters being sole proprietership of said CAPTAIN
IRVING PETTIGREW MORGAN STABBIN and joint efluements of stock distribution,
namely all embursements and hidden matters within.

Said agreement between CAPTAIN IRVING PETTIGREW MORGAN STABBIN and Mr
MUHAMMED MUSA of said MATIYDA SECURITY INC being the full, unleased
interract and full debits being made of all respective compliances.

1. Full Demurrage being subject to Natalese codes as indicated pro vivo;

2. MR MUSA & CAPTAIN IRVING PETTIGREW MORGAN STABBIN in due understanding
make transference mettle , transport, actual gain and all deferential
substances en suite, all matter and funds thus pertaining in the first and
final instance.

3. Said appropriate funds to be relinquished pro fartum, and in company of
representatives from both parties

4. MR MUSA and/or said reliances from MATIYDA SECURITY INC to be in full
cognisance of determined parties in this main and secondary instances
(division or allocation of proceeds, profits and share offs).

AGREED IN THE KINGDOM OF NATAL THIS DAY

Michael Montague Barrymore
Regis Finanacium Kermit Froggis 18776

Michael Barrymore AASA, DFC,
Financial Advisor
2645 Gooliepully Road
Stringalonga, TOCUMWAL,NSW,2714
Phone: (02) 9298 3777
Fax: (02) 9298 3780

From: Jonathan Mokoena
To: "Lonslo Tossov"  
Subject: Re: Progress 
Date: Fri, 18 Oct 2002 05:35:09 -0500 
Dear Brother, 

How are you today? 

I write to inform you that i do not understand Captain's plan any more. 
You should be aware that the consignments will be acurring more demurrage 
charges if the time givie for the clearing from the security company expires. 

Captain has delayed a lot, and i believe you have been speaking to him 
either through email of in any form. Please, you have to instruct him to 
proceed to Banjul immediately to make the clearance and claim the funds 
therein the consignments. 

I am getting tired of the conclusion of this transaction. By now, we 
should have be together for the celebration of this great event. 
I have not done a business that went slowly like this before. 
It is like I know that captain is going to delay this on time, and that 
is why I have been asking him to travel to banjul with Flight but he refused. 

My brother, the ball is on your court. If you want us to make this money, 
fine and you have to advise Captain to go ahead to enter Banjul for the 
conclusion of this transaction. 

I have done all I can do to perfect this transaction, the next job is 
left to you and Captain. That is the clearing and claiming of the funds. 

I expect hearing from you as soon as you finished discussion with Captain. 

Regards, 

Jonathan. 

  From:  "Lonslo Tossov"  
Cc:  captin_stabbin 
Date:  18 Oct 2002, 07:11:24 AM  

MOKOENA 

BARRYMORE TELLS ME THAT HE HAS PUT WHEELS IN MOTION 
SO WHAT IS ALL THIS NONSENSE? EITHER YOU ARE WITH US 
OR WE WILL STOP ALL BUSINESS WITH YOU. STABBIN IS ON 
ROUTE OUR FINANCIER AND LEGAL TEAM ARE ON THE CASE AND 
YET YOU MAKE EXCUSES AND EVEN FAIL TO GIVE CAPTAIN HIS 
DOCKING INSTRUCTIONS. FAR FROM DELAYING WE HAVE BEEN 
IN CONSTANT CONTACT WASTING TIME AND ENERGY IT SEEMS 
TO MAKE THIS MATTER WORK. I HAVE CLEARED THE $25,000 
FEES BUT NOW IT SEEMS THEY ARE NOT WANTED. EITHER GET 
YOUR FINGER OUT AND CRACK ON OR I WILL TELL STABBIN TO 
TURN BACK AND WE CAN MAKE OUR FORTUNES ELSEWHERE. 

TOSSOV

From:  "michael montague barrymore" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" 
Cc:  captin_stabbin
Date:  21 Oct 2002, 08:06:04 AM  
Subject:  Re: Captain Stabbin funds transfer 18.10.02  

Dear Mr Mokoena

TRANSFER OF FUNDS, due regimen and outstanding specificates:

My ref Musa 1/211002/Aus 125666

Am in receipt of your statement re transience of monetary balances, such
twiglets, or with all circumscribed financial delegations, subsequent
entitlements, dispersements and aforementioned regards in case of Western
Union or nominated agents. (In instance of nomination being a fair and
undisputed traverse path for all dealings for which minge is bestowed in
good trust)

YOU WILL BE ADVISED

In deference to Natalese commerce regulatory (both statutory and tribal
indicative through common usage) that such dispersements and all onward
sourced obliquys in regards to such matters; not holding due displacements
in presumed case of all such financial deferments (overseas)that matters
pertaining remain dilbert, and such undertakings being of such imminence as
to stand my client CAPTAIN IRVING PETTIGREW MORGAN STABBIN, of Marsol Hotel
Av. Senador Dinarte Mariz, 1567 Via Costeira - Natal underwritten. 

HOWEVER

Due gain and significance having been to all untowards fenestrations,
likely disassembling and enripordes, all thorough going commerce must
assemble in reasonable short order as demanded by Natalese Order in Council
154 (67) amended 1997 via Pordes Mandate. Ena Sharples Quo Vivium Este, one
might say.

IN THIS INSTANCE

1. Will aforementioned MUHAMMED MUSA of said MATIYDA SECURITY INC or
JONATHAN MOKEONA make due respite and provide full and earnest co-operation
in outstanding ledger, accounting, or all pecuniary matters arising, as per
order in Council 154 Uhuru-Scotty(QV)? 

2. Is such matters arising of full and complete consequence for all title
and deed holders of intended monetary and/or pecuniary gain, todger
incipit, full and free of dispute, dissent and further suit?

3. All twix to be in full bar and summary ovaltines after due process of
this agreement.

Please resolve this matters at your earliest.v

Michael Montague Barrymore
Regis Finanacium Kermit Froggis 18776

From: Jonathan Mokoena
Dear Mr. Michael Barrymore,

Many thanks to your mail. at the first place, I wish to inform you that
this project has been delayed a lot by Captain, and if he has instructed
you to send the money across to Mr. Mohammed Musa of the Security Company
in Banjul, please do that immediately.

In terms of the preposed agreement, Captain and I have discussed on that
and we are working towards one direction. What we need is this fund paid to
the security company immediately. The delay of this is not helping us at
all. 

I have to advise you to discuss with Mr. Musa on how you are going to send
this money to him please. This is the problem Captain and myself is having
right away. If you will send to him through Western Union Money Transfer,
fine. Then ask him to send you the names you are to make the payment with.
I am communicating Captain at once in respect of your mail.

Regards,
Jonathan Mokoena.

  From:  matyida securityinc [matyida2001@yahoo.com] 
To:  m.barrymore
Date:  21 Oct 2002, 12:36:47 PM  
Subject:  Fwd: muhammed musa.  

ATTN; MR BARRYMORE.

Dear Sir.
I got your email with thanks, also I understood all
your content, but in the meantime I will like to
inform you that you should do the necessary things
immidiately so that it will safe time for everyone of
us ok.
However, if you have anyquestion to ask, do not
hesitate to do so ok.

untill I hear from you again.

Thanks.Musa Muhammed.

From: Jonathan Mokoena
Dear Captain,

I have read your mail and it is well understood. 
But you have to know that I am not happy with the developments. 
You have delayed this transaction.

I received a mail from Mr. Barrymore and I have replied him also. 
However, you have to instruct Mr. Barrymore to send across the fund 
to Mr. Musa so that this consignments will not be accuring more 
demurrages. Delay is dangerous.

As for the South African Rands, please kindly change them to US Dollars. 

Captain,Please do whatever you can to be in Banjul, The Gambia 
before this week Friday. However, where exactly are you now. 

Concerning what you want to buy in Banjul, Musa will assist you 
to buy whatever you want there as soon as everything is over. 
Please try to be in Banjul soonest to claim these consignments.

As for the watches, I still have hopes of them. No skin pain.

In conclusion, I am still advising you to instruct Mr. Barrymore 
to send the money across immediately to Mr. Musa. 
We have no more time to waste.

I am expecting your final discussion with your banker.

Regards,

Jonathan. 

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena"  
Date:  22 Oct 2002, 02:26:02 AM  
Subject:  Re: Get Back to me immediately   

Ahoy mate Mokoena!
Your message received and understood. However please do not feel I am avoiding
you. Progress eastward aboard the Lucky Ladd has been slow, but now we have
amended our course back towards Banjul, and Miracsky's fishing net has been cut
away from the rudder, all is progressing much easier. Barnacle infestation
below the water line as always require attention, as well as cockle fatigue,
but we are coping.
Miracsky has been forgiven his contre temps a la tardis, and is now back on the
wheel. I have had to ask Euphemia to spend some time being creative in the
galley, as hard tack and turtle soup is becoming no joke. Young Craven Morehead
has been blessing too, and has been more than willing to get down to all his
required duties whatever the hour, and then some.

Please negotiate directly with Mr Barrymore re the transfer of funds as it hard
to organise while at sea. After Miracsky's accident the landsat is unreliable
(I am only able to communicate with all the lights turned off or way down) and
then only make contact with shore intermittantly.

All being well we hope to be in Banjul at the weekend. Mr Musa should be able
to recognise the Lucky Lad by the name but we will hoist a table cloth up the
mast, the distinctive flowery pattern will draw his eye. 

PS I have captured an Albatross as a gift for you. It is flapping madly inside
a lobster pot but will be easy to tame on shore.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
34' 27" N  67' 28" W

From: Jonathan Mokoena
Dear Captain,

I have read your mail and it is well understood. 

First and foremost, you must be in constant contact with Mr. Musa 
since he is with our funds.

Secondly, I have been exchanging mails with Mr. Michael Barrymore, 
your banker and legal adviser. In fact, i still do not understand his mails. 
I have asked him to be plain on what he wanted from me. If he wants me to 
sign an agreement before he will send this money to Mr. Musa, I am will 
and ready to do so. However, is Mr. Barrymore aware of this transaction? 
I want to know about this immediately.

So, it is your duty to communicate him and instruct him on what to do now. 
Captain, I am still saying that you are delaying this transaction. It has 
taken long. You will be in Banjul in the nexy two days or by the weekend 
is not the matter, but if this money did not reach Mr. Musa, he will not 
attend to us. He has been saying this for a long time now, but you will 
not understand it. 

Instruct Mr. Barrymore now to open up to me so that I will know what 
he wanted from me. Period. We are not kids to execute such kind of project.

Delay is not helping us.

I am expecting your immediate reply.

Thanks,

Jonathan.


From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena"  
Date:  22 Oct 2002, 05:23:23 AM  

Ahoy there Mate Jonno!

Have managed to download your most recent transmission, even though the Landsat
is playing up again. Seems elastoplast will keep the snagged connection usuable
but it comes undone very quickly in the damp and salt around.

You have Barrymore's communications, then act accordingly. He has been fully
briefed by Lonslo Tossov. I trust his judgement explicitly. By all means send
him your agreement if that is what he has asked. As soon as I park in Banjul
harbour, replace the dilithium crystals, pass over your Powerpuff watches and
sell the fish, then we will get the small print finalised.

Please expedite these matters as I am keen to reach the end of both my voyage,
and this whole water logged affair. I have not navigated 3,876 miles, emptied
bilge tanks of vimto and swabbed decks free of turtle offal for nothing I hope.
Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
33' 27" N  68' 28" W

From: Jonathan Mokoena
Dear Mr. Michael,

Many thanks again to your mail and I wish to inform you that what ever
agreement you may want me to endorse, I am willing to have it/them written
by your kind office and send to me via email as an attachment. I will sign
and send back to you via attachment also. Provided you will release the
money for us to execute the transaction. 

If the three listed points where the agreement, I agreed and accepted them
with due respect. But I have to inform you that I will be coming to Banjul
to meet Captain as soon as he finished the clearing and claiming. I am in a
tight coner so any movement I make now will raise an eyebrows. Please have
this in mind.

This is getting delayed. If you accept my words, consult Captain and
inform him on what I said, then communicate Mr. Musa and discuss with him
on how you are to send the money to him. Either through Western Union Money
Trenafer or any other means. Delay is not helping this matter. I have
exchanged mail with Captain today as well.

I am promising, if I fail to conslude this transaction with Captain,
arrane me to Internatuional Court of Justice in Holland, I will appear to
answer the court.

However, may I know where your base is?

Regards as I expect to hear from you immediately.

Jonathan Mokoena.

  From:  "michael montague barrymore" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena"  
Date:  22 Oct 2002, 07:10:10 AM  
Subject:  Re: Captain Stabbin funds transfer  

Dear Mr Mokoena

I haven't time for this pettifogging. You have the agreement, either your
good self or Musa should execute it , all due terms and conditions
withstanding, in pro expedia, and with due despatch. My address is below as
per signature. You may courier it to my Stringalonga office urgently as I
will be absent shortly. I have an urgent case in Willywonk to adjudicate. 

No money can leave my hands until the paperwork is processed. Natalese
perogatives and protocol being the legal framework applicable in this case,
naturally, as per orders in council. (Res. Stat.)

Do not worry about the International Court of Justice (to which
incidentally I serve occasional, purely on a sue generis judicia basis). We
have perfectly good redress here in the state of Tocumwal.

Now please expedite matters so that we can move forward, or I will advise
my clients to withdraw their finance and their interest in this enterprise.
In such an irregular matter as this you will understand that I wish to
ensure matters run smoothly.

Barrymore


From: Jonathan Mokoena
  To:  m.barrymore 
Date:  23 Oct 2002, 02:20:21 AM  

Dear Sir,
I have read your mail and with due respect, i am going to print 
out the preposed agreement, which i will rewrite here in Somaila 
and send back to you via attachment after signing.

So, you will be expecting the attachment on your email any moment 
from now.

Regards,

Jonathan.

  From:  "michael montague barrymore" 
Date:  23 Oct 2002, 05:32:19 AM   

Mokoena

No sign of your attachment, as per your previous communication this last
instant.

Please hurry, as Willywonk is pressing.

Barrymore


From: Jonathan Mokoena
Dear Mr. Barrymore,

Sequel to the agreement which you wanted me to write, 
I have to inform you that after more revising of your contents, 
the passages were fully understood.

Now, coming to the full co-operation required by both parties, 
I am assuring you a 100% co-operation by both parties, mainly 
from my side (that is, Mr. Mohammed musa and myself). That Mr. 
Mohammed Musa have no hand on my belongings, rather as soon as 
he is paid the Demurrage charges and other fees that amount to 
the $25,000.00 for the safekeeping of the consignments, the four 
will be released to Captain on reacing MATIYDA SECURITY INC.

However, concerning the issueof "Full and Free of Disput, Discent 
and Further Suit, I, Mr. Jonathan Mokoena will not live to have 
any kind of misunderstanding with my fellow partners, that is, 
Mr. Tossvo, Captain irving P. M. Stabbin and even you, since we 
agreed earlier that 40% of the total funds is their share. And 
what ever expenses one made in course of this transaction must be 
given back to each first before we go into sharing. I stand on this.

Furthermore, coming to the agreement which you wanted Mr. Mohammed Musa 
to put up, I have to inform you that this Mr. Musa is not a party to this 
business, and as such he do not have any knowledge of the real contents 
of the consignments, rather I declared them to be personal belongings 
(Artfacts). So, this issue should not come up at all, therefore, withdraw 
that area. Mr. Musa is only there to release the consignments to Captain 
as soon as the required fees is paid to him and his organization.

Mr. Barrymore, I hope this write up will serve a great purpose to this 
transaction and try to safe keep it for record purposes.

But in case you still want me to sing any agreement to you before you 
will release the fund to Mr. Musa, please kindly DRAFT it and send to 
me for endorsement. I am fully ready to endorse it. And you should know 
that i am not the one to draft the agreement, rather you have to DRAFT 
it from your side.

I am expecting to hearing from you immediately.

Regards,

Jonathan Mokoena.

From: Jonathan Mokoena
Dear Captain, 

This is to inform you that your attention is greatly needed immediately. 
I have been in communication with Mr. Barrymore concerning the agreement 
he wanted from me.

In fact, have a look on what I send to him and I will want you to expidate 
action thereby instructing him to go ahead in sending the money to Mr. 
Hohammed musa so that the consignments will not be incurring more demurrages.

After going through this mail, you will equally find out that if I am 
requires to put up an agreement, it is him (Mr. Barrymore) that will DRAFT it, 
then send to me for endorsment. But if he will accept what i have just writen 
in responsed to what he wanted to hear from me, fine, and let us stop wasting 
time towards the sending of the money to Mr. Musa.

You have a great job to do here.

Regards,

Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" 
Date:  24 Oct 2002, 03:40:36 AM  
Subject:  Re: Get Back to me immediately  

Ahoy there Mokoena!

I have just read your message. Sorry for the delay in replying, but Miracsky
caught his foot in the wiring behind my sea desk here last night (we'd had a
small celebration as we passed Readybrek Island, leading to an unfortunate
imbibing of the yacht's medical brandy supplies) and we had a devil of job
putting everything back together again. However all seems to work fine,
although we urgently need new codswallop for the lower tosh point now.

I can't understand the problem. Barrymore says he has sent you a draft
agreement. Why can't it be signed and returned as requested? Soon as this done
wheels will be put in motion. He says he has to go to Willywonk on a long hard
case I understand, and may not have time to resend it. Mr Barrymore is a very
important man and will not want to be bothered by pestering of this sort.
Mokoena mate, I will be making landfall by the weekend and need these things
resolved!

Please make every effort to get matters in hand. I am relying upon you in this
instance. Frankly I do not trust your Mr Musa. He seems an idiot, and I
certainly would not want him on board during a heavy swell.

The weather has been poor but we are making fair progress towards port. Has a
reception upon our arrival been organised been organised? 

By the way do you want the Bubbles or Buttercup Powerpuff Girls watch? 

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
23' 16" N  56' 14" W

From: Jonathan Mokoena
  
To: "Lonslo Tossov"  
Subject: Get Back immediately 
Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2002 06:44:11 -0500 

Dear Brother, 

This is to inform you that I have exchanged mails with both Captain 
and Mr. Barrymore, and in fact, I still do not understand what exactly 
Mr. Barrymore wanted from me. 

I asked him that if he want me to sign an agreement, he have to compose it 
and send to me so that I will endores. 

I am expecting you to advise them more so that everything will be moving 
faster and faster. 


Regards, 

Jonathan. 

  From:  "Lonslo Tossov"
Cc:  captin_stabbin
Date:  24 Oct 2002, 07:18:01 AM  
Subject:  Re: Get Back immediately  
 
MOKOENA 

I HAVE JUST GOT BACK FROM SHAGULREKA AND NOW FIND ALL THIS DILLY DALLY. 
BARRYMORE HAS SENT YOU A PERFECTLY GOOD AGREEMENT HE TELLS ME AND THE 
CAPTAIN IS ON HIS WAY TO YOU DESPITE SOME DIFFICULTIES. WHAT MORE DO 
YOU WANT MAN? PUT YOUR HOUSE IN ORDER AND LETS DO BUSINESS. 

TOSSOV

From: Jonathan Mokoena
To:  Captin_Stabbin
Date:  24 Oct 2002, 06:51:15 AM  
Subject:  Re: Get Back to me immediately  

Dear Brother,

I have read your mail of today, and all your comments were well noted.

I have noted all that happened to Miracsky, but God must surely lead you
through to Banjul.
Coming to the drafted Agreement sent to me by Mr. Barrymore, I see it as not
being complete because there must me a provision for my signature, at least one
witness from my side and where he, you or Mr. Tossov will endorse. Please,
kindly instruct him to draft it in order so that it will be well understood by
both parties. I am ready and willing to endorse it immediately he arranged the
drafted agreement and send back to him via attachment. I have discussed with
him on this.

 So Captain, it is your duty to instruct him to re-arrange the drafted
agreement and send to me for endorsement. But since he is not going to be
around for some times, I will print out that one he sent, endorse it and send
back to him first thing tomorrow. As I am writing this mail, a flight is
waiting to take me to Abdijan, Cote D' Ivoire for a  peace talk between the
ruling conutry and the rebels.  I will return back to Etophia again today and
will be sending the attachment to Mr. Barrymore first thing tomorrow. Try to
inform hi on this, okay.

Yes, a good news from Mr. Musa, he has inquired from the Banjul Port
Authorities concerning your arrival to their port and the packing space for
you. According to Mr. Musa, this is what he told me
" I WAS TOLD THAT WHENEVER THE PERSON ARRIVES, THAT THEY WILL SHOW HIM WHERE TO
DO THE PACKING OK."
So, you have seen that the youngman is trying for us though he is not a party
to the funds therein the consignments. However, you have to be very careful
with the port securities there because they will be seeing you as a SPY to
their country (The Gambia), while you are not. Therefore, you must not tell any
body your mission to Banjul, The Gambia if asked because I know they will
surely ask you. You have to maintain that you are there to buy Made-In-Africa
Goods. Do not go beyond this. That you was directed that you will get what you
want in that Country. Preiod. Never tell anybody why you are there as this is
for security reasons.
Captain, Mr. Musa is reliable, and he is capable to deliver to us. Have trust
in him. He is such a good man. I believe, it is chance that made him not have
gotten this information for us since. Thank God he has done something now.

As for the Wrist Watches, if any of this  Bubbles or Buttercup Powerpuff Girls
watch will suit my beautiful wife, puy it for her, at lease of two or three
types.

I expect to hear from you soonest.

Regards,
Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" 
Date:  25 Oct 2002, 03:34:54 AM   

Ahoy there mate Jonno

Its as bracing as a morning spray over the bow end to read these encouraging
words! Yes, in view of Barrymore's absence at Willywonk, your plan would seem
to be all for the best.

Banjul is now just a couple of days away, and as much of Miracsky's sea
sickness has abated, conditions on board are looking up. I have managed to
patch up the tardis, although the maritime dalek still needs some work.

I m greatly looking forward to greeting Musa at the dockside, shaking your
friendly warmly by the hand and showing him the sextant which has guided us
this far without much incident. Do I hand him the watches or should I post them
to you.

I have noted your concerns over the secrecy which must naturally attach itself
to the purpose of the Lucky Lad's epic voyage. Miracsky must be cautioned
particularly as, after a few drops of rum he is known to be careless in such
matters. A year or so back, I remember, an evening in the John Leslie pleasure
Gardens in Natal proves this. A drink or two quickly led this foolish sailor to
reveal my plans for navigating the Northwest Passage. Of course we were obliged
to cancel some very well laid plans at once and another commercial enterprise
was ruined.

Our arrival in Banjul harbour will naturally excite much comment given how
large and proud my rigging is, even when furled, and so your suggestions are
welcome. However the fish we have for sail will I hope allay suspicions.

Since we have been unable to obtain details as to tide, quay side conditions or
the number of the harbour master, we must perforce remain at sea until these
issues are resolved I fear. Perhaps Mr Musa would be prepared to row out to
great us? We could guide him by flares. This is a shame, as I wished to make
landfall as soon as possible, and get on with the business in hand. If these
things can be checked I would still be very grateful.

