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  • matt.berry01 matt.berry01 Jan 10, 2014 12:55 PM Flag

    Key inventor on CLIR patents involved in tech scam

    Dr. Hartwick is a key inventor for CLIR's tech. He was also involved with SSTP -- whose CEO (John Rivera) ran a pump and dump scheme and was recently convicted of fraud in federal court. In the trial tech claims were debunked. Now Hartwick is on the CLIR team and is listed as an inventor on CLIR patents. Look him up, look up SSTP and John Rivera.

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    • Dr. Hartwick has no involvement in Clearsign. Get a clue.
      The technology is working. It's being used today as we speak.
      You should have covered.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Hartwick in SSTP Press Release
      "'When I was approached to review the SSTP process and the utilization of the proprietary catalyst, I spent nearly five weeks reviewing the technical data before I agreed to accept the position as scientific and technical advisor. Only after I became convinced that the technology was based on sound scientific principles would I accept this position,' stated Dr. Thomas Hartwick." ~ Sustainable Power Corp. Appoints Dr. Thomas S. Hartwick as Scientific and Technical Advisor to the Company Dec 14, 2009

      SSTP's John Rivera, in Federal Court
      "The central fraud alleged involves claims by Rivera that USSE could produce viable commercial biofuel and fertilizer products." (Page 2.) (USSE = US Sustainable Energy Corp.)

      "Rivera was also the principal shareholder of SSTP. According to the Commission, Rivera used SSTP for misconduct similar to that alleged in this case." (Page 3, Note 2)(SSTP = Sustainable Power Corp)

      "The defendants also argue that two purported contracts filed with their response demonstrate that USSE (or, later, SSTP) was commercially viable." (Page 20)

      ~ Summary Judgment against John Rivera in July 2011, (Case 5:08-cv-00245-DCB-JMR) An exhibit in the case included the same Texas A&M study that Dr. Hartwick was tasked with. That report was submitted as an exhibit

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