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  1. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 24 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

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  2. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 21 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

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  3. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

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  4. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

    Comment?

  5. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Monday Dec 8 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

    Comment?

  6. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 6 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

    Comment?

  7. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 29 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

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  8. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Nov 27, 2014 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

    Comment?

  9. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Nov 16, 2014 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

    Comment?

  10. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Nov 16, 2014 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

    Comment?

  11. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Nov 12, 2014 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

    Comment?

  12. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Nov 9, 2014 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

    Comment?

  13. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Nov 5, 2014 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

    Comment?

  14. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Nov 5, 2014 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

    Comment?

  15. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Oct 24, 2014 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

    Comment?

  16. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Oct 22, 2014 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

    Comment?

  17. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Oct 17, 2014 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

    Comment?

  18. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Oct 16, 2014 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

    Comment?

  19. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Oct 12, 2014 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

    Comment?

  20. On Native GroundFINDING a Way Out of Iraq, and not a Moment Too SoonRead the original story

    Oct 6, 2014 | American Reporter

    A New Jersey man whose company guarantees that its hydrogen-injection kits for cars and trucks will produce mileage gains of 50% or more has won a key stage of his battle with the Federal Trade Commission after a Federal Judge ruled the agency had not been able to disprove his claims. Federal judge and magistrate Michael Shipp ruled last month that Federal prosecutors and their expert witness failed to prove that inventor Dennis Lee's extraordinary claims for his Hydrogen-Assist Fuel Cell were untrue or that the public would be harmed by them.

    Comment?

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