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In a major victory for the science of hydrogen-boost related systems, Dennis Lee and Dutchman Enterprises were exonerated after a month of being shut down by an FTC temporary restraining order for their super-mileage claims.
After a month of having their assets and website frozen by a US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) injunction, Dennis Lee and Dutchman Enterprises were exonerated Wednesday by NJ Federal Judge, Michael Shipp who ruled in favor of Lee and Dutchman, who have been selling a "Hydrogen Assist Fuel Cell" (HAFC) that they "guarantee" to improve mileage by at least 50%. Lee is free of all encumbrances.
In a thirteen page statement meticulously explaining his reasons, the judge apparently pointed out that the FTC's charge was inadequate, and that the expert witness opinion by FTC's physicist, Dr. Halperin, was trumped by the internal combustion expert witness who spoke in defense of Dutchman. The physicist who the FTC produced as a key witness, was not an expert in internal combustion engines, and had given his opinion that the claims being made by Lee's group were "impossible" to achieve. The judge pointed out that Halperin never had gotten a HAFC kit, never put it together, never tested it, never ran data. The defense, on the other hand, had produced a great deal of evidence in support of their claim, with an expert witness who specializes in internal combustion engines.
The overwhelming number of positive testimonies, the "Orange Test" before-and-after documentation and the ironclad affidavit swayed the judge to quickly decide that Dutchman Enterprises was indeed being unjustly railroaded. Kurt Anaheim, a dealer of the HAFC kit, says that they have seen "hundreds if not thousands of gasoline powered cars and trucks getting 50% or more mileage gain". (Ref.)