Good luck with negotiations with the rebels by the way. If my mother in law
Euphemia can offer advise in this matter (she has served on the Tunbridge Wells
Women's Guild General Council) she will be delighted.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
23' 78" N 56' 12" W

From: Jonathan Mokoena
  To: "Lonslo Tossov"  
Subject: Re: Get Back immediately   
Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 04:31:04 -0500     

Dear Brother,     

I have read your mail and I still matain that the drafted agreement 
send to me by Mr. Barrymore is not properly drafted. At least, 
he should have draft it in a way it will be more understood. 
    
Then, he will endorse his colum and send it to me so that I will 
endorse my cloum too. But since he did not draft it in that form, 
I am drafting the agreement from here, which I will fully endorse 
and send to him at once. 
 
That is the position. 
   
Regards,     
Jonathan.

  From:  "Lonslo Tossov"   
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com   
Date:  25 Oct 2002, 03:53:51 AM     
    
GOOD THEN DO THAT AND MATTERS CAN PROCEED. I UNDERSTAND THAT STABBIN'S BOAT 
IS FAST APPROACHING LAND AND THIS BUSINESS OF YOURS SHOULD HAVE BEEN DONE 
LONG AGO. ENSURE THAT THE EXCHANGE IS DONE PROFESSIONALLY AND ALL WILL BE WELL. 
I WILL TELL BARRYMORE THAT HE CAN REMAIN HAPPILY WITH WILLYWONK FOR HIS CASE 
AND NEED NOT FRET OVER THESE DETAILS. STABBIN TELLS ME HE HAS GOT SOME NICE 
POWERPUFF GIRLS WATCHES FOR YOU_BE SURE AND THANK HIM AS THESE ARE HIGHLY 
SOUGHT AFTER BY TIME PIECE CONNOISSEURS.     

HOWEVER STABBIN SAYS YOU ARE GOING AWAY TO NEGOTIATE WITH SOME REBELS HOW 
CAN WE CONTACT YOU IN EVENT OF QUERY     

TOSSOV

From:  "michael montague barrymore"    
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena"    
Date:  25 Oct 2002, 07:50:15 AM    
Subject:  Re: Captain Stabbin funds transfer  
    
Dear Mr Mokoena    

STABBIN/TOSSOV FUNDS TRANSFER ALLOCATION (as per previous communications,
our ref now aud 2300/181002)    

As you may have gathered, Mr Barrymore is away dealing with some pressing
business at Willwonk and has instructed me to deal with his business in the
legal interregnum.    

He was expecting a signed agreement from you, I believe subject to
agreement from all parties, and this has not yet been received. Please
remit your documention, on a neb con basis, forthwith as I understand time
is pressing.    

May I remind you that a lack of substantive paperwork, with all  means that
this business may be delayed.    

Mike N. Bernie-Winters,  
PP Michael Montague Barrymore  
Michael Barrymore AASA, DFC,  
Financial Advisor  
2645 Gooliepully Road  
Stringalonga, TOCUMWAL,NSW,2714  
Phone: (02) 9298 3777  
Fax: (02) 9298 3780    


From: Jonathan Mokoena
  
From:  Jonathan Mokoena [okoenajoe@yahoo.com] 
To:  m.barrymore
Date:  25 Oct 2002, 09:34:05 AM  
Subject:  Fwd: HERE IS THE AGREEMENT LATTER COMING TO YOU AS AN ATTACHMENT.  

Dear Mr. Barrymore, 
Please, do not mind sending you this attachment from yahoo box. 
It is also mine email box but I don't use it offten. Let all your 
reply come through my former jonathan_mok@africamail.com 

This is to inform you that I have written the agreement, therefore 
you have to dawnload to view the text contents. However, you have 
to do a careful downloading of this Attachment in order to see the 
contents well. 
However, do not fail to communicate Mr. Musa in Banjul, The Gambia 
so that he will direct you on how to send the money across to him. 
Captain is with all Musa's contact details. I hope you have the same.
 
I am sorry for any delay in sending the agreement to you. it is due 
to the nature of my job. In fact, I do not stay at a place. 
My movement is from one location to another. so, bear with me. 
And i am hoping to conclude this transaction in due course. 
Yours, 
Jonathan Mokoena. 

From: Jonathan Mokoena
   
To:   Captin_Stabbin
Subject:   Re: Get Back to me immediately  
Date:   Fri, 25 Oct 2002 10:39:08 -0700 
 
Dear Captain,

I was just arriving to Ethiopia from Abdijan, Cote d' Ivoire 
for a peace talk which I attended yesterday. I hope I informed 
you on this mission.

However, I have read your mail and In fact, i wish to inform you 
that I have written the Agreement, which I have forwarded to Mr. Barrymore 
via email attachment.

Mr. Barrymore is not around, nothing is lost yet since his assistant
Mr. Mike was asked to contuine. Fine. We are making progress.

As for Mr. Musa, you will sure transact more business with his organisation 
as soon as this one is over. Excellent reception will be given to you on
your arrival to Banjul Sea Port, but you should not fail to contact Mr. Musa on
phone so that he will arrange to pick you up from there. Coming to the Wrist
Watches, hand them over to Musa on my behalf. I hope you selated the best
quality ones for my beautiful wife, by name Nononkem. But how many watches did
you purchase for me? I will like to know the number.

Further to the docking of your ship, I hope you do not have to remain on the 
sea since Musa told me that the port authorities is ready to allow you in as 
soon as you arrives. So, keep your journey straight to Banjul. There is NO 
SKINPAIN. Your habouring at Banjul Sea Port will not cause any unwanted to you. 
You need to see that place yourself to believe, and as such, the country is 
directly in the high sae. Therefore, their port facilities is very superp. 
Proceed immediately to Banjul.

I am also greatful that you did understood the importance of keeping 
this transaction to its highest level of secrecy. Please maintain that.

Forthermore, since I have dispatched the agreement to both Mr. Barrymore 
and yourself, it is now your duty to instruct Mr. Barrymore to send across 
the money to Mr. Musa Mohammed at once. Like you are aware, delay is dangerous.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Date:  27 Oct 2002, 09:08:10 AM  

Ahoy there Mate Jonno!

We are now parked just outside Banjul! I can smell the exotic world of Africa,
and almost see the white breakers!

I understand that Mike N. Bernie-Winters, acting in Mr Barrymore's absence, has
agreed that the money exchange can take place with all despatch, and so it only
remains for us to make formal contact. As soon as we hear back from the Banjul
Port Authority about where to stow the boat then we can transact our business
immediately. It looks as if we will be at Berth 4. However to check on this
please contact The Port Authority on 220 227269. Apparently they are waiting
for tanker or another large ship to pull out and leave some space and then we
can draw in.

In the meantime I am happy for Mate Miracsky to row ashore for first contact.
Please advise the best place to meet Mr Musa. Or perhaps your colleague would
like to hop into a dinghy and make his way out to us? We could crack open some
fine Natalese Dork Wine to mark the occasion! Miracsky will of course be able
to hand over the Powerpuff watches expected so keenly by you and your lovely
wife Nononkem. Please pass one to her with my highest regards. My own wife
Agatha sadly passed away a year or so back in an unfortunate accident when
Miracsky was pouring fish into the forward hold.

Let me know as soon as possible as Euphemia is eager to go shopping for
supplies and I must seek out the Dilithium crystals for the tardis, which as
you know has become damaged.

Capt Stabbin
Aboard the Lucky Lad
Third reef buoy along,
Just outside Banjul Banjul Sea Port

From: Jonathan Mokoena
Dear Captain,

Sequel to the Agreement Letter I sent to you yesterday, 
I am unable to hear from you at least to confirm the receipt of it.

Please I look up to hearing from you at least by Monday 
next week.

However, more actions is requird from your side as in making 
the money available for the clearance of the consignments.

Till I hear from you.

Regards,

Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
Date:  28 Oct 2002, 01:56:28 AM  

Ahoy there Mate Mokoena

What's the drift on this business venture? We are getting sea sick waiting to
here from you and the Gambia Port Authority are growing suspicious. What should
we tell them?

STABBIN

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad

  From:  "Lonslo Tossov" 
Date:  28 Oct 2002, 05:17:09 AM  
 
MOKOENA 

STABBIN IS PARKED JUST OUTSIDE OF BANJUL WAITING TO HEAR FROM THE 
PORT AUTHORITY AND YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS. WHAT THE DEVIL IS HAPPENING? 
HE CANT STAY THERE FOREVER, GET ON WITH IT MAN 

TOSSOV

From: Jonathan Mokoena
Dear Brother,

I did not hear from you after all my mails to you. 
I hope you have been communicating with Musa. In fact, 
I need a good from you immediately you received this mail.

However, have you gotten the money from your bankers? 

I expect more explanations from you immediately since 
i will not want any faul play from you. 

Please confirm at once so that I will apply for an annual leave 
in order to meet up with you at the sea.

Regards,

Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"   
Date:  29 Oct 2002, 03:24:28 AM    

Ahoy there Mate Mokoena!

We have now got harbour clearance and are waiting to meet up. Please do not
delay as we will have to set sail home soon, much as Miracsky is enjoying the
night life. The whole deck smells cleaner now we have sold the fish - what a
relief!

Mr Mike N Bernie-Winters has mailed Me the money and it is all here waiting for
you.

Please come and make yourself known, Eupehmia will whistle you aboard and we
can entertain you on board with a game of pin the tail on the wilderbeest.

No news from Mr Musa. Is he ill?

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard The Lucky Lad
Banjul Sea Port
3 boat along
Quay 4

From: Jonathan Mokoena
Dear Mr. Mike,

I write to confirm from you whether you have send across the money to
Captain.

We need to conclude this transaction on or before this Friday.
I am expecting to get more news from you.

Regards,

Jonathan.

From:  "michael montague barrymore" 
Cc:  captin_stabbin
Date:  29 Oct 2002, 07:31:12 AM  

Dear Mr Mokeona

This office has ratified the transaction and has relayed adequate funds to
client Stabbin on the previous instant, in full cognisance and mutual
applications of relevant judicem ad rumpepumpy.

Please communicate with your partners as per transaction previously
outlined (our ref aus 60082 291002) and then proceed to the next stage with
Captain Stabbin who has arrived in your port.
Mr Barrymore will be in conclusion of his business at Willywonk shortly.

Mike N. Bernie-Winters
ppMichael Barrymore

From: Jonathan Mokoena
Dear Captain,

I have been waiting for quite a long time without hearing from you. 
Please, i am worried, and I will want you to keep me informed with 
the latest development as to enable me apply for an annual leave, 
in porder to meet you up there for the celebration and sharing.

I expect hearing from you immediately.

From: Captin Stabbin NN (Rtd)
Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2002 07:22:44 -0800 (PST)

 Ahoy there mate Jonno
 Did you get my previous message? We are here docked in Banjul. 
I have the money wired. No news from Mr Musa or anyone and 
we are thinking of going home.

 Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
 Aboard The Lucky Lad
 Banjul Banjul Sea Port

From: Jonathan Mokoena
Date:  29 Oct 2002, 09:17:26 AM  

  Ahoy Captain,

Musa is worried concerning your way about. You refused to call him on phone or
to send email. 

Please, kindly call him on either of the two phone lines: 220-903 685 or
220-781 905. His phone lines were ok. I do not know why you have not been
calling him. If you are already in a hotel, the hotel must have a name and
telephone lines. So confirm to me at once so that I will communicate Musa from
here.

Captain, you are not leaving Banjul until you move the funds into your account.

However, I have given Musa the phone of that Port Authority Staff you gave to
me yesterday, and I instructed him to try if he will communicate you through
that. Be informed that if he try to reach you on than number, he is going to
act as your son-in-law. This is to avoid anybody knowing our business. 

I am expecting to hear from you immediately.

Regards.,

Jonathan.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" 
Cc:  matyida2001@yahoo.com  
Date:  29 Oct 2002, 12:32:23 PM  

Ahoy there Mate Jonno

Miracsky has been trying on the ship-to-shore and even popped into a bar
(rather a dubious place I must say) after brisk row into the harbour, to raise
either yourself on these numbers you have given, but with no joy. The lines are
as dead as the Titanic's radio.

As we suspect you are not serious we are all going on a pleasure trip to Fort
Bullen at Barra Point tomorrow and then we will make preparations to leave
unless we continue up to Basse Santa Su for some more shopping. I have managed
to locate some dilithium crystals in a quayside arcade so we are in luck.
Miracsky wants to hire a jeep to Albreda but I have not yet decided to allow
him this treat after his carelessness with the Twixometer this morning. He bent
the curmudgeon quite badly.

If either you or Musa make yourself known to myself or Miracsky at the quay
then we can do business, otherwise I - and my money - must be getting back.

Stabbin

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Still aboard the Lucky Lad
Banjul Banjul Sea Port


From: Jonathan Mokoena
   
To:  Captin_Stabbin 
Date:  29 Oct 2002, 08:50:19 AM  
Subject:  Do not leave Banjul until you pick up the consignments.  

Dear Brother,

I have been receiving your mail and I have to instruct you that you should not
make any move o go back as you said. Mr. Musa has been a busy man, therefore I
suggest that is why you have not heard from him either.

I have been in communication with Mr. Mohammed Musa, therefore, Captain,he is
asking me if you have any phone line there where he (Musa) can communicate you
immediately? Or do you want him to contact you through the phone of that staff
of the Banjul port authority?
You can contact him immediately on his phone lines: 220-903 685 or 220-781 905.
Also, send him an email at once.

Meanwhile, how is your Mother-in-law and the rest crew members? Extend my
regards to them until I meet you  up soonest because now I have heard from you,
I am applying for an annual leave in order to be with you in the coast.

Expecting you to communicate Musa immediately so that he will know exactly
where you are before he comes to pick you.

Moreover, I am now rellaxed that you are having the money to make the
neccessary clearing.

I need your advise immediately.

Regards,

Jonatrhan.

From: Jonathan Mokoena
     
Date:  29 Oct 2002, 11:45:44 PM  
Subject:  URGENT PLEASE.  

AHOY CAPTAIN,

I HAVE READ YOUR MAIL AND I AM TELLING YOU THAT THE TWO PHONE LINES OF MUSA
WERE ALL IN ORDER. IN FACT, I DISCUSSED WITH HIM THROUGH THOSE LINES LAST NIGHT
AND HE IS STILL COMPLAINING THAT YOU HAVE NOT REACHED HIM.

PLEASE, YOU SHOULD NOT ALLOW THIS CONSIGNNMENTS TO KEEP ON LATING IN HIS
COSTUDY. PLACE A CALL ON HIM RIGHT AWAY ON THE PHONE LINES IMMEDIATELY. SINCE
YOU ARE CALLING DIRECTLY FROM BANJUL, REMEMBER YOU DO NOT HAVE TO ADD THE
COUNTRY CODE (220). WHAT YOU HAVE TO DIAL IS EITHER 903 685 OR 781 905. 

CAPTAIN, THIS MISSION IS NOT WHAT YOU WILL REPEAT NEXT TIME. LET EVERYTHING GET
CONCLUDED NOW. DO NOT TALK OF LEAVING BANJUL WITHOUT THIS FUNDS IN THE
CONSIGNMENTS. IN FACT, CAN YOU GIVE ME THE NAME OF THE HOTEL WHERE YOU ARE
STAYING AND THEIR TELEPHONE SO THAT I WILL SEND TO MUSA. 

FURTHERMORE, SEND A MAIL TO MUSA TO INFORM HIM HOW HE WILL LOCATE YOU
IMMEDIATELY. HOWEVER, BEAR IN MIND THAT I GAVE YOU A PASSWORD WHICH YOU MUST
DEMAND FROM HIM AS YOU SEE HIM. THE ANSWER TO THE PASSWORD IS "B77". DO NOT
FORGET THIS PLEASE SINCE YOU HAVE NOT SEEN HIM BEFORE. IN FACT, HE IS A TALL,
FAIR AND HANDSOME  YOUNG MAN. 

CAPTAIN, YOU HAVE TO ADHERE TO MY DIRECTIVES IMMEDIATELY. CALL HIM ON PHONE
IMMEDIATELY. HIS PHONE LINES WERE ALL WORKING. I SPOKE WITH HIM LAST NIGHT ON
THOSE PHONES.

I EXPECT TO HEAR POSITIVELY FROM YOU AGAIN.

REGARDS AND BEST OF LUCK.

JONATHAN.

From: Jonathan Mokoena
    
Date:  30 Oct 2002, 03:41:41 AM  
Subject:  I am sending mail to Mr. Tossov now to inform him on what is happening.  

Dear Captain,

I have not yet heard from you after my first mail of the day. 
In fact, I wish to know whether you  have finally got Musa on phone? 
Please, if you have not, kindly contuine trying his lines until 
you get him. This journey is not what you will come back the second time. You
can find out what  it took you to be there.

Like I told you earlier today, his two phone lines were in order, and I did
spoke with him last night. So, kindly make a way out to reach him on phone. 

However, if you are in a hotel, get back to me at once with the name of the
hotel and its phone lines so that I will communicate Musa from here. The best
way is, you contact Musa from there immediately by phone since both of you are
now in the same country. If you cannot reach him through phone, send him an email. 

As at the time of writting, Musa is still worried for not have seen you. I
wonder what is happening. 

Furthermore, don't forget to hand him over the wrist watches you bought and
other gifts.

I was in contact with my wife this afternoon, and I made her to know that you
are sending a powerful wrist watch for her and she welcomed it. In fact, she
insisted to be in Banjul with me as soon as I granted the leave. Defenitely,
you are seeing both of us in Banjul as soon as I obtain my annual leave.

In conclusion, my brother do as I have told you to get in touch with Mr. Musa,
settle him and get our consignments cleared out of his costudy immediately.

I am expecting to hear from you immediately.

Best of luck,

Jonathan.

From: Jonathan Mokoena
 
Date:  30 Oct 2002, 04:50:56 AM  
Subject:  Captain, Delay is Dangerous.  

Dear Captian,

I have received a mail from Musa informing me that since he do not know you in
person, there is no way he will come into the Sae port and start looking for a
face he in not used to.

Based on the above therefore, you are advised to contact him on phone
immediately. His two phone lines were working well. In fact, after reading his
mail, I called him on the same phone 220-903 685, and spoke a little with him.
However, calls were being monitored here therefore, I will not want him to call
me to avoid my colleagues in the office to know about my discussion with any
body.

Please,  if you have a phone number where i can reach, send it to me
immediately via email, and make sure you get Musa on line at once. You do not
need to delay things.

Captain, what is your mission to Fort Bullen at Barra Point? You are going
there to have a pleasure leaving the business we have at hand. In fact, I do
not understand you at all. Why cann't you finish the transaction before going
to any other place?  

Best of luck,

Jonathan.

From:  "matyida securityinc" [matyida2001@yahoo.com] 
To:  Captin_Stabbin
Date:  30 Oct 2002, 05:10:02 AM   

CAPTIN.
THANKS FOR YOUR EMAIL, BUT I WILL LIKE TO KNOW IF YOU
ARE HERE FOR BUSINESS OR YOU ARE HERE TO ENJOY, ANYWAY
I BELIEVE THAT IF YOU ARE HERE BECAUSE OF THIS
CONSIGNMENT, THEN YOU WILL GET INTOUCH WITH ME OK, I
HAVE BEEN TO THE SEA TO LOOK FOR YOU AND YOU MIRASKY,
BUT YOU ARE NOWHERE TO BE FOUND, EVEN THE TELEPHONE
NUMBER WHICH YOU HAVE GIVEN TO ME, I HAVE CALLED THEM
AND I WAS TOLD THAT THEY DONT HAVE ANYBODY LIKE YOU IN
THERE LIST.

SO IF YOU ARE HERE FOR BUSINESS, THEN TRY AND GET
INTOUCH OK. ALSO YOU CAN GIVE ME YOUR NUMBERS OF WHERE
YOU ARE.

TILL I HEAR FROM YOU.

MUSA MUHAMMED.

From: Jonathan Mokoena
 
Date:  30 Oct 2002, 05:41:38 AM  

Dear Captain,

I received another mail from Musa thereby you are informing him that you are
leaving for a pleasure. What kind of pleasure are you into while we have a
business at hand.

It is like you are not interested with the 40%. I wonder why you should be
writing to him in that way. Captain, you have disappointed me. I did not
believe what i am seeing in you now. What kind of business Am into with you?

I am advising you to make a turn back to Banjul, call Musa on Phone so that you
will fix an appointement with him immediately. How come you are not getting him
on line as you are in Banjul, while I have been getting through all the way
from Etophia. I am not happy the way you are handling this transaction. 

I have told you to go back to Banjul to clear the consignments.
I am telling you now that you are causing a great damage to this transaction.
How can you reach banjul all the way from your base, but to communicate Musa on
phone to inform him of your arrival becomes a problem to you.

In short, I am fead up with what you are acting.

Turn back from whereever you are and contact Musa on phone immediately. 

I expect hearing from you at once.

Regards,

Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)
Date:  30 Oct 2002, 06:49:44 AM  

Ahoy Mate Mokeona

All this very disappointing. Promises promises, but nothing ever happens. I
have tried to contact yourself and Mr Musa, but to no avail. Miracsky has been
ashore several times with your numbers, rowing in a heavy swell I may add. but
there is just no one by that name at the other end. Do you take us for idiots? 
I have better things to do than waste the time of crew and myself.

In light of this dispiriting failure we are now taking a brief excursion down
the river to take some sights. Miracsky has brought his harpoon gun along and
Euphemia is sunning herself on deck. After a few days we may try again. In the
navy this would be unacceptable!

If your business committment is serious, by all means arrange to see us when we
have seen Fort Bullen and Oyster Creek and the other sights. Even with the
broken Twixometer we can still navigate well enough and the money I have
brought can be put towards holiday expenses.

In the meantime Miracsky has been busy with the digital scanner and my PC and
had scanned in my photo, taken with a young friend we met quayside yesterday,
and improved with an added, witty caption ('Birdseye' being my old navy
nickname). It will also suffice as an image for Mr Musa to spot me, should he
find us at Banjul upon our return, which should do away with that excuse..

I still hope to hear from you with a view to concluding this business, although
I have to say both Barrymore and Tossov have expressed reseravtions.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Still Aboard The Lucky Lad
Down the River Gambia

From: Jonathan Mokoena
Dear Captain,

Your mail was received and I have gone through the contents. 
Look, nobody is small. We aere men of advanced ages. How can my 
type of person involve you into a business that is not booming? 
In fact, you are the one causing the disappointment towards picking 
up the funds therein consignments. I have not done a business like 
this before. Do you think that I bring you down to Banjul to suffer? 
No, but you need to co-operate thereby contacting Musa on phone so 
that you and him will arrange on how he is to pick you down to the 
Security company. Captain, please do not waste this trip. It important 
that you go back to Banjul immediately. Musa's phones were all  working 
properly and I have been communicating him often. So, kindly call him 
on phone right away.  What will I tell myself if we don't grab this 
funds now. Where am  I going to get who will assist me again to clear 
and claim these funds if you refused to conclude this transaction?

