5) Were any of your laboratories raided? When?
YES. In 97 the laboratory that I owned in Forest Grove, Oregon was raided. I was the one that got hurt, I was the one that they gave a problem to, and I was also the one that went to Federal Court and I have the papers to prove it. I even have the pictures of all of my equipment in the Federal warehouse that they destroyed before it was returned to me.
6) Were you personally ever threatened or harmed by suppressive forces?
Yes indirectly through the gov’t , IRS, and investors. There were several times when my family at the time and I got phone calls in the middle of the night threatening that I would not bring anything out regarding this technology.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) _ The heir to the Spam fortune is suing to recover more than $3.6 million he invested to develop technology to predict earthquakes, money he claims the inventor used to buy mobile homes.
Geordie Hormel, son of the founder of Hormel Co., wants to recover his property and investment and to dissolve Off the Wall, the company he formed with David Farnsworth of Portland in 1994.
A judge has ordered U.S. marshals to seize property Hormel said his money paid for, including a $150,000 motor home, a $50,000 self-propelled motor home trailer and a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee. That property, along with other merchandise such as laptop computers and a $26,000 color copier, is being held by the federal court.
That's the government suppression and lab raid??Farnsworth and another researcher claimed to have predicted the March 25, 1993, earthquake that struck the Willamette Valley. Less than three months later, he forecast a moderate quake in western Oregon, prompting an elementary school to evacuate its 150 students. The quake didn’t occur.