Look back up the thread to where I asked about it (when I was researching securities to find ones to invest in). If you've had a sell order up below 1 over a weekend then you personally KNOW that he's lieing (and even if he's doing what he claimed in response to me, it's in no way the same as doing what his contract SAYS he'll do).
Did you take into account that other people might of had asks lower than you that were filled first thus you didn't make the cut?
In fairness, it does appear you've been buying back shares last few weeks. But if you look back further you find:
2012-08-12 15:18 1.635 545 0.003
2012-08-19 13:36 1.635 545 0.003
2012-08-26 12:34 1.635 545 0.003
three weeks where the share traded consistently below 1.0 but outstanding shares remained the same (545). The price remained below 1.0 - but new shares were sold the next few weeks (so no way to tell easily whether buybacks happend). Then next few weeks shares outstanding dropped - whether on a Sunday (or form you buying up via lowball bids) is not possible to tell.
Do note that your contract says you'll put up a bid-wall at 1.0. If you have to buy back shares priced below 1.0 before you CAN put up the bidwall then that's, in theory, your problem - your job is to gtet the bidwall up. I DO believe that wasn't your intent (as it could commit you to buying back all shares at once) and wouldn't try to enforce that - but it IS what you wrote in your contract. To my mind if you buy backk 5% each sunday (the lowest asks) then that's fair - just not what you said you'd do (and, for a few weeks at least, not what you were doing).