I am in Adisa Ababa, Etophia right away and there is no way you can 
call me on phone here because of the security here. Any call that do 
comes here is being monitored. Therefore, try to get hold of Musa on 
his phone lines immediately and arrange with him on how he will come 
and pick you at once. This business I introduced you is for the benefit 
of all (you, Mr. Tossov and myself). I do not see the reason why you can 
not get in touch with Musa now. Please, do not allow this funds to keep 
on staying in Musa's costudy.

Captain, I am applogising to the entire crew for whatever delay that 
has happened, but one thing I will not take from you is another brand 
of delay. Please and please, do not prospond anything yet.  Like you 
said, that "After a few days we may try again", I disagree with you. 
Time is money. Please any where you are now, kindly go back to Banjul 
and make sure you get Musa on phone at once. Seeing Fort Bullen and 
Oyster Creek and the other sights have to come later, not now. Pleasure 
will be the secondary aspect of this transaction. When you got the money, 
you got everything. so brother, proceed back to Banjul at once. Musa 
have a lot of places to take us around after our business. 

My brother, I am still advising you not to use that money with you for 
any other thing rather you are to use it to clear the consignments since 
we have enough and too much money to keep the holiday rolling. Have you 
forgotten that I am supposed to join you in the Lucky Lad? I am suposed 
to be there, and I must be there to  enjoy and celebrate with  all the 
people on board.  
Captain, please can you scan your photo and send it immediately to Musa, 
and also inform him on the exact day you are going to be in Banjul port 
so that he will arrange to wait for you at the port. But in all your 
arrangement, you must get him on phone first as soon as you comes back 
to Banjul. It is due to lack of communication that the transaction is 
delaying, and I will not want it to happen again.  As soon as you arrive, 
make a phone call to Musa so that he will come up for you. But do not 
forget to send him your Photo for identification immediately since he 
cannot be going all round the Sea Port searching for you. You kmow he 
have not seen you before, so you have to ack according to this diretives.
However, I hope you did not revel or open up to the friend you meet at 
the Sea Port about our business. Please be much guilded on this. Also, 
should in case any body ask you again about your mission to Banjul, 
simplly tell them that you are a tourist. Period.
I am expecting to hear from you first thing tomorrow that you are in 
Banjul and you have spoken with Mr. Mohammed Musa.
Best of luck,
Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" 
Cc:  lonslo_tossov
Date:  31 Oct 2002, 04:42:49 AM  

Ahoy there Mokeona

Thanks for your messages. But as I said I don't want any more delays to spoil
what is turning into a splendid holiday for Craven, Ilichy, Euphemia and
myself. We certainly intend to take in Fort Bullen and Oyster Creek properly
before returning to Banjul Seaport. We may even spend a few more days on the
river. Miracsky has a mind to go crocodile hunting, although I don't know what
success he will have with this after his experience with the turtle last week
(do you have any suggestions by the way?).

Musa, Musa, Musa. A name I muse over frequently as I smoke my pipe in the balmy
evenings playing Twister with the crew. This man, this enigma, where is he? He
never writes or makes himself known to us. When we needed advice on coastal
regulations, on tide tables, and where to find Dilithium crystals, he proved
useless. Is he really worth bothering with?? Tossov thinks not. I ask this as a
lot of money is at stake and he seems unreliable. Perhaps we can bypass the
fellow and put all trouble behind us?

I have sent Musa my picture already, an amusing composite by Miracsky which
will suffice to instantly identifiy me in port. What more can I do? I am, sir,
still at your disposal, once we return to Banjul. This will be in a few days,
assuming fair wind and current. The spinnacle is still heavily barnacled but
perhaps an application of my trusty Stanley knife as well as the river water
will purge them in due course. As for my continued discretion in all matters,
of this you may be assured, although I caught Ilichy almost about to spill the
beans yesterday, during a canoe-side parley with a countryman of yours. He'd
been at the Merkin wine again and was merry, to say the least. A good talking
to has renewed his sense of security.

Hope to hear from you, regards good news in all respects soon,

Stabbin

PS Lovely country you have here. Is property cheap?

From: Jonathan Mokoena
  
Date:  31 Oct 2002, 01:14:50 AM  
Subject:  Urgent- Urgent-Urgent  

Dear Captain,

How are you today? I hope all is still well with you.

In fact, I expected a return mail from you but nothing could I receive.
What is happening? Where are you right away? I asked you to wheel back to
Banjul so that you will meet with Musa since he has been in the Sea port
looking to see you since two days now.

I need to hear from you immediately that you are back to Banjul, and you have
been in contact with Musa.  

Captain, do you have any phone where I can reach you from whereever you are? If
you have, please send it to me and you send same to Musa also.
Until I hear from you.
Jonathan.

From: Jonathan Mokoena
   
Date:   Thu, 31 Oct 2002 06:59:37 -0800 
 
Dear Captain,

I have read your mail and I am happy that you repyied my mail. As it is now,I
have told you to forget whatever delay we had in the past two or three days.
Let us face the reality okay. No body is out to waste time in this transaction.
What did Miracsky dose with crocodile hunting? Dose he sell the skin? Or
what else.
It is like you love this holiday morethan the funds we are working for.

 Not withstanding, do not fail to inform me on time (due to time difference)
the exact day you will be back to Banjul. Also, make sure you communicate
Musa to inform him on the actual day you are arriving Banjul Sea Port so
that he will be there with your photo waiting form you. But are you sure
he is with your photo? Please verify properly on this, and if he did not
confirm it to be ture, please kindly send it again to him now. I do not want
what happened before to repeart itself. 

However, Captain, one thing you will not fail to do is to keep on communicating
Musa everyday by day, and as soon as you arrive Banjul, make sure you contact
him on phone at once. If you do this, he will know where you pack and how
to locate. I know why you did not see Musa then is due to lack of
communication.
This time around, you must make sure that you communicate with him on reguler
bases, like we are communicating.

Meanwhile, Captain you should realize that Musa is not part of our business,
he is running his company which he may have other clients with different
dealing with them. Like you are suposed to know, he have to attend to his
clients. Had it been that he received a call from you then, things shouldn't
have be like this now. Based on this, I want you to understand that Musa
is a good man, and he will deliver good to us. You need to see him in person.
He have no problem with any body. When once you enter Banjul this time, and
you make sure that you communicate with him, you will see how he is gonig
to attend to you.

Concernig the Dilithium crystals, I told you that it is very easy to locate
where you will buy it, and it was Musa who told me that you will get it there.
Even he wanted to take you along to where you will buy this Dilithium crystals.
But due to lack of communication then, you could not see him. I hope it will
not be like that again. Again, concerning the coastal regulations, I told
you what he found out from the port authorities, that you are welcome and
they will advice and direct  you on where to pack Lucky Lad (ship). Captain,
whatever you think that Musa have caused you should not bother you now, let
us get the consignments first, then we will talk on than letter. You should
know that Musa do not know what is in the consignments, therefore do not
blame him now. There is no way you can claim this without Musa, therefore,
make sure you communicate with him always as from this moment. 

Captain, I am this fellow you called my countryman is not aware of your mission
in Banjul. Look, never you tell anybody what you come to Banjul to do. Keep
it secert as you have been kepping it in the past. 

You have heard all I told you, therefore, do not make that mistake again.
Call musa on phone to inform him of your arrival and you must be in
communication
everyday by day, starting from today.

However, I hope the watches you bought for me were still intact.

Please extend my regards to all in the crew.

Hearing from you immediately.

Regards,

Jonathan. 

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" 
Cc:  matyida2001@yahoo.com 
Date:  01 Nov 2002, 01:53:32 AM  

Ahoy there Mate Makeona!

Am typing this after applying the sun cream in dollops to poor Miracsky's back.
He looks like a beetroot, and I am not suprised after the hours he's spent
tracking crocodiles, hunched over the yard arm with the net. He hardly stops
for lunch! Are you sure there are no tips you can offer the poor fellow?
Otherwise we are greatly enjoying our river borne diversions, and have taken in
plenty of night life. What's that weird local liquor called by the way? We all
feel a bit queasy today after a few of those in the pump hold night.

We have seen the couple of things we most wanted to and will be making our way
back shortly, maybe to be back at Banjul this weekend. Let us hope Mr Musa can
be contacted. I am sending my picture again, copying it to Mr Musa, as he so
carelessly lost the last one. Please have a word with him and ask him to splice
his mainbrace more carefully, mate!

Yes your watches are in good condition, although Euphemia sat on the
consignment by accident yesterday I assume they remain intact. Was it the
Buttercup one your wife was interested in?

As I have mentioned in a previous message, we have restocked the Dilithium
crystals supply (so expensive here!). However can you suggest somewhere that
will refurbish the dalek? Back home I have a korean colleague, a Dr Hoo, good
at these things but here I am at a loss to find such a qualified yachtsmith.
The tardis will not work without it.

Please make sure Musa is around this weekend for when we dock I will send
Miracsky out first thing to make that call.

Best regards

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad

From: Jonathan Mokoena
To:  Captin_Stabbin
Date:  01 Nov 2002, 02:46:27 AM    

Dear Brother,

I received your mail after sending a short to you. It was well understood. In
fact, I ned to see Miracsky as soon as we all meet each other in the Lucky Lad.
How many of the crocodiles did he tracked down? From what I asked you
yesterday, what did he do with crocodiles? Is it the skin or the meat? 

Captain, I am much happy that you have seen most of the things you wanted and
your turning back to be in Banjul this weekend is very good. Based on this, I
want you to advise me immediately to submit the application I have already
prepared for an annual leave, so that I will obtain the leave, in order to meet
with you and the crew expecially, your mother-in-law. 

My brother, please, this is Musa's phone number: 220-903 685 or 220-781 905. 
Since you are going to call directly from the Banjul sea port, I hope you knows
how to make this call thereby, you will dial direct without including the
country code which is 220. I have seen your photo. Captain, this is when you
are small. Haaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!! Please, do not fail to contact him on phone.

Mr. Mohammed Musa is reliable to meet with you as soon as you arrive Banjul Sea
Port. But you have to tell me that exact day you are arriving. Is it on
Saturday (2/11/2002) or Sunday (3/11/2002). Also, send him a mail immediately
to inform him on this. Delay is not good, since it is dangerous. 
I am more grateful once again that my watches were in good conditions. From the
Ladies type, any one you fill that will be okay for my beautiful wife
(Nononkem), please write her name on it. The same you will do to any particular
on you want me to be wearing. Like I told you in one of my mails, kindly hand
over all the watches to Musa on my behalf okay. 

Ahoy mate, concerning a yachtsmith who will refurbish the dalek for you, it is
very easy to locate. Kindly inform Musa on whatever problem you had as soon as
you meet with him, he is ready to assist you in all. I have discussed with him.
Okay. 
 Musa must be around this weekend to welcome you, but one this you will not
fail to do in getting him on phone first as soon as you are arrive the Sea
Port. However, keep on sending him mails from wharever you are now so that he
will monitor your arrival.

I hope to meet with you soonest.

Regards,

Jonathan.

From: Jonathan Mokoena
  
To: "Lonslo Tossov" 
Subject: Re: Get Back immediately
Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2002 07:00:59 -0500

Dear Brother Tossov,
I write to inform you that Captain is delaying the entire project. How can 
Captain be in Banjul and cannot call Mr. Musa on phone so that he will 
direct him how to meet up.
I am wondering why Captain cannot make a phone call to Musa. Rather Captain
told me that he called without getting through. I have been calling Musa 
from here and like i told you, calls coming in and comig out from my base 
is benig monitored.

Brother, I wish you will try Mr. Musa's phone lines from your end. 
The numbers are 220-903 685 or 220 781 905. Just dial direct. I know Musa 
might not know you, so inform him that you are a partner to Captain. 
This i want  you to try so that you will see if what i am telling you 
is true or not.

However, I have been telling Captain through email to send to me the phone 
number of the hotle where he is staying, including the hotel name. With 
this after I forward them to Musa, he will trace him immediately. But I 
have not got any usuful informatiom from Captain.

My brother, can you please from your side to instruct Captain to 
communicate Musa at once before it is too late. Also advise him not to 
leave the funds therein the consignments there as he is talking of going 
back from there. This journey is not what one need to go back the second 
time. Mail him now and educate him more on this. He must get Musa on phone 
so that both will discuss in order to arrange for how he will get to the 
security company. I believe captain is delaying this transaction.

What a great opportunity are we missing? If Captain could not contact Musa 
on Phone, I do not know why he is there. Please, instruct him more. I know 
he is an old man, but that will not make him to make a contuinous call. You
and Captain know what we are looking for.

Please, let me hear from you as soon as you get in contact with Captain.

Best of Luck,

Jonathan.

From: Jonathan Mokoena
   
To: "Lonslo Tossov"
Subject: Communicate Captain and Advise him more on what to do. In fact,   
he is not helping matters rather he is after shopping and pleasure   
forgetting that he will get too much money from the consignments to 
do any   kind of shopping he may want. Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2002 08:57:47 -0500 

Dear Brother, 

This is the second time I am sending mail to you today. Could you imagin 
that Captain is fulking up this business. 

How could you send Captain to this kind of transaction that he cannot handle. 
Captain could not make call to Musa instade, he went out for what he called 
pleasure. How can he take such a destion while he have not seen whom he come 
to see first? I am disappointed in him. I will not fail to tell you. 

Brother, it is like you are not advising him on what to do at all. I hope you 
will get in touch anywhere he is to instruct him to get back to Banjul immediately 
and communicate Musa through phone so that both will fix an appointment. 

Communicate Captain and Advise him more on what to do. In fact, he is not 
helping matters rather he is after shopping and pleasure forgetting that he 
will get too much money from the consignments to do any kind of shopping he 
may want. 

Could you imagine that Musa has been at the sea port two times without seing 
Captain, not minding  he (Musa) do not know Captain in person.  The best way 
is for Captain to connect Musa on phone so that they will discuss how to meet 
each other, but Captian faied to make telephone calls. 

I hope you will talk to him now. 

Get back to me soonest. 

Jonathan. 

  From:  "Lonslo Tossov"   
Date:  01 Nov 2002, 05:18:55 AM   
 
MOKEONA 

I DO NOT LIKE THE TONE YOU ARE TAKING WITH THIS IT IS NOT 
HELPFUL_STABBIN SAYS HE IS DOING HIS BEST BUT NEITHER YOU 
OR MUSA SEEMS TO MAKE CONTACT OR GIVE WORKING NUMBERS ARE 
YOU SERIOUS ABOUT THIS OR SHOULD WE CALL IT ALL OFF_CAPTIN 
HAS SEEN FIT TO TAKE A DAY OR TWO OFF FROM THIS STRESS AND 
WHO CAN BLAME HIM WITH ALL THIS NONSENSE_IT SHOULD ALL BE 
STRAIGHTFORWARD STOP DELAYS AND GET TO IT 


TOSSOV 

From: Jonathan Mokoena
   
To: "Lonslo Tossov"
Subject: Urgent Date: Thu, 31 Oct 2002 04:25:34 -0500 

Dear Brother, 

I have been sending you mails with hearing from you. In fact, 
I do not understand what you wanted from this transaction. You 
have not been advising Captain because CAPTAIN PREFERS PLEASURE, 
shopping and side seeing to the business he come for. How can he 
leave the sea port to another place without seeing Musa first? 

Mr. Tossov, it is your duty now to communicate Captain immediately 
and instruct him to go back to Banjul at once. Musa has been searching 
for him and the Lady Lad since two day now. I called Musa from my base 
to know if he have seen Captain, but the answer was negetive. 

Even, Captain did not send any mail to me as at this moment to tell me 
exactly where he is right away. 

I hope you will communicate him and inform him that I need to hear 
from him. Also, advise him to go back to banjul. It is said, business 
before pleasure. 

Tell Captain that Musa's phone lines were in order, he should communicate 
Musa from wherever he is now. 

I need to hear from you soonest. 

Regards, 

Jonathan. 

  From:  "Lonslo Tossov"  
To:  captin_stabbin 
Cc:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Date:  01 Nov 2002, 05:30:12 AM  
Subject:  Fwd: Urgent  
 
STABBIN 

WHAT IS THIS FELLOW STILL BLITHERING ON ABOUT IS IT WORTH CONTINUING 
WITH THIS PROCEDURE_I SAID THIS WOULD BE A WASHOUT AND THAT THE MONEY 
WOULD BE BETTER SPENT ELSEWHERE_MORONEA SEEMS UNABLE TO CARRY THROUGH 
THE BARGAIN_HAVE A THINK WHILE ON THE RIVER AND SEE IF YOU WOULD RETURN 
HOME_BARRYMORE ASSURES ME THAT THERE WOULD BE NO LEGAL RAMIFICATIONS_IF 
MUSA CANT SHOW HIS FACE THEN THAT IS A BAD SIGN YES? 

TOSSOV 

From: Jonathan Mokoena
  To:   Captin_Stabbin  
Subject:   Re: I am much serious in doing business with you.  
Date:   Fri, 1 Nov 2002 02:59:10 -0800 
  
 AHOY MATE,
AS A FELLOW UP TO THE MAIL I HAVE JUST SENT TOP YOU, TRY TO REMEMBER TO ASK
MUSA THIS QUESTION. JUST ASK HIM, "WHAT IS THE PASSWORD"? THE ANSWER IS B77.

IF HE DID NOT GIVE THE ANSWER, YOU WILL KNOW THAT HE IS NOT THE ONE.

PLEASE, DO NOT FORGET THIS.

IN FACT, HE IS SUCH A TALL AND HANDSOME YOUNGMAN.  

BEST OF LUCK,

JONATHAN.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Date:  01 Nov 2002, 05:39:57 AM  

Ahoy mate Jonno!

Where and when will he give this password? Miracsky has offered to meet him in
Banjul when we arrive this weekend and escort him back to the Lucky Lad. He has
a costume which will make him highly visible. Can this be arranged if other
communications are difficult?

PLEASE get this sorted, as Tossov thinks you are wasting time deliberately. 

Stabbin

PS Is it possible to make pants out of crocodile skin? 

matyida securityinc [matyida2001@yahoo.com] wrote:
ATTN; CAPTIN.
It is a pleasure to receive your letter once again,
How are you and the mirasaky, anyway I can see that
you are busy enjoying the sunshine which we have here
in africa.

Meanwhile, I will be arround for the weekend waiting
to see you in the port ok, also I have seen your
picture which you have sent to me, I believe that this
will make me to recognise you quickly.
However, I will be glad if you can be specific on when
you are coming down to the port, is it by friday,
saturday, or sunday? I want you to come back to me so
that I will station some one that will check for you
ok, you can also give me a telephone call as soon as
you have arrived here.

I will also advise that to avoid accumulating more
demurrage, you have to come down as soon as possible
to finish up first before you start to enjoy ok.
because I believe that there are still a lot of time
which you will enjoy later, also I will advise you to
forget about the sun and other places, untill you have
finsh signing off your consignment ok.

I hope to see you soon.

Reagrds.Musa Muhammed.


  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
To:  matyida securityinc 
Date:  01 Nov 2002, 07:05:49 AM  
Subject:  Re: I hope to see you soon.  

Ahoy Mate Musa!

Miracsky now having landed his croc of sorts, and most of the immediate sights
being taken in, we are slowly making our way back up the river back to Banjul.
Poor fellow! At the moment of triumph he caught his tackle in the foc'sle hatch
and now it may be quite useless for the return trip.

Because of the difficulties reaching you by phone is there somewhere we can
arrange to meet? Miracsky has an outsized pair of orange fisherman's pantaloons
which will make identification easy. I don't want to be kept waiting again. 
Perhaps there is location in town you can suggest, or you have a picture of
yourself to send so that we can see you more easily. I have memorised the code
word.

Is there anywhere in Banjul that I can get my dalek seen to, by the way? Since
I bought it in Shagulreka it has never been right.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad

From:  Jonathan Mokoena 
Date: 02 Nov 2002, 01:29:57 AM Subject: Urgent Dear Captain, This is to inform you that I am still unable to hear from you concerning the mail I sent to you last yesterday. Please, you have to confirm to me immediately the actual day and time you are to arrive Banjul Sea port, as to enable Musa know your way about. Like I have been telling you, there must be an utmost secrecy as far as this transaction is concerned. Therefore, you do not have to discuss your mission to Banjul with anybody at all. The country (The Gambia) is full of security operatives, therefore, for us to acheive our aims, you must maintain the secrecy this business required. No communication with any person. Period. You have only Mr. Mohammed Musa to deal with. Ho is ready to assist us in whatever way. So, stick on his directives and advise only. However, Musa have confirmed to me that he has received your photo, therefore it is left for you to contact him on phone first as soon as you arrive Banjul sea port . Captain, do not fail to get in touch with him on phone as I have directed you. I hereby confirm to you again his phone lines: 220-903 685 or 220-781 905. So, make sure you get hold of him now as you arrive Banjul. I am expecting to hearing from you soonest. Regards, Jonathan.

From: Jonathan Mokoena
   
Ahoy,

I am still expecting to hear from you since today concerning your movement. 
In fact, I am worried. Have you contacted Mr. Musa on phone? 

Please get back to me as soon as you have spoken with Musa. 
You have to be up and doing towards this transaction.

Captain, remember again that you should not let anybody 
know your mission in Banjul. Please, keep on telling any body 
who asked you, that you are there on tourisim and as such, you 
came to see your son-in-law. Period. The security in that country is too much. 

You must keep this transaction secret as to enable us get the 
consignments cleared. Communicate only with Mohammed Musa and 
whoever he wants you to communicate with there. Musa have assured 
us a full cooperation when once his fees is paid to him. So, make 
sure you contact him on phone first, as you arrives Banjul.

Ahoy, I still expect to hear from you on the actual day you will be 
in Banjul sea Port. In fact, communicate Musa through Email to inform 
him on the exact day you will arrive Banjul Sea port so that he will 
arrange to pick you from there. This is very important.

However, as soon as I hear from you on your arrival date, I will tender 
or submit the application which I have prepared to obtain an annual leave. 
So, on granting this leave, I will meet you up in Banjul as soon as you 
have cleared and claim the consignments. This is my personal arrangement. 

