have a last trade close at 1 cents or $.01, when the bid and ask are 6.5 cents and 11 cents. Maybe it is an accident because no one traded after that.

Probably the 1 cent was a market maker closing out some side issue and not a serious trade.  Or someone want to take a big trading loss for tax purposes, but both should only be done by market markers before other higher priced trades are going to be done, so the 1 cent trade isn't the last one or up for a long time. 

Market makers especially after a consolidation of shares and only 3.8 million shares outstanding should just not trade till 10 cents is trading consistently and that is the responsibility of market makers to do, ie those brokers trading stocks and selecting the bids and asks to trade at.