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Lightning Guns - Patent Published 2013-01-17

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posted on Aug, 12 2015 @ 04:10 AM
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originally posted by: InTheKnow123
a reply to: MysterX

Now that David J. Schulte holds this exclusive EMP patent, he is squarely on the side of both U.S. patent law and Federal Regulations while the DOD & entire military & its contractors are on now on the wrong side of the law by illegally using what is now Schulte's private property (patents). Schulte was essentially awarded a 20 year license by the Federal Govt to extract monies as well as criminally prosecute anyone utilizing or profiting in any way from his EMP patented claims. There are a lot of people that could go to jail now if Schulte chooses to push it. Federal Courts uphold Federal Laws. Utilizing any info that is patent pending or subject matter in an unsolicited proposal can land you a free stay in a Federal Penitentiary.


I know what you say above applies to Joe public and so on, but if this or any other invention is deemed 'of defense significance' or could (even remotely) be construed to be 'of national security significance', there's nothing the patent holder / inventor can do, in a legal sense at least, about the military (in house or via their contractors) from legally 'commandeering' and perusing the invention described within the patent and developing it for their 'the good of the national security' and basically ignoring the patent laws and regarding those patent laws as not applicable to themselves.

In a nutshell, the Government, through the military and it's contractor corporations, can basically steal and quash an invention and just claim it's a national security issue, making it unchallengeable by the inventor.




posted on Aug, 13 2015 @ 10:10 AM
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a reply to: MysterX

MysterX you clearly have no idea what you are talking about. For starters lookup "Liberty Ammunition versus U.S. Government"

The U.S. Court of Claims was established over 200 years ago for citizens to sue the U.S. Government for among other things, patent infringement.

I suggest that you read the Liberty Ammunition case in its entirety. Specifically the Federal Judge's statements that the Goverment cannot under any circumstances steal or take private citizens property.



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