I wish you best of luck,

Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena"  
Cc:  matyida2001@yahoo.com 
Date:  02 Nov 2002, 01:06:06 PM  
Subject:  Re: Urgent   

Ahoy Mate Mokoena

Sorry, shipmate for the lack of communications. Miracsky tripped over the
fudgepac wiring again some hours back and I have only just managed to make some
emergency repairs. It would be much easier with a working tardis but I will
just have to make do. The good news is that we hope to be in Banjul tomorrow
(sunday) and will of course call your Mr Musa. Don't worry about your money we
have only a little bit on some essential shopping (Young Morehead took a fancy
to a yacht cap and T shirt we saw - I must say it rather suits him)

IF MR MUSA STILL CANNOT BE REACHED I will have mate Miracsky dressed in his
yellow fisherman's pantaloons, as previously described, very visible on the
dockside at 12 noon sharp. He will be primed and ready with the password and
even have the name MUSA written on a bit of card so there is no mistake. He has
been told what will happen should he discuss our business with strangers (and
in fact still limps a bit after the last time). Failing he then I will be there
myself, although I have some work on the fore and aft ballast tanks, I need all
time I can get to hold Euphemia in the right position as the access hole is
small.

Please ensure that things go to plan this time or I will leave and return to
Natal!

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard The Lucky Lad

From: Jonathan Mokoena
   
Dear Brother,

I have read your mail though, it appeared here with Sunday date 
but I accesed it this Monday.

I have heard all you said, but till this moment, I cannot hear 
from you whether you have cleared and claimed the consignments or not.
Please, get in touch with me immediately.

Regards,

Jonathan.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
Date:  04 Nov 2002, 01:22:56 AM  

Ahoy Mate Mokeoena

This is all very disappointing. We rush back to Banjul, pushing the binnacle to
the limit and no sign of Mr Musa by phone or in person. Poor Miracsky spent a
good hour yesterday in his yellow pantaloons waiting in vain for a contact. I
had the dork wine in the cooler and Euphemia had put on a party dress. Even
young Morehead was ready to contribute something to the celebrations with a
touch of inprovised bunting around the mast.

Sadly, I think I shall release the hauser, slip our moorings and sail the Lucky
Lad home. Tossov was right.

As shame as I had big money for you.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
Quay 4
Banjul Banjul Seaport

From: Jonathan Mokoena
   

Dear Brother,
I have head all you said but how will you be in Banjul without getting Musa on line. 

I have to inform you that I was attacked yesterday by groups of rebels 
in Abdijan Cote d' Ivoie, and that was why I could not accese my mail 
yesterday.

So, there is no way I could relay information to Musa yesterday. 
Even right away, i am still nurcing some injuries in a Military hospital 
within te sourthern Abdijan. I wish you will be here to see my condition. 
Therefore, Do not go back yet, call musa on Phone immediately. You will 
get him on line immediately. I have been speaking with him on phone today.


Please, communicate Musa immediately on phone so that you will go and 
make the clearings.

Captain, do not leave banjul without getting these consignments cleared.


I am expecting to hear from you at once as soon as you finished 
discussimg with Musa.

However, what is the colour of Lucky Lad so that I will communicate 
Musa from here in order to go to the port to meet you?

Regards,

Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"
Date:  04 Nov 2002, 04:00:16 AM  

Ahoy Mate Moroena

I was very sorry to hear of your injuries and quite understand how this has
affected your ability to get around. I can quite sympathise, in fact, as
yesterday that idiot Miracsky dropped the aft anchor on my foot and now I have
to hobble from bridge to cabin like an old man.

However we are still no closer to hailing Musa. I have sent Miracsky (and
Morehead once or twice) across to the port to try a land line and with out much
joy. All we get is Pizza Express and a man who asks if we want fiorentina.

The lucky lad is a 150 foot blue ketch, with trim lines, and you cannot miss
it. I will hang Miracsky's yellow fisherman's pantaloons over the yardarm to be
extra visible if you wish. Please tell Musa that we are counting on him but
time is running out and Tossov want me back home!!

Stabbin

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Still aboard the Lucky Lad
Still in Banjul Banjul Seaport

From: Jonathan Mokoena
    

Ahoy Captain,

Please, be advise now to keep on calling this young man (MUSA) 
on phone. 

You should not go back without getting these funds. How can we start 
afresh to arrange for how to get to Banjul again for this busines 
while you are already there? It is better that you claim this money now. 

Please, if it will take him a whole full day to get Musa on line, 
please do so. We are after something that will benifit both parties. 

I have communicated Tossov about the development. Also, I have been 
speaking with Musa on the same phone lines:220-903 685, I do not see 
wh you cannot get hold of this line. Please, kep on calling until you 
get him. Going back from there will not help the business. So do something now.

Expecting to hear from you immediately.

Regards,

Jonathan.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"
Date:  04 Nov 2002, 04:06:38 AM  

Ahoy Mate Mokoena

Tell Musa to come to the quay if you will, to wave his jacket in the air, to
shout my name, to fire a flare - ANYTHING so that we can make contact quickly
and do the business. He clearly is not to be reached by phone and I have run
out of small change and patience in this matter. I have a lot of money in front
of me, and fear we may be robbed!! 

I have asked Euphemia to stand watch in case Musa should stroll by and not
notice us.

Stabbin

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
Banjul Banjul Seaport

From: Jonathan Mokoena
   
Ahoy Captain,

I have read all your two mails and I very happy that you did understand 
my position and also, i am very sorry for what has happened to you too.

Brother, please and please, for you to get musa on phone is the best thing 
I Jonathan requires you to do. If yo can only get him on phone, the business 
is over. Period.

Captain, you should know that for Musa to be searching for you right round 
the sea port is unfair. As such, this will atract security opertives to start 
asking him questions and as such they will keep monitoring him. So, please go 
down yourself to call Musa on 903 685 since you are already in Banjul. I suggest, 
you will not include the country code which is 220.

Captain, you have stayed to conclude this business, and I am sure we are getting 
the funds go home with as soon as you get in touch with Musa. Please phone contact 
is the best way you will get Musa on hold.

 Therefore, make a way now to get Musa on phone. Had it been you have a number 
where Musa can call to get you, fine but since you do not have any with you in 
the Lucky Lad, please find a way yourself to try reach musa on phone.

This business is already finished and concluded with Musa, so make a way out 
now to contact him please. He will make things happen for us. Please do not 
leave Banjul until you contact Musa for this busines.

No danger will come your way as far as you are not telling any body about your 
mission in Banjul.I am here in Abdijan, on my hospital bed, still praying for 
the smooth and success of this transaction and the lifes of all in the Lucky Lad. 

Captain, inform all on board to excercise patience, that things will be well 
with everyone of them as soon as you get Musa on phone.

I am expecting to hear from you that you have been into communication with Musa.

Regards and best of luck,

Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"
Date:  04 Nov 2002, 05:43:34 AM  

Ahoy there mate Mokeona

I have checked with Miracsky and he has the right number, alright. Are you
absolutely sure it is correct? This is very odd, and frankly very discouraging.
Especially as Mr Musa is not prepared to make a trip out to see us - after all
we have travelled half way round the world to get here.

Mr Barrymore suggests that we make an appointment to see each other at a friend
of his, a Mr. Howsoon B. Semega-Janneh tomorrow at noon. His address is:

Principal Legal Officer
Gambia Divestiture Agency 
80 OAU Boulevard 
Banjul 

Mr Howsoon's mobile number is (220) 926888.

Given the difficulties we are having maybe this would be best? I am sure a day
won't make any difference, as we need to go shopping in Banjul anyway for some
more hard tack. If Mr Musa can make it, let me know and we will be pleased to
see him there. Everything will be discreet and done well.

Best regards

Stabbin

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
Banjul Harbour

From: Jonathan Mokoena
      
To:   Captin_Stabbin 
Subject:   Re: Urgent  
Date:   Mon, 4 Nov 2002 05:05:55 -0800 
 
Dear Brother,
I am checking my mail in the next two hour with the hospital computer to
verfiy if you have communicated with Musa.
Please do so before you get back to me.

You have to know that the huge amount in the consignments will and must
change
once life if claimed. Therefore, I needed your full cooperation now. Do not
leave Banjul without getting the consignments cleared amd claimed.

I am begging you. All my life hope is vested on this business.

I come back to the computer in the next two hours.

Regards,

Joe.
 
[I hope my just previous disclosure that I know the address of the biggest Gambian solicitor's office and his mobile number won't adversely effect Mokeona's condition...]


  matyida securityinc  wrote:
Attn; captin.
I got your email with thanks, also I was at the dock
today and I did not see anyone at all, please can you
notify me where actually your boat is packed also why
cant you come out from the port anything the matter,
if not, then you have to come out and call me on this
telephone, tell/ 462673, I will be in the office
waiting for your call ok, also extend my greetings to
every one in the boat, and mirascky as well, please
makesure that you get intouch with me today ok. also I
have been to that seasport many times without seeing
you why, where exactly did you park the boat, I paid
300 dalasis just for me to enetr the port again today
and we could not see, please try and get intouch ok.

till then.
bye.
muhammed musa.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  matyida securityinc 
Date:  04 Nov 2002, 08:55:42 AM  
Subject:  Re: call 462673.  

Ahoy Mate Musa!

How can you have missed the Lucky Lad? It is just by the wharf way, big shiny
and blue! We have been waiting all afternoon for contact, and I got pretty
bored oiling the ship's scones. Have you been looking carefully? Say when you
are looking and I will get Miracsky to hoist a pair of red bloomers to create
an unmissable spectacle, alright?

We tried the number but no one answered. Are you there??

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
On board the Lucky Lad
Banjul Banjul


From: Jonathan Mokoena
  
Dear Captain,

This is to inform you that you have not been doing anything to see us 
through in claiming the consignments. Musa have given you his three phone 
lines to call and you do not want to make any impart at all. I do not know 
what you are doing there if you cannot communicate him on either of the phone 
numbers.

Captain, why cannot you communicate Musa with the phone numbers given so 
that you will fix appointment with him at once towards claiming this consignments.

In fact, I am not happy with the way you are handling things. Come out from 
Lucky lad to make this calls. I have been speaking with him on the same phone 
numbers that you are supposed to contact him with, so I do not know why you 
cann't get hold of him from there. But, are you suere that you are making 
this call at all? I wonder how you that is in Banjul cannot get hold of Musa 
there in Banjul while i calls him from Adisa Ababa, Etophia and Abdijan, Cote d' Ivoire.

Meanwhile, where did you pack? Musa has been in the sea port often in search 
of where you pack but no way to find you. I hope you will direct him where you 
pack so that he will come straight away to look for you. You are with his email 
address, I do not know why you can not send emails to him with much direction on 
how to locate you.

In all, I want you to contact him immediately on phone so that you will have
 discussion with him. Time is not waiting for any one. You have to do something now. 

I do not know why you are not adhering to my instructions. Whatever I tell is 
what you are to do and this is for the interest of both parties.

I am still on to Hospital internet, expecting to hear from you.

Best of luck,

Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena"  
Date:  05 Nov 2002, 01:39:19 AM  
Subject:  Re: I need to hear from you immediately  

Ahoy there Mate Jono!

Do Musa's numbers exist? If so, we cannot raise them. We have tried and tried,
but all we get is pizza, not so good, even after our long diet of ship's
turtle.

As for we are packed, I have told Musa of all the preparations we have made to
greet him. So why does he not show up? We have big doubts now as to him. Can he
be trusted? I have had Miracsky parading up and down the quay for hours in his
yellow fisherman's pantaloons but to no avail, even when he tripped over a
cable hausing and sprained his ankle, the poor fellow soldiered on as he wants
this resolved as much as we do. What more is possible? We have rung and rung..
We have run Euphemia's bloomers up and down the mast three of four times. I
have even forgone the pleasure of a fish supper below decks and have stayed on
the bridge optimistically scanning the docks with my Bowden high powered
binoculars. They can pick out the beak of a albatross half a mile a way. But of
Musa, nothing.

I hope you are getting better and please, PLEASE tell Musa to make more of an
effort.

Stabbin

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Still aboard the lucky lad
Banjul Banjul Seaport

  --- matyida securityinc [matyida2001@yahoo.com] wrote:
Dear Captin.
Thanks for the mail, but Iam not happy because I have
not seen you and mirascky since you have arrived into
the gambia, anyway, where did you want us to meet,
just make a choice of your own, I will be there ok.
you can also call on this no 462673, I will be waiting
for your call.

thanks.
muhammed musa.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
To:  matyida securityinc 
Cc:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Date:  05 Nov 2002, 01:50:17 AM  
Subject:  DIRECTIONS  

Ahoy there Mate Musa!

Both Jonathan and I are concerned that you cannot be contacted and have failed
to show up out Banjul port to say hello and do this business.

The Lucky Lad is a big, blue sailing ketch moored in the harbour. It is next to
a boat called The Pillock. We can see the customs house. We have run a vivid
red item up the mast which is flapping like the dickens. I have my best man
Miracsky waiting to greet you, and he is wearing yellow pantaloons and is quite
unmistakable. You have my picture and all the details. Please stop this
shyness, and make your self known as soon as possible!

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
Banjul Banjul Seaport

From: Jonathan Mokoena
  To:  Captin_Stabbin
Date:  05 Nov 2002, 02:15:27 AM  
Subject:  Re: DIRECTIONS  

Dear Brother,

I am a bit happy to receive the two mails you send, with directions on how Musa
will locate you.

I am calling him on phone to come up and look for you.

I am also happy that you send the same mail to him.

He will detamie to you if there is any alternative place to meet him.
 
I look up to hear again from you today in the next two hours that you have
communicated with Musa.

Best of luck,

Jonathan.

From: Jonathan Mokoena
  

Dear Brother,

I have read your mail and I  am srtill doubting that you are calling musa 
on phone without getting him. I called from outside The Gambia and I get him, 
why you over there (in the same country) now will not get him on phone. 
I doubt this.

Captain, Musa's Numbers is existing please. And you have to contact him 
immediately as I directed you.

But dose it mean that you have been sending mails to Musa? However, send 
he a mail to detail him how he can locate you or Miracsky immediately. 
look, searching for someone in the sea port is very risky, therefore, 
make it a point of duty that you contact Musa on phone immediately.

Captain, Musa is trusted and if he is not trusted, he connot give you 
even his house number to call last night.  Captain, no one is kid in this 
business, therefore, make sure you communicate Musa at once, arrange with 
him for the clearing and claiming of this consignments. I am highly worried 
over the entire sitautions.

The only way you can get hold of Musa now is through phone first. 
He do not know Miracsky in person, therefore, call him on phone and 
send him a mail to discribe to him what Miracsky dressed on so that 
it will be easy to locate him.

Captain, if you do not get Musa on phone, the business is over. 

Security Opreitives is very much in Banjul and I will not want you to 
get into any trouble. that is why I am asking you to contact Musa on 
phone first so that he will make his way to come and pick you from there.
I am leaving the hospital now, therefore, i will be checking my box 
again in the next two hours.

Please, communicate Musa on Phone as i have directed you. And leave 
pleasure alone until we finalize our business.
I expect hearing from you that you have spoken or have seen Musa.

Regards,

Jonathan.
[The dawn sure takes a while to come in the Gambia....]
From: Jonathan Mokoena
Dear Captain,

 This is to inform you that Musa has been in the seaport searching for you 
with the direction you produced without seeing you or Miracsky. 

Please, be advised now that you have to leave the seaport to book at 
least a night with Atlantic Hotel, which is nearer to the seaport. You 
have to do this today, and let it be immediately on receipt of this mail. 
I believe this will be the best way for Musa to see you. As you book the 
hotel, send across your Room number and the hotel phone number to both Musa 
and myself through email immediately. 

Also, send the correct name you will use to book the hotel. As soon as you 
get this done, it will be very easy for Musa to communicate and locate you. 
However, make sure that you keep on trying Musa’s phone numbers as you are 
going to book the hotel. I have to inform you that if you do not have enough 
money with you for this hotel, kindly put hand insider the money mapped out 
for the clearing and claiming of the consignments to book for this hotel. 
Please, make sure you book a room with this hotel. But thereby you did not 
secure any room there; you can look for another nearby hotel to pay for only 
one day. And make sure you informed Musa and myself through email on this.

 Captain, we have lost several towards only one transaction, please I do 
not want us to keep on wasting time any longer. You must do what I just 
directed you to do immediately; as to enable us have this fruitful transaction
 concluded at once. I hope you will act immediately on this instruction, as 
this is the only chance we have.

 Expecting to hear from you immediately.

Regards,

 Jonathan. 

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" 
Cc:  matyida2001@yahoo.com  
Date:  05 Nov 2002, 07:16:45 AM  
Subject:  Re: DIRECTIONS, and do what I ask you to do immediately  

Ahoy mate Jonno!

This idea of the Atlantic Hotel seems rather an extravagance, but given the
importance of our business I am prepared to make an effort. 

Accordingly Miracsky and I have managed to secure rooms in the hotel, each with
a shower and colour TV, I am pleased to say. After the rather cramped quarters
on board the Lucky Lad this will be a nice change. The first thing I am looking
forwards to is a long shower to rid myself of this awful fish smell.

In order to ensure complete secrecy in these business matters we have assumed
different names. I have a reservation under the name of Eric Morecambe and
Miracsky is under the name of Ernie Wise. Please ensure that you use these
names when making any enquiry. The phone number is [220] 228601-6. We only have
enough spare change to spend a night at the hotel, so please hurry to make
contact.
Perhaps we can arrange to meet in the Katchadula Bar later this evening, say at
11pm? I will have the money with me.  I will be wearing a blue yachtsman's
uniform and Miracsky will be wearing his national costume, a fine scarlet kilt
and berry. Please use the code words to avoid any problems.

Let us hope this time Mr Musa comes through as promised!


Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)

From: Jonathan Mokoena
   
To:  Captin_Stabbin
Date:  05 Nov 2002, 09:17:02 AM  
Subject:  Re: DIRECTIONS, and do what I ask you to do immediately  

Dear Brother,

I have received your mail and what you did now is very superb.

I have called Musa on phone and informed him with the information. Therefore,
he will be there to meet you up.

However, I am very much happy that you remembered the secrecy in this business
thereby both of changed names for the reservations.

This is a nice idea. 

I hope to hear from you as soon as you meet with Musa. Olease, remember to ask
him the PASSWORD. The answer he will give you is B77.
I wish both a best of luck.

Jonathan.
Note: You have to send the same mail detailing this Hotel information to Musa
immediately via email, and make sure you contact him from your hotel phone
number. Also, what is your room numbers?

From: Jonathan Mokoena
    
Dear Brother,  

I want you to confirm your Hotel room numbers to me immediately 
because Musa have to make use of it to communicate you at once.   

I have spoken with him concerning the hotel information you send 
to me. So, send your room number to me immediately.  

Also, i will want you to send the same information to him via mail. 
But try to call him on his numbers from there. This will be very 
easy for you to communicate him.
  
I am still expecting to confirm your Hotel room numbers immediately. 
Please this to me now.
  Regards, 

Jonathan.  

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com] 
 
Date:  05 Nov 2002, 01:44:49 PM  
Subject:  Re: DIRECTIONS, and do what I ask you to do immediately  

Ahoy Mate Jono

Sorry to the delay, the hotel's internet connection is very poor. We have room
128.

Please hurry. Miracksy is getting peckish and wants to pop out for a snack, he
has already cleared out the mini bar.

However we do not have to check out until midday tomorrow if you wish to come
then.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
At the Atlantic Hotel
[sent three times just to be sure :) ]

[Meanwhile Mokoena tries to get Tossov to put some pressure on Capt. Stabbin.]

From: "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com] 
To: "Lonslo Tossov"  
Subject: Re: Fwd: Urgent Date: Tue, 05 Nov 2002 04:33:08 -0500 

Dear Brother, 

This is to inform you that Captain is not doing any impart towards 
the claiming of the consignments. I do not know whether he is remembering 
where he come from and all the days,nights he had spent on the sea while 
going to banjul. 

Now that he is in Banjul, what stops him from coming out from the ship 
to make a telephone call to get Musa on hold.

Musa have equally given him his house phone to call as well, but captain 
cannot. In fact, i do not know what is happening anymore. Please, can you 
communicate him from there to instruct him to make calls to get Musa on Phone.

How can Captain be staying in the sea port without getting Musa on line 
while i used to communicate Musa from either Etophia or Cote d' Ivoire as 
i am there now. 

Do you want us to loose these funds? Captain is in Banjul, fine, but 
why cann't he place a phone call to Musa. Please, you have to advise him. 


Till I hear from you. 

  From:  "Lonslo Tossov"   
Date:  06 Nov 2002, 01:49:55 AM  

MOKEONA 

WHAT NONSENSE IS THIS_GET YOURSELF ORGANISED MAN AND STOP 
MAKING EXCUSES_STABBIN IS IN THE HARBOUR GO DOWN AND MAKE CONTACT 
AND STOP ALL THIS FLIM FLAM_EITHER YOU WANT BUSINESS OR NOT MAKE 
UP YOUR MIND 

TOSSOV

From:  Jonathan Mokoena [mokoenajoe@yahoo.com] 
To:  Captin_Stabbin 
Date:  06 Nov 2002, 02:03:42 AM  
Subject:  I cannot understand what I am seeing.  
 
Dear Captain,
I have read your mail and in fact, I am not happy with your atuitude towards
informing me that you have checked into the Atlantic Hotel while I just
confirmed from Musa that Atlantic Hotel is not furnctioning. That the hotel is
undergoing renovation works.

What kind of false information are giving a man of my age. Do you think we are
chasing shadows? How can you behave in such a manner?

I just don't understand you at all. If you are sure that you are in Banjul, you
have Musa's phone numbers, so you have to call him to confirm where you are.
Period. I am not understaing you any longer. Why should you act in such ways
claiming that you are in the Atlantic Hotel, while Musa droved down there
yesterday without seeing any person on that he meet the security men at the
hotel, and he saw the hotel undergoing renovation. But why Captain. Even you
Captain will use me as a play pet. I don't believe what I am hearing.

What is the excess of you sending mails to me while you know that you have no
interest in transactiing the business with me despite the 40% you are going
home with. I am not a kid, so you must behave your self.
It seems that you browsed the net and find out the Atlantic Hotel in Banjul,
then you went ahead to use the information therein to deceive me. I rang the
whole phone numbers of that hotel as I received your mail yesterday, all was
ringing but no body picked up any of the lines. Dose it mean that the Atlantic
Hotel has no receptionist?

I do not have much to say any longer since you have disappointed me, rather if
you are sure that you are in Banjul and wanted to excute this business with me,
kindly communicate Musa immediately on pohne, then book an appointement with
him. Period. I am scared of your behaviour.

I am sending this your mail at once to Musa. But Captain, how could you give me
a false information like this. Don't you know that you have made me a foolish
man in the sight of Musa?

I am expecting to hear from you immediately. 

Jonathan.
Note: Reply me through jonathan_mok@africamail.com

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com] 
Cc:  matyida2001@yahoo.com, lonslo_tossov
Date:  06 Nov 2002, 02:25:10 AM  
Subject:  Re: I cannot understand what I am seeing.  

Ahoy Mates Jonno and Musa!
How can you say the Atlantic is not functioning? We have had a night in
luxurious, even if not well rested. Perhaps you have the wrong hotel? I was up
half the time awaiting your call. Ilichy, poor fellow, almost fell asleep this
morning over his bowl of Ready Brek. Please check and make yourselves known to
us at once. We have to leave soon and cannot afford another night's stay. This
is getting beyond a joke! I am preparing the Lucky Lad for departure this
evening in disgust.

