RETRIBUTION ATTACKS ON VICTIMS AND WITNESSES: THE CLEANTECH SCAM

UPDATES: RETRIBUTION ATTACKS ON VICTIMS AND WITNESSES: THE CLEANTECH SCAM

Over 200 companies and individuals were damaged and harmed in the embezzlement scandal which was manifested during the political confusion of the 2008 economic collapse. Under the cover of Congressional-confusion, vast amounts of U.S. taxpayer dollars were absconded with, via kick-back schemes, tax fraud and stock-market manipulation frauds manifested from those schemes and discretionary, arbitrary cash re-directions.

Many of the companies and individuals, who witnessed and suffered from these crimes, filed complaints. They were met with retribution attacks produced by State, Federal and private corporation participants in those crimes, in order to maintain the cover-up.

When a person, or company, is attacked, there are losses and damages that can be calculated. Because in this case, part of the scheme involved manipulating mining deals in Afghanistan, the U.S. taxpayers were also damaged.  In order to understand how one calculates losses, let us examine the metrics that were used to calculate the losses and damages, to the U.S. taxpayers from the Afghanistan War, as of today. The number currently stands in excess of six trillion dollars in losses, and climbing. Here are reports, and articles, from major institutions confirming those numbers and the process for calculating them:

Afghan War losses to the U.S. Taxpayers, why you have no road repair budgets …

Study: Iraq, Afghanwar costs to top $4 trillion . Sign In. Subscribe. National … The U.S. wars in Afghanistan and Iraq will cost taxpayers $4 trillion to $6trillion, … Ernesto Londoño covers the Pentagon for the Washington Post. Share on Facebook Share Share on Twitter Tweet;

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Iraq War Cost U.S. More Than $2 Trillion, Could Grow to $6

… the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks that assessed the cost in dollars and lives from the resulting wars in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq. … the Iraq war could amount to about $4 trillion … Cost Iraq Watson Institute Iraq War Cost 2 TrillionDollars Price of …

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US wars in Afghanistan, Iraq to cost $6 trillion – thenews.com.pk

… The decade-long American wars in Afghanistan and Iraq would end up costing as much as $6trillion, … has already paid $260 billion in interest on the war debt,” andfuture interest payments would amount to trillions of dollars.This … “The Iraq and Afghanistan …

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How much did the us spend in the Iraq and afghan war and who …

How much did the us spend in the Iraq and afghanwar and who started it? And if the us hadn’t left would … Estimates range upwards of 6Trilliondollars. Follows is one discussion demonstrating the difficulty … The extended combat and equipment loss have placed a severe financial …

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Iraq war costs U.S. more than $2 trillion: study | Reuters

The U.S. war in Iraq has cost $1.7 trillion with an additional $ … lies down in front of the grave of her brother, Ryan Coyer, who served with the U.S. Army in both Iraq and Afghanistan, at Arlington National … while the costs left out trillions of dollars in interest the …

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Financial cost of the Iraq War – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

… described in their book The Three TrillionDollarWar and possibly more in the most recent published study, … The extended combat and equipment loss have placed a severe financial strain on the U.S Army, … summations for the UK war in Afghanistan came to £37bn ($56.46 billion) . …

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Iraq: 10 Years After Invasion | Costs of War

American military and contractor families struggle with the loss of loved ones as well as … future health and disability payments for veterans will total $590 billion and interest accrued to pay for the war will add up to $3.9 trillion … The Financial Legacy of Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Trillion-Dollar War | The Nation

Various estimates have suggested that the war in Afghanistan might cost the United States a trilliondollars. Now we find out that it’s worth it: Afghanistan has a trilliondollars worth of mineral wealth under its soil.

