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A group for public archives and updates

on the case of Ira Einhorn and related

issues regarding his legal case and his

activism that apparently got him framed

for the murder of his former girlfriend

to discredit him, evidence posted here.

Photo is Ira and his wife Annika Einhorn

taken in the month or so before his final

extradition from their home in France to

the US, and unconstitutional "retrial" per

special "Einhorn law" passed by the PA

legislature to circumvent constitutional

double jeapordy protections after his

conviction in absentia decades earlier,

with extensive inflammatory yellow

journalism warping the objectivity of the

second trial jury pool and judge,

resulted in his "re-conviction" for murder

and incarceration in Pennsylvania prison.

The judge at this second trial went out of his way to

slander Ira by holding unusually a press conference

with the jury after the verdict was announced, decrying

Ira as someone not intellectually capable of being the

deep thinking networker whose success in areas of

controversy could have led to his opposition framing

him for this murder as evidence in posts on this site

supports. The judge said Ira was the kind of guy who

read the fly leaf review of a coffee table book and

thereafter represented himself as an expert in whatever

the book was about. This is consistent with the depth

of public awareness and prejudice involved in this

case and related issues such as the advanced energy

technologies to replace nuclear power and fossil fuel

power that Ira was championing such as the work of

Thomas Bearden (www.cheniere.org) co-opted for advanced

weapons by US, USSR et al, and Ira's successful visit

to Yugoslavia getting permission and access to Nikola

Tesla's papers for US industry to exploit his advanced energy inventions.

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  • Dec 14, 1999
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