I am amazed that you should doubt my sincerity. After 27 years in the Natalese
Navy, stationed at Ubescamdmate, I have never had my honour questioned in this
way. In all my dealings, never have I had such bad faith from colleagues and
subordinates. 
Ilichy has reminded me that recent pictures of my yacht, and ourselves, taken
during my summertime exploration of the local back waterways, are on my web
site and, if you ever plan to come to the harbour instead of the hotel, then
this may be of some use in identifying us all. Please visit my site and make a
careful study of all the necessary particulars, then please take matters
carefully in your own hands.

http://www.captinstabbin.com

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
[ScamO Note: The above is a porn site, very. You are warned.]


From:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com]  
Date:  06 Nov 2002, 02:35:41 AM  

Dear Captain,
I am still on the internet and I want you to contact Musa on phone from that
Atlantic Hotel, inform him on how he will locate you.

In fact, can you send to me the address of that hotel immediately so that i
will pass it over to Musa at once.

However, you have to send to Musa also the same information.

I am waiting for you seriously.
Regards,

Jonathan.
Note: I am sending you another mail as soon as I finished going through the one
you send.

Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com] wrote:
Dear Brother,

This is as a follow up to the mail i just send to you. 
Like you say, do not leave the hotel if you are sure that you 
are there. I am communicating Musa right away so that he will 
come to meet you there. But it is much good that you speak with 
him before me.

Captain, you are not leaving banjul without you claiming this money. 
I have exchanged mail with Mr. Tossov not quite twenty munites ago 
about what is happening. If you do not have enough money to pay for 
another night, take some out from the clearing fees with you to book 
another night. And make sure you contact Musa immediately.

However, the hotel have phone lines, why don't you use any of the 
phones to contact musa from there. Please, you have to do so immediately.

In fact, i am going to call you on those numbers in the nest ten munites. 
So, try to be there. 

Also, inform the security men at the hotel gate that you are expecting 
someone at the hotel.

Call Musa from the Hotel immediately on 903 685 or 781 905.

 I need a confirmation from you immediately.

Regards,

Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
Date:  06 Nov 2002, 03:12:02 AM  
 
Ahoy Mate Mokeona!

There's a Blakes 7 Convention at the Hotel today and we need to vacate our
rooms now quickly. Miracsky is struggling down with the hold-all full of money
in the lift (now a bit lighter after paying for last night). I will have to
contact you again from the boat. Please tell Mr Musa to make arrangements
accordingly.

Have just tried Musa's lines and he is not there.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)

Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com] wrote:
Ahoy Captain,
 Mr. Muhammed Musa is on phone numbers 903 685 or 781 905.

I have opened your website, it is a lot of fun. But business before pleasure.
Yours,

Jonathan.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
Date:  06 Nov 2002, 03:22:06 AM  

Ahoy Mate Jonathan!

I'm glad you like the website. As you can see, sailing is a strenuous business.
I have my regular chores to keep up with on board right now, but I will make
every effort to call Mr Musa shortly. 


Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad

From: "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com]
To:  Captin_Stabbin 
Date:  06 Nov 2002, 03:37:21 AM  
Subject:  Enter a new Hotel and contact Musa from there immediately  
            
Dear Brother,

I have read your mail and still, I am telling you not to go back to the boat,
instade, you look for another nearby hotel to lodge in.

As soon as you lodge into the new hotel, communicate me from there and not from
the boat. The business we have at hand is not going to get concluded in the
boat, rather from Hotel, you can contact Musa on phone so that he will come to
see you there. From there, you will go with him to the security company to make
the clearance and claiming of the funds.

Captain, if you tell me that you are trying Musa's lines, I disagree with you.
This numbers I called often and get through. how come you at Banjul will not
get him on line. I don't believe that.  

As you enter the new hotel, send all the vital information that will lead Musa
to locate you to him via email. Also send it to me at once. But you must
contact him on either of the two numbers 903 685 or 781 905. What you will send
to both Musa and myself is (1). Hotel Name and Address. (2). The names you used
to check in. (3). The Hotel Telephone numbers. (4). Your Room Number. I you can
do this, it then means you are realy sure of all you have been saying on mail.

Remove some money from the money with you for the clearing to book another
hotel, then call Musa from there. Musa have been complaining to me that you are
not calling because his numbers were all working. So I am advising you right
away to place that call on him immediately.

In conclusion, if you are sure that you are in Banjul for the transaction,
enter another hotel since you are to check out from Atalantic hotel.

I hope to hear from you as soon as you are in the new hotel, and you have
contacted Musa on phone.

Regards,

Jonathan. 
Note: I will check my box again in the next two to three hours.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
Cc:  matyida2001@yahoo.com 
Date:  06 Nov 2002, 05:28:26 AM   

Ahoy Mate Mokeona!

After some thought we have decided to give this process one last chance and
have booked for a night at the Novotel Kombo. Not so upmarket as last night,
but it will do and great for swimming. Miracsky has found a hammock on the
veranda while I have the water bed. This has made a further dent in your
dumurrage monies I must say, especially now that my shipmate has found the
mini-bar again.

I have tried Musa again but still not reply. Has he gone shopping??

We will be here until tomorrow, but from about 10pm this evening plan an
eve-of-sailing party aboard the Lucky Lad and so will not be contactable at the
hotel. There will be sparkling dork wine and hot muffin aplenty and Euphemia
has great plans in way of entertainment in her own inimitable style. It will be
a fine way to wet the anchor, so to speak, and if Musa can find his way to the
dockside, and make contact at last without excuses we can do this business then
and there.

The number of our hotel is +220 465466. Room numbers 1222 and 1224. Due to the
continued need for discretion which we appreciate we have registered under the
name of Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Novotel Kombo Beach
Kombo,
St Mary Division, 
Fajara 
Banjul 

From: "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com]
To: "Lonslo Tossov"  
Subject: Morethan Urgent 
Date: Wed, 06 Nov 2002 05:28:15 -0500 

Dear Brother, 

I have read your mail and in fact, I wish to inform you that I
 am not happy with what Captain is acting in Banjul if he is 
sure of being in Banjul. I doubt. 

How can Captain be in Banjul without getting musa on telephone while 
I have get Musa on line any time I called. Don't you know whare I am 
making all these calls from? Captain claimed that he is in Banjul and 
cannot get Musa on phone. My brother, this is a tropical lie. 
I disagreed with him. 

Mr. Tossov, do you what surpirsed me most, I instructed Captain to 
check into one Atlantic Hotel in Banjul there, then send the hotel 
information to me so that I will pass them over to Musa. He agreed 
and after some time, Captain sent a mail informing me that he is right 
away in the Hotel. I did not wate any single time in communicating Musa 
through phone so that he will drive down to the hotel to see Captain. 
Musa want and discovered that the hotel is into renovation, that he did 
not see any body in that hotel. That it is only the security men he saw. 
So, just look at what is happening. 

However, the Atlantic Hotel phone numbers Captain send to me, I called 
the six phones lines, all rang till its end but no body picked any one. 
I just do not know what Captain is trying. We are no longer kids. In fact, 
if he is actually in Banjul. let him call Musa on phone so that they will 
fix appointment. Even, Musa have given him his house phone to call but 
Captain could not make even a call instade, he claimed that he has been 
calling without any success. I disagreed with him. 

Brother, you have to advise him if actual Captain is in Banjul. I am 
getting scared of the entire development. 

I expect hearing from you immediately. 

Regards, 

Jonathan. 

  From:  "Lonslo Tossov"  
Cc:  Captin_Stabbin 
Date:  06 Nov 2002, 05:35:07 AM  

MOKOENA_THE CAPTAIN HAS MY IMPLICIT TRUST AND SHOULD HAVE YOURS_EITHER 
YOU CAN DO THIS BUSINESS OR I WILL TELL HIM TO COME HOME AND STOP THIS 
MERRY GO ROUND OF NONSENSE. OF COURSE HE IS IN BANJUL MAN I HAD A POSTCARD 
FROM HIS YESTERDAY AND MIRACSKY HAS MADE ME A PAIR OF FINE CROCODILE 
TROUSERS _ NOW GET TO IT AND STOP YOUR WHINING. 

TOSSOV 

[Captain Stabbin once again brings in The Lawyers...]
Dear Mr Mokeona

My ref Aus 61102/0019

** Failure to complete financial transaction **

Pursiuant to previous notions and matters pertaining therewith, viz-a-vis
CAPTIN STABBINS FUNDS TRANSFER in all matters, it would a breach of legal
protocol to not remind you of the Natalese conventions in the matter of
non-admittance of purvayed monies indicative of unresolved matters arising.

EG 'IN SO MUCH as that [Jonathan Mokeona, Gambia] is in default,
pro-twiglets lux et vas deferens peculuram of all incipits and monetary
agreements previous matters on towards such divisions shall be null and
void at the exclusion discretion of mercantile parties in full and legal
understanding of bolocs.' (Nat. 1:8238/774 para 2) For a fuller dilineation
of elements arising see the relevant codes and orders-in-judice, my
previous messages refer.

This should of course be an abeyance of total dumurrage and ongoing
respects, all as foretold in prempto.

Please hasten to reassure this office, and en tout suite, of my client's
onal hapstance. Having lately arrived back from the sessions at willywonk I
did not expect this.

BARRYMORE

Michael Barrymore AASA, DFC,
Financial Advisor
2645 Gooliepully Road
Stringalonga, TOCUMWAL,NSW,2714
Phone: (02) 9298 3777
Fax: (02) 9298 3780

>Dear Mr. Mike,
>
>I have read your mail and decided to get back to you at once. I have been
informed by Captain that you have remited the money to him and ina short
while, the transaction will get concluded.

From:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com] 
To:  m.barrymore
Date:  06 Nov 2002, 08:36:37 AM  

Dear Mr. Barrymore,
I have read your mail with much understanding to the contents.

First and foremost, I wish to inform you that you should bear with us, it is
Captain that has been causing the delays we have been having in course of
concluding our transaction.

Mr. Musa of the security company is 24 hours alart to hear from Captain call
him on phone so that he will move immediately to pick hiom from where he stays.
But Captain could not even make a phone call to this youngman. Instade, I am
the one calling Mr. Musa from Addisa Ababa,  my base. Captain refused to leave
the seaport for the business.  

However, as thing were today, I have been in communication with captain. He
informed me that he has checked into a hotel as I told him and i have
communicated musa alao to go and see him in the hotel. 

Therefore Mr. Barrymore, everything is in control as far as Captain will
communicate Mr. Musa from the Hotel he is currently lodging now.

Furthermore, you are highli welcomed from your trip to Willywonk.

I promise you for the smooth conclusion of this transaction before the weekend,
in as much as Captain will contact musa as he promised.
Yours respectful,

Johanatan.

From:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com] 
Date:  06 Nov 2002, 07:39:50 AM  
Subject:  I am waiting for you kind information  

Ahoy Captain.,

I have read your mail and I hope Musa will contact you from there since you
cannot contact him. But i still suggest that you make the call to him. You
should know that we owns this money and not him, therefore, we are supposed to
make all the phone calls an not Musa. So, Captain, you should keep on trying
Musa,s lines.

However, I have noted how you changed to a new hotel. Actually, you are now
making impart towards a smooth conclusion of this transaction. Captain, please
do not wait for Musa to contact you, you have his three phone lines, why not
keep on trying until you get him on line. This is the numbers:903 685, 781 905
and 462 673.

Moreover, do not forget to hand over the gifts you bought for me and my wife to
Musa.

I got mails from both Tossov and Mr. Barrymore, though I have not read them,
buit I will give them reply as soon as I read them.

Expecting you to inform me immediately that you have spoken with Musa. I am
still on the internet.

Regards,

Jonathan.

From:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com] 
To:  Captin_Stabbin 
Date:  06 Nov 2002, 10:46:46 AM  
Subject:  I have called your hotel phone number.  

Dear Brother,
This is to inform you that I have called your hotel telephone line without
getting you on line, though I spoke with the receptionist. I told her to inform
you that I called from Abdijan and you have to send me a mail to inform me how
far you have gone with Musa.

I hope you have been in contact with Musa?
Expecting to hear from you soonest via email.

Best of luck,
Jonathan.

--- "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com] wrote:
Ahoy Captain,

I write to inform you that I called the Novotel Kombo Beach 
on phone yesterday to confirm if you are there or not without 
getting any of you on line, though I spoke with a lady receptionist. 
I asked her to inform you that I, Jonathan called from Abdijan, 
Cote d'Ivoire. That you should send me a mail. Later I called 
back again to find out if you have been in contact with Musa 
but you were not reached at your rooms. I asked the lady whether 
she delivered my message to you, which she confirmed that the 
message was delivered to you.

In fact, I did not hear from you since then, what is happening? 
Have you spoken with Musa? I have been in contact with Musa today 
and he told me that he called the hotel without getting any name 
like  Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer lodgong with the hotel. What 
kind of child play is that?

Captain, if you are realy sure that you come because of this business, 
it is your duty to contact Musa on phone right away. You cannot be 
telling that you are calling Musa at all without getting him,  while 
I call from either Cote d' Ivoire or Ethiopia and get through. This 
is ridiculous. It sounds unbeliveable.

The hotel has a phone, please use it to contact Musa immediately on 
either 903 685 or 781 905. 

Get back to me via email as soon as you finished discussion with Musa.

I am going to be on the Internet till the next two hours.

Regards,
Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com] 
Cc:  lonslo_tossov
Date:  07 Nov 2002, 05:24:27 AM  
Subject:  Re: What is actually happening Captain?  

Ahoy there mate Mokoena!
My apologies for the delay in replying. To be truthful, Miracsky and I were so
tired after yesterday's exertions, what with all the transfering from one place
to another and the party in the evening, that we had a bit of lie in, and had
asked not to be disturbed. Yes we received a message from the reception.The
hotel pushed a note under the door but it was not very clear and we did not
know it was from you.

Sorry for the mix up over names. We rather thought the Reeves and Mortimer
names had been compromised after Miracsky's embarrassing outburst in the bar
(that local liquor is certainly strong!), and so we have changed to Lou Abbott
and Bud Costello. If you try again, then all will be well.

I have tried Musa's number but it just rings and rings. Where is he? We have to
go soon to catch the tide. If Musa isn't coming then there is nothing to keep
us here.

How is the hospital treatment going by the way? Are you feeling better? Nice
and relaxed?

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Novotel Kombo Beach Hotel

  From: "Jonathan Mokoena" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com] 
To: "Lonslo Tossov"  
Date: Wed, 06 Nov 2002 10:59:28 -0500 

Dear Brother, 

I have been in contact with Captain and he have booked another hotel.  
I have also informed Musa about this, and he promised to contact 
him from there. 

Let us see what will happen in the short while. 

As i am seeing it now, there is no more skinpain. 

Regards, 

Jonathan.

From:  "Jonathan Mokoena"  
Date:  07 Nov 2002, 04:56:01 AM  
Subject:  I cann't understand you at all.  

Dear Captain,

This is to inform you that I am not happy with what is going on over there. 
Are you sure that you are in Banjul?

How can you make me to be a lier to the hands of Mr. Mohammed Musa, 
after telling him that you are coming to assist me clear the consignments. 
You have been in communication with Musa since, I do not know why you 
cannot contact him on the phone lines given to you since.

What kind of business partenr are you? 

If you are sure that you are in Banjul for this business, you must 
follow my instruction thereby you contact Musa on phone immediately.

I am surprise with what I am seeing now. 

Please, have you seen Musa?

Jonathan.


  From:  "Lonslo Tossov"  
To:  Captin_Stabbin 
Cc:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Date:  07 Nov 2002, 05:45:28 AM  

CAPTAIN I STRONG ADVISE YOU TO COME BACK AT ONCE THESE FELLOWS 
ARE NOT AT ALL SERIOUS_I HAVE AN INTERESTING NOTE FROM MR ABACHA 
WHO OFFERS AN EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY WHICH I DONT THINK 
WE CAN AFFORD TO MISS AND HE SEEMS MUCH MORE PROFESSIONAL_ALL 
THESE HOTEL BILLS ARE TOO MUCH AND THESE GAMBIANS ARE CLEARLY 
HAMFISTED BUFFOONS_SUGGEST SAIL ON EVENING TIDE. I WILL HAVE 
AMBULANCE STANDING BY FOR MIRACSKY AS PER REQUEST. 

TOSSOV

  From: Kindly Contributor in the Captain's Cabal
Date: Thu, 7 Nov 2002 11:39:30 -0000 
To: "'Jonathan Mokoena'" [jonathan_mok@africamail.com]

 Are you really this daft, Jonathan?

[Yes he is, apparently.]

From: Jonathan Mokoena [mailto:jonathan_mok@africamail.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2002 12:44 PM
To: Kindly Contributor in the Captain's Cabal
Subject: RE: Re: Captain Stabbin funds transfer

Dear Sir,

I have read your mail in which you referred me as a daft. 
Thank you for your insult.

But coming to my transaction with both Mr. Tossov and Captain, I am highly
anoyed with Captain's atitude. Captain cannot make a telephone call to the
security company where the consignments were currently laying. Musa of the
security company have been waiting to hear from Captain on phone so that he
will go staright away to pick him from the hotel Captain claimed to be
lodging in.

I wish you can contact Captain from your base at once, instruct and advise
him to contact Musa immediately on phone. Musa has given Captain his
telephone numbers to call but Captain cannot. I do not know exactly what is
going on there with Captain.

However, I will be more happier if you can communicate Captain without any
delay from there.

Mr. Barrymore, how can I be getting Musa on phone each time I call from
either Ethiopia or Cote d' Ivoire. My question, why cann't Captain get
through to Musa's phone numbers directly from Banjul. I do not think Captain
is in Banjul, and if he is there, what stops him from contacting Musa on phone?

You have to reason to understand with me.

Regards,
Jonathan.

  From:  Kindly Contributor in the Captain's Cabal
To:  'Jonathan Mokoena' [jonathan_mok@africamail.com] 
Cc:  captin_stabbin, lonslo_tossov
Date:  07 Nov 2002, 08:26:21 AM  

Sir,

Captain is actually my Uncle. You have insulted my family and I demand an
apology.

The Captain is a lovely man who fought for his country. How dare you
question his integrity! I have spoken to him and he is distraught that you
question his honour in this way. 

Mr. Tossov is my Godfather and I will not - repeat, NOT - have you dissing
my family in this manner.

  From: Jonathan Mokoena [mailto:jonathan_mok@africamail.com]
Dear Captain,

I have read you mail and I have only one word for you.

If you are of real, and reached Banjul Seaport, what stopped you 
from contacting the security company on phone? Musa gave you all 
the lines he had but you could not even make a call to him. 

I am taking everything as I have seen it.

However, if you still want to be part of this business, you will 
board a flight to Banjul the second time. With this, Musa will 
wait for you at the airport.

Bye,

Jonathan.



From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" 
Cc:  lonslo_tossov
Date:  08 Nov 2002, 02:18:22 AM  
Subject:  Re: What is actually happening Captain?  

Ahoy there Moronokoena!

This is a great shame. I have all the money here and just want 
to hear from your Mr Musa! I have travelled half the world with 
my trusty crew, gone to huge expenses (including the replacement 
of an entire set of dilithium crystals, no mean feat), stayed in 
unneccesary accomodation - all it seems now, for nothing.
Your Mr Musa is unreliable to say the least. Why is it when I call 
he never answers? Why does he not make himself known at the quayside? 
How can he say hotels are closed when he suggests staying there 
and we have done so? Poor Miracsky has been paraded out in his 
pantaloons numerous times in a vain attempt to drag the fellow in. 
We have run Euphemia's bloomers up the mast. I have  even delayed 
being measured for crocodile pants, just to make myself available. 
But nothing has been forthcoming, and we both depart empty handed. 
I feel betrayed by your unprofessional conduct, and realise now 
that I should have paid attention to my business advisor Tossov 
from the start.

Soon we will be leaving Banjul Banjul Seaport for ever, turning the bow 
of the Lucky Lad to sea lanes new, casting our net again for more high 
adventure. Tossov has found another business opportunity (suprisingly 
similar to yours as it happens), and we will be investigating that closely, 
this time with greater anticipation of success. I have thousands of dollars 
knocking around the boat which are itching to be invested, mate: now to be 
returned to home port.

with sadness,

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad

  From: Captin Stabbin NN (Rtd) 
Date: Fri, 8 Nov 2002 05:17:38 -0800 (PST)
To: "Jonathan Mokoena" 

 Ahoy there Mokeona!
 
 How will I know Mr Musa will show up? He is very unreliable. 
It is a long flight back to make just to see Mr Nobody, and he 
had every opportunity to say hello over the last few days. I and 
all the crew have become very depressed, as we start our way back. 
Even Miracsky's trip overboard (fortunately he fell into the dinghy) 
barely brought a smile.
 
 Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
 Aboard the Lucky Lad
 34' 53" N  62' 87" W

  From: Jonathan Mokoena [mailto:jonathan_mok@africamail.com]
Dear Captain,

I have read your mail and I wish to inform you that I am back to Ethiopia 
and whenever you are ready for this transaction, I will know. Thereby you 
will enter Banjul with Flight.

I have not done any business in the way you handleded this one. 

I believe, this will be the only safest way. When you are ready, you will 
bopok your flight schedule and send it to Musa for confirmation first. 
You are being suspected as a jocker. But when the Flight schedule proves 
that you are real, we can do business. With that, MUSA WILL WAIT FOR YOU 
AT THE AIRPORT.

THIS IS HOW TO DO BUSINESS.

REGARDS,

JONATHAN.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena"  
Date:  10 Nov 2002, 04:06:09 AM  
Subject:  Re: What is actually happening Captain?  

Ahoy mate Jonno!

This seems a good idea, and I have asked for volunteers to make the return
flight. Like the top man he is, Miracsky immediately volunteered. Fortunately
we were able to signal the Ryan Gearing, a passing tramp steamer heading for
Freetown and got him aboard. Once he gets to Sierra Leone he will be in
contact.

How often are the flights to the Gambia? Miracsky is worried about further
confusions after Musa's history of incompetance.

Best regards

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard The Lucky Lad
56' N 45 ' W

  From:  Ilichy Miracsky 
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Cc:  captin_stabbin 
Date:  10 Nov 2002, 04:17:18 AM  
Subject:  Helloo Mr Mokeona  

Helloo  Mr Mokeona

This is ILICHY, all friend with Capt STABBIN, in to be Sergio Leone
soon, maybes tomorrow. Hope get flights to Gambia, and make monies
business as all dones. Please, need helps now and again as my get
difficulties, you to say where meet, all to do, Musa and get some
sortage. Have coinage, can do.

Is onwards, please? Captain back to Natal so this fellows all on
self, pronto, then back home.