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The Total Iraq and Afghanistan Pricetag: Over $4 Trillion

The Total Iraq and Afghanistan Pricetag: Over $4 Trillion … In addition, while she estimates the total cost of the two wars at $4 to $6trillion, the Costs of War project at Brown University estimates it at around $4 trillion. More News:

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Iraq, Afghanistan Wars Will Cost U.S. 4-6 Trillion Dollars

Afghanistan; Iraq War; … I think it safe to say that most adult Americans can look at this staggering figure of 4 to 6trilliondollars as being equal to half of our national debt of some 13 trillion. dollars. There is no way that the US can ever recoup this loss and certainly we …

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$6.6 billion in lost Iraq cash now accounted for, inspector …

“The mystery of $6 billion that seemed to go missing in the early days of the Iraq war has been resolved, according to a new report,” CNN national security producer Charles Keyes reported Wednesday. … Taliban Afghan parliament attack Yahoo News;

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Billions of Afghanistan War Dollars Missing « DarkGovernment

Billions of Afghanistan WarDollarsAfghans earning about a dollar a day had only dug holes for the foundation of the building complex, which was … memorandum that the contracting process in Afghanistan has been deeply flawed for years and needed to be changed if the Afghanwar is to …

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Rumsfeld, 9/11 and $2.3 trillion

OilEmpire headlines with a four trilliondollar figure, … The Defense Department’s inspector general recently identified $6.9 trillion in accounting entries, … FY 2001 due to the loss of financial management personnel sustained during the September 11 terrorist attack.

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U.S. Foreign Aid to Israel Is Money That Is Well Spent for …

… Israel receives about one dollarfrom each of us in foreign aid. … The U.S. has spent $1 trillion in Afghanistan and almost $2 trillion in Iraq, and for what? The total cost of the war in Iraq is estimated at $6trillion over the next 40 years.

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The “War On Terror” Is A $6 Trillion Racket, Exceeding The …

The “War On Terror” Is A $6Trillion Racket … the total direct and indirect costs of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan may exceed $6trillion … profit off of the war, while the American public bares the severe financial costs. In this regard, not to mention the loss of life …

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Cost to US of Iraq and Afghan wars could hit $6 trillion

The cost of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan could reach as high as $6trilliondollars – … which includes the cost of spiralling veterans’ care bills and the future interest on war … “The legacy of decisions taken during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars will dominate future …

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Can the U.S. afford another $3 trillion war? – CNN.com

The country is still digging itself out from the financial hole created by the extraordinarily expensive Iraq and Afghan … a major contributor to the growth in the national debt from $6.4 trillion in … In 2003, the U.S. ignored the question of how it would pay for the Iraq war.

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The cost of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan will reach …

The cost of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan will reach between $4 trillion and $6 … Stiglitz and Harvard budget guru Linda J. Bilmes are revising their original $3 trillionwar cost … Stiglitz of the New York Times bestseller The Three TrillionDollarWar: …

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The true cost of the Iraq war: $3 trillion and beyond

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The Great Recession—which officially lasted from December 2007 to June 2009—began with the bursting of an 8 trilliondollar housing bubble. … In the post-World War II recessions before the early 1990s, … The job loss during the Great Recession has meant that family incomes have dropped, …

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Estimated cost of post-9/11 wars: 225,000 lives, up to $4 …

Pentagon bills account for half of the budgetary costs incurred and are a fraction of the full economic cost of the wars. Because the war has been financed almost entirely by borrowing, $185 billion in interest has already been paid on war spending, and another $1 trillion could … Afghan

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The Costs of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars – Harvard University

The final figure, Bilmes calculates, will be $4 trillion. In The Three TrillionDollarWar: The True Cost of the Iraq Conflict, … About 2.5 million men and women have served in Iraq and Afghanistan, … would easily bring the total to $6trillion.

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Drilling down from the national U.S. Taxpayers pool: the smaller entities, that were attacked, suffered some of the greatest damages. Many of these were people, and companies, that were invited by the government to help America with job, technology, energy solution and innovation challenges, for the betterment of the country.

Because they said: “Yes”: for their trouble they got character assassinations, contract blockades, application manipulations, laws made against them, revenue sabotage, and worse!

Why were all of these people subjected to such hell?

Because they built better mouse-traps and the federal scammers realized that they were going to show up the Ener1’s, Solyndra’s, Abound’s, Tesla’s, Fiskers and other “Cleantech” projects for the stock fraud operations that they really were.

So the “crooks” chose the “crook way” of dealing with the problem: “Let’s wipe them all out, they said!”  

