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Water Fuel Experimenter and Team Threatened
Ken Rasmussen's research team has been working on a process that turns
out to have similarities to the super-efficient electrolysis process being
developed by Professor Kanarev. Rasmussen's work ceased after a member of the
team was threatened at gunpoint.
Pure Energy Systems News
Copyright © 2006
VENTURA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, USA -- On May 16, a technician who was one of a
team of garage experimenters investigating a hydrogen-on-demand technology was
run off the road near a rural intersection and accosted by four white,
middle-aged males in black suits, carrying Glocks and Mac tens. The
assailants were driving a late model, black Lincoln Town Car.
This comes just one month after Bill Williams was similarly threatened
because of his alleged experimentation with running a vehicle on a Joe cell.
The victim in this latest incident is an associate of New Energy Congress
Rasmussen, who had been working together with him on the project. Rasmussen
also runs an alternative energy news service at http://www.commutefaster.com/Energy.html
A week before the incident, Rasmussen learned of the work being done by Professor
Kanarev in Russia. Both use a pulsed signal, and both were seeing
similar performance rates. Kanarev holds multiple patents, and is widely
published. A day before the incident, a person who was interested in
funding the project of Rasmussen et al., and who had been trying to reach him
since November, had finally made contact.
Rasmussen reported the incident for the first time publicly in his news
today. He said, "As editor of this page, my life has now been
threatened by 2 loaded guns pointed in the face of a good friend."
"Using information which could only have been obtained by monitoring
digital cell phones and e-mail, the assailants portrayed to the victim that they
had total control over his personal life, and was told to remain silent and to
not talk to government authorities." He was told that if he did not
comply, a family member would be killed. The assailants produced extensive
details about this target family member. The threat also included himself,
his family and all associates if he did not stop work on the process
immediately. The threats made actually applied broadly to anyone working
"I'm breaking the story to warn others who might be involved in similar
technologies," said Rasmussen.
Obeying the threats made to him, the person threatened has stopped all work on
the project. "When happy people start acting silent and paranoid,
friends get suspicious," said Rasmussen, who waited to publish this account
until the necessary measures had been taken to protect the lives of those
directly threatened in the incident.
At the time of the assault, Rasmussen had been in discussion with several
pre-screened, suitable investors, who were waiting on Rasmussen's team to fix a
final detail before attending a live demonstration.
Rasmussen addressed them publicly in today's report, saying: "For any of my
previous business contacts reading this, please excuse the delay. Our
lives have been directly threatened if we were to complete the item we were
intending to demonstrate for you. All progress is stopped" . . . for
"Enormous amounts of personal information thrown in our face behind the
guns proved to me NONE of the prospective investors had anything to do with the
violence we experienced. These thugs knew things I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW. Their boss
has digital cell phone tapping technology at the very least. Other details
were probably obtained by wire tapping neighbors and friend's phones too."
In closing, Rasmussen said, "We have this kind warning to fellow
experimenters who try to challenge the conventional physics being taught to
students around the world. Challenge the system, the system that says oil is
god, and there are paid mafia goons all over the world who will stop you for a
few measly dollars. We know, because we met their guns face to face.
Please continue your noble research, but PLEASE PLEASE watch your
Rasmussen's words to the assailants were that if anyone were harmed, the plans
for this technology would be plastered all over the Internet. He believes
that cowering to bullies is not good policy.
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