Hope hearings


ILICHY

From: Jonathan Mokoena [mailto:jonathan_mok@africamail.com]
To: ilichy.miracsky
Subject: Urgent
Date: 11.11.2002 - 15:49:47

 Dear Mr. Miracsky,

 I write to inform you again that I have been
 in contact with Captain again today and he
 advised me to communicate you again thereby
 detailing you with the entire new arrangement.

 In fact, since you have booked your filght
 to Sierra Leone, it will be very easy for
 you to link Accra, Ghana from there. 

 I am going to furnish you with the contact
 details of the Security Company in Accra,
 Ghana so that you will communicate with the
 authorities in charge.

 Meanwhile, you are going to make this
 clearings with the same Deposit Certificate
 already sent to Captain at the same cost of
 US$25,000.00.

 I expect to hear from you so that I will
 have the contact details of the Security
 Company in Accra, Ghana send to you by tomorrow.

 I am going back to hospital for treatment.

 Till tomorrow,

 Jonathan.

From:  Ilichy Miracsky 
Date:  11 Nov 2002, 12:51:30 PM 

Hellloo Mr Mokeona

Is all sortage, am here in Sierra, in nice place, but need onwards.
When want to go in plane Accra? This fellow not like planes as all
nerves, get sweaty. Can hire jeep and do cross country say?

Captin leave this fellow in charges. Monies OK hid in socks. 
Have no fears is best think, Ilichy is heres.

Hope say all do,

ILICHY

From: Jonathan Mokoena [mailto:mokoenajoe@yahoo.com]
To: ilichy.miracsky
Subject: Fwd: certificate 
Date: 12.11.2002 - 15:55:54

Dear Brothers,
I am sending the New Deposit Certificat to you all here.

Please download to veiw it well if the need arises.

However, Mr. Ilichy Miracsky picture is send to us for proper
identification.  
Best of luck,Jonathan.

From: Jonathan Mokoena [mailto:jonathan_mok@africamail.com]
Ahoy Captain,

Your mail was received and I have noted all you said.
In fact, I am much happy that your ship-mate, Miracsky is willing 
to come down to Banjul with flight to get the transaction concluded.

Captain, from what happened in Banjul, The Gambia, I do not want it to 
repeart its again, therefore, I wish you to inform you that the consignments 
has been shifted to a sister company in Accra, Ghana.  Therefore, Miracsky
is no longer going to Banjul again, rather we have to clear and claim the 
four consignments at  Accra, Ghana. This is done in this way because of 
security reasons.

However, it is still the same amount (US$25,000.00) that is required 
for the clearing. There is no change in documentation.  

Based on this, his Flight Schedul have to be routed to Accra, Ghana. 

I am going to furnish you with the contact details of the Security Company 
in  Accra, Ghana as soon as I hear from you.

From: Captin Stabbin NN (Rtd) 
Date: Mon, 11 Nov 2002 05:57:01 -0800 (PST)
To: "Jonathan Mokoena"
Subject: Re: The Clearing & Claiming Of The Consignments Have To Be In Accra

 Ahoy there Mokeona
 These details had best be sent to Miracsky's e-mail address 
as he is often out of contact with me at the moment. Please 
tell him this news quickly as he is en route to Sierra Leone 
and may have already booked his flight.
 
 Please write to Ilichy.Miracsky@[xxxxx] and liaise with him direct.
 
 God help you,
 
 Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
 Aboard the Lucky Lad
 23' N 34' W

From: Jonathan Mokoena [mailto:jonathan_mok@africamail.com]
Ahoy Captain,

I have read your mail again today, and I wish to inform you that I have 
sent a mail to Mr. Ilichy concerning the new arrangement. In fact, you 
have confirmed it as well.

I am sending to him a mail now detailing all this to him once more. 

However, since he is about entering Sierra Leone, I wish he will get to 
Accra, Ghana easily from there.

Furthermore, I hope you make sure the clearing fees is with him.

Regards,
Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena"  
Date:  11 Nov 2002, 06:27:16 AM   

Ahoy Mate Mokeona!

This is understood, no doubt mate Miracsky will be in contact shortly.
What are the flights like between Accra and Banjul? Can Miracsky come 
by road do you think? He has a fear of flying after the unfortunate 
incident on the Ubescamedmate heli-pad a few years back.

Stabbin
Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad

From: Jonathan Mokoena [mailto:jonathan_mok@africamail.com]
Ahoy,

I am about going back to Hospital before I decieded to check my box 
the last time for today. There come your mail.

We are not having any business in Banjul any longer. 
I hope that might be a typing error. For  Miracsky to connect a flight 
frim Sierra Leone to Accra, Ghana is very simple and it will not be more 
than two to three hours journey.

There is no road journey involved. He is to land at the Accra Air port , 
from there he will be lead to a hotel where he is supposed to relax first, 
and from there he will be taken to the security company for the clearing 
and claiming of the funds.

I come back to you tomorrow.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)"  
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" 
Date:  12 Nov 2002, 01:35:50 AM 
Subject:  Re: The Clearing & Claiming Of The Consignments Have To Be In Accra  

Ahoy Mate Mokeona!

Have got your message. Things are difficult on board with Miracsky's ever
practical presence absent, but we are managing - just - with Euphemia at 
the wheel 12 hours a day. Even with the blow we have on currently, Craven
Morehead is doing his regular duties downstairs magnificently.
Have you told Miracsky of this new destination? He can get confused.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
34' 32" N  45' 89" W

From:  Ilichy Miracsky 
To:  Jonathan Mokoena [mokoenajoe@yahoo.com]
Date:  12 Nov 2002, 07:04:13 AM  
Subject:  Re: Fwd: certificate  

Hellooo Mr Mokeones

Here is picture of MIRACSKY. Hope all onwards now, will try for visa
and look for jeep hire to all long travels to your place. 
Have parking spaces in all near to office?

Ilichy




From:  Ilichy Miracsky  
To:  afri_sec_ghana@lycos.com 
Date:  12 Nov 2002, 07:10:00 AM  
Subject:  PIC OF ILICHY  

Helllooo Mr afri sec,

This is pic of Ilichy, come for all monies with last saying of Mr
Jonathan Mokeona. 
Much hush, say no more details.

Take look and see if can watch for this fellow, 
come across way in jeep from Sierra Leone hopes be here weekend.

If all problems, tell Captin Stabbin, get sortage no flob. 
Is piece cake. (Is not plane as all fright.)

Please, you to on say address, get readys all mony.
Ilichy

[Meanwhile Jonathan rattles the Captain's cage.]

"Jonathan Mokoena" wrote:
Dear Captain,

Thios is to inform you that I have actually understood 
that you are not in this business.

I have called the hotel phone you gave to me again without 
getting you either.

The lady that picked the phone, after linking the room you 
claimed to be stasying without any response, she later connect 
me to another man who spoke to be but he claime dthat there 
is no body like you in that hotel.

If you are real, what stops you from communicating Musa?

I am disappointed in you.

Bye,

Jonathan.


From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: Captin_Stabbin
Subject: I could not hear from you
Date: 13.11.2002 - 9:28:14

 Dear Brothers,

 This is to inform you that I am unable to
 hear from any of you after receiving the
 attachment I sent to your side yesterday.

 In fact, I am expecting to hear from both of
 you so that I will know the next line of
 action.

 I will be checking my mail in the next one
 hour.

 Regard,

 Jonathan.


From:  Ilichy Miracsky 
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com, Captin_Stabbin
Date:  13 Nov 2002, 01:46:50 AM  
Subject:  Re: I could not hear from you  

Hellooo Mr Mokeonas

Have nearly all sortage, get all jeep hire from Seirra Leone 
to Accra, need final doings before leave, make new friends. 
Much to organises, need times to get. Hope be in place by monday. 
Is OK to meet, where please?  Also tips for travellers be usefuls. 
Have all monies in socks, safe and sounds. Captain say OK so can do.

Please hope hearings from your ends in this onwards matter.

Ilichy


From:  "Jonathan Mokoena"
To:  ilichy.miracsky
Cc:  Captin_Stabbin
Date:  13 Nov 2002, 06:36:53 AM  

Dear Mr. Ilichy Miracsky,

Thanks to your mail, abd you did not confirm the receipt 
of  the Deposit Certificate I sent to you by attachment 
yesterday. Well, all is good and no problems. I read your
mail and I am ready to meet you but one thing I must state is 
that you have to keep this matter confidential, this is a must.

I expect to meet only you in Accra, Ghana and no other. 
I  will not have any dealing with the driver of the jeep 
you are  coming with. I will only deal with you for security 
purposes.  My position at the African Union (AU) is very 
sensitive and  must not be jeopardise in any way. In Ghana, 
you and I are  foreigners and must do things quitely to ensure 
succes. Let  the new friends you are makingnot follow you to 
Accra, Ghana,  because I will not entertain that.

Another important thing is that I need to talk to you on 
phone, please give me a phone number I can call you on. it 
has to be a private phone where you can talk and no one hears 
you.

I know of a hotel in Accra, ghana by name KUMBAYA HOTEL, 
Achimoto, Telephone No: 233-21-406 678.It will be better we 
meet there. can I make reservation for you from here or you 
will do that yourself?

I must repeart that your coming by road will be a very long 
and tedious journey that you will regret eventually. In my 
experience in travelling on roads in West Africa since all 
these days I am in Abdijan, it is always tedious. The journey 
from Serria Leone to Ghana will take about three (3) daysto 
accompinish, from Serria Leone to Liberia is very far, while 
that to Abdijan is over nine (9) hours. from Abdijan to accra, 
Ghana is not less than ten (10) hours journey. The cost of 
using road will be over five (5) times the cost of travelling 
by air. By air, it is not up to US$300.00, while the airtime is
about 1 hour15 mins. Moreover, you are travelling with money. 
please think about this again and inform me finally.

No one can harass you if you decide to travel by air with the money.
Foreigners are respected in Africa and as such, no one will harass you. 

Are you aware of the rebel problem in (Abdijan) Cote d' ivoire? 
In fact, I am in the better position to tell you more on this. 
Please think again and abondon this trip by road. going by air 
will be more advisable and in so doing, there are no problems anticipated.

I hope to hear from you soonest.

Regards,

Jonathan.



From:  "Jonathan Mokoena"  
To:  Captin_Stabbin
Date:  13 Nov 2002, 06:50:39 AM  
Subject:  Please, Advise Mr. Miracsky  

Dear Captain,

Greetings to you and I hope you all are well. i received the mail 
from Mr. Ilichy Miracskyinsisting on travelling by road. I think 
you have to come in here and advise him nased on what I wrote to him, 
which I copied you.

I want to let you know that there is a rebel attack/war in 
Cote d' ivoire (though there is a seize powernow pending whan 
the warring sides agree). I do not want  Mr. Ilichy Miracsky 
to travel by road, because no one knows the route he will take. 
he could run into a blockade, and that could be dangerous. If you 
people can take care of the demurrage charges, why not the airfare? 
it will not cost much and moreover it's cheaper.

I am saying this because I want all of us to be safe and enjoy 
what we make. I do not want anyone to run intoproblems because 
of this business.

Please Captain, give ma a phone I can call you or  Mr. Ilichy Miracsky 
in Sierra Leone. And whay  Mr. Miracsky insisting to travel by road.

I am expecting to hear from you soonest.

Regards,

Jonathan.

From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: ilichy.miracsky@post.cz
Subject: Re: I could not hear from you
Date: 14.11.2002 - 12:46:19

Dear Mr. Ilichy Miracsky,

This is to inform you that I could not hear from you 
after my mail of yesterday.

In fact, till now you could not confirm to me the receipt 
of the Deposit Certificate I sent to you. What is happening?

I asked you to communicate Kumbaya Hotel on phone so that 
you will book a reservation yesterday. I wish to inform you 
that the phone number given to you yesterday was wrong. 
Therefore, you have to use this Phone lines now:233-21-406 674 
or 233-21-406 314, and Fax No:233-21-406 778 to communicate the hotel.

However, I also asked you to furnish me with a phone number 
where I will contact you in Serria Leone, which you are unable 
to forward.

Meanwhile, have you obtained your visa to Ghana?
I hope to hear from you immediately.

Regards,
Jonathan.


From:  Ilichy Miracsky  
To:  Jonathan Mokoena  
Cc:  captin_stabbbin, lonslo.tossov
Date:  14 Nov 2002, 05:16:28 AM  

Helloooo Mr Moroena,

Much sorry for not chat in e-mails for long times. 
Is all problems here get connect, need wait and then 
all go flob when up. Hope this get to you OK, make relief, 
in sortage.

Have got the certificates, all well done, and is doings. 
Please to make reservation in HOTEL KUMBAYA sayd for this 
fellow get Monday there is hope, all no smokings if to do, 
nice view over town be good and showers. Also like naughty 
ladies, to share in fun time with Ilichy can be arrange? 
Sister hah if have or ladies from town who know monies for 
getting fun? Ilichy like funnings in all way.

Have got jeep sortage now, ruck sack full of tins and buy 
papperback to reads, no time call all flob, now start will 
to go at once. Will try make e-mails on time route, please 
to say any useful tips for meeting rebels, make nice chaps, 
all joke with Ilichy, I thinking yes?

Is all arrange in Ghana, nice to see, get told?

Hope hearings

Ilichy

From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: ilichy.miracsky
Subject: Re: I could not hear from you
Date: 15.11.2002 - 11:10:01

 Dear Mr. Illichy,

 Thank you for your mail. I will try to make
 reservation of the Hotel Kumbaya, but your
 driver will either sleep in the car or find
 himself a small hotel to rest. This has to
 be that arrangement. You and I will have to
 be confidential about our business, and only
 you and i will know about the whole
 business. Please for purposes of security
 information about this business should be
 between you, Mr. Tossov,  I and Captain, no
 other. Confirm this please.

 I do not see any problem getting a leady in
 Ghana, but we must first conclude our
 business, as you know "BUSINESS BEFORE
 PLEASURE". Once we conclude, we go to town
 together to look around.

 Now that you have finally decided to travel
 by road, I am sure you are very sure off the
 trip and must have asked the driver some
 qusetions. The de\reiver must know the
 route, and is sure that no problem will
 arise.I wish you safe journey to Ghana, and
 I hope we  shall meet on your arrival.

 Can you give me the Car Number of the Jeep
 and the make of the car, just for the
 record. It there a telephone number to call 
 Captain in the Ship? Furnish me immediately.

 There is no problem, once you come in, we
 shall go to the security company together to
 get the boxes out. Please ensure you do not
 tell people that you are travelling with
 cash, to avoid being attacked. I am saying
 this so you avoid problems.

 How many days journey? Please tell me. By
 tomorrow I hope to call a Phone company in
 ghana so that i can resarve a phone for my
 private use there, so I can send the number
 to you and Captain, once ready.

 Can you assess your email box while on the
 road? if no, then it will be better you open
 up an email box on any of the free mail
 services so you can updating me and Captain
 as you progress on your journey. All you
 need to do is to have my mail address
 written somewhere.

 I do not have any tips for meeting rebels,
 but it will be niceto find out from the
 driver how safe the road to Abdihjan is.
 Well the problem is in the city of Boake
 (Cote d' Ivoire) and not in Abdijan. well
 the driver of the jeep will know better.

 Please do not wait long to write me. looking
 foward to shake your hand in success.

 Hope to hear from you soonest.

 Mr. Jonathan Mokoena.


From:  Ilichy Miracsky 
To:  Jonathan Mokoena
Cc:  captin_stabbin
Date:  15 Nov 2002, 06:30:58 AM  
Subject:  Re: I could not hear from you  

Hellooooo  Mr Mokeona

Is all sortaged. Is thanks for fix up hotel place,
and driver can be in cars to sleep. Hope comfy, bring pillow. 
Can ladies be waitings for this fellow in times? I have all 
know about hush hush, and as said, just Tossov and Captin 
get all to know.

Will check on car numbering when see it, hope no sticky. 
Have checked with drivers, can have map, compass and me help, 
so get all onwards no problems. 

Is no contact on ship for captain only radio, can do? 
Else he emails all peoples when fix tardis.

Hope can send e-mails from lap top en journeys, get contacts 
and make news of ways. Please to patient as this may be tricksy.

Hope arrive your place early next week, and do all monies.

ILICHY

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" 
Date:  18 Nov 2002, 03:07:29 AM  

Ahoy Mr Mokeona

It is good that Ilichy is making progress, 
but please keep him away from the ladies 
or you will never see your money!

I say this confidentially and as a friend.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
23'n 12' W

From:  "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To:  ilichy.miracsky
Cc:  captin_stabbin
Date:  18 Nov 2002, 02:45:21 AM  
Subject:  Treat this with urgency  

Dear Mr. Ilichy/ Captain,

Greetings and how are you all.
I have not yet received a mail 
from you, and I am wondering
what is happening.

Like I said in my last mail, I 
need to know your schedule in 
order to arrange and plan for 
the trip of my P.A., he has 
every detail of this business.

Please note that you will have 
to wait for my PA to come in 
before you can approach the 
security company. I said this 
for security reasons, to avoid a 
situation where the security 
company becomes suspicious. 

Remember the security company do 
not know that the real contents 
of the consignments is money.
Please confirm to me the actual 
schedule. I look forward to 
shaking your hand in success.
I am waiting seriously.

Jonathan.


Jonathan Mokoena" wrote:
Ahoy Captain,

I hope you are okay at the sea.  As the business progresses, 
I hope Mr. Ilichy is coming with the watches you bought for 
my wife and myself.

I expect to hear from you soonset after going through this mail.

Regards,

Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena"  
Date:  18 Nov 2002, 05:40:57 AM  
Subject:  Re: This is what I send to Mr. Ilichy.  

Ahoy there Mate Mokeona!

I haven't heard much from Miracsky save a garbled message 
about jungle and snakes. Have you any news? I am concerned 
at the amount of money he is carrying and his poor map reading. 
I remember one time he could barely navigate from Mbelongawank 
to Scabbebals.

Please keep me informed as I have enough to do driving this boat 
withouth this worry.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
23' N 45' W


From: "hansah lukman" [afri_sec_ghana@lycos.com]
To: "Ilichy Miracsky" 
Subject: Telephone Our Office Immediately Upon Arrival at your Hotel
Date: 18.11.2002 - 11:17:01

Attn: Ilichy

Sir,

Please be informed that this company is aware that you will arrive
Accra on Monday(today) and that reservations has been made for you
by Mr.Mokoena at Kumbaya hotel, Accra.

Be further informed that our Manager(Administration) will pick you
and the P.A. of Mr.Mokoena up at the hotel upon your arrival.We
therefore advise you call our office on 233-24-722069 immediately
you arrive.

Note further that all transaction must be conducted with you and the
P.A to Mr.Mokoena.

You are hereby advised to move straight to your hotel and call our
office from there.

Yours sincerely,

Dr.Hansah Lukman
(Executive Director)


From:  Ilichy Miracsky 
To:  Jonathan Mokoena 
Date:  18 Nov 2002, 06:05:29 AM  
Subject:  Re: Treat this with urgency  
 

Hellooooo Mr Mokeona

TEST TEST TEST TEST TEST 

??

Is new laps top, get to?

***
***
***
***

Hopes

ILICHY 
 

  Jonathan Mokoena" wrote:
Dear Captain,

I am highly greatful to hearing from you but I am surprise 
that you are saying that Mr. Ilichy will miss use the money 
with when he sees ladies. It is a good information and already, 
I have told him that as soon as he gets to Ghana, he must inform 
me so that I will send my representative, who will work with him. 
I hope with the person I am sending, Mr. Illchy will not miss ues 
the money. 
Brother, I just received a mail from Mr. Ilichy and I hope he is 
on his way to Ghana. But he never answer my mails as I directed 
them to him. I wanted him to inform me on the exact place he is 
right away but he could not say anything. However, I hope nothing 
bad (like snakes)  will harm him on his way to Ghana. I am covering 
him with prayers.
Meanwhile, I believe you handed him over the watches you bought 
for my wife and my self. But from your side, please at your convient, 
try to reach him too.

Regards,

Jonathan.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
Date:  19 Nov 2002, 01:28:07 AM  
Subject:  Re: This is what I send to Mr. Ilichy.  

Ahoy there Mate Mokeona!

I will try and reach Miracsky but he has gone very quiet. 
Have you heard from him? It is worrying. He has all the money 
and the watches but can be forgetful, and is often tempted 
into spending money on wine women and song. Perhaps you should 
promise him something special for when he arrives to ensure his 
promptness?

We are battling against a rising swell and a brisk North Easterly 
but otherwise are making good progress. Have sent Euphemia up the mast 
to oil the spinnacle, which made quite a difference. Young Craven Moorhead 
has been up few times too.

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
12' N  34' W

  Jonathan Mokoena" wrote:
Ahoy Captain,

Thanks for updating me. From the mail which I informed you 
that I received from Miracsky, he made mention of testing 
his new Lab Top. But he did not tell me the actual place he is.

Even i am highly worried about his safety on the road, but 
I can not do otherwise since he insisted.

Thanks for the advise, i will try to promise him a thing 
so as to quicken his arrival.

I would have sent my P.A., who is to represent me to Ghana, 
but i do not want his getting there and just be whiling away 
time and money. So I have decided that once Mr. Ilichy is there 
and I confirm it my P.A. will leave at once. there are daily 
flights to Ghana and it is only one and half hours from Ethiopia 
to Ghana.

So if there is any news from Illichy I will keep you posted.

Best Wishes
Jonathan.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena"
Date:  19 Nov 2002, 04:27:49 AM  

Ahoy there Captain

Are there any places you can recommend Ilichy to safely stay 
at during his epic journey, or any other travelling tips for 
him to bear in mind? I am a bit worried as I know he wanted 
a snakeskin belt to keep his crocodile trousers up.
Is this possible? 

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard The Lucky Lad

  From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: ilichy.miracsky
Subject: Re: Treat this with urgency
Date: 19.11.2002 - 11:26:29

 Dear Mr Illichy,

 I hope you got my mail of yesterday
 evening.I am getting worried that you are
 not informing me of your progress. I asked
 questions on your travel plans and you never
 answered back.

 Ordinarily, I ought to know how you are
 moving since we are in business together. I
 heard from Captain  this morning, and this
 is not proper because you are the one I am
 suppose to hear from. Even Captain made me
 to understand that he has not been hearing
 from you too. 

 Yesterday I asked questions and you never
 get back to me till this moment. Why Mr.
 Ilichy.

 One thing is sure, you will not regret
 knowing me at all. After this venture, I
 promise that to give you cool US$50,000.00
 from my own share. Provided you arrive
 safely, the ball is fully in your court now.

 Based on the above therefore, get in touch
 with me immediately to inform me on the
 actual place you are right away, and when
 you hope to enter Ghana.

 I am expecting your response.

 Regards, 
 Jonathan.

 Note: Captain informed me that you are
 coming with the watches.


