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Why did Dave Salmoni move out from project tiger canyon?

India sanjay Offline
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( This post was last modified: 04-03-2019, 08:21 PM by sanjay )

As per my knowledge, Dave Salmoni and John Varty both started the project tiger canyon together. But later Dave left the project. I tried to find out what was the exact reasons that made Dave to reach this decision but I can not. Does anyone have read anything about this incident in more detail?

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India Sanju Online
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I had this question for long time and didn't do any research on that.


Interested to see if anybody has answer...
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