The following are case examples of these attacks, from various sources:

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Federal officials discovered to have worked with campaign backers to steal applicant technologies and exploit them for profit without paying a dime to the creators

You have a federal grant proposal due for Steven Chu’s automotive funding program. It is a big tough project. Suddenly. At exactly the right moment, you get a call from one of the top automotive engineer, who says she has just left her giant big car company, just in time to help you finish up the last details of your proposal. For some strange reason, though, Steven Chu rejects your proposal and hands her “former” car company billions of dollars instead of you. You later find that employee records show that not only did she never leave her big company but she got a promotion, right after that and then you see documents that show that her big car company helped draft the structure of Steven Chu’s automotive funding program. What a funny coincidence.

Here is another one:

You have a new project, a company that you only heard of once before, called In-Q-Tel, wants to take a look at your new project. You recall that you only ever heard about them once before when they emailed you during Steven Chu’s automotive funding program to take a look at your project for that program. They look at your new technology in confidence, reject it out-right, in writing, and then, a number of month’s later, the New York Times announces that those people have copied it and have been getting hundreds of millions of dollars for selling it. You later find out that In-Q-Tel, not only, is staffed by Steven Chu’s friends and nomination backers but that the only companies that Steven Chu gave the cash to, were almost all staffed by In-Q-Tel executives. Another funny coincidence.

Here are some more funny coincidence and trends, take a look:

Why any company dealing with hydrogen energy or fuel cells got black-listed:

Why Elon Musk, Steven Chu and John Doerr hate hydrogen more than anything on Earth!

There are an extraordinary number of media references about how much these two hate clean, sustainable, non-toxic, hydrogen energy, fuel cells and water-based energy: Because it obsoletes their lithium mining scam.

Let’s examine the facts-

At the venture capital insider meeting sponsored by Montgomery Securities in San Francisco, just before the whole

“CleanTech” situation appeared, John Doerr described his plan to get rid of hydrogen, and fuel cells, and make his lithium ion holdings the dominant market driver. This fact has now been documented. Like the now famous “AngelGate” scandal, Doerr thought there were only VC’s in the room. He was wrong, there were reporters and investigators in the room, too. Doerr showed his little powerpoint in which he described his fear that “China was going to build a nuclear reactor every week” and how “he had to stop that” with his battery scheme.

Doerr developed a Cartel of technology VC’s and entrepreneurs who would execute on this plan. Elon Musk was their key deployment tool.

By working with mining companies who had resources in the Middle East, while funding the campaigns of Reid, Obama and Feinstein and sponsoring the nominations of Steven Chu and Eric Holder, John Doerr’s company: the notorious Kleiner Perkins, had it all in the bag.

BUT.. they ignored one key factor: Science!

They let their greed and hubris overcome common-sense, mathematical facts and known dangers that real scientists already knew were barreling towards them.

Doerr’s buddy, Steven Chu, famously gutted the entire United States hydrogen and fuel cell program, in order to protect his, and his crony’s lithium and indium stock market holdings.

All of the lithium was supposed to come from a monopoly of the Afghanistan lithium fields, that Doerr had acquired through his federal buddies.

Afghanistan is noted to be one of the most corrupt nations in the world. Made obvious by the loss/theft of 800 billion U.S. tax dollars that went there and then disappeared. Treasury, GAO, OMB and other officials are in shock over the lack of paperwork which should have been in place to track these taxpayer dollars. While Afghanistan is an awful place to invest U.S. tax money in, it is the perfect place to run an organized crime scam.

OMB, GAO, Treasury and many to news outlets now calculate the U.S. losses, to-date, in Afghanistan, at well over six trillion dollars, with little, or nothing, to show in the assets column.

A famous shaving supply company famously said: “We don’t sell shaving razors, we sell razor blades”. A famous game company said: “We don’t sell game boxes, we sell game cartridges”.

Elon Musk doesn’t sell cars, he sells lithium for John Doerr and The Silicon Valley Cartel.

Tesla, the Gigafactory, even Solar City and his wall mounted home batteries, it is all about running the lithium battery scam for campaign financiers.

To buy his silence and reward him, Musk has now been exposed in national media as America’s “biggest living federal mooch”, having been paid billions and billions of taxpayer dollars in hand-outs and giveaways, at the expense of the U.S. taxpayer.

The Cartel has spent more than a billion dollars on “doubt” and disinformation campaigns like those shown in the feature film: “Merchants of Doubt”. Whenever the word “hydrogen” or “Fuel Cell” shows up on any blog comment in the world, Companies like Palantir, Axciom, and other web scanning services, relay those mentions to the Cartel bloggers, who immediately descend on that blog to flood it with “hydrogen Sucks” and “Elon Musk is the greatest thing since sliced bread” comments.

