Paul Pantone describes his wrongful treatment at Utah State Hospital
On Nov. 2, Paul was a guest on K-Talk radio in Salt Lake
City. In addition to describing his version of the wrongful treatment he
received at the mental hospital, and how he ended up there despite being of
sound mind; he also received numerous calls from supporters in the state.
Paul Pantone demonstrates
his GEET-adapted engine in July for Fox 2 in Albuquerque.
Paul Pantone, inventor of the GEET system that can greatly improve the mileage
of a vehicle, in addition to allowing a multiplicity of fuels to be burned in a
modified engine, is not very happy about how he was treated in the Utah penal
system for three and a half years. He was released in May 12 this last
Summer, when a Utah lawmaker intervened after hearing about the situation.
At first, Paul, now in Oklahoma, was quiet about publicly lambasting the system
that treated him so cruelly for so long. But now it appears the gloves are
coming off and he's ready to start exposing what he describes as a deeply
Last Tuesday he came on one of the biggest Radio talk shows in Utah (K-talk) for two
hours and described his wrongful treatment. I phoned in and mentioned that
over the years I've encountered a lot of people who claim to have replicated the
GEET technology and vouch that it works very well. The plasma science
involved, in my best estimation, is sound and very fascinating.
I asked Paul where people might go to get documentation about the serious
allegations he is making about his treatment at the hands of the Utah penal
system. He said that some of it can be found at https://GeetFriends.net
I also asked him about the claims some have made that Paul lost his rights to
his patent and that others such as Dennis Lee now have the rights to the
technology. He said that he knew of no signing over of the rights to his
In the radio show and in conversations with me, he talks about crooked judges
and defenders with conflicts of interest; as well as a penal system that treats
the inmates inhumanely, feeding them food not fit for animals. His own
treatment in the system violates numerous laws, and he describes fellow inmates
who also were mistreated.
He alleges that they considered him a "mental patient" because he
believed that a car could run on water, hence his incarceration in the state
He said the legal system in Utah gave him an ultimatum to "disavow"
his GEET technology and sign his patent over, and he could go free. Of
course he refused. He alleges that they withheld pain medication and
antibiotics unless he would take their psychotropic drugs, which he
refused. He acquired Hepatitis, lost all his teeth, and suffered from a
painful foot injury that went largely untreated while he was in the mental
Now that he's out, in addition to teaching week-long classes on how to build a
GEET system for any engine, and expanding those classes internationally, he's been pulling
together documentation and evidence to begin setting things straight and bring
some of the corrupt players in Utah's legal system to justice.
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- https://GEET.nl - Website run by Paul's son,
David, in France, includes free download of the plans to build a GEET system
for up to 20 HP engines. (A license is required for engines larger
than that or for multiple installs.)
- https://GeetFriends.net - Contains
some of the documentation of corruption mentioned. Is slated to contain more
in coming days.
- https://GeetInternational.com (pending,
under construction) - About the technology and discoveries.
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