  From:  Ilichy Miracsky  
Date:  19 Nov 2002, 04:36:20 AM  

Heloooo  Mr Mokoena

Is all onwards here, have puncture get done, had look for snakes for
funs but no see. Maybe some sight seeing. Please where we steer, as
all in problems with mappage. All flobs now and for some drives,
fast then slows when in gears. Some tear map, lose way, then mend OK
again. Help can do.

Give best route this fellow will try do. Driver good chap call Mojo,
though smoke much have big tattoos, can be smell. Is helpage, but
keep asking why Ilichy make this journey, suggestions to say?

Have left Sierra Leone is goings over border, big road but all pot
holes. Plenty people, hide money well from Mojo, keep goings. Hot to
do, need much waters, take widdle, no stop often can.

$50,000,000 be in all monies, coinage, or just big ones? Need bag?
Sound of good, can wait hardly for meet. Is hopings can message send
as lap top in difficult, can no always works.

Ilichy


  From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: ilichy.miracsky
Date: 18.11.2002 - 16:46:05

Dear Mr. Ilichy,

I have read your mail and i could not understand what you write.

What I want to hear from you noe is that you have reached Ghana 
and have checked into the hotel. Or you are still on the way to Ghana.

I am expecting to hear from you immediately.

Regards,

Jonathan.

  From:  Ilichy Miracsky 
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Date:  19 Nov 2002, 04:46:18 AM  

Helloooo

Is hotel in reserve, need big showers! 
Onwards for GHANA, yes my friends, but slow doings 
with Mojo drives all mads. He have funny smokes, 
get laugh, wobble all road. Can be pot?

Have receive messages sent this fellow? 
No is reply, get worry.

Ilichy

  From: "Jonathan Mokoena"
To: "Lonslo Tossov" 
Subject: Re: More than Urgent 
Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2002 06:03:40 -0500 

Dear Mr. Tossvo, 

This is to inform you that everything concerning the 
successful conclusion is in ship shape. 

Mr. Ilichy is now fully ready to enter Accra, Ghana for 
the clearing of this funds. As you are aware that I re-ruated 
the clearing venue to Ghana since Musa could not handle our 
transaction as we wanted it then. 

I hope it is now time for us to rejoice. 

Expecting to hear from you soonest. 

Regards, 

Jonathan. 

  From:  "Lonslo Tossov"
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Cc:  captin.stabbin
Date:  20 Nov 2002, 05:27:53 AM  
Subject:  Re: More than Urgent  
 
STABBIN 

I HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM MINHJ AND SEE THAT YOU HAVE 
LET MIRACSKY TRY AND GET THROUGH ON HIS OWN_ARE YOU MAD?
_HE IS NOT VERY RELIABLE AND NOW HAS ALL OUR MONEY_
FURTHERMORE IM NOT CONVINCED THAT THIS MORONEKA IS ALL 
THAT BELIEVABLE LOOK AT THE PROBLEMS WE HAVE WITH THE 
FELLOW IN PREVIOUS WEEKS_SUGGEST WE THINK AGAIN AND 
RECALL MIRACSKY BEFORE ALL IS LOST WHAT DO YOU SAY? 
CAN YOU RAISE HIM AND SEE WHAT HE IS UP TO DO THIS 
AT ONCE AM VERY CONCERNED BY ALL THIS LACKADASICAL 
HAPPENING. AT ONCE MAN_AT ONCE. 

TOSSOV 

"Jonathan Mokoena" wrote:
Ahoy Captain,

Your mail was received but it surprises me that you are 
still talking about trousers and crocodiles skin. What 
do we have to do with that now? I hope we have sorted 
this before.

Apart from the fact that Ilichy is coming to Ghana, I do 
have great respect for you. This is because I seem to 
understand you better than Ilichy. I am beginning to see 
his erratic nature as you said.

Ido not have anything to do with belt, as he can buy one 
on the road. He must not buy a crocodile belt, he can make 
do with an ordinary one till we finish the transaction. 
As I am writting to you now I am beggining to doubt if 
Ilichy is on his way to Ghana. Nothing is being told you 
about how far he has gone, where he is and the progress 
he is making.

As per accommodation on the road, i do not know Sierra Leone 
nor Liberia routes very well. This was why i advised against 
travelling by roads.

Captain, you are being advised to contact Ilichy immediately 
and both of you should inform me on where Ilichy is right away. 
Has he got to Abdijan, Cote D' Ivoire? 

Hoping to hear from you at once.

Regards,

Jonathan.

  From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena"
Date:  20 Nov 2002, 05:37:24 AM  
Subject:  Re: Urgent Now  

Ahoy mate Mokeona

I have tried to raise Miracksy again but to no avail. 
Let us hope nothing has gone wrong. I will keep Craven 
Morehead up all night on it if necessary until I get 
what I want, no fear. Please write to Ilichy again 
expressing your concern. Have you made a careful note 
about keeping our friend away from sisters and aunts 
during his stay? He has a lot of money on him and in a 
strange place may be tempted to make insinuating offers 
which will reflect badly on your family's honour. 
Please keep me informed as this is all very disturbing. 
I have had Lonslo Tossov making comments about this 
enterprise and I do not want him to be proved right.

stabbin

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Aboard the Lucky Lad
23' N 67 1' W

From:  "Jonathan Mokoena"  
To:  Captin_Stabbin
Date:  20 Nov 2002, 07:54:15 AM  
Subject:  Re: Urgent Now  

Ahoy Captain Stabbin/ Mr. Tossov,

I have read your mails and I also hope that nothing has 
gone wrong with Mr. Ilichy on the way. I am steadily on 
prayers and I know that Virgin Mary will see him through. 
As I am writting to you, i have my Chaplet in my hands 
and I believe in the Mercy.

Mr. Tossov, the statement you made about the money Ilichy 
has and how it relates to me is shocking. How on earth will 
I sale my name and integrity for this amount of money. I have 
earned a high level position in African Union, not because 
I am rich but because i have maintained a clean slate and a 
high level of discpline both in private life and in government. 
You are free to check this out. Never, and I repeat Never will i 
deceive or be a party to tell you what is not true. 

I am sorry for whatever incoveniece the diversion to Ghana 
must have caused. Remember that this wasn't intenional, it was 
done for our own security and to ensure too that we do not loose time. 
Another point is that the development then was not palatable and as 
a result i had to quickly move the consignments to Ghana, to save 
my face and at the same time remain relevant to you people. How then 
did i go wrong? You may not know how i value you people, but i only 
pray that Ilichy arrives safely, he alone will tell you people how 
good it has been. I am going to work according to all that we have 
agreed, and nothing changes. We have come a long way gentlemen, 
and it will not pay any of us to abort this mission at this point. 
All is well, and your fears are baseless.

I hope you (mainly Mr. Tossov) will reason to understand with me. 
I hope to meet you all quite soon and shake your hand in success.
I just got a mail from Ilichy, he is in Abidjan

Expecting to hear from you soonest.

Yours Truly,

Jonathan.

From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: ilichy.miracsky
Date: 20.11.2002 - 12:59:26

Dear Brother,

I have read your mails and all were well understood.

But first and foremost, I wish to direct you once more concerning
the US$50,000.00. This money is my promise to you for arriving
safely, and will have to be taken out of the boxes and it have to be
from my share.

Mr. Ilichy, please do not disclose anything relating to this
business to the driver, or we risk loosing everything. Remember that
if you do your life is in danger, because non of this people can be
trusted. Note too that this is not a legal matter, this is a deal. I
hope you are fully aware of this right from the beginning.

The authorities in Ghana do not know of this deal, and should not be
made to know. Once you come in we proceed to African Security, make
the neccessary payments and get the boxes containing the money out,
and from there we proceed to the bank to open up account and pay in
the money. After this, the transfer of the money to you/Captain/
Tossov's account  abroad.

My brother, I want you to know that you are not giving me enough
information of where you are. Where did you sleep last night? Please
tell me. I am asking because i am beginning to doubt  if what you
people are telling me is what you are doing. My whole time and
energy is going into this matter, and my job is suffering. I am just
on the net everyday following you people up, where as this is a
matter we would have finished if you had decided to travel by Air.
Be it as it may, I wish you luck on your journey. Confirm to me if
you have got to Abidjan? 

Reservation has been made for you, once you come into Ghana ask
questions and find your way to the hotel. Period. Do not disclose
our business to any person in Ghana. Hoping to hear from you
immediately.
Regards,
Jonathan.

From:  Ilichy Miracsky 
Cc:  captin_stabbin 
Date:  20 Nov 2002, 06:05:46 AM  
 
Helooooo Mr Moronkena

Is arrive with Mojo Abdijan just ago! Have big delays, time all
donehunting snake for belt, puncture on tyre is, get in problems on
big road, have some sick in foods, have in doings some hassle. Also
car make ache on rump this fellow to long sittings, get stiff.

But is sortage. Have got room in Golf Hotel
Abdijan 08, Côte d’Ivoire. Tels 22 43 10 44. Know this
place to say? Nice big rooms, cost some monies but worth it.

Mojo he sneak in, sleep on floor, get comfy with all spare pillow
sheet. Room nice, but cost bit hope if use monies as feel need some
fine sorts.

Please to call check, am under secret name of James T Kirk. Need
rest here day or so before onwards, plenty nice girls perhaps get
now all have time to laugh and little champagne? Also can buy clubs
get round of play at Ivoire Golf Club, is working on handicaps. Need
4 stroke on 2 iron if to make course round in happy.

Hope all well, and will make rest trip in day or so, is in high
hopes. Have got watches all safe, although glass cracked on one when
Mojo trode on bag.

Hope hearings

Ilichy

  From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: ilichy.miracsky
Subject: Re: Fwd: Re: Fwd: Re: Treat this with urgency
Date: 20.11.2002 - 17:02:35

 Dear Brother,

 I have read you mail and i am well pleased
 that you are making progress.

 It will take you ten hours from Abidjan to
 get to Ghana. Tell Mojo not to over speed. 

 However, you must be very careful with
 ladies as you can  easily be druged  and you
 travel bag taken away from you.

 I look foward to meet you up there soonest.
 Also, do not fail to inform me as soon as
 you enter Ghana. 

 Remember again not to disclose your mission
 to Ghana with any body there.

 Safe journey,

 Yours,

 Jonathan.

  From:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
To:  Captin_Stabbin@natal.de 
Date:  21 Nov 2002, 01:35:50 AM  
Subject:  Re: Urgent Now  

Ahoy Captain,

How are you today and how is Lucky Lad functioning? 
I hope you read my mail of yesterday. I trust in your 
person and when we are through with this, I will like 
to meet you and may be on your advise we can float a 
shipping company. The position you occupy today is high, 
and i believe you know it all in the marine business. 
you have to keep this to yourself till we meet.

Has Ilichy contacted you? Let me know the position of things, 
and please calm Mr. Tossov down as nothing is amiss. 

Expecting to hear from you soonest.

Regards,

Jonathan.

  From:  Ilichy Miracsky  
To:  Jonathan Mokoena 
Cc:  captin_stabbin
Date:  21 Nov 2002, 06:37:31 AM  
Subject:  Re: Treat this with urgency  

Helllloo Mr Moroneana

Is all to go in short order, Mojo stop off for haircut 
and this fellow give him dollar for being good driver, 
also get him bath for pleasants. Have had funnings here, 
all sad leave. Have seen nice ladies in bar, get chattings, 
have merrys. Is very friendlies, all time do some is naughty. 
Hope not shame when hear tales of such, this Ilichy get bore, 
have to let steams off.

Soon to sortage, all onwards, jeep fix from small crash, 
now to do in times. Is to do special arrangements for arrives? 
Please sort out as want no diffs.

Will send again when in news have. How is wifes, sisters?

Ilichy


From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: ilichy.miracsky
Subject: Treat this with urgency
Date: 21.11.2002 - 10:16:13

Dear Brother,

Good day today. I hope your stay in Abidjan was okay.

I am assuming that you are leaving Abidjan to Ghana today, 
and if all being equal you should come into Ghana this evening.

However, make sure you chech into the hotel ( KUMBAYA HOTEL) 
with your real name because the reservasion was already made 
in your name.

The manager of the Security company will also ensure that you 
get in safely.

You can try to call the security company manager on phone 
024-722 069 once you are into Ghana, and he can come to meet you. 
This arrangement is for your security and happiness.

Once you are in Ghana, try to send me a mail from there so that 
I will direct my PA on how to locate you easily.

Expecting to hear from you immediately.

Regards,

Jonathan.

  From:  "Lonslo Tossov" 
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Cc:  captin_stabbin
Date:  21 Nov 2002, 03:11:04 PM   

MOKOENA I HOPE THIS IS TRUE MIRACKSY HAS HAD A LONG JOURNEY 
IT APPEARS ALL THROUGH THE STUPIDITY OF YOUR OPERATIVES_IF I 
WAS THERE THINGS WOULD BE DONE A BIT MORE SMARTLY I CAN TELL 
YOU_MONEY AND MEN GALLAVANTING AROUND THE COUNTRYSIDE AND SOME 
FEEBLE COMMUNICATION SKILLS IS A PATHETIC WAY TO CARRY ON_I HOPE 
YOU ORGANISE THINGS MUCH BETTER FROM NOW ON_ THE CAPTAIN AND I 
STILL HOPE TO SEE SOME OUTCOME FROM ALL THIS EFFORT BUT THIS 
SEEMS LESS LIKELY THE MORE YOU CHAPS MUCK ABOUT_FOR GODS SAKE 
KEEP THAT FOOL MUSA OUT OF IT_HE WAS AS MUCH USE AS A CHOCOLATE 
TEAPOT_I HAVE HAD MEN SERVE UNDER ME WHO HAVE BEEN DISMISSED THE 
SERVICE IF THEY HAD SHOWN HALF THE INCOMPETANCE HE SHOWED_KEEP 
ME INFORMED IF YOU CANT RAISE STABBIN_NOW GET ON WITH IT AND 
LETS HAVE NO MORE EXCUSES FOR GODS SAKE 

TOSSOV 

From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: ilichy.miracsky
Subject: Re: Treat this with urgency
Date: 21.11.2002 - 16:41:43

 Dear Mr. Ilichy,
 I have read your mail and it is well noted. 
 Everything is in order, and you should be
 careful with those ladies. I understand that
 you have to let off steam, but the most
 important thing is for you to step into
 Accra, Ghana safely and for us to finalise
 this matter to the joy of everyone.

 I am therefore, expecting your message on
 arrival to Ghana. Sorry for the
 inconviniences on the road. 

 Best of luck,

 Jonathan.


From:  Ilichy Miracsky 
To:  Jonathan Mokoena  
Cc:  captin_stabbin, lonslo_tossov 
Date:  22 Nov 2002, 06:30:28 AM  
Subject:  IS ARRIVES MR MORONEKA!! IS ARRIVES!  

Hellooooo Mr Moroneka

Is all arrives! All long time to drive, get hot and sweats
like in bucket, but at lasts in Accra, with Mojo all drive way. 
He still smoke funny stuff, make faces, some swerve but is 
alrights at finish. Have jokes, make plenty stops see sights 
and no troubles is fortunately matter of case. 

However BIG PROBS IS cannot find your say of Kumbaya hotel?? 
all plenty lookings no sign of this fellow. Is right name please?
Instead have put room 3rd Floor in Golden Tulip Hotel, Liberation
Road, much big place, some costs, all to settle in nicely. Have 
mini bar for eats, TV, trousers pressage, colds beer, get shower
have all fluff pillows for sleep. Already have met very friendsy 
ladies in bar, get chat, make date, all relaxing times now with 
this monies, yes? 

Hah! This Ilichy make some jokesy, not all spend on funnings, 
Mr Tossov cross to know, just bits here and there all to relax, 
all understand I think after big passage? Am to give Mojo big tip 
for his drivage, hope no mind?

Please make all contact with Ilichy in soon time, as want get
sortage. Have registered in secret name, as to keep all these
matters hush hush, ask for Ivor Biggun if make calls, or just 
say meet in bar for drinks, what ho?

Is please to hear urge now

Ilichy



From: "Jonathan Mokoena"
To: ilichy.miracsky
Subject: Acccident with my entourage/ 
Acknowledge the arrival of Mr. Illichy to Ghana. 
Date: 22.11.2002 - 19:14:17

Dear Mr. Illichy,

Thanks for your mail and I applogise for not contacting you 
because my entourage had an accident this morning, fortunately 
enough there was no casualty. I had to make sure that they were 
attended to medically, before I could come to the net to check 
your mail.

Welcome to Ghana, Golden Tulip Hotel is too open and it host 
many foreigners, I think it will be better you call the manager 
of the security company tomorrow morning on 024-722 069. He has 
already been informed of your trip, so he can help you in organising 
your stay in Kumbaya Hotel.

I have the flight ticket of my PA, and hopefully he will depart 
to ghana tomorrow with any available flight. 

However, I want you to send to me immediately your hotel room
number. I have noted the floor  and the address of the hotel. 
I must repeat that you do not mention any thing about this business 
with any one. This is very important. Another thing i want to say 
is that you could be approached by an unknown person giving you a 
proposal, please do not listen. I said this because you are my 
responsiblity and nothing bad should befall you till we are through 
with this venture. I have advised and i hope you will heed to it.

I hope you will understand the full nature of this transaction as 
to lead us to the celebration at the end.

Regards,

Jonathan.


From: "Jonathan Mokoena" To: ilichy.miracsky Subject: I doubt that Illichy is in Ghana. Date: 23.11.2002 - 10:59:31 Attn: Mr. Illichy, Dear Sir, I hope you are in Ghana? Though i doubt. I sent a mail to you yesterday asking for your hotel room number but surprisingly, there is no response from you. Why? I hope this surprising attitude does not spoil this business. I have made further attempt to ask you to contact the manager of the security company and up to this morning nothing is heard from you. I have pleaded with the manager to make out time and contact you at the hotel, yet the receptionist at the hotel says there is no such name. Can you explain this? I am beginning to have doubt about your reliability. If you are in Ghana, why are you hiding? This morning my PA flight was cancelled to tomorrow, but with this development what do we do? We have come a long way in this matter and should not be having this problem. I am ready to conclude this business, but it seems to me you do not want. Please, inform Captain Stabbin and Mr. Tossov why there is this poor and negative development. Let me on the other hand be briefed before the end of the day. You must realise that I have a very busy shedule and any distortion puts me off totally. If you are sure you are in the hotel, furnish us wih your room number. How do you expect my PA to meet with you when he gets there? I am expecting your urgent response. Regards, Jonathan.

From:  Ilichy Miracsky
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com, captin_stabbin, lonslo_tossov 
Date:  23 Nov 2002, 11:53:08 AM  
Subject:  NO IS SORRYS PLEASE AM READYS FOR TO DO  

Helloooo  Mr Mokeona

Is so sorrys about this problems. Have been in ills all time in
room, get sick in head after big drink, all friends with Mojo after
big drives. Have few dollar from demurrage, just for time, is
understand? have out in bar, get to some drinks, eats meal, all
dance, to meet ladies, all funnings, then forget is contact waiting
from Mokeona so not make mails. Is sorrys, have been bad Ilichy.
Please forgives and is will make amendage, beg good fellow do all
things properly stop messings.

Please also know that have been at hotel under different name than
says, as forget say Ivor Biggun in all rush, and have in names of
other, is to call and ask for room 234, please have ask for Mr
Shortern Curlys, can get chats no problem.

Have funning lady here now, she say hi though Mojo he get jeep and
go with happy face. She say like meet PA maybe have more drinks, can
do?

Hope hearings urge now

Ilichy


Jonathan Mokoena"wrote:
Dear Captain,

You have not written me for some time, why? Despite the mails 
I exchanged with your men which where copied to you. It seems 
to me that this matter is not taken seriously by you people. 
How can you explain that Illichy claimed to be in Ghana and 
yet upto this moment he can not be seen. Obviously we cannot 
conclude this matter in this way. I feel there is something 
you people are not telling me, and until you tell me that I 
cannot make up my mind to send my PA to Ghana.

I would like you to write me and inform me what you peoples 
position is today. 

Regards,

Jonathan.

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Jonathan Mokoena" 
Date:  23 Nov 2002, 02:24:15 PM  

Ahoy Mate Mokeona

As you can see, we have just got back and it has taken a while 
to get things unpacked. Euphemia got tangled in the the sails, 
and was unfortunately hoisted a good ten feet before anyone 
noticed which slowed docking down a bit. Fortunately she escaped 
with some minor rope burns on her ankles and all is well. Young 
Morehead is glad to be back too, and I am sure I saw a lump in his 
throat as we came to at the quayside.

I am sorry about your problems with Miracsky. He is normally a good man, 
and can be trusted with most things. I am sure there is a good reason 
why he has not been in contact and I hope that he is not in trouble. 
Have you tried ringing the hotel again? He is definitely in Ghana as 
he phoned Me yesterday, a little drunk to be sure, but very coherant 
about his location. A lover of the greens, he was delighted to be so 
near a course for all the crazy golf.

Please keep me informed as this is very worrying. I am due to see 
Mr Tossov this afternoon at his ranch house at Usapropatit and we 
will discuss these problems then.

Best regards

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)
Marsol Hotel
Av. Senador Dinarte Mariz, 1567
Via Costeira - Natal
Phone/Fax: +55 (84) 202.1300
http://www.captinstabbin.com


From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: "Lonslo Tossov" 
Subject: This is the situation 
Date: Sat, 23 Nov 2002 05:35:21 -0500 

Dear Mr. Tossvo, 

I hope you got the mails I copied to you. That of today is the situation. 
Remember no one will attend to Mr. Illichy without my PA at Africa Security 
because there is a standing order. 

I understand your fear about Musa, but he is not a part of this business 
any longer and will never be. He does not even know what is in the boxes. 
He is totally out of this. Period. 

I must state that you would have been a better individual to deal with 
on this instead of Illichy. Your fears about his unreliability has come 
to bear on this matter. You can see it now that he claims to be in Ghana 
and yet he cannot be found. Could you make effort to see where he is? 

Nothing stops us from concluding once we establish contact. My idea 
of the whole thing is to meet with him tomorrow, and first thing on 
Monday (25/11/02) we are at the security company to get out the boxes 
containing the money, and act acording to the modus of sharing the money. 

I will wait for your urgent response. 

Regards, 

Jonathan. 