Back in the day, John Doerr and his cohorts at Goldman Sachs and McKinsey Consulting flooded Washington, finance newspapers and tip-sheets with whitepapers, articles and buzz-sheets saying: “Afghanistan is the Saudi Arabia of Lithium”, “Over a trillion dollars of lithium found in Afghanistan” ad other related hype. This was based on documents acquired from the Russians who had previously tried, and failed, to take over Afghanistan. That was during the Afghan period in which the U.S. was paying Bin Laden to help screw up the Russians, before Bin Laden turned bad. Little did they suspect that the names: Frank Guistra, Ener1, Severstal and Solyndra would be their downfall.

So Doerr, Musk, Kleiner Perkins and their little Cartel were just beginners at organized crime. They had the concept but they were khaki pants, frat house Stanford mobsters so they only had greed going for them, instead of the generations-old traditions and Omerta’s of the classic Sicilian mobs. 

The rushed in. They didn’t do their homework. It was a grab and go scam. What the SEC calls a “pump and dump”. But it was big. It was epic, and it roped in some of the top officials in Washington, DC.

They did not pay attention to some key facts:

          The Russian lithium “Treasure Map” may have been a fake.

          Lithium and Solyndra’s indium just kind if blows up when it wants to, or when it gets wet, or when it gets bumped. People are now dead, planes are crashed, and homes are burned up because of this fact.

          Lithium in electronics goes off in airplane and subway cabins, on it’s own, exposing passengers to cancer causing, brain damaging, liver destroying chemical fumes

          You have to get all of the lithium from countries that hate the U.S… See the national security issues there? Did Elon Musk and John Doerr cause ISIS by doing such audacious things to the poor Afghan sheep herders? Maybe!

          Panasonic, one of their key allies, has been indicted for price fixing, dumping, killing factory workers and racketeering and corruption. They sound like a lovely company.

          When you make lithium ion batteries, the chemicals and powders are so dangerous that even China!, CHINA, who is known for going for almost anything, is shutting down battery factories; won’t support them. So Musk and his buddies bribed Harry Reid, again, to put his battery factory in Nevada and “just ignore all of those silly rules and regulations vast numbers of past factory worker deaths…”

          Li Ion and Li Poly cells have Lithium in them and that is why they have five times the energy density of other chemistries. Powdered Lithium, if heated sufficiently, struck, exposed to air or GOTTEN WET, can ignite and burn. Understand: we can test, report, educate, add in any kind of safety device but, as long as Li is present there may be some way that it might be ignited.

          Fireman can’t extinguish a lithium fire. Lithium combined with the aluminium in a Tesla creates a technical firebomb.

          Tesla had to bribe the NHTSA to curtail a safety investigation because a “complete” public safety investigation of Tesla would have put them out of business over-night. The NHTSA lead executive resigned 48 hours after being confronted with this fact.

So why do Elon Musk and John Doerr hate Hydrogen and fuel cells?

Because they show the Musk/Doerr Cartel up for exactly what it is: A Scam.

Let’s contrast lithium with hydrogen via published report:

Hydrogen Vs. Lithium Batteries

A “fuel cell car” and an “electric car” ARE THE SAME THING. The shills want you to think otherwise. The only difference is where the electricity is stored. You can pull the batteries out of every Zenn, Tesla, Zap, EV1, Venture Vehicle, etc. and pop a fuel cell/hydrogen pack in the same hole and go further, more efficiently in EVERY SINGLE CASE.

A modern fuel cell and hydrogen system beats batteries on every front including:

FIRE- Batteries catch on fire constantly and have been the result of massively more fires and explosions than hydrogen. AT&T ‘s U-verse TV service now has an exploding battery problem, making it necessary for the firm to replace 17,000 backup batteries in its nationwide network. The Federal Government has OUTLAWED Lithium Batteries on airplanes because they explode unexpectedly so often. Batteries blow up when-ever they want to.

Life Span- Hydrogen power systems run massively longer and provide massively greater range per charge than batteries.

Run Time – The run time of batteries constantly shortens while hydrogen does not.

Memory Effect- This effect is not present in hydrogen systems

Recharge Time- modern hydrogen systems are instant recharge.

Charge life- Modern hydrogen systems can recharge massively longer than batteries before end of life.

Nano powder batteries have cancer causing powder that falls into the pores of the Chinese factory workers skin and gives them potentially fatal diseases

Cost- The cost per 300 mile range for a hydrogen car system is massively lower than a battery system. A hydrogen powered car TODAY that will drive 300 miles without a refill is 50% of the price of a battery car that will drive 300 miles without a refill.

Energy from “sour-grid”- A modern hydrogen system can be charged from a completely clean home energy system.

Can’t make energy at home- Hydrogen can be made at home. Batteries cannot.

Storage Density – Modern hydrogen technology has a massively higher storage density than batteries.

Bulky Size- Hydrogen systems are dramatically less bulky than batteries.

High Weight- The weight of batteries is so great ir reduces the reange of travel of a vehicle which causes the use of wasteful energy just to haul the batteries along with the car.  Hydrogen energy systems weigh far less.

 

Environmental soundness- The disposal of batteries after use presents a deadly environmental issue.

Self  Discharge issues- Hydrogen does not self discharge like batteries.

Batteries cause a greater carbon footprint than hydrogen

Battery shills are mostly paid for by military contractors.

The charge-keeping capability of a typical lithium-ion battery degrades steadily over time and with use. After only one or two years of use, the runtime of a laptop or cell phone battery is reduced to the point where the user experience is significantly impacted. For example, the runtime of a typical 4-hour laptop battery drops to only about 2.5 hours after 3,000 hours of use. By contrast, the latest fuel cells continue to deliver nearly their original levels of runtime well past the 2,000 and 3,000 hour marks and are still going strong at 5,000+ hours

The electrical capacity of batteries has not kept up with the increasing power consumption of electronic devices. Features such as W-LAN, higher CPU speed, “always-on”, large and bright displays and many others are important for the user but severely limited by today`s battery life. Lithium ion batteries, and lithium-polymer batteries have almost reached fundamental limits. A laptop playing a DVD today has a runtime of just above one hour on one battery pack, which is clearly not acceptable.

Batteries require coal be burned to charge them. One pound of coal has roughly 14,000 Btu of chemical energy in it. Any reference textbook says that. When that pound is burned in an electric powerplant, steam is made, which drives turbines at high speed, alternators are turned, and electricity is made. When everything operates well, all that turns out to be generally around 30% efficient, meaning that 30% of the chemical energy that started out in the coal has become actual electricity.

 

·         Attack Tactics- (Overview):

·         Bribery of contracting officers and agents to damage competitors and only award the bad guys

·         Internet server manipulation and website spoofing. Manipulation of online payment transaction systems to cut off competitors revenue.

·         Job database manipulation and slander to cut off employment options for competitors or witnesses

·         Hacking of competitors/witnesses devices

·         Theft of patent materials

·         Threats and possible murders of whistle-blowers

·         Ordering crony’s and allies to black-list competitors/witnesses

·         Bribery of public officials to direct funds and contracts to them and away from competitors/witnesses competing products

·         Production of media character assassination campaigns

·         Embezzlement

·         Placement of sabotage moles, working for them, in competitors/witnesses companies to sabotage their plans and report internal data to competitors

·         Honey traps

·         DNS re-routing of all internet connections of competitors/witnesses

·         And more…

 

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Whereas Defendants John Doerr, Elon Reeve Musk and their respective business ownerships operate a Cartel known to law enforcement, and the media, as “the Silicon Valley Cartel”, and they have been documented, by evidence from: journalists, task force investigators, Freedom Of Information Act responses, members of the U.S. Congress, eye-witness reports, Plaintiffs own eye-witness experiences, New York stock exchange data sets, emails, leaks, and a variety of other sources engaging in the following activities against Plaintiffs:

The media, investigators and law enforcement have documented collusion and conspiracy efforts by the Silicon Valley Cartel. One such case is known by, and web searchable under, the keyword search: “AngelGate:. Another such case is known by, and web searchable under, the keyword search: “Silicon Valley Cartel No Poaching Conspiracy”. Another such case is known by, and web searchable under, the keyword search: “Micheal Arrington Honey Trap”. Another such case is known by, and web searchable under, the keyword search: “Elon Musk Taxpayer Money”.  Another such case is known by, and web searchable under, the keyword search: “Solyndra Corruption”. Another such case is known by, and web searchable under, the keyword search: “Ray Lane Tax Evasion”. Many other news stories and cases exist relative to this Cartel. Over 40 law enforcement agencies have over 60 case numbers involving this Cartel. Additional search terms include: “60 Minutes The CleanTech Crash”, “60 Minutes The Lobbyists Playbook”, “60 Minutes Congress Trading on Insider Information”, “NVCA Corruption”, “Kleiner Perkins Founder Nazi Comment”, “Kleiner Perkins Khosla closes california beach”, “John Doerr corruption”,  “Kliener Perkins Sex Abuse”, many other third-party case and Cartel corruption investigation confirmation references are available.

At the U.S. Patent Office database search engine located at:   http://patft.uspto.gov/netahtml/PTO/search-bool.html   , when you search the Defendants names, you see that they do not have a single patent, or invention, listed where they are the sole inventor. In some cases their names appear among an inventors list of multiple engineers but in each case the other engineers claim to be the actual inventors and that Defendants were simply the investors for those engineers who insisted on putting their names on the filing. Plaintiffs, on the other hand, have been awarded dozens of patents as sole inventors and documented by the media, The U.S. Government, and law enforcement as the first to design, engineer, demonstrate and seek to market those products. In almost each, and every case, Plaintiffs exploited Defendants patents, ideas and products and made many billions of dollars in profit from those exploitations without ever compensating Plaintiffs. In the vast number of such cases, Defendants, or their agents, asked to look at the business plans, and confidential information from Plaintiffs, under the pretext of “possibly being investors” and then directly copied those products or passed them over to their Cartel associates to copy and exploit them without compensation.

Defendants sent individuals to Plaintiffs who were their “Moles”. Moles are individuals who secretly work for the Defendants and pretend to be seeking to help the Plaintiffs while spying on, sabotaging and misdirecting the Plaintiffs to the advantage of the Defendants.

Hackers and federal investigators have acquired substantial internal documents, recordings, emails and other data from Defendants files, which indicates crimes.

Defendants hired contractors, and used investigative services, with which they have a financial and management relationship, to hack, spoof, redirect, and otherwise manipulate the electronic communications and connections of Plaintiffs in order to harass, damage, and spy on, Plaintiffs. Electronic testing arrays were assembled by Plaintiffs IT security and private investigation experts to trap and document these electronic harassment attacks by Defendants. In one such investigation, Plaintiff’s team created over 100 Weebly and WordPress websites for various topics, that other web sites had gotten high traffic on, and posted ads on each one, hosted with many different hosting companies. In each and every case, not a single PayPal payment was received, even though millions of users, in traffic, were reading the sites. No ad link referrals were passed to the ad affiliate provider service bureaus, proving that the Cartel was relinking, and spoofing, the spine connections and DNS routing of the sites on a very vast scale.

In one instance , when Plaintiffs acquired the first patents for, demonstrated, received funding for, began marketing and received favorable feature broadcast news and major print media acclaim for one technology, Defendants, and their agents solicited Plaintiffs to show them the business plan, copied the technology, sabotaged Plaintiffs efforts, and made tens of billions of dollars off of the duplicate technology. Records show that Defendants had no project in development, related to Plaintiffs technology, until after they had acquired the Plaintiffs business plans.

In another case, Plaintiffs received world acclaim for a developing a technology that Defendants asked to look at and did examine under the guise of “maybe we might invest in you”. Defendants have now invested many billions in launching that technology for themselves, after waiting for the expiration date on Plaintiff’s first patents to expire.

In another case, according to investigators and law enforcement, Defendants bribed, conspired with, and exchanged beneficial mutual assets with, multiple U.S. Senators, and their staff, to have those Senators take blocking and sabotage actions against Plaintiffs and on behalf of Defendants.

In one case, at the request of State and Federal officials, Plaintiffs produced a technology which had the goals of creating American jobs, providing a safer solution for an industrial need, using domestic resources, being long-term upgradeable, addressing the domestic security danger of seeking to not acquire resources from foreign nations in conflict, and solving a number of other domestic needs. Plaintiffs produced the technology and won extensive media and industry acclaim, federal patent awards, a Congressional commendation, a federal grant and other acknowledgements. Unbeknownst to Plaintiffs, Defendants had arranged a kick-back scheme with government officials and contractors over foreign mining rights to be exploited in their competing technology. The afore mentioned Senators, and federal agency heads, were benefitting via campaign funding and insider trading in exchange for carving out exclusive rights, contracts and monopolistic market paths for the Defendants technology, while sabotaging Plaintiffs technology in self-interest. History has shown that Defendants technology has been proven to be inferior, toxic, self-explosive, subject to short life spans, a national security risk and incapable of providing a single one of the domestic advantages listed above. Defendants went to “war” against Plaintiffs, in order to seek to denigrate Plaintiffs technology for their own profits.

Defendants Cartel hired media tabloid services, bloggers and mass blogging “troll farms” to produce a character assassination, brand defamation and HR database sabotage program in order to engage in retribution and economic destruction activities against Plaintiff, when Plaintiff began reporting the crimes and abuses. This resulted in extensive economic and personal loss to Plaintiffs. Because Defendants owned and controlled the majority of the technology which operated the global internet, they were able to inflict malicious, substantial, permanent and devastating damage on Plaintiffs. The Cartel then took the character assassination hatchet jobs and had their associates, at Google, lock the links to them on the top lines of the front page of Google so that the damage would be maximized. They had Google refuse to comply with legal removal notices. They FAXed and emailed the attack articles to Plaintiff’s clients and employers in order to get them fired, or to terminate any job interviews or proposal submissions. The Cartel used their resource ownership at Axciom, Palantir, Recorded Future, LucidWorks, Oracle & SAP database services, to embed “red flag notices” and defamation slander on all background checks and HR hiring inquiries relative to Plaintiff’s in order to make certain Plaintiff’s could not acquire jobs or income.

Defendants have demonstrated an ongoing, strategic and increasingly vindictive program of intellectual and economic property theft, misappropriation and sabotage in order to avoid paying for products that they have now made nearly $100 Billion dollars off of. Defendants have now lobbied Congress to over-throw U.S. Patent laws in order to make it impossible for Plaintiffs, and other’s in Plaintiff’s position to use U.S. Patent rights to recover their damages from the theft and sabotage of things that Plaintiffs personally invented. Defendants have spent nearly a billion dollars seeking to bribe and influence elected officials to remove domestic inventor patent rights, entirely out of sheer greed.

Defendants have manipulated California state officials in the tax, economic development, and contracting groups in order to get exclusive incentives, cash and government perks for their projects, while having those officials terminate, or block those same resources for Plaintiffs.

Defendants have manipulated Federal officials in the tax, economic development, and contracting groups in order to get exclusive incentives, cash and government perks for their projects, while having those officials terminate, or block those same resources for Plaintiffs.

In all cases, history has shown Plaintiffs technology to have been superior to Defendants copy-cat or competing versions.

In a portion of the sabotage attempts against, Plaintiffs, Defendants had news articles published which said that Plaintiffs technology would never work, yet Plaintiffs copied the technology and it was found to work exactly as Plaintiffs had stated it would. In no case has any technology, invented by Plaintiff failed to operate. In every case, every technology first created, designed, engineered and demonstrated by Plaintiffs is now operational, globally, and generated billions of dollars for other entities, a large number of which are owned or controlled by Defendants.

Defendants used, what the SEC refers to as “Flash Boy Technology” as well as “skimming”, “stock pumps”, “DOE valuation hype pumps” and other stock market manipulation schemes in order to acquire unjust gains from the stock market as well as what U.S. Treasury investigators called “unjust gains at the expense of taxpayers” by not only taking profits off-the-top, from federal loans and awards, but then using the losses from those same companies, that suddenly, and mysteriously, went bankrupt, to gain profits on their tax forms. Defendants stated, to Cartel members, at the Montgomery Securities Conference in San Francisco, on camera and microphone, that they had targeted Plaintiffs technology for termination and that their competing effort would be focused on.

Defendants have a record of engaging in threats and intimidation against competitors and those who report their crimes. This case will present evidence by the families, friends and witnesses of those who also suffered such attacks, and worse. Whistle-blowers who had discussed the Cartel activates are now dead, under suspicious circumstances. At least one Plaintiff has been infected with some sort of heavy metal toxicity poisoning. The number of dead bodies associated with The Cartel seems to exceed the limits of “simple coincidence”.

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