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VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Aug 01, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — Baja Mining Corp. (“Baja”) /quotes/zigman/31250 CA:BAJ 0.00% (otcqx:BAJFF) reports that Stephen Lehner and Ken Murphy have resigned from Baja’s board.


Mr. Lehner and Mr. Murphy joined Baja’s board on May 7 and May 24, 2012, respectively, and were elected as directors at Baja’s most recent shareholder meeting on June 21, 2012.


Baja’s board would like to thank both Mr. Lehner and Mr. Murphy for their contributions to Baja during what has been a challenging period for Baja and its management.

Contacts:
Baja Mining Corp.
Tom Ogryzlo
Interim CEO
604-685-2323
604-629-5228 (FAX)
[email protected]

www.bajamining.com  

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