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Murder of Dr. Eugene Mallove

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  • Jim Farrer
    [[[NOTE: I ve taken the liberrty of copyhing this one paragraph from the email receoved yesterday from Tom Valone, with the subject: Electricity from Heat;
    Message 1 of 41 , Jun 6, 2004
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      [[[NOTE: I've taken the liberrty of copyhing this one paragraph from the email
      receoved yesterday from Tom Valone, with the subject:

      Electricity from Heat; Superconductivity; Distributed Energy; US Science

      From:
      "Integrity Research Institute, Thomas Valone" <iri@...>


      8) NFA grad killed
      Science writer Mallove slain at family home in Norwich=20
      By GREG SMITH, Norwich Bulletin, May 16, 2004 =
      http://www.norwichbulletin.com/news/stories/20040516/localnews/430783.htm=%5d]]


      Jim's comment: There will no doubt, be the normal, comes to nothing, police
      investigation. I HIGHLY doubt that the FBI, CIA, and NSA will *ever* be
      questioned about this murder.

      That's, of course, as it *should be*. EVERYbody knows that there is
      absolutely *NAWTHINE* to this cold fusion crap! :)_ ("Duh")




      He [Dr. Mallove] is the author of numerous technical articles and of
      several books, including the Pulitzer-nominated book on cold fusion titled,
      Fire and Ice: Searching for the Truth Behind the Cold Fusion Furor.





      NORWICH -- A 56-year-old former Norwich man was killed during a =
      suspected robbery and brutal assault at his family home on Salem =
      Turnpike Friday.=20

      Dr. Eugene F. Mallove, a Norwich Free Academy graduate, published =
      author and father of two, died of multiple injuries to his head and =
      neck, according to an autopsy performed Saturday at the Office of the =
      Chief State Medical Examiner in Farmington. The death was ruled a =
      homicide.=20

      Police would not confirm Mallove's identity Saturday pending =
      positive identification by family members.=20

      Mallove was discovered at the small 119 Salem Turnpike house at =
      10:55 p.m. Friday after police received a report of an injured person.=20

      At the house, situated at the entrance to Interstate 395 in a =
      primarily commercial area, police found Mallove unresponsive, the victim =
      of an assault. He was later pronounced dead by medical personnel called =
      to the scene.=20

      Police said initial investigation indicated a robbery, during =
      which a physical confrontation took place. Several unidentified items =
      were taken from the scene and Mallove's vehicle was missing, according =
      to a written statement released by Norwich police.=20

      Several hours later, Mallove's 1993 green Dodge Caravan was found =
      in the Foxwoods employee parking lot on Route 2 in Preston. The vehicle =
      is easily identifiable by several large bumper stickers, including an =
      American flag and his company Web site, www.infinite-energy.com, in the =
      rear window. The New Hampshire license plate bears the registration =
      INFNRG.=20

      Police are now seeking information from anyone who saw the vehicle =
      between 7 p.m. Friday and 2 a.m. Saturday.=20

      Police declined to provide further details of the killing =
      Saturday.=20

      Cars sped past the quiet Salem Turnpike home Saturday, where a =
      large Dumpster was situated alongside the home in the driveway. Several =
      cars, which looked as though they hadn't been moved in some time, are =
      near the two-bay detached garage.=20

      The home, owned by Mallove's parents since 1958, is now under =
      Eugene Mallove's care, according to city records.=20

      Mallove, with his wife, Joanne, had moved to Pembroke, N.H., from =
      Norwich in 1987.=20

      In New Hampshire, Mallove was the president of the nonprofit New =
      Energy Foundation and since 1995 the editor-in-chief of the =
      organization's magazine Infinite Energy.=20

      The bimonthly magazine covers topics of new technological =
      innovations in energy and science and follows developments in the field, =
      according to its Web site.=20

      Infinite Energy http://www.infinite-energy.com/whoarewe/gene.html =
      managing editor Christy Frazier worked with Mallove for the past six =
      years and had become very close.=20

      She called Mallove the "most caring and giving person I probably =
      have ever known -- a very successful, brilliant man.=20

      "It's been a wonderful, wonderful experience. It's hard not to =
      love the things he loves because he's so passionate," she said. "He =
      touched the lives of everybody he came in contact with."=20

      Mallove's parents, Mitchel and Gladys Mallove, had followed their =
      son's move to New Hampshire in 1988. His father, the son of Russian =
      immigrants, died in March 2003 after a long illness, according to a =
      published obituary. He is buried at the Hebrew Benevolent Cemetery in =
      Norwich.=20

      Eugene Mallove had become a grandfather just this year and was =
      caring for his mother, who has Alzheimer's disease, Frazier said. She =
      said Mallove was a Norwich Free Academy graduate.=20

      He held a master of science degree and bachelor of science degree =
      in aeronautical and astronautical engineering from the Massachusetts =
      Institute of Technology and received a science doctorate in =
      environmental health sciences from Harvard University in 1975.=20

      He also taught science journalism at MIT and Boston University and =
      previously was chief science writer at the MIT news office.=20

      He is the author of numerous technical articles and of several =
      books, including the Pulitzer-nominated book on cold fusion titled, Fire =
      and Ice: Searching for the Truth Behind the Cold Fusion Furor.=20
      =20

      =20
    • NeonRat@aol.com
      In a message dated 6/13/2004 5:52:39 PM Eastern Daylight Time, ... Everyone has a mafia these days, I still prefer the LBJ theory
      Message 41 of 41 , Jun 14, 2004
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        In a message dated 6/13/2004 5:52:39 PM Eastern Daylight Time, lmhooten@... writes:

        Cuban
        Mafia

        Everyone has a mafia these days, I still prefer the LBJ theory
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