From:  "Lonslo Tossov" 
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Date:  24 Nov 2002, 08:03:15 AM  
Subject:  Re: This is the situation  

WHAT NONSENSE IS THIS MAN_ MIRACSKY IS AT THE GOLF HOTEL_HAVE YOU 
CHECKED CAREFULLY OR ARE YOU JUST A WASTE OF SPACE_MONDAY IS OK 
BUT WHY NOT SUNDAY_HAVE YOU NO SENSE OF URGENCY_WHILE YOU DILLY DALLY 
MIRACSKY IS WINING AND DINING LIKE A TROOPER ON LEAVE BETTER HURRY UP 
MAN PROTECT THIS INVESTMENT BEFORE IT ALL GOES DOWN THE PLUG HOLE WASTED 
ON WINE WOMEN AND SONG_ONCE HE GETS GOING THERES NO STOPPING HIM_ACT NOW 
AND LETS GET ON WITH FOR GODS SAKE_IF I WAS THERE THERE WOULD BE A BOOT 
UP SOME BACK SIDES I CAN TELL YOU_GLAD TO SEE THE BACK OF MUSA THE MAN 
WAS A CHUMP_KEEP ME INFORMED 

TOSSOV 



From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: ilichy.miracsky
Subject: Your where about is unknown.
Date: 25.11.2002 - 10:37:04

 Dear Mr. Illichy,

 It is a shame that you cannot handle this
 matter, it goes to justify what Mr. Tossov
 said about you being unreliable. You have
 not yet stated where you are as all
 information you give come out falsely. It
 does not take any time to locate a man
 lodged in a hotel with accurate information,
 but yours proves this premise wrong. All
 depends on you now.

 Jonathan. 



From:  Ilichy Miracsky  
To:  Jonathan Mokoena 
Cc:  lonslo_tossov, captin_stabbin
Date:  25 Nov 2002, 02:38:57 AM  
  
Helloooo Mr Mokeona

Please where is callings? What is this to say nonsense? 
Have been in room for Sunday time, wait for contacts, 
is bore time, empty mini bar, make paper plans, watch TV. 
Is no rings, no message, not anys. Is bad mattering? 
Have monies, all waiting onwards, need urge sortage. 
Mr Tossov say you silly man, so big hope no wastes of times
to be here, all way on long route, take efforts. Nice ladies 
for funnings but need to make serious now. Please why your 
numbers not work? Where is peoples to meet??

Have you been ask for secret name Shorten Curlies at Golf Hotel? 
I can stay all short while longer then must be off backs to Natal. 

Is wait, in hopes

Ilichy


From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: "Lonslo Tossov" 
Subject: Re: This is the situation 
Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 04:31:08 -0500 

Dear Sir, 
Thanks for your mail. I am surprised you are talking of Gulf Hotel, 
whereas Illichy says he is in Golden Tullip Hotel Accra, Ghana. 
Which one do I take? I cannot look for Illichy any longer, because 
he ought to be looking for me. 

If you people are seroius nothing stops Illichy from calling 
the Security company. Any other information has to come from you, 
I am waiting. I still do not know why you are mentioning Musa's name 
when infact he does not know where I am now nor where the consignment 
was taken to. 

I expect that you contact Illichy and get back to me. 

Regards, 

Jonathan. 


From:  "Lonslo Tossov" 
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Cc:  ilichy.miracsky, captin_stabbin
Date:  25 Nov 2002, 03:47:47 AM  
Subject:  Re: This is the situation  
 
MOKEONA THIS IS AN EXCELLENT POINT OF YOURS_IT MAY EXPLAIN 
THIS MIGHTY COCK UP_MIRACKSY WHERE THE DICKENS ARE YOU_BE 
PRECISE ON THE HOTEL MAN CANT YOU SEE MOKEONA IS JUST AS 
CONFUSED AS I AM_GOLF HOTEL OR GOLDEN TULIP_OR ARE YOU IN 
TWO PLACES AT ONCE_LEAVE THE WOMEN AND DRINKING ALONE MAN 
AND MAKE SENSE_REPLY AT ONCE BEFORE THIS BUSINESS GOES DOWN 
THE DRAIN ONCE MORE 

TOSSOV 

Lonslo Tossov 
Tossov Investments SA 
1 Yanker Ave, 
Mbalongawank 123 
Via Costeira - Natal 
Phone/Fax: +55 (84) 202.1300

From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: ilichy.miracsky
Subject: Re: Your where about is unknown.
Date: 25.11.2002 - 12:14:05

 DEAR ILLICHY,

 ARE YOU NOW IN GULF HOTEL? WHAT A SURPRISE.
 I HOPE YOU ARE CATCHING FUN.

 YOU DID TELL ME YOU ARE IN GOLDEN TULIP
 HOTEL LAST WEEK, BUT NOW IN GULF HOTEL AFTER
 TOSSOV HAD SAID THIS TO ME. WHICH ONE IS THE
 TRUTH?

 JONATHAN.


From:  Ilichy Miracsky 
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Cc:  lonslo.tossov
Date:  25 Nov 2002, 04:06:03 AM  

Helloooo Mr Mokeona, Mr Tossov

Is huge sorrys have got wrong place, is Golf Hotel, 
all mixings, in low apologys. Should this fellow 
discharge and go to Tullips?

Please hope hearings in this time,

Ilichy.


From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: ilichy.miracsky
Subject: Re: Your where about is unknown.
Date: 25.11.2002 - 13:25:56

 DEAR ILLICHY,

 THE ONLY WAY TO KNOW THE TRUTH IS THAT YOU
 SHOULD CALL THE MANAGER OF THE SECURITY
 COMPANY ON 233-24-722069,SO HE CAN MEET WITH
 YOU.

 JONATHAN



From:  Ilichy Miracsky 
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Cc:  lonslo_tossov
Date:  25 Nov 2002, 05:21:28 AM  
Subject:  Re: Your where about is unknown.  

Helloooo Mr Moroneka

Is alrights, have now call, have left message for 
your fellow with a Mr Ubi Nescamed. Is OK? Still 
all onwards in prepare, wait for contacts.

Hope urge hearings

Ilichy


From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: ilichy.miracsky
Subject: Re: Your where about is unknown.
Date: 26.11.2002 - 10:31:43

 Dear Mr. Illichy,

 I want you to give me the phone number of
the hotel so that I can call you from base.

From:  Ilichy Miracsky 
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Cc:  lonslo_tossov 
Date:  26 Nov 2002, 07:41:25 AM  
Subject:  Re: Your where about is unknown.  

Hellloooo Mr Moroneka

Did you have last message, have no heard.

Is definitely now

Golden Tulip Accra Hotel 
Liberation Road
Accra,  Ghana  16033
866-836-9330 

Have left Golf Hotel as too expensive.

Please call as urge, as Tossov say come home u plonker. 
Is in room all wait your contactings. Please to stop 
fiddy faddys, get on to sortage now am bore.

Hope hearings

Ilichy


From: "Jonathan Mokoena" To: ilichy.miracsky Date: 27.11.2002 - 10:42:48 Dear Mr. illichy, I have read your mail, yet i still do not believe your person. From one hotel to another, why don't you check into the hotel I asked you to stay? Do you know that there is nothing like Gulf Hotel in Ghana? I think you are joking. Meanwhile, what you send to me as your hotel phone number dose not exist. enough of this joke. Jonathan.

From:  Ilichy Miracsky 
To:  Jonathan Mokoena  
Date:  27 Nov 2002, 01:52:16 AM  

Hellooo Mr Mokeona

Is  GOLF HOTEL INTER-CONTINENTAL ABIDJAN, La Riviera Abidjan 08
Republic De Côte D'Ivoire Tel: +225 22 43 10 44 | Fax: +225 22
43 05 44 | E-mail: abidjan@interconti.com. 

How say not exist? Am room 567, all cosy with TV also last night get
funnings with nice ladies, spend little bit demurrage in matters,
much keep company in sortage this fellow. 

Please, am to move to another place if this no good, can get taxi,
make journeys in all records time. Have small monies left, Tossov
say you big bag of winds, is true? 

Is no joke, but Ilichy now fed up with nonsense as make look bad
with Tossov and Captin. Is to contact at once if no moves, and
onwards get please!

Please say urge

ILICHY

PS Have ladie here again she say hello Mr Mokeona all giggles in
champagne for small nice monies.

From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: ilichy.miracsky
Subject: You are inside Lucky Lad
Date: 27.11.2002 - 11:11:40

 Mr. Illichy,

 I am getting tired of you in the sense that
 you are asked to go to Ghana to clear and
 claim the funds therein the consignments,
 but you decided to make fun of everything.
 Your stay in a hotel in ABIDJAN, what does
 that show? Is it ABIDJAN we have our
 business or Ghana?

 Look, if you are real, why cannt you make a
 phone to the security company? I have
 concluded everything now that you are still
 inside Lucky lad and never bought a Lap top
 in the first place. Stop deceiving your
 self.

 If you want business, contact the security
 company and then proceed to ghana to lodge
 in the Hotel we made resavation for you. 
 Period.

 Jonathan.

From:  Ilichy Miracsky 
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Date:  27 Nov 2002, 06:28:59 AM  
Subject:  Re: You are inside Lucky Lad  

Hellloooo Mr Mokoena

Is not Abidjan?? Is all strange, as thought that is where is to be.
How ever, may just be explain why is not hotel found once to say in
meeting be. Please check back and tell this fellow is not so, in all
urge. Am all cosy here and sure is right place no, with no
misunderstandings, all to do.

Please say to where this fellow should go, name of reserved, and all
details. This joke beyond is, all monies cost for this messings!

Is tell Mr Tossov of this new sticky patch or leave Ilichy in
communicates?

Ilichy



From:  "Lonslo Tossov" 
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Cc:  captin_stabbin 
Date:  27 Nov 2002, 06:45:05 AM  
Subject:  Re: This is the situation  


MIRACSKY WHAT THE DEVIL IS GOING ON MAN ARE YOU NOT EVEN 
IN THE RIGHT CITY????THIS IS BEYOND BELIEF AND YOU ARE A 
COMPLETE IDIOT_NO WONDER THIS MORONEKA FELLOW IS GETTING 
UPSET AT ALL THIS GOING ON_MAKE SURE YOU PACK UP AT ONE MAN
_GET OVER TO THE RIGHT PLACE YOU NUMBSKULL AND LETS HOPE 
THINGS CAN BE RECOVERABLE FROM THIS GIANT FIASCO_I KNEW I 
SHOULD HAVE COME MYSELF OR JUST SENT YOUR MOTHER_NOW GET ON 
WITH THE MATTER IN HAND AND LEAVE THE BAR WOMEN ALONE AS 
NO DOUBT THE DEMURRAGE IS BEING USED TO FUND YOUR VARIOUS 
PECADILLOS 

TOSSOV 

Lonslo Tossov 
Tossov Investments SA 
1 Yanker Ave, 
Mbalongawank 123 
Via Costeira - Natal 
Phone/Fax: +55 (84) 202.1300 


From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: ilichy.miracsky
Subject: I am still saying that you are inside Lucky Lad
Date: 27.11.2002 - 18:13:41

 Mr. ilichy,

 I have read your mail and i want to let you
 know that joking cannot assist us. If you
 are real for business, come out openly and
 make a call to the Security company's
 manager. He will come to visit you at the
 hotel.  you are with his phone number, I do
 not why you are afred to make a phone call.

 Stop deceiving your self. Just tell me whare
 you are right away. If you are out for
 business, let me know. if you are in Ghana,
 make yourself known to the Security
 company's manager. Period.

 Don't be kidding.

 Jonathan.


From:  Ilichy Miracsky  
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Cc:  lonslo_tossov, captin_stabbin
Date:  27 Nov 2002, 02:18:28 PM  
Subject:  Re: I am still saying that you are inside Lucky Lad  

Helloooo Mr Moronoko,

Is tried call, but had leave message again, 
did this fellow get all detail. Please am serious 
in doings this all matters, want onwards to go, 
but is no help when no business to say with friend.

Tossov say Ilichy come home as Moronoka a dingbat, 
but Ilichy say no give more chance, make haste to Accra 
get in right hotel, do all matters as agree. Then all flob, 
no make contact, no hear from  you, is big waste. 
Have get back home I think, end all nonsense, spend 
dummarge monies on other things with serious pepples 
who no mess bout.

Miracksy now get all homesicks, want see majestic wilderbeest
sweeping across plains, feel warm breezes of Natal on cheek, 
see night spots of Capetown where all funnings, smell veldt 
campfires at dawn, greet sisters and all friends over fine 
drops of dork wine not this warm stuff beer all over place here.

Is sorry, but can no cope with loony chumps like you anymores, 
who spins all yarns and waste times, sat on fat bum with 
twiddle finger in manys internet cafes.

Ilichy


From: "Jonathan Mokoena"  
To: "Lonslo Tossov" 
Subject: Re: This is the situation 
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 12:26:46 -0500 

Dear Mr. Tossov, 

You know i use to respect you a lot, but how can you send a womaniser 
like Ilichy to handle this business. Can you see what is going on now. 
he cannot tell the exect place he is, either he is still in Adidjan or 
Ghana, but he keep on saying he is in Ghana while he cannot be located 
at any of the hotels he mentioned. 

Ilichy was asked to lodge in a hotel where resaveration was made fro him, 
but on entering Ghana as he said, he could not go to the hotel instade he 
give fake names. In fact, I do not understand him at all. 

Why cannt he make a phone call to the Security company Manager? He is with 
his phone number. I am getting tired of everything, and this will result 
to look for a reliable person to assist in concluding this business. try to 
inform Ilichy to communicate the security company manager on phone so that 
I will be rest assured that he is out for business. 

I cannt contiune like this. 

Regards, 

Jonathan. 



From:  "Lonslo Tossov" 
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Cc:  captin_stabbin
Date:  28 Nov 2002, 01:34:22 AM  
Subject:  Re: This is the situation  

MORONEKA_ILICHY IS DOING HIS BEST_YES THERE HAVE BEEN A FEW HICCUPS 
BUT WHERE HAVE YOUR REPRESENTATIVES BEEN DURING ALL THIS TIME_REMEMBER 
CAPTAIN STABBIN SPENT DAYS A COUPLE OF WEEKS BACK WAITING FOR YOUR IDLE 
SHOWER TO TURN UP AND DO THE BUSINESS BUT ALL HE GOT WAS A BILL FOR 
PARKING HIS BOAT AND EMPTY PROMISES FROM THAT HOPELESS CLOT MUSA_WHAT 
IS THE MATTER WITH YOU ALL MILLIONS OF DOLLARS RIDE ON THIS AND YET 
YOU CANNOT EVEN MANAGE TO TURN OUT AND MAKE A SHOW OF THINGS_I AM TELLING 
MIRACSKY TO MAKE ONE MORE EFFORT AND THEN HE CAN CAME HOME SOONEST_SUGGEST 
YOU GET YOUR HOUSE IN ORDER MAN AND STOP BLAMING OTHERS FOR YOUR OWN 
INADEQUACIES_SURE MIRACSKY LIKES THE LADIES BUT MEANS NO HARM AND AT LEAST 
HE IS CLEAN AND EAGER_GET IN CONTACT WITH HIM_STOP MOANING_PULL YOUR FINGER 
OUT_AND LETS HAVE SOME REAL BUSINESS DONE NOT THIS LOT OF WHINING AND MOANING 
FROM SOMEONE I THOUGHT BETTER OF_MAKE SURE YOU GIVE OUT WORKING PHONE NUMBERS 
AND THE BUMBLING NITWITS YOU EMPLOY ARE AROUND AT THE OTHER END AND NOT OUT
 GALLAVANTING WITH GIRLFRIENDS NO DOUBT_MAKE ALLOWANCE FOR MIRACSKYS AGE AND 
ALL WILL BE WELL_LETS HAVE NO MORE OF THIS NONSENSE FOR GODS SAKE I HAVE 
BETTER THINGS TO DO THAN HOLD YOUR HAND ALL THE TIME I AM A VERY BUSY MAN 
WITH MANY IRONS IN THE FIRE 

TOSSOV 
 

From:  Captin Stabbin NN "(Rtd)" 
To:  "Lonslo Tossov", jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Cc:  captin_stabbin@natal.de 
Date:  28 Nov 2002, 01:48:38 AM  
Subject:  Re: This is the situation  

Ahoy there mate Tossov!

I can go and pick Ilichy up once I have finished the new keel swabbing. 
It will mean another long voyage, but I know Morehead is up for it again 
and we can do some trawling en route to help expenses.

Sadly Euphemia is still is hospital after the recent mast hoisting incident 
but I expect I can get another crew member from somewhere. Perhaps Lucy 
Lastik will be pleased to come along now that she is discharged? Can your 
sister ask her? All I need are the co ordinates, a chaart of the shoals 
and I am ready to command! I've been back just a week and already I feel 
the call of the open sea, and the whistle of the wind in my lanyards.

What do you think, matey?

Capt. Stabbin NN (ret.d)


From:  "Lonslo Tossov" 
To:  Captin_Stabbin, jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Cc:  ilichy.miracsky 
Date:  28 Nov 2002, 02:59:33 AM  
Subject:  Re: This is the situation  

THIS MAY BE ONE IDEA BUT ARE YOU UP TO ANOTHER VOYAGE_REMEMBER
YOUR CONDITION MAN 

Lonslo Tossov 



From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: "Lonslo Tossov" 
Subject: Make no pretences Tossov. 
Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2002 06:19:17 -0500 

Dear Mr. Tossov, 

It is unfortunate that this matter is turning out this way.
I am not the cause of the bad situation.I understand what 
you say,but please ask your man why he is inconsistent with 
his approach on this matter.At least you confirmed on one 
time that he was giving out two places he is staying instead 
of one.One thing you must know is that i am consistent with 
this matter ,but the man you sent is my headache,to say the 
least. 

I have done my own part but locating him is a problem and 
this makes me feel that he is not in Ghana afterall.The 
telephone is working.You can try calling it from where you 
are and you will definitely speak to the Manager of the 
Security Company.If you are calling from Abroad,you dial 
00-233-24-722069,but if you are in Ghana you just dial 
024-722069,thats all.I do not want to write much on a matter 
that has left me all sapped. 

I did not leave my base because of a busy schedule,and will 
only move when I confirm that Illichy is there,and up to now 
no news,I only get conflicting information about Hotel Details 
and each one that is checked turn out to be false.Initially 
he gave Golden Tulip Room 234 but the receptionist confirmed 
that there is no such room number and name,he gave Gulf hotel 
and there is nothing like that in Ghana.What else do you want 
me to do?I do not know how I can move on with a man I cannot 
rely upon,I mean Illichy. 

Fpr the last time note that MUSA is not in this again and 
I reconfirm it.Period. 

Jonathan 



From:  "Lonslo Tossov" 
To:  jonathan_mok@africamail.com 
Cc:  captin_stabbin, ilichy.miracsky
Date:  28 Nov 2002, 05:58:36 AM  
 
MORONEKA THIS IS BEYOND A JOKE MIRACSKY IS DOING HIS BEST 
BUT BLUNDER UPON BLUNDER FROM YOUR INADEQUATE OPERATIVES 
HAVE MADE THINGS INTOLERABLE_GIVE US A HOTEL RESERVATION 
AND WE WILL BE THERE NO MISTAKE_MIRACSKY HAS YOUR NUMBER 
LETS HOPE IT WORKS OR I WILL KNOW THE REASON WHY_ COCK UP 
THIS MATTER AGAIN NUMBSKULL AND YOU CAN KISS GOODBYE TO 
THE FUNDS WE WILL WITHDRAW AND SPEND OUR TIME MORE FRUITFULLY 
WITH SOMEONE WHO KNOWS WHAT THEY ARE DOING_YES MIRACSKY HAS 
MADE A FEW MINOR ERRORS BUT YOU SHOULD LIVE AND LEARN TO ADAPT 
TO CHANGING CIRCUMSTANCES_ IN THE ARMY THIS WAS A WAY OF LIFE 
AND SECOND NATURE AMONG THE COMMISSIONED OFFICERS_HAVE YOU NEVER 
HAD TO LEAD MEN INTO COMBAT AS THIS WOULD CHANGE YOUR OPINIONS 
ABOUT THE WAY THINGS HAVE TO BE TO ACHIEVE OBJECTIVES NO MISTAKE_
NOW JUMP TO IT MAN_ STOP ALL THIS PATHETIC MOANING AND HAND WRINGING 
ABOUT WHAT HAS HAPPENED_I JUST THANK GOD MUSA IS OUT OF THE WAY 
AS YOU CLAIM 

Lonslo Tossov 



From: "Jonathan Mokoena" 
To: "Lonslo Tossov" 
Subject: Tell me how you intend to be in Ghana. 
Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2002 11:21:16 -0500 

Dear Mr. Tossov, 

Your mail was received. I hope you saw the attachment sent to you. 

Have you been able to establish that i am not culpable for all 
these problems. I need not be in the Army to know how seriously 
to take things and make them work. You may not know the extent 
and volume of work attached to my job, but to be modest it's a 
handfull. I do not want to delve into this long talk, I rather 
go into specifics. 

A reservation was made earlier and a telephone call to the hotel 
shows that it is still open. I have re-informed them about this. 

It will be better to deal directly with you, than dealing with Ilichy 
because everything about him shows gross incompetence. I will only be 
rest assured if I am with you fully on this. I do not think we would 
have had all these failure if either you or Captain Stabbin was there. 
Well it goes to show the poor stuff Ilichy is made of. 

Let me know how you intend to go. 

God bless, 

Jonathan. 



From:  "Lonslo Tossov"  
Date:  28 Nov 2002, 08:36:55 AM  
Subject:  Re: Tell me how you intend to be in Ghana.  
 
MOKOENA 

I AGREE DIRECT COMMUNICATION BETWEEN US WOULD BE BETTER 
BUT I AM NOT IN GHANA AND CANNOT EASILY MAKE THE NECESSARY 
CONNECTIONS MAN SURELY YOUR REALISE THIS AND IT ALL SEEMS 
ANOTHER HARE-BRAINED CONCOCTION OF YOURS_WHERE THE DEVIL 
IS THIS RESERVATION OF YOURS_IS IT THE SAME PLACE OR NOT_ 
STOP MESSING ABOUT AND COME OUT WITH THE DETAILS AND I WILL 
GET MIRACSKY OVER TO YOU AND LETS SEE IF YOU CAN PERFORM TO 
ANY SATISFACTION_YOU SEEM A BRIGHT LAD BUT LETS HAVE SOME 
COMMON SENSE AND NOT JUST THIS PREVARICATION AND ALWAYS 
DISTRACTING TWIDDLE TWADDLE ON AND ON WHICH IS ALL THERE 
HAS BEEN SO FAR IN MY OPINION_ALL THIS IS MOST DISCOURAGING_
MY DAUGHTER FANNY IS GETTING MARRIED VERY SHORTLY AND I HAVE 
BIGGER FISH TO FRY THAN MESSING AROUND WITH YOUR GHOST HOTEL 
RSERVATIONS AND PHONES THAT DONT WORK AND ALL SORTS OF PECULIAR 
SHENNANIGANS WITH FRIEND MUSA WHO WAS WORTHLESS_SUGGEST YOU 
GET THINGS IN ORDER PRONTO MAN OR FACE MORE SCORN AND COMPLETE 
LOSS OF FAITH_ACT AT ONCE_GET ON THE CASE IS MY SINCERE ADVICE_
SHOW ME THAT I AM NOT DEALING WITH A BUNCH OF NINCOMPOOPS 

Lonslo Tossov 


The Captain's coordinates appear to have been chosen
by flinging darts at a map. Some seem impossible.
But that's how it is when you're dueling with the Lads
on the great